JACOB PEIFFER DOMINATED the inside for Cedar Grove-Belgium against Sheboygan Christian last Friday, scoring 18 points on 9-for-10 shooting. The Rockets won, 73-64. Photo by Sam Arendt
Cedar Grove-Belgium High School boys’ basketball coach Josh Ketterhagen warned that the schedule will get more difficult, but the Rockets handled their first two opponents of the season. Last Friday, the Rockets beat Sheboygan Christian, 73-64, to...


Judging from the display of righteous umbrage that lit up in response to a proposal by eight county supervisors at last week’s meeting of the Ozaukee County Board, a late arriving observer might have thought a cabal of dissidents had just proposed a socialist takeover of county government or removal of the gilded eagle from the...

Good Living

With 3,000 cows, 25 employees, an in-house veterinarian and a big investment in science and technology, Mike and Lori Paulus’ farm in rural Fredonia is a thoroughly modern version of the classic family farm. Paulus family members who gathered for the Good Living cover photo before an audience of Holstein cows are Mike and Lori Paulus (back row, left and second from left), their daughter Tiffany Schneider (second from right), and their son Andy (back right). The children are (back row, from left) Harlin and Kalvin Schneider (front row) Sully Paulus, Kendall Schneider and Josie Paulus. Photo by Sam Arendt
Mike Paulus has more plans thrown out the window by 9 a.m. than many people do all day. The lifelong Town of Fredonia farmer wakes up every morning with a schedule of what he’d like to accomplish by the end of the day, but the unpredictable nature...


KAPCO METAL STAMPING President Jim Kacmarcik stood beside a sleigh full of Christmas toys being collected for the Grafton company’s Kids2Kids Christmas Celebration on Saturday, Dec. 14. Photo by Sam Arendt
Kapco Metal Stamping in Grafton is moving employees’ work stations and even entire departments to make room for its annual Christmas toy drive this Saturday. Last year, the event brought in approximately 26,000 donated items, and the goal for this...

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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Port Washington, WI 53074
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