Expect mud on roads

Do not be surprised if roads get a little bumpy over the next few weeks in Door and Kewaunee Counties. Cool temperatures over the next week will not make drying out wet fields an easy task. Fitting in the work in a tighter than expected time frame was one of the topics   discussed at a meeting held earlier this week by Peninsula Pride Farms in Brussels. Peninsula Pride Farms President and Dairy Dreams owner Don Niles says they have a plan of action.

Even the best made plans could still lead to mud leaving the fields and onto the road. The Kewaunee County Sheriff’s Department is reminding farmers their responsibility to clean up the road after they are done and for motorists to travel with extra caution if they notice fieldwork is being done.



Search Our Site

Current Weather




With many events canceled this year due to COVID-19, how have you passed the time?
Add a Comment
(Fields are Optional)

Your email address is never published.

Sports Poll

How long do you think the MLB season will last?
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


Bill Casey

Click Here for more Obituaries

Obituary posting fee is $25


Sign up for our Daily Electronic Newspaper!

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

Get the latest updates for Big Deals delivered to your inbox every Monday, Wednesday & Friday.