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Second condo development proposed for Oconomowoc

A Pewaukee-based developer, Cornerstone Development of SE WI, is seeking Plan Commission approval this evening of Glen of Oconomowoc, a 48-unit condo community that will sit on 20 acres at the northeast corner of Lisbon Road and Pine Ridge Court. Homes at Glen of Oconomowoc are designed for “the maturing home buyer,” using a concept developed by Epcon Communities

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OPINION: 12 people $56 million; 60 people $6,000

Tuesday night, in the Little Theater at OHS, about a dozen residents of the Oconomowoc Area School District heard a presentation on its finances. They then approved the district’s proposed $56 million budget for the 2014-205 school year. At about the same time,... read more

OPINION: 12 people $56 million; 60 people $6,000

Tuesday night, in the Little Theater at OHS, about a dozen residents of the Oconomowoc Area School District heard a presentation on its finances. They then approved the district’s proposed $56 million budget for the 2014-205 school year. At about the same time,... read more

Second condo development proposed for Oconomowoc

A Pewaukee-based developer, Cornerstone Development of SE WI, is seeking Plan Commission approval this evening of Glen of Oconomowoc, a 48-unit condo community that will sit on 20 acres at the northeast corner of Lisbon Road and Pine Ridge Court. Homes at Glen of Oconomowoc are designed for “the maturing home buyer,” using a concept developed by Epcon Communities

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OPINION: Don’t give up on the OHS football program

OPINION: Don’t give up on the OHS football program

Lessons learned the hard way this season will pay dividends next year Don’t give up on the OHS varsity football program. So far this season, the results haven’t been pretty, as its 0-5 record attests. But they also have not been completely unexpected. In... read more
PHOTOS: OHS football team at Wisconsin Lutheran

PHOTOS: OHS football team at Wisconsin Lutheran

The OHS varsity football team lost, 49-7, Friday night at Wisconsin Lutheran. With the win, Wisco retains its lead in the Wisconsin Little Ten while OHS remains winless.  Clicking on a thumbnail image below starts a self-directed slide show featuring larger versions... read more
PHOTOS: Varsity soccer team hosted Watertown

PHOTOS: Varsity soccer team hosted Watertown

The OHS varsity soccer team scored late to tie Watertown, 1-1, in a Wisconsin Little Ten match on Sept. 23 at OHS.  Clicking on a thumbnail image below starts a self-directed slide show featuring larger versions of each photo with captions. Feel free to share,... read more
PHOTOS: Cooney varsity and junior varsity hosted Slinger

PHOTOS: Cooney varsity and junior varsity hosted Slinger

The OHS girls varsity and junior varsity volleyball teams hosted Slinger in recent Wisconsin Little Ten conference matches at OHS.  Clicking on a thumbnail image below starts a self-directed slide show featuring larger versions of each photo. Feel free to share,... read more

OPINION: 12 people $56 million; 60 people $6,000

Tuesday night, in the Little Theater at OHS, about a dozen residents of the Oconomowoc Area School District heard a presentation on its finances. They then approved the district’s proposed $56 million budget for the 2014-205 school year. At about the same time,... read more

OPINION: Don’t let misinformation leave you wrong

Misinformation and missing information are problems that won’t go away. Case in point: Just listen to people talk about Fowler Lake Village. If built, some say, St. Paul street will be closed. Wrong. The condo owners at FLV will own lakefront property. Wrong. If... read more