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  • Applications Now Accepted for Excellence in Agriculture Scholarships

    Kinnard Farms is now accepting applications for its second annual Excellence in Agriculture Scholarship. Three scholarships of $1,500 each will be awarded to graduating high school seniors in good standing from any of the following high schools: Kewaunee, Luxemburg-Casco, Algoma, Denmark, or Southern Door. Applicants must be interested in pursuing a career related to agriculture […]

  • Winter Sale at James May Gallery

    James May Gallery will have a winter sale this February. The owner, manager and assistant curator will have select works discounted for their winter sale. Visit the gallery on Feb. 5, 5:30 – 8 pm, and enjoy some local cheese and wine. The sale will run through Feb. 6, 10 am – 5 pm. James […]

  • Winter Festivals, Pond Hockey, Super Bowl & More Weekend Plans

    It’s a weekend of celebrating the quiet season in Door County! Head to the lake side to celebrate Baileys Harbor’s Winter Carnival and the 3rd Annual Pond Hockey tournament or head to the bay side for Fish Creek’s 29th annual Winter Festival. No matter where you spend the weekend, you’re sure to stow away some […]

  • Milwaukee Company Donates Clean Water System

    When the folks at Stonehouse Water Technologies of Milwaukee were contacted about helping with Kewaunee County’s water issues, they had no idea that conditions were worse there than some of the Third World countries the company has worked with. Charles Bensinger, director of water analytics at Stonehouse, said in Third World countries they usually are […]

  • Letter to the Editor: Let the Healing Begin

    We start another trip around our sun, another year begins. I’m hoping this one will be more fun than the last one. The citizens have taken action into their own hands and requested help from the U.S. EPA. Now our DNR is having meetings across the county with experts, all looking for the answers. I’ve […]

  • Lakeside Community Church to Hold Two Christmas Eve Services

    Lakeside Community Church will hold two Christmas Eve services this year at 4 and 5:30 pm. The holiday season can be a hectic time with a lot of stress and chaos. Let’s take an evening to reflect on God. Lakeside Community Church is located at E6295 County Road K in Algoma.

  • A Force for Charity

    Until the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens in theaters this weekend, most fans of the epic space opera franchise have had to get their fix by watching (and re-watching) the first six installments and awaiting release of the newest film’s trailers. But for Dan Christy, of Algoma, his Star Wars fix is regularly […]

  • Algoma Community Band to Present Holiday Concert

    The Algoma Community Band and Chorus will present a holiday concert on Dec. 9 at 7 pm in the Performing Arts Center. Tom Mueller is the director of the band; David Robertson directs the community chorus. The band and chorus will play and sing some favorite Christmas songs, including Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Ride,” “Greensleeves,” “Silent […]

  • Dentistry by Design Expands to Algoma

    Algoma Gentle Dental Care located on Jefferson Street in Algoma is under new ownership. Dr. Paul Feit, owner and dentist at Dentistry by Design in Sturgeon Bay and Sister Bay, recently purchased Algoma Gentle Dental Care from Dr. Tom DeNamur, who retired earlier this fall. Feit and his colleague Dr. Michael Pierquet will provide care […]

  • Algoma Community Band Presents Veterans Day Concert

    The Algoma Community Band under the direction of Tom Mueller will present their annual Veterans Day Concert on Nov. 11 at 7 pm in the elementary school Performing Arts Center. The band has been in existence since March 1978. Many of the charter members are still playing and enjoying being members of the band. The […]

  • Veterans Day Events

    Monday, Nov. 9 Peninsula Symphonic Band performs a Veterans Day Concert as a freewill offering to benefit the Door County Veterans Service Council, 7 pm, Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, Sturgeon Bay. Wednesday, Nov. 11, 2015 Southern Door School Eagle Gym, ceremony featuring Korean War veteran Tom Van Lieshout, 9:30 am. After the ceremony, there […]

  • Packerland Conference Cross Country Championship Results

    Gibraltar hosted the Packerland Conference championships for cross country on Oct. 15. Below are individual winners for boys and girls. The top seven finishers are first team all conference and places eight through 14 are second team all conference. Boys 5K Run Jacob Wahlers, Algoma, 16:37 Caleb House, Gibraltar, 17:06 Harold Iwen, Algoma, 17:15 Zach […]

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    Flying Pig Hosts Reception for Calendar Girls for ALS Project

    On Oct. 18, 11 am – 2 pm, Flying Pig Gallery in Algoma will host an opening reception for the Calendar Girls for ALS project. The project was started by Jim Schumacher and his wife/business partner Angela to help their friend Eric Johnson, a maple syrup producer who was diagnosed with ALS in 2012. Angela, […]

  • Italian Harvest Dinner at Farm Market Kitchen

    Italian food is without a doubt one of America’s favorite ethnic cuisines. Parade Magazine, published May 2015, listed it as one of the top three cuisines America craves (along with Chinese and Mexican). The Farm Market Kitchen (FMK) is taking advantage of the bountiful fall harvest and the fact that a number of FMK processors […]

  • News Bulletin: Ahnapee Brewery Earns Silver Medal at Great American Beer Festival

    WHAT HAPPENED Ahnapee Brewery was first put on the map in 1868 when sales of “the foaming beverage” were in high demand by Civil War veterans. The newly revived brewery was put on the map last weekend for a second time on a national level by the Great American Beer Festival (GABF), where only 274 […]