LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY defensive analyst and Port Washington High School alumnus Aaron Schwanz (right) stood in the White House with the Heisman Trophy and National Championship Trophy last week after LSU beat Clemson, 42-25, for the college football championship. Photo courtesy of Aaron Schwanz
One week after helping Louisiana State University to the top of the college football world, Port Washington High School alumnus Aaron Schwanz has begun to comprehend what happened. “It’s finally starting to sink in a little bit,” he said over the...


“We need to utilize railroads more. We can’t just keep widening highways. We have to get some of the semi traffic on rail and off the road.” One page away from that statement in last week’s Ozaukee Press was a news story reporting that the Wisconsin Department of Transportation plans to widen I-43 from Grafton south in Ozaukee...

Good Living

Teacher Ashley Gauger of Grafton has two classrooms. One is a yurt. The other is the great outdoors. Gauger teaches second grade at the new Riveredge Outdoor Elementary School at Riveredge Nature Center in the Town of Saukville. Her 16 students...


NO NO’S SUPPER CLUB owner Kevin Rogowski stood at the bar with his wife Shelly and their six-month-old daughter Kylie who is popular among the regulars. Rogowski said supper clubs are a dying art in recent times, but he is seeing younger generations seeking the fine-dining experience. Photo by Sam Arendt
No No’s Supper Club owner Kevin Rogowski said traditional restaurants are a dying breed these days. However, he expects to see a resurgence with more young adults frequenting his establishment in Newburg. “I kind of consider myself an old-school...

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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