THE GRAFTON HIGH SCHOOL girls’ track and field team isn’t all attending the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Their ‘Ws’ represent their victory in the first meet of the season, the Nelson/Daniels Classic in Whitewater on Saturday. Freshman Claire Wille held the trophy.
By MITCH MAERSCH Ozaukee Press staff The usual cast from last season is already running past the competition for the Grafton High School girls’ track and field team, and on Saturday they pulled off the unusual with help from some young talent. The...


The Wisconsin Legislature, still known by some as the “do nothing legislature” that took a vacation from legislating during most of 2020 and has accomplished very little since then, has an excellent opportunity to demonstrate it can actually do something that is beneficial to the people of Wisconsin, is supported by Republicans...

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Port Washington native Brian Pierringer stood next to his daughters Leah (left) and Hannah at his retirement ceremony from the Air Force National Guard this month. Leah and Hannah also serve in the Air Force. (Lower photo) BRIAN PIERRINGER (center) is proud that many of his children have also chosen to serve in the military. They included (from left) daughter Rachel and her husband Jay, who were in ROTC, Brian and his wife Kim, Josiah wanted to join but couldn’t due to health, Leah is in the Air Force Active Guard Reserve and Aaron was in the Air Force. Missing from photo were Hannah, who serves in the Air Force, and Caleb, who wanted to join but couldn’t due to health. Brian and Kim’s grandchildren include (front row, from left) McKenna, Kylee, Nevaeh, (back row) Natalie and Ethan. Photo by Sam Arendt
By MITCH MAERSCH Ozaukee Press staff Brian Pierringer’s journey through the Air Force was not a direct flight, but his service has inspired decades of commitment to the country. All six of the Port Washington native’s children are either serving in...


STEVE BENNETT, owner of Bernie’s Fine Meats in Port Washington, held just a small sample of the 450 pounds of corned beef the meat market sells for St. Patrick’s Day. Store manager Chris Dieringer (below) showed off a Reuben sandwich headed to the grill. Photos by Sam Arendt
By KRISTYN HALBIG ZIEHM Ozaukee Press staff Judging by the number of people who flocked to Bernie’s Fine Meats in downtown Port Washington for Reuben sandwiches on Friday, March 17, the market should have been named O’Bernie’s — at least for the day...

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