Cedar Grove-Belgium senior Casey Katte (27) broke up a pass intended for Camden Dvorachek. Photo by Mitch Maersch
Resiliency resides in the Ozaukee High School football team. After starting the season with four blowouts against tough competition, the Warriors, who barely have any substitutes for most games, won three of their last four games and are on the edge...


Who knew there could be drama in city sidewalk issues?     The unexpected refusal last week of four members of the Port Washington Common Council to go along with a long-standing but unfair, illogical and counterproductive sidewalk funding policy was not only dramatic, it was a loud call for revolutionary change.     So...

Good Living

When Kate Igumenova and her family moved to Grafton from Moscow nearly three years ago, it was the expected culture shock. The language barrier was one enormous challenge. Kate started to learn English in Moscow, but those lessons didn’t compare to...


BOOTS Q ‘N BOOGIE held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Waubeka restaurant with members of the Belgium Chamber of Commerce on Oct 11. Present for the event were (from left) Chamber members Annie Noster, Peggy Wester, Tiffany Marshall and Kelli Grauden, restaurant owners Peter and Kris Raymond, Charlie Warren, Keith Marshall and Chamber Executive Director Tara Williams. Photo by Sam Arendt
With award-winning barbecue recipes and a passion for blues music, it seemed obvious what Peter and Kris Raymond should do after the family auto body shop closed — create a boot-scooting blues hall with classic southern eats. Boots Q ‘n Boogie held...

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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