Ozaukee Press staff Port Washington High School would pick up a few new conference opponents in football if a Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association proposal is approved in spring. The WIAA’s Conference Realignment Task Force, using...


Photo by Amy Boehm
On a gray, windy day, with white capped waves rolling offshore, a colony of seagulls gathered on the beach, looking seaward as they were splashed by the incoming surf. They were probably watching for signs of fish—seagulls are among the most clever and tenacious foragers of any species. Amy Boehm photographed the scene on Port...

Good Living

By MITCH MAERSCH Ozaukee Press staff It was in fifth or sixth grade when Lisa Holtebeck started learning about how the brain works, and that’s when something clicked in her own head that inspired her career in helping people in need. Decades later,...


THE FORMER Ernie von Schledorn car dealership on South Spring Street in Port Washington ihas been given a facelift and a new sign declaring the buidling the new home of Hollander Chocolate. The shadow of the former sign could be seen on the building last year when Hollander owner Doug Podzilni (inset photo) showed off his company’s products while announcing the move. Photos by Sam Arendt
Ozaukee Press staff If you travel along South Spring Street in Port Washington, you’ve likely noticed a big change in recent weeks. The former car dealership at 1180 S. Spring St. has gotten a facelift. Gone is the former grey-blue facade and the...

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