It was a busy year at DoorCountyPulse.com, as people visited the site more than 2.1 million times, viewing 3.4 million pages. Yes, many of those visits were searches for the latest news regarding COVID-19.
When the crisis hit in March, we worked quickly to transform our home page into a resource for information about how to help, where to get help, who was open and who was closed, and updates from public-health and hospital officials. Eleven of our top-20 most-viewed articles related to COVID-19.
But readers also flocked to restaurant news. Articles about the status of Al Johnson’s goat trademark and the future of Fred and Fuzzy’s topped our list. Our most-viewed articles of the year also included history stories about the cabins of Chapel Lane and a seven-year-old story about Chateau Hutter.
You were curious about nature, too: Are there bears and wolves on the peninsula? What about the black widow spider?
Here are the year’s top web stories:
3. Event Cancellations and Changes