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    Visitors gather at Harbor View Park for the Egg Harbor farmers market. Photo by Rachel Lukas.

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    Journalist, author and professor Tina Jenkins Bell discussed her writing process, finding inspiration and discovering Door County during a July 8 members meetup at Write On, Door County. Jenkins Bell, who lives in North Beverly on the south side of Chicago, will return to the county for Write On’s Mystery Conference Oct. 22-24. Submitted.

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    Up and away! Jim Feld and John Pavich fly their 50-foot dragon kites over Algoma. Photo by Mike Brisson.

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    Sturgeon Bay Historical Society members and guests celebrated the 90th birthday of the Michigan Street steel bridge with a morning stroll across it on July 4. Photo by Rachel Lukas.

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    Though Ephraim’s Fyr Bal was canceled this year, the tradition of lighting a bonfire to burn the winter witch and welcome summer continued on June 19 on the beach across from the Old Post Office restaurant. Photo by Tad Dukehart.

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    Some 900 beer enthusiasts flocked to the Door County Beer Festival on June 19 to enjoy brews from across the Midwest, food from local purveyors and live music by Erin Krebs. Photo by Mike Brisson.

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    Sara Lardo captured this image of an early bird. 

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    Bob Bultman of Restore Door conducts a prairie burn at a client’s property in an effort to help restore the county’s natural prairies. Photo by Dan Eggert.

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    On April 23, Southern Door students celebrated Drive Your Tractor to School Day, a Future Farmers of America (FFA) tradition that started in 2016. From left with Katrina Hoesly, Section 9 state FFA officer, are Logan Olsen, Matthew Malvitz, Jorge Gonzales, David Willming and Braden Delveaux. Submitted.

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    Sister Bay/Liberty Grove Fire Chief Chris Hecht stands in the rain while helping people receive their COVID-19 vaccinations. Photo by Micky Swanson.

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    A young woman jumps for joy at the Sturgeon Bay Light Station’s canal break wall. Photo by Jennifer Birkholz.

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    The shoreline is slowly returning at Whitefish Dunes State Park. Photo by Thomas Jordan.

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    Bidding winter farewell, these hikers climbed the ancient shoreline at Legacy Nature Preserve in Clay Banks. Photo by Brian Forest. 

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    This “embrace” at The Shallows Resort, 7353 Horseshoe Bay Road in Egg Harbor, captures how many visitors feel every time they arrive in Door County. Submitted.

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    Making maple syrup the old-fashioned way in Gills Rock. Photo by Tad Dukehart.

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    A woman and her dog explore the last traces of winter at Cave Point County Park. Photo by Mark Catterson.

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    A rare look at the underbelly of a fully grown tree after a blowdown at White Cliff Nature Preserve. Photo by Jim Black.

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    It is a great day for snowshoeing in Baileys Harbor. Submitted by Lynda Sanford.

  • Framed: There’s a Squatch in These Woods

    Bigfoot – sporting some holiday cheer, no less – was spotted heading east from the western side of the peninsula. The Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization, which tracks sightings across the country, lists 99 sightings of the hairy cryptid in Wisconsin since the 1970s, but only one of those – so far – has come from Door County: A Forestville […]

  • Framed: Pickleball

    (From left) Jack Follic, Guy Fortin and friends take their own net to play pickleball in Sturgeon Bay’s Sunset Park every decent morning at 6:30. Photo by Craig Sterrett.