Sports


THE OZAUKEE HIGH SCHOOL girls’ cross country team beat three other squads to win the Prairie School Sectional on Saturday, and the boys’ team advanced one individual qualifier. The qualifiers are (from left) Cami Miller, Kenna Pierson, Grace Tinder, Ally Clark, Meredith Clark, Calvin McKee, Sophie Uhlenberg, Kelley Large, Clara McKee and Becky Hoffmann. Photo courtesy of Amy Uhlenberg
While cross country meets were smaller and run differently this season due to the Covid-19 pandemic, at least one thing stayed the same from last year. The Ozaukee High School girls will compete in the Division 3 state meet as sectional champions....

Op-Ed

No one knows how next week’s election will turn out. Polls can only provide snapshots of preferences for candidates before votes are counted. Pundits can only guess. Yet one aspect of the election outcome is already certain: It will be influenced to some degree by voters in the thrall of untruths ranging from false information...

Good Living

Scott Wilterdink of Grafton has racked up a host of memories serving on the Ozaukee County Bowling Association and competing in several leagues at alleys across the area. But it’s the first of the 14 games in which he bowled a perfect 300 that...

Business


PORT WASHINGTON-BASED Professional Services owner Mark Doll stood in the city’s industrial park, where he is building a new facility that is to be completed by April. The heating, ventilation and air conditioning contractor has been in business for 12 years and has experienced 60% growth in each of the last three years, spurring the demand to expand. Photo by Sam Arendt
The Port Washington industrial park will soon have a new tenant.  Professional Services — a local heating, ventilation and air conditioning contractor — is constructing a building on a 3.49-acre lot that was owned Allen Edmonds at 1220 Bywater Dr. ...

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