SENIOR GAVIN DORRLER was a one-man scoring machine for the Ozaukee boys’ track and field team at the Big East Conference meet, winning four individual titles. He placed first in the 200-meter dash, 400 dash, high jump and long jump, providing the bulk of the Warriors’ 46 points. Photo by Sam Arendt
The Ozaukee girls’ track and field team raced and threw its way to a Big East Conference title at Oostburg on Monday. The Warriors scored 145.5 points to easily beat out two-time defending champion Hilbert for the crown in the 13-team meet. “They...


Arrested development. Those two words summarize the modern history of Knellsville. The place called Knellsville has faded so much in significance that it is likely some people reading this don’t know where it is. It is just across I-43 from the City of Port Washington’s main north-side intersection of Wisconsin Street and...

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Former professional and Marquette University basketball player Joe Chapman of Port Washington started an academy in which he teaches students life lessons as well as basketball skills. Port High is one of several places in the area where Chapman runs sessions. Photo by Sam Arendt
Joe Chapman of Port Washington was at a bit of a crossroads a couple of years ago. The Marquette University alum who played with Dwayne Wade on that 2003 Final Four team went on to play professional basketball for 11 years on a few different...


PARTICIPANTS IN THE 2018 Ozaukee Apprenticeship Program graduation cerermony last week were (front row, from left) Ashtyn Bellinger, Savannah Schultz, Brianna Huber, Emma Zindars, Chloe Herbrand, Lauren Janza, Samantha Hoffman, Zachary Uselding, Derek Mueller, Ryan Umhoefer, (back row) Kelly Coniff, Grace Aspenson, Thomas Becker, Nathan Hassler, Calvin Boese ,Drew Geib, Tony Cook, Matthew Horstead, Brandon Czebotar, Nicholas Rapp, Brice Scholtus, Trevor Gusky and Allison Vojnovich. Not pictured were Jilia Dombrowski, Morgan Grueneberg, Alison Jeske, Jennifer Rutkowski, Nicholas Franzen, Mariah Niles, Leah Place, Summer Schmit, Kaitlyn Schoreder, Esme Bains, Avery Orosz, Trindy Pate, Cailie Ansay, Jordan Burmesch, Victor Herek-Wrixton and Melissa Mieloch. Photo by Sam Arendt
In a ceremony at the Cedarburg Cultural Center last week, Ozaukee County’s Youth Apprenticeship Program recognized its most recent group of graduates. “There are some amazing things that happened this year,” said John Higgins, Ozaukee Youth...

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