News

Cabin fever may lead to more spending

With the people of Door County advised not to go outside that means money is not being spent at local businesses. Jim Schuessler is the Executive Director for the Door County Economic Development Corporation and he says businesses, especially restaurants, will definitely be hurt in the short term by the extreme weather. As for the positive, Schuessler believes restaurants may be able to make up for that as people may be more willing to go out this weekend when the weather warms up since they will have been inside their homes for most of four or five straight days.

 

 

Temperatures are forecasted to be in the 30s on Saturday and Sunday.

Search Our Site

STURGEON BAY WEATHER

Poll

Will Congress pass legislation closing the background check loopholes for fire arms purchases?
Add a Comment
(Fields are Optional)

Your email address is never published.

Sports Poll

Is Tony Bennett the classiest coach in basketball for turning down a $500,000 raise?
Add a Comment
(Fields are Optional)

Your email address is never published.

Obituaries are provided as a service of the

Schinderle Funeral Home of Algoma

Obituaries

Newsletter

Sign up for our Daily Electronic Newspaper and/or our Shopping Show newsletter!

 

Get the latest news with our Daily Electronic Newspaper delivered to your inbox.

 

Get the latest updates for our Shopping Show delivered to your inbox every Friday.