Peninsula Pulse – 2017 Year In Review

In this issue

  • 2017’s Headlines Were Dominated by Eagle Tower, Construction & Waterfront Redevelopment

    Eagle Tower Rebuild Poised to Start in 2018 The future of Eagle Tower was again a hot topic in 2017. The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) chose a design that includes a canopy walk up to the top of the tower at a height of 65-feet. The choice keeps with standards set forth by […]

  • 2017 Year In Review Thumbs Up & Down

    THUMBS UP To all the businesses who are sticking it out through the winter. You make the off-season better for all of us! To parks friends groups, who work diligently to maintain and raise funds for our state and county parks as government funding is slashed. To the Sturgeon Bay Clippers boys soccer team for […]

  • 2017 Year In Review Photo Poll

    Which person in Door County history would you most like to have dinner with? Jess Farley: I would love the opportunity to ramble back to Emma Toft’s house, sit by her wood stove and talk about many things natural! Most of all I want her to teach me how to make thimbleberry jam. Jim Lundstrom: […]

  • Year in Review 2017: What to Watch in 2018

    ATV Trails Expand in County While the already 90 miles of ATV trails in southern Door County was expanded this year with the Town of Forestville approving trails through their town that will hook up with established trails, Joe Swanson of Baileys Harbor was conducting a one-man campaign to establish ATV corridors in northern Door […]

  • Year in Review: 2017 – A Year of Tumult

    In the course of covering events while time inexorably rolls on, it sometimes happens that even though you may have invested a lot of time and effort in a story, you always have to move on to the next one, and then the next, and so on, and, eventually, you might not have total recall […]