OZAUKEE’S BRENT HOFFMANN pitched and played shortstop (below) in the Division 3 baseball semifinal at Fox Cities Stadium in Grand Chute, home of the Single-A Wisconsin Timber Rattlers. Hoffmann, who made all-conference teams in football, basketball and baseball, will play baseball for Carroll University in Waukesha next year. Photo by Mitch Maersch
Ozaukee High School’s three-sport star has narrowed his focus to one passion. “I always kind of liked baseball. From little on, I wanted to play college baseball,” senior Brent Hoffmann, who also excelled in football and basketball, said. He will...


Every Thursday, men and women in blue-gray uniforms, walking at a lively clip with arms full of envelopes, packages, magazines and newspapers, deliver thousands of copies of Ozaukee Press to homes and businesses in Ozaukee County and the surrounding area. They are the mail carriers of the U.S. Postal Service. Millions of...

Good Living

Many of her awards have come from horse events, but Anna Poull has received several other honors and acquired many skills and lifetime memories through 4-H programs. Photo by Sam Arendt
It was horses that got Anna Poull of the Town of Port Washington into 4-H. But Poull and her family of eight have a message for those who only think of 4-H in terms of agriculture and projects at county fairs. It’s much more than that. “It’s pretty...


SAUKVILLE’S SALONS OF Conservancy Court co-owner Tammy Allen began cutting customers hair on Monday after the state Supreme Court struck down Gov. Tony Evers’ Safer-at-Home order last week. Photo by Sam Arendt
Area hair salons are back in business after being closed since late March due to the coronavirus pandemic. The Wisconsin Supreme Court on Wednesday, May 13, struck down Gov. Tony Evers’ Safer-at-Home order, allowing certain businesses to return to...

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