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Twilight ski events kick off next week

Area state parks will be holding outdoor twilight events in the coming weeks. Whitefish Dunes hosts the first of these on Saturday the 25th from five to eight pm. The hope is for enough snow to have f...

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Ukulele Society a plucky group

Sundays at the Northern Door YMCA have a Hawaiian sound to it thanks to the Ukulele Society of Door County. It started as an offshoot of a class at The Clearing Folk School and has grown to 20 active ...

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Southern Door offers Fab(Lab)ulous opportunity

Southern Door High School's fabrication lab is being turned over to adults for a ten-week workshop starting January 29th. The sessions run each Wednesday night from 6-8 PM and are open to district...

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Tournament draws hockey Hall of Famer

This year’s Door County Pond Hockey Tournament takes place on February 8th. In the past, legends of the game have made an appearance including a Hall of Famer inducted for a stellar career with ...

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Area apprenticeship program adds discipline

The apprenticeship program at Luxemburg-Casco High School is adding technical college credit to its repertoire according to Superintendent Glenn Schlender with more in the works.    ...

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Buyers prefer dealers when purchasing cars

The advent of vehicle purchases online through social media and websites is growing, but local dealerships are finding consumers are still depending on them for advice when it comes time to buy. ...

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Feed My People looking for meat products

In the next couple of months, area food pantries are looking to restock shelves for those in need.  Estella Huff, executive director of Feed and Clothe My People of Door County, says they typical...

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Packers dominate conversations at local establishments

The Green Bay Packers are one win away from going to the Super Bowl and area bartenders are finding that patrons are getting more excited as the kick-off approaches.  Can the Packers win the Supe...

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Winter weather changes Saturday schedule

Several sports have seen events canceled or have start times adjusted Saturday due to the winter storm that has taken aim at central and northeast Wisconsin. Kewaunee High School wrestling will not be...

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Kewaunee boys drown out Sevastopol

The Kewaunee High School boys basketball team blanketed Sevastopol’s offense like a summer thunderstorm. The Pioneers could never get into a rhythm attacking the basket in an 83-48 loss.  ...

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Southern Door boys fly past Gibraltar

The Southern Door High School boys basketball team took flight against Gibraltar Friday night in Fish Creek, 71-48. Ryan Claflin put up video game numbers. Number one in powder blue had 29 points, 13 ...

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Smooth sailing Friday for Clipper boys

The Sturgeon Bay High School boys basketball team put up a season-high 88 points Friday at Algoma in an easy victory. Four Clipper players scored at least 15 making the game Sturgeon Bay’s most ...

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Spartans fall to Wrighstown on WBDK

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartan boys basketball kept the game Friday night with the undefeated Wrightstown Tigers close until the final eight minutes but fell 65-49 in Luxemburg.  The teams played a ...

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Girls' basketball round-up: Storm clips Eagles

Kewaunee remains perfect on the season after beating Southern Door Thursday night 43-29.   Nursing a five-point lead at the break, the Storm outscored the Eagles 23-14 in the final stanza t...

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Algoma Harbor with high water levels

Southern Door Holiday Party for Senior Citizens

Superintendent Patti Vickman and high school principal Steve Bousley.

November 21, 2019

Rural Health Day celebrated at Door County Medical Center.

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