Sports


CEDAR GROVE-BELGIUM’S Sophie Beightol (from left), Billy Navis and Ozaukee’s Becky Hoffmann qualified for a Division 3 track and field sectional after running in the rain in Cedar Grove on Monday. Photos by Mitch Maersch
The weather was more suited for ducks than Rockets or Warriors, but the Cedar Grove-Belgium and Ozaukee high schools’ track and field teams rose to the occasion in Monday’s Division 3 regional at Cedar Grove. Both teams qualified 14 entries for...

Op-Ed

The consequences of the defeat of the Northern Ozaukee School District referendum in April are arriving. First came a budget projection of an $800,000 deficit in the next school year. Then last week, the school board had to resort to using reserve funds to cover a pay raise for district employees. When revenue does not cover...

Good Living


CATHY AND JOHN EMERSON received a Volunteer Award in December for helping water trees, cut wood and other tasks at Harrington Beach State Park in the Town of Belgium. They spend about 10 hours in the park each week. Photos by Sam Arendt.
“Yeah, we’ll water trees,” John Emerson told Harrington Beach State Park staff last summer. He and his wife Cathy didn’t know exactly what they were getting into when the retired Grafton couple volunteered to provide newly planted vegetation with a...

Business


AMONG THE 64 Ozaukee Youth Apprenticeship graduates who were recognized last week at a ceremony at Grafton High School were (front row, from left) Victoria Ehrlich, Nina Mlodzik, Jaden Daniels, Olivia LaFond, Lindy Nelson, (middle row) Owen Wille, Gavin Belzer, Justin Wolfe, Louis Roller, Delton Schuler, Trent Nelson, Christopher Jones, (back row) Logan Krueger, Kaden Kopp, Cole Hart, Jonathan Schwab, Nathan Jeutter, Shawn Steltonpohl, Max Jacoby and Chase Mueller. John Duba, program coordinator, was at the far right. Photo by Sam Arendt
The Ozaukee Youth Apprenticeship program, which provides area high school students with paid, part-time job opportunities at local companies, celebrated the graduation of 64 students at its 27th annual event last week. Growing from nine participants...

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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