Sports


GRAFTON’S HAILEY BLOCK has led the Black Hawks to an 8-1-2 record this season. Photo by Sam Arendt
The top of the North Shore Conference girls’ soccer standings has a logjam, with Grafton High School right in the thick of it. But the team’s star power got a little thinner last week in a 3-1 comeback win at Cedarburg. Senior forward Malaya Sperber...

Op-Ed

Joe Hicks was proud to introduce his 14-month-old granddaughter Nora Reistad to Miss Columbia in the Ozaukee County Courthouse. After all, it was Joe, the county’s maintenance supervisor, who 20 years ago uncovered murals hidden behind ceiling tiles in the County Board room, a discovery that led to an extensive restoration of...

Good Living


Franklin Even of Grafton has been playing drums with the Freistadt Alte Kameraden Band for about half a century. He also is charge of ordering steins with the band’s logo. Photo by Sam Arendt
Franklin Even of Grafton doesn’t have trouble filling his weekends each year during Wisconsin’s warmer months. He showed a one-page schedule he keeps on his refrigerator of the Freistadt Alte Kameraden Band. “So you see that pretty much takes care...

Business


STUDENTS IN THE Ozaukee Youth Apprenticeship program celebrated their graduation at the Cedarburg Cultural Center on Wednesday, May 8. They include (top row from left) Mary Sullivan, Sarah Stauske, Matt Heasch, Matt Thompson, Zach Dieringer, Henry Lawhiczak, Dylan Hovey, Desiree Doll, Emma Day, (middle row) Tylor McDowell, Grace Kruger, Justin Wick, Quentin MacDonald, James Cieszynski, James Cullen, Kelly Fahrendorf, Catherine Gwidt, Stacy Ducheny, Kaylee Furness, (front row) Meghan Morris, Cate Heilmann, Sydney Plavtz, Evan Huck, Gwendolyn Moore, Cameron Lewein and Ethan Von Bargen. Photo by Sam Arendt
Twenty-six local students graduated last week from the Ozaukee Youth Apprenticeship program, which places high school students at area companies. The program began in the early 1990s as Workforce 2010 and allows juniors and seniors to become full-...

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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