Sports


GRAND VALLEY STATE’S Emma Richards got to hold the Division II third-place trophy at the national track and field meet last spring. Richards took 10th in discus and was named a second-team All-American. Photo courtesy of A. Steible
  She throws the discus and shot and wants to add the hammer, despite the coronavirus throwing in the towel on this season. Emma Richards, a 2018 Ozaukee High School graduate with multiple state titles, came off a Division II second-team All-...

Op-Ed

In late winter, the Ozaukee County Natural resources Committee voted against a proposal to rent 3.9 acres of land in the 63.4-acre Mee-Kwon County Park in the City of Mequon to We Energies for a small solar panel array. The site is an open field. Solar panels would be screened by a fence and plantings. We Energies would pay the...

Good Living


LAWN SIGNS CONGRATULATE (from left) Hannah, Sophia and Logan Wildermuth of Fredonia. Hannah graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in three years, and her twin siblings earned diplomas from Grafton High School. Photo by Sam Arendt
Gretchen and Mark Wildermuth of Fredonia had planned on a large family party with much to celebrate. Their oldest daughter graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in three years and their twin seniors at Grafton High School are earning...

Business


WILO USA IN Cedarburg recently donated nearly $17,000 and more than 1,250 pounds of food to Family Sharing of Ozaukee County. The pump manufacturing company will become the anchor tenant for a new Cedarburg business park and will reside in a 250,000-squar-foot facility. Above, President and CEO Jeff Plaster (center) stood with the donated food items with employees (from left) Stephanie Schaeffer, Nancy Nogalski, Jenny Terril, Director of Sales Michael Moffet, Government Sales and Administrative Assistant Kim Theisen, Director of Operations and Supply Chain Management Don Anderson and Value Stream Manager Will Adams. Photo by Sam Arendt
Cedarburg pump manufacturer Wilo USA recently donated nearly $17,000 and more than 1,250 pounds of food to Family Sharing of Ozaukee County in Grafton to help those affected during the coronavirus pandemic. The global company wants to pay it forward...

Ozaukee Press

Wisconsin’s largest paid circulation community weekly newspaper. Serving Port Washington, Saukville, Grafton, Fredonia, Belgium, as well as Ozaukee County government. Locally owned and printed in Port Washington, Wisconsin.

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