JACOB LIPPE AGAIN played a huge role in Port Washington’s 35-25 comeback victory over Hartford on Friday night, scoring on a pass and a kickoff return. Photo by Sam Arendt
Port Washington High School’s football team had survived two games with a backup quarterback against less-talented opponents, but on Friday night a different breed entered Al Urness Field. Regular playoff qualifier Hartford came in for a battle of 3...


This week’s quiz: What controversial issue is guaranteed to frustrate the elected representatives of every city and village in Wisconsin at one time or another? That’s easy. The answer is sidewalks. It’s sidewalks because municipalities are saddled with protocols in dealing with these essential features of communities that are...

Good Living

  Gilly Schultz knows a lot about fire trucks. He ought to — he has been a member of the Saukville Fire Department for 43 years and its chief for the past 19 years. But he knows even more about cars, how to maintain them, fix them, tow them, restore...


THE GRAFTON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE has been hosting Young Professionals networking events since April 2016 to promote business interactions and community involvement. Above, the Chamber’s Special Events and Tourism Director Megan Schelwat (front left) stood with a kettlebell during a program in March at Ozaukee CrossFit in Grafton. Press file photo
From cocktails and yoga to pizza and cornhole, the Grafton Area Chamber of Commerce is working to attract a young professionals to the organization and get them involved in the community. The Chamber’s Young Professionals networking program started...

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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