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  • Fish Creek Detour Adjusted for Memorial Day Weekend

    Construction detours for Fish Creek will change temporarily for Memorial Day weekend. Effective at noon on Friday, May 22, the detour route will change to allow drivers to access Fish Creek using County F. The change will allow easier access to the center of the village for traffic from the north and east. After Memorial […]

  • Gibraltar School Board Tables Graduation Plan

    Dozens of senior parents and community members joined the Gibraltar School Board’s May 11 virtual meeting in support of the prospect of a graduation ceremony at the Skyway Drive-In Theater for the Class of 2020.  Prior to the meeting, seniors created a petition for the board to allow such a ceremony to happen, despite health […]

  • Hairpin 5K Goes Virtual

    The Hairpin 5K Run/Walk is going virtual for 2020. Like many events, the July 4 tradition – the longest-running 5K in Door County – has adjusted in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Friends of Gibraltar Schools has hosted the Hairpin 5K Run/Walk as a fundraising event for 30-plus years, with the proceeds providing all of […]

  • PERSPECTIVE: Dear Gibraltar, A Ceremony Isn’t Worth It

    “How do they account for people who have to go to the restroom, though, Mike?” That’s what Gibraltar School Board member Angela Sherman said in response to board Vice President Mike Peot’s proposal during the Apr. 27 virtual school board meeting for Gibraltar to hold a graduation ceremony at the Skyway Drive-In in Fish Creek.  […]

  • Gibraltar School Board President Steps Down

    Longtime Gibraltar School Board member Mark Weborg stepped down as president at the beginning of a virtual board meeting on April 27, citing the stress of the position. Weborg, who has served on the board for 21 years, will remain on the board as a member until his term ends in April 2021. “I have […]

  • Dear Fellow Gibraltar Students and Community,

    In anticipation of the Peninsula Pulse’s Graduation Issue coming out May 22, the Pulse has contacted the newspapers and yearbooks of each school district to invite students to contribute stories about school life amid the COVID-19 pandemic and finishing the 2020 school year from home. This week, Gibraltar’s school newspaper, the Viking Voice, contributed articles […]

  • How Are Gibraltar’s Yearbooks Coming Together?

    In anticipation of the Peninsula Pulse’s Graduation Issue coming out May 22, the Pulse has contacted the newspapers and yearbooks of each school district to invite students to contribute stories about school life amid the COVID-19 pandemic and finishing the 2020 school year from home. This week, Gibraltar’s school newspaper, the Viking Voice, contributed articles […]

  • Gibraltar Students Helping Their Community

    In anticipation of the Peninsula Pulse’s Graduation Issue coming out May 22, the Pulse has contacted the newspapers and yearbooks of each school district to invite students to contribute stories about school life amid the COVID-19 pandemic and finishing the 2020 school year from home. This week, Gibraltar’s school newspaper, the Viking Voice, contributed articles […]

  • Gibraltar Faculty Uplifts Student Body with Virtual Spirit Week

    In anticipation of the Peninsula Pulse’s Graduation Issue coming out May 22, the Pulse has contacted the newspapers and yearbooks of each school district to invite students to contribute stories about school life amid the COVID-19 pandemic and finishing the 2020 school year from home. This week, Gibraltar’s school newspaper, the Viking Voice, contributed articles […]

  • Feeding Gibraltar during COVID-19

    In anticipation of the Peninsula Pulse’s Graduation Issue coming out May 22, the Pulse has contacted the newspapers and yearbooks of each school district to invite students to contribute stories about school life amid the COVID-19 pandemic and finishing the 2020 school year from home. This week, Gibraltar’s school newspaper, the Viking Voice, contributed articles […]

  • And That’s the Way the Cookie Crumbles

    Troop leader Jordan Burress breaks down the popular Girl Scout snack ’Tis the season for cookies – Girl Scout cookies, that is. Every year the Girl Scouts of America set out to sell them to friends, family and their community. The cookies aren’t just a nice treat for those who are snacking – the money from cookie […]

  • Gibraltar DECA Earns Awards at Development Conference

    Five seniors in Gibraltar’s DECA team competed at the Wisconsin DECA Career Development Conference in Lake Geneva, and all five earned awards to advance to the International Career Development Conference (ICDC) in Nashville. Double qualifying for ICDC is the team of Brandon Stillman and Connor Duffy, who earned first place in the Sports and Entertainment […]

  • Door County Alumni Profile: Lillie Conrad

    An attorney finding work-life balance To suggest an alumnus or alumna to profile, email [email protected] To learn more about Alumni Door County, visit alumnidoorcounty.org. Even after living in France for a short time, 1997 Gibraltar graduate Lillie Conrad decided to come home to Wisconsin to become a corporate attorney – and her French still comes in […]

  • Gibraltar Secondary Honor Rolls

    First Semester, 2019-20  High School Highest Honor Roll Hannah Ama, Zoe Armbruster, Brady Ash, Thelonious Goode, Jack Hitzeman, Stella Kersebet, Elizabeth Lecy, Aubrey Peot, Abigail Rex, Brandon Stillman, Jack Weitman  High Honor Roll Elijah Adler, Jacob Anschutz, Trevor Ash, Emmaly Bertges, Izabella Bunda, Rylan Caldecott, Colleen Carlisle, Annelise Casanas, Anthony Casanas, Mia Chomeau, Kimberly Church, […]

  • More Acres Protected at Hidden Springs

    Hidden Springs will receive 30 acres of added protection thanks to an acquisition announced by the Door County Land Trust.  The organization has added the land to the Gibraltar-Ephraim Swamp Natural Area, which contains a portion of Hidden Springs Creek and protects the quality of the water flowing into Eagle Harbor and Green Bay. It […]

  • Gibraltar Rolls by Suring

    Balanced attack sends Vikes to round 2 Following an uninspiring, 63-43 loss to Gillett on Jan. 7, the Gibraltar girls basketball team found itself in a tough spot. After a 3-1 start, the Vikings had lost five consecutive games to fall to 3-6. “At that point, I wasn’t sure how the season would turn out,” […]

  • Gibraltar Vikings Girls Basketball Team Holds ‘Thanksgiving Dinner’ Fundraiser

    The Gibraltar Vikings girls basketball team will host a “Thanksgiving dinner” fundraiser March 1, 3-6:30 pm, at Alexander’s Restaurant in Fish Creek. Dinner will include turkey, all the Thanksgiving fixings and some of Alexander’s great food.  The cost is $15 per adult, $8 per child ages six through 11, and free for those ages five […]

  • Blood Drive at Gibraltar High School on March 6

    The Gibraltar High School Student Council will host a Red Cross blood drive March 6, 9 am – 2 pm, in the Elementary Mural Gym. Most donations take about an hour.  An appointment to donate is required. Visit redcrossblood.org to register online, get more details and see whether you’re eligible. Or, leave a message at 920.868.3284, […]

  • Gibraltar Names Supervisor

    The Gibraltar Board of Supervisors selected Brian Merkel – a former supervisor and former chair – to take Steve Sohns’ seat on the town board. Sohns was previously chosen to take Dick Skare’s seat as town chair after Skare resigned mid-term due to health issues. The terms of both positions run through April 2021.  Board members had […]

  • Gibraltar to Show Off Remodel during Feb. 12 Open House

    Gibraltar School District is finally ready to unveil its remodeled library and media center (IMC) and surrounding classrooms. The school will host an open house Feb. 12 to show off the enhancements that resulted from a $4.5 million referendum that voters approved in 2018. Superintendent Tina Van Meer said planning for the project began in […]