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Wisconsin winters can take its toll on state parks, which is why Whitefish Dunes State Park is hosting its annual Volunteer Work Play Earth Day this Saturday. Volunteers can sign up for a variety of p...more>>
A new-look Sturgeon Bay Common Council will discuss upcoming projects in the city at today’s meeting at noon. Before Kelly Catarozoli and Will Gregory are seated for their new roles, the City of...more>>
Sturgeon Bay High School students have plenty of stories to tell from their once-in-a-lifetime experience as cultural exchange students in China.   Senior Lindsay Stutting says the biggest d...more>>
Birch Creek Music Performance Center has found its new leader. Mona Christensen was appointed Executive Director of the summer music school in Egg Harbor by the Board of Trustees last week. Board pres...more>>
Janice Mueller has been appointed to the vacant seat in the 2nd Aldermanic District in the city of Algoma. Mueller will serve out the rest of term, which expires next year. Algoma mayor Wayne Schmidt ...more>>
The Emerald Ash Borer is becoming a major concern for land owners throughout Door County.  Last June, Door County became the 22nd county in Wisconsin to be quarantined when the Emerald Ash Borer ...more>>
Newer models of television can record and share everything that you watch.  DVD viewing can even be tracked with some smart televisions.  Bob Parins, owner of NCS Satellite & TV in Sturg...more>>
The delegation of over 100 people for Door/Kewaunee Legislative Days left a positive impact on state legislators last week. During the two-day conference in Madison, First District State Representativ...more>>
Senator Dave Hansen of Green Bay says that State Rep. Robin Vos’ idea to implement tolls in Wisconsin may or may not be a good idea. One thing he is sure about, however, is that the state needs ...more>>
Positions at Bay Shipbuilding may only require a high school diploma or GED, but the Sturgeon Bay company understands the need for its workforce to  develop skills beyond basic reading and math. ...more>>
Holly Hansen, Department Head for Door County Real Property Listing, is happy that property assessments were taken out of the Wisconsin state budget. However, Hansen says something still needs to be d...more>>
The Ministry Door County Medical Center will be one of 90 different employers that will be present at Congressman Reid Ribble’s 5th annual job fair taking place today at Northeast Wisconsin Tech...more>>
The Master Gardeners of Door County will host horticulturalist Ray Rogers on Tuesday, April 27 at 7 p.m. at the Crossroads at Big Creek. Rogers will be presenting his lecture “Spectacular Contai...more>>
The Town of Baileys Harbor has an opportunity to purchase 80 acres of land on the south side of Baileys Harbor that is adjacent to the clean water facility and the recreational park.  The propert...more>>
Senator Dave Hansen believes that Wisconsin has the worst budget in state history. Sen. Hansen says the proposed $300 million dollar budget cuts to Universities will tear down the University system. H...more>>
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