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Door County community news from the Peninsula Pulse. Find information about health programs, fundraisers, announcements, and more to keep you in the loop in your community.

  • Thumb Fun – Door County’s Accidental Icon

    Standing amid the suburban-style condominiums that make up the Northhaven development in Fish Creek, one can’t help but be struck by the contrast between what was and what is. Here, where water sprays into the air from the middle of a pond ringed by 141 condominium units, is the land that was once the site […]

  • Door County High School Sports Schedule

    HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS Gibraltar Varsity Athletics • Gibraltar/Sevastopol Soccer Aug. 30, vs. Wrightstown, 6:30pm Aug. 31, @ Southern Door, 4:30pm • Football Aug.

  • Gibraltar Has New Girls Basketball Coach

    Gibraltar School has a new girls basketball coach, but his face is familiar to those in the district. Former varsity boys basketball coach Josh Kropuenske is sliding down the hall to coach the girls team next season.

  • Fun, Fashion, and Fundraising for the Wellness Center of Door County

    Brilliant Stranger hosts a day of fun, fashion and fundraising to benefit the Wellness Center of Door County on Sunday September 5. The event will include a full day of fun including a silent auction and raffle with great prizes from local businesses, live music in the afternoon by Galynne and Markondrums and a Refab/Brilliant Stranger fashion show at 2 pm.

  • Door County Community News

    • On Saturday, August 28, Door County’s dogs and their human families will converge on Sunset Park on the city’s east side for “Bark in the Park,” an annual fundraiser for the Door County Humane Society (DCHS).

  • NORTHERN DOOR VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE

    The Blue Horse Bistro took another league title by taking two of three games in the final match of the year, a make-up game, against Husby’s Aug. 18. Standings Blue Horse Bistro 30-3 Husby’s 27-6 Four Season Tree Experts 27-6 Gray-Aire Dairy 23-10 Bay Shore Outdoor Store 19-14 Peninsula Pulse 18-15 Off A Horse 17-16 […]

  • Door County Sports Schedule

    HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS Gibraltar Varsity Athletics: • Gibraltar/Sevastopol Soccer Aug. 23 vs. Roncalli, 6:30 pm Aug. 26 @ Kewaunee, 4:30 pm • Football Aug. 27 vs. N.E.W., 7 pm • Cross Country Aug. 26 Cross Country Chief K (home), 2 pm • Volleyball Aug. 24 @ Triangular/Kewaunee, 5 pm Sevastopol Varsity Athletics: • Football Aug. […]

  • Bremer Takes Over Gibraltar Volleyball

    Gibraltar volleyball is in transition this season, and new coach Lauren Bremer hopes to make it a smooth one, continuing the program’s growth achieved under former varsity coach Mike Helm.

  • Article posted Thursday, August 19, 2010 6:33pm

    • The Gordon Lodge is hosting a roast of Door County restaurateur James “JJ” Johnson to benefit the Door Community Auditorium Sept. 26. Bacchus Lotus will provide music and roasters will include Digger DeGroot, Mike Mead, Bill Calkins, Judge Peter Diltz and a host of other friends. Dick Burress will emcee the event. Tickets cost […]

  • Door County Humane Society Featured Pets

    Princess is a Black Lab/Pit Bull mix who is approximately 12 weeks old. She is a ball of energy who enjoys chewing on bones, playing fetch, and snuggling. She is looking for a loving family who will teach her basic commands and tucker her out! Skittles is a handsome buff and white tabby. He is […]

  • John Carmody, Door County’s Last Thresherman

    John had kept it running until 1980, making him the last farmer in Egg Harbor, and possibly all of Door County, using the old machine.

  • NORTHERN DOOR VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE

    The ball fell softly on into the sand on the Blue Ox side of the net, and as it did, the Camp David team and fans erupted. Powered by Gray-Aire’s sweet corn and a coffee can full of melted butter, the Happy Campers had felled the mighty oxen for their first victory of the season.

  • UWGB Soccer to Host Clinic in Baileys Harbor

    When the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Men’s Soccer Team returns to Baileys Harbor to run a practice and scrimmage Aug. 19, they’ll also be offering a special opportunity to local youth soccer players.

  • Sports Schedule

    DOOR COUNTY LEAGUE BASEBALL Upcoming Schedule All games start at 1:30 pm unless noted Aug. 15 Baileys Harbor @ West Jacksonport Aug. 22 Playoff Schedule 4th Seed @ Kolberg 3rd Seed @ 2nd Seed Standings Kolberg 13-1 Egg Harbor 8-6 West Jacksonport 7-6 Maplewood 7-7 Washington Island 7-7 Sister Bay 5-9 Institute 5-9 Baileys Harbor […]

  • Door County Soccer Association 2010 Season Standings

    (Place, Coach name (team #), Win-Loss-Tie) 6/7 Year Olds 1. Montana (13), 8-1-0 2. Lenius (11), 7-2-0 3. Luders (16), 6-3-0 4. Andre, C (14), 5-3-0 5. Grantham (17), 4-4-1 6. Omernick (ND1), 2-4-2 7. Andrea, B (12), 1-3-4 8. Retzlaff (15), 2-5-1 9. Rose (WI1), 2-6-1 10. Johnson (ND2), 0-6-3   8/9 Year Olds […]

  • K/D Salmon Tourney Draws 2,653 Anglers

    The 2010 Kewaunee/ Door County Salmon Tournament paid out more than $40,000 in cash prizes to the hoards of fisherman who took to the lake and bay July 23 – Aug.

  • Johnson Competes in International Tourney

    Ian Johnson of Sister Bay (top row, 6th from the left) competed as a guest player with the U19 Yukon Strikers from Canada July12 – 17 in the Puma Elite Division at the Schwan’s USA Cup Week Long International Soccer Tournament in Blaine, MN.

  • Do the Du

    The Door County YMCA’s Labor Day Run has grown into a multi-faceted family affair in year number nine, with the addition of a duathlon to the event sparking interest.

  • Article posted Thursday, August 12, 2010 9:15pm

    • The Door County Community Foundation announced that it is inviting local charities to submit grant applications for support from the Door County Green Fund. The Green Fund is one of several grant programs at the Community Foundation. It also offers grants to charities out of its Arts Fund, Health and Human Needs Fund, Education […]

  • Plum Island Boathouse Gets Fresh Coat of Paint

    The boathouse on Plum Island is receiving a new paint job this summer. Funds for the project are being provided through a cooperative effort between the Friends of Plum and Pilot Islands and the U.