Peninsula Pulse – Jan. 26 – Feb. 2, 2018

In this issue

  • Fish Creek Winter Festival returns Feb. 2-4

    Visit Fish Creek Feb. 2-4 for one of Door County’s most notorious winter event – the 31st Annual Winter Festival. Live music, quirky games, delicious food, Fruit Loop Fun Run, a Stumpf Fiddle Contest, fireworks and a “Smokin Hot” Chili Cook-Off are part of the festival lineup and take place under a heated tent overlooking […]

  • NASA Television to Air Live Coverage of Upcoming Rare Lunar Eclipse

    Sky-gazers are in for a rare treat Wednesday, Jan. 31, when three celestial events combine to create a super blue blood moon. NASA Television and the agency’s website will provide live coverage of the celestial spectacle beginning at 5:30 a.m. EST. Weather permitting, the broadcast will feature views from the varying vantage points of telescopes […]

  • Michael Nitsch Immortalizes Northern Wisconsin in Prints

    The garden was a centerpiece of childhood for Michael Nitsch. “As I child I was surrounded by gardeners,” the Sturgeon Bay resident recalled. “Between my grandparents and my aunts and uncles, they spent a lot of time in their gardens. It was important for preparation of food.” He remembers the kitchen preparation of fresh produce, […]

  • Beginner, Advanced Ice Carvers Needed for Fire & Ice Fest

    Express your creativity in an uncommon medium – ice – at Sturgeon Bay Visitor Center’s Fire & Ice Festival, Feb. 17. The Sturgeon Bay Visitor Center is seeking beginner, intermediate and advanced ice carvers to compete for cash prizes. Carving begins at 9 am in various locations throughout Sturgeon Bay. A panel of volunteers will […]

  • By the Numbers: Vinyl LP Sales

    An email sent last week from Statista was headlined “The LP Is Back! But Does It Matter?” The point of the report was that vinyl LP sales have been on a steady climb since 2007, but still are just a fraction of total album sales. What the report fails to recognize is that it really […]

  • Door County Humane Society Joins with State Organization

    Last month, it was announced that the Bay Area Humane Society and Door County Humane Society would become part of the Wisconsin Humane Society (WHS), and that transaction is complete as of Jan. 1. As part of the acquisition, the names of both organizations are changing. After seeking input from staff and other stakeholders, WHS […]

  • Sister Bay Gets First Look at Proposed 40-Unit Hotel

    The Sister Bay Plan Commission took its first look at plans for a 40-unit hotel and retail space on the remainder of the vacant lot on Bay Shore Drive between CHOP restaurant and the Sister Bay Bowl. Parking and building height stood out as the primary concerns of the commission, both of which came down […]

  • Rogue Theater Holds Open Auditions for their Summer and Fall Shows

    Rogue Theater Co-artistic Directors Stuart Champeau and Lola DeVillers have been preparing for summer and fall productions. Upcoming shows include comedy, improvisation, drama and murder mystery. Now all they need is you. Open auditions will be held Jan. 27 at 2 pm and Jan. 30 at 6 pm at Jaycee Hall, 340 Jaycee Court, Sturgeon […]

  • The Bestseller List: Jan. 26, 2018

    HARDCOVER FICTION Sing, Unburied, Sing, by Jesmyn Ward The Immortalists, by Chloe Benjamin Little Fires Everywhere, by Celeste Ng A Gentleman in Moscow, by Amor Towles The Power, by Naomi Alderman HARDCOVER NONFICTION Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House, by Michael Wolff The Book of Joy, by The Dalai Lama and Desmond Tutu […]

  • Katie Dahl Invites Community to Monthly Singalongs

    A weekly, collegiate folk music gathering in the early 2000s played a pivotal role in Door County musician Katie Dahl’s beginnings as a guitarist. It was where she first learned to play guitar and became acquainted with Rise Up Singing: The Group Singing Songbook and its 1,200-song collection. In the dozen years since she graduated […]

  • State News: Solar Tariff, NAFTA, Ethics Leaders

    Trump’s Solar Tariff Hits Large Projects President Donald Trump’s recently imposed tariff on solar panel components might not have a significant impact on the average homeowner or business owner, said Tyler Huebner, RENEW Wisconsin executive director. But he said large-scale projects might feel some of the cost strain. “If it (the tariff) sort of dampens […]

  • GHA Sweetens Up Fish Creek Winter Fest

    Gibraltar Historical Association is teaming up with Fish Creek Winter Fest to make the weekend sweeter with “All Things Chocolate,” Feb. 3, 10 am – 4 pm. Visit the Old Town Hall in Fish Creek, adjacent to the Winter Festival tent, and try chocolate-covered Oreos, pretzels and cherries, French silk pie, cheesecake and triple brownies. […]

  • Featured Pet: Lady Garland

    Meet Lady Garland. She’s a three-year-old, apricot-colored terrier mix who weighs 15-20 lbs. This very enduring and sweet girl was found as a stray right up the road from the Door County Humane Society (DCHS) at Potawatomi State Park. Lady Garland was running in the cold winter weather for at least five days before someone […]

  • Commentary: Stopping Workplace Abuse of Tomorrow

    by Patti Seger, Executive Director of End Domestic Abuse WI According to recent studies, about one third of all teens in the U.S. will experience physical, sexual or emotional abuse at the hands of a dating partner before leaving high school. Data from the 2017 Wisconsin Youth Risk Behavior Survey shows that 15 percent of […]

  • TAP’s Play Reading Festival Lineup Announced

    Third Avenue Playhouse (TAP) announces the lineup for the second annual Play Reading Festival, Feb. 16-25. This year’s festival features plays from Sarah Ruhl, C.P. Taylor, David Ives, Jen Silverman, a Midwest premiere by Bill Cain and from Wisconsin playwright Marie Kohler, who will attend the fest. Dead Man’s Cell Phone will be performed Feb. […]

  • Assembly Passes Bill Restoring Conservation Corps

    The state assembly passed a bill re-establishing the Wisconsin Conservation Corps. The bill shifts $400,000 from other state agencies toward grants for organizations working on public works projects in natural resources or cultural heritage. The projects will be required to employ men and women between the ages of 16 and 25. A matching senate bill […]

  • Menominee Tribe Files Back Forty Mine Suit

    The Menominee Tribe of Wisconsin filed a lawsuit in federal court against the Army Corps of Engineers (ACE) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) over its hands-off approach to regulating the Back Forty Mine proposed near the border of Michigan and Wisconsin along the Menominee River. The lawsuit came just before a Jan. 23 public […]

  • Sister Bay Receives 36 Applications for Administrator

    The Village of Sister Bay received 36 applications for its new village administrator. Village President Dave Lienau and trustees Denise Bhirdo and Pat Duffy narrowed the candidate list and interviewed nine applicants on Jan. 24 and 25. At the Jan. 23 Plan Commission meeting, Bhirdo said the quality of the applications were wide-ranging but the […]

  • Explore the Snow at Newport State Park During their 28th Annual Candlelight Ski

    Newport State Park will hold its 28th annual Candlelight Ski/Hike/Snowshoe event Feb. 10, 5:30-8:30 pm. Twenty-eight years ago, Newport State Park began the candlelight ski tradition in Door County. The tradition will carry on again this year as a portion of trail will come alive by candlelight, guiding skiers, hikers and snowshoers into a glowing, […]

  • Len Villano’s Pic of the Week: Senior Center Open House

    I chose this photo of the new Door County Senior Center for my pic of the week because I was very impressed not only with the new center itself but also with the exceptionally large crowd that turned out for the opening. Trying to express that in one photo turned out to be a little […]

  • Wetland Restoration Grants Available

    Conservation groups, private landowners and government organizations are encouraged to apply for a share of $2.5 million available to fund wetland restoration and mitigation projects. Proposals for the current round of funding, available from the Wisconsin Wetland Conservation Trust administered by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, are due Feb. 28 and can be used […]

  • Ski for Free Continues at Crossroads

    Snow conditions permitting, Crossroads at Big Creek will continue to offer the Ski for Free program. Ski for Free is offered on Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays from 1 – 3:30 pm. Ski equipment and snowshoes in a wide range of sizes will be available from the Maintenance Building, free of charge. This program is staffed […]

  • Natural Resources Board Passes New Manure-Spreading Rules for Karst Region

    After unanimous support from individuals and groups representing both agriculture and conservation, the Wisconsin Natural Resources Board (NRB) on Jan. 24 approved new manure-spreading rules to increase groundwater protection across 15 counties with karst geology in eastern Wisconsin. “I have never seen such full-throated support for environmental protections as I saw today from Wisconsin agriculture, […]

  • Door County Room Tax Climbs in November

    Initial room tax collections for November show a 2.2 percent increase above November 2016. Eighteen properties have yet to report for the month as of Jan. 24. Room tax collections for the year were up 3.9 percent through November, and that is likely to increase slightly as late collections are factored in. That 2.2 percent […]

  • Manners Matter: College Reunion

    Dear Mary Pat, Some of my old college friends want to get together for our 30th reunion this summer. Normally I would think that’s a great idea but I’m a little apprehensive. I had a falling out with one of the women almost 20 years ago. There isn’t any bitterness left or anything, at least […]

  • DNR Dragging Feet on High Water Mark Declaration

    The City of Sturgeon Bay is still waiting for a ruling from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources on the location of the Ordinary High Water Mark on its west waterfront, nearly five months after the DNR held a hearing on the matter. “This could have been taken care of a long time ago,” Alderman […]

  • Sandra and Wence Martinez Receive United States Artists 2018 Fellows Award

    Martinez Studio is thrilled to announce that Sandra and Wence Martinez received the United States Artists 2018 USA Fellows award. Selected from a pool of 500 nominees around the country by a panel of experts, Sandra and Wence are among this year’s 45 artists selected to receive the USA Fellows award for their creative accomplishments […]

  • Gibraltar Elementary School Nominated for Blue Ribbon School Award

    Gibraltar Elementary School is one of eight public elementary schools nominated to a national program that recognizes schools with some of the highest student academic achievement in the state or that demonstrate dramatic gains in closing achievement gaps. Schools nominated to the program must complete the Blue Ribbon Schools application and undergo the national review […]

  • Municipal Meetings: Jan. 26 – Feb. 2

    DOOR COUNTY County of Door:  The Ad Hoc Sister City Committee meets at 8:15 am Jan. 29. The Highway Committee meets at 9 am Feb. 1. The Resource Planning Committee meets at 2 pm Feb. 1. Town of Liberty Grove:  The Public Service Commission’s Wisconsin Broadband Office has approved the town’s request and certifies the […]

  • UUF Hosts Discussions with Social Justice Activist, Author

    The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Door County (UUFDC) and Write On, Door County will host author and social justice activist, Judith Gwinn Adrian, for two book discussions of In Warm Blood: Prison and Privilege, Hurt and Heart, co-authored with incarcerated artist, DarRen Morris. The book “provides, through the reflections of two persons in dialogue, inside […]

  • Letter to the Editor: More Wealth to the Rich

    I am writing this in response to Mr. Schimmer’s letter on “Compensation for Pain and Suffering.” He believes that we should be thankful for the “wealth” generated by the current administration. I take issue with his statement of the “vast majority of us who have money in a pension, IRA, 401(K), individual stocks and mutual […]

  • Commentary: Walker Targets Chicago’s Millennials With Misplaced Message

    The much-hyped campaign from the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) to attract millenials from Chicago to move to Wisconsin to work is falling flat in the city. It’s no surprise, considering it insults the lifestyles loved by the people it targets. The campaign includes posters at health clubs, ads in El train cars and buses, […]

  • Server of the Week: Lyndzi Growt

    Meet this week’s fabulous server, Lyndzi She is outgoing, adventurous and super friendly Ready to set you up with food and a tasty drink And give you a few minutes when you need time to think.   Lyndzi’s a traveling kind with a love for Wisconsin Amber Spent a year of her life living Down […]

  • Egg Harbor Library Making Final Move

    Say goodbye to the cramped quarters of the old Egg Harbor library. As of Jan. 29 it will be no more. Door County Library Director Tina Kakuske confirmed that the old library squished in between village offices and the U.S. Post Office will open its door to the public a final time on Jan. 27 […]

  • Letter to the Editor: Wedding Venue?

    I found it interesting that on page 5 of the Jan. 12-19 edition there is an article stating that Sevastopol residents were concerned that the proposed winery might be used as a wedding venue. Even though the developer claimed not to want to do that, the board eliminated a condition that may have allowed for […]

  • DCMM Offers Free Admission to Children in February

    Every Sunday in February, the Door County Maritime Museum (DCMM) in Sturgeon Bay will offer free admission to children 12 and younger with an accompanying paid adult. The museum hopes to encourage more children to take interest in the importance of local maritime history. “In order to understand what history is, this is a precious […]

  • Celebrate Valentine’s Day with Birch Creek

    Birch Creek celebrates the Valentine’s Day weekend with an evening concert of Broadway Love Songs Feb. 10 at 7:30 pm. This popular and decidedly romantic music will be performed by pianist Jodie DeSalvo of the Symphony Piano Faculty and tenor Jonathan Zeng. As the evening begins, concert guests will enjoy a selection of heavy hors […]

  • Book Review: ‘The Latehomecomer: A Hmong Family Memoir’

    When Kao Kalia Yang was very young, her father explained to her how children come into the world. “Before babies are born,” he said, “they live in the sky where they race along with the clouds and can see everything – the beauty of the mountains, the courses of streams, the dirt of the paths that […]

  • Letter to the Editor: Kohler-Andrae Land Deal

    Should Wisconsin State Park property be made available to private businesses for their private interests and profits? That surely goes against the purpose of land the public owns for the public good! Yet our Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has been working with the Kohler Company to enable that entity to expand a golf […]

  • Creative Music Series Begins in Sturgeon Bay

    “Certainly there is a lot to enjoy just taking in one of these performances,” Jon Mueller, co-founder of the BEGIN music series, said. “But the idea is that by seeing some of these different types of practice live, in person, you can learn things from that experience to go apply to your own creative work […]

  • Mark Holey Receives Distinguished Service Award from U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

    As a kid growing up in Freeport, Ill., Mark Holey developed a taste for trout fishing that he thought he could turn into a career with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. Holey was introduced to the sport of trout fishing while a sophomore in high school through the owner of a Freeport radiator shop […]

  • Letter to the Editor: Nonsensical Ban

    I read “Town of Gibraltar Bans Food Trucks” and was disturbed by the actions and implications in the story. Some of the best and reasonably priced food I have eaten has been from food trucks. The purpose of government is not to discourage capitalism, restrict free trade or competition by excessive regulation. This “banning” appears […]

  • Dems Call for Special Elections to Fill Two Empty Seats

    Depending on who you talk to, constituents of the 1st Senate District and 42nd Assembly District are either getting short-changed as far as political representation goes, or our thrifty Governor is saving taxpayer money by not holding a special election to replace the two Republican legislators who abandoned their political careers and accepted positions with […]

  • Reps in the News: Kitchens on Transfer of College Credits

    Representative Joel Kitchens Rep. Kitchens released the following statement after the Assembly voted to pass SB 407, the Transfer of College Credits for High School Students bill:  “I am incredibly pleased with the passage of my Transfer of College Credits for High School Students bill on the floor of the Assembly earlier today. This bill […]

  • Pet Talk: Cold Weather Pet Care

    Winter weather is a time to be especially mindful of our pets and what we can do to protect them from the bitter cold and other cold weather dangers. Remember, they depend on us. Keep your cat indoors, especially in the winter. Left outdoors a cat may freeze, get frostbite, become lost or be injured […]

  • Gills Rock Maritime Museum Gets New Name in 2018

    The Door County Maritime Museum-Gills Rock will be renamed the Death’s Door Maritime Museum in 2018. The name change will be celebrated with a renaming ceremony July 4, 2018. “We wanted to pique additional interest and create extraordinary excitement by changing the name to something rich in maritime lore,” said museum Executive Director Amy Paul. […]

  • Baileys Harbor, Liberty Grove Candidate Forum for County Board

    The League of Women Voters of Door County urges voters in Door County Board Supervisory District 19 to mark their calendars for a candidate forum on Saturday, Feb. 10, at 10 am. (Snow date is 7 pm Feb. 13.) The forum will be held in the Liberty Grove Town Hall, 11161 Old Stage Road. The […]

  • Celebrate the Winter with Lautenbach’s Orchard Country

    Discover the fun of winter at Lautenbach’s Orchard Country Winery & Market on Feb. 3, 10 am – 4 pm. The annual Winter Wine and Cherry Fest will include complimentary wine and product tasting – featuring the popular tart Montmorency cherry, plus an assortment of food and bakery items to purchase. The fun continues with […]

  • New Book Club at Tea Thyme

    Tea Thyme invites readers to delve into one British novel a month and discuss the book over tea and scones with friends – new and old – as part of their book club. February’s selection is Death by Darjeeling by Laura Childs. In the novel, a man is poisoned by tea, and the protagonist Thea […]

  • Cheers!: Canned IPA

      What a pretty can. A colorful mosaic, playing, of course, on the single hop series nature of this beer – Hop Screamer Mosaic IPA from Brickstone Brewery of Bourbonnais, Ill. Yum! I did not expect to like a beer with such a flaming name. First thing you get is a big piney gym sock […]

  • Robinson & Rohe Bring Songs of Love, Land to White Gull

    The singer-songwriter duo Robinson & Rohe will perform at the White Gull Inn in Fish Creek on Jan. 31. Liam Robinson and Jean Rohe have known each other for more than a decade, developing a friendship as they pursued separate careers – spanning everything from playing Brazilian jazz gigs to composing orchestral scores. Despite separately […]

  • Obituary: Diane Helen Gissell

    Diane Helen Gissell, 78, of Baileys Harbor, died Jan. 22, 2018. She was born Nov. 21, 1939 in Racine to Harry & Edna (nee Stang) Clausen. Diane was a member of Immanuel Lutheran Church in Baileys Harbor. She enjoyed entertaining and cooking with her sons and grandson. She also enjoyed traveling, motorcycling and boating on […]

  • Obituary: Jacqueline ‘Jackie’ Mary Kohlbeck

    Jacqueline “Jackie” Mary Kohlbeck, 87, of Sturgeon Bay, passed away at Rennes Health and Rehab in DePere on Jan. 19, 2018.  She was born Nov. 30, 1930, in Sturgeon Bay, to Earl and Genevieve (DeWitt) Gerlach.  On Jan. 14, 1950, she married Rubert J. Kohlbeck in Sturgeon Bay, he preceded her in death on Nov. […]

  • Obituary: Morse W. Anderson

    Morse W. Anderson, 87, of Sister Bay, died at his residence in Sister Bay on Jan. 16, 2018. His family is honoring his wish that there be no public service for him. A complete notice will be posted on when it becomes available.

  • Obituary: Esther Ruth Pierzchalski

    Esther Ruth Pierzchalski, 82, of the Town of Egg Harbor, died Tuesday morning, Jan. 16, 2018 at Good Samaritan Society – Scandia Village in Sister Bay. She was born Sept. 24, 1935 in Milwaukee, the daughter of the late Ignatius Jacob Pierzchalski and Irene Eleanor (Kostka) Pierzchalski. The family operated a mink ranch in Fifield, […]

  • Obituary: James Robert Janda

    Sergeant James Robert Janda, 48, of Sister Bay, died at home Monday, January 15, 2018. Jim is survived by the love of his life, his wife, Tracey L. (Schernig) Janda, son Nicholas, daughter Jamie (Anthony), mother Phyllis, father James (Andrea), brother John (Donna). He is also survived by his mother and father-in-law, Sandra and Bruce […]

  • Obituary: Jacqueline Hoekstra

    Jacqueline Betty Crince Hoekstra, 85, born Aug. 6, 1932, in Chicago, died Jan. 15, 2018 in Sister Bay. She was the daughter of Emily and Peter Crince. Jackie grew up in Chicago and graduated from Fenger High School. She was the proud mother of Patrice (Mark) Wagner, Michael (Colleen) Hoekstra, Denise (Don) Huntington, David (Janet) […]

  • Obituary: Kathryn ‘Kay’ Grace Bacon

    Kathryn “Kay” Grace Bacon, 76, of Sturgeon Bay, formerly of Brussels, died Sunday, Jan. 14, 2018 at her home with family at her side. She was born April 14, 1941 in Chicago, IL, the daughter of the late Andrew Thomas Pickert and Rose Ann (Crifassi) Pickert. Kay was united in marriage to Roger Charles Bacon, […]

  • Obituary: LaVerne Ruth Pizzala

    LaVerne Ruth Pizzala, 93, of Sturgeon Bay, died Sunday, Jan. 14, 2018 at Door County Medical Center. She was born January 6, 1925 in Maplewood, the daughter of the late Elmer and Martha Ruth (Lenius) Leege. LaVerne graduated from Sevastopol High School in 1942. On January 21, 1943, she was united in marriage to Henry […]

  • Hopeful Paws Dog Training Brings Free Seminars to Door County Cooperative Country Store

    The Door County Cooperative Country Store and True Value Store will host three dog training seminars. These seminars will be presented by Hope Blueberry from Hopeful Paws Dog Training and are free to the public. Seminars start at 10 am. Dates and seminar topics are: Jan. 27, Are You Fluent in Dog? – Learn to […]

  • Nicolet National Bank Makes $500 Donation to HELP of Door County

    Paula Engelbert, branch manager of Nicolet National Bank in Sturgeon Bay, presented a $500 check to HELP of Door County Executive Director Steve Vickman. Engelbert said, “Nicolet National Bank Foundation was happy to support HELP’s important work with domestic abuse survivors in Door County.” Founded in 1979, HELP of Door County’s mission is to eliminate […]

  • Gibraltar Student Council Hosts Groundhog’s Day Breakfast Feb. 2

    The Gibraltar High School Student Council will host their annual Groundhog’s Day breakfast Feb. 2, 7:30-8:30 am, in the Gibraltar Cafeteria. Doors open at 7:15 am. This annual event is designed to bring families and friends together in the dead of winter, with hopes of no shadows! The breakfast will include scrambled eggs, French toast, […]

  • 21 Gibraltar High School Students Receive AP Scholar Awards

    Twenty-one students at Gibraltar High School have earned AP Scholar Awards in recognition of their exceptional achievement on AP Exams. The College Board’s Advanced Placement Program (AP) provides willing and academically prepared students with the opportunity to take rigorous college-level courses while still in high school, and to earn college credit, advanced placement, or both […]

  • Door-Tran Services Up 25 Percent in 2017

    Door-Tran’s volunteer transportation services provided 25 percent more one-way trips in 2017 than in 2016 and 63 percent more than in 2015. “Our volunteer drivers have been very busy meeting the increased needs in our community. We are very thankful for their dedication,” said Kim Gilson, Door-Tran’s volunteer coordinator. “Our focus for 2018 will on […]

  • Kress Pavilion Holds Blood Drive Feb. 13

    The American Red Cross is holding a Northern Door blood drive Feb. 13, 9 am to 2 pm at the Kress Pavilion, 7845 Church St. in Egg Harbor. To schedule an appointment, call 800.RED.CROSS (800.733.2767) or visit

  • YMCA Introduces Latest Initiative – Character Development Learning Institute

    The Door County YMCA is holding a community breakfast Feb. 14, 8:30 am at Stone Harbor Resort in Sturgeon Bay. The keynote speaker is Dr. Tasha Nicole Johnson, senior director, Character Development Learning Institute, YMCA of USA. Join Dr. Johnson and members of the YMCA community to learn about the Y’s latest youth development initiative, […]

  • DCVB Collects 1,055 Items during Big Bundle Up Campaign

    The Door County tourism industry and local community worked together to collect 1,055 winter clothing items during the 8th annual Big Bundle Up Campaign. The campaign was led by the Wisconsin Department of Tourism and organized locally by the Door County Visitor Bureau. The Door County Visitor Bureau Welcome Center along with community visitor centers […]

  • 2017 Red Kettle Christmas Campaign Has Record-setting Year in Door County

    The Salvation Army of Door County had a record-setting and milestone-setting 2017 Red Kettle Christmas campaign thanks to the hard work and generosity of the community. A little more than $60,000 was raised, which is about a 10 percent increase from the 2016 campaign. The collected money stays in Door County to help those in […]

  • College Scholarship Awards Available for Children of Police, Fire Department Members

    The Wisconsin Electronic Security Association (WIESA), an official chartered chapter of the national Electronic Security Association (ESA), announces the availability of two $1,500 college scholarship awards for high school seniors whose parents are full-time, active members of a Wisconsin police or fire department. Through this program WIESA recognizes the academic and community achievements of the […]

  • Packerland Chiropractic Moves Office to New Sturgeon Bay Location

    Dr. Joseph Nelson of Packerland Chiropractic announced that his office is moving to 1140 Egg Harbor Road in Sturgeon Bay, next to McDonald’s. Dr. Nelson has been a chiropractor for more than 20 years and has been serving Door County for the last 15 years. He will begin treating patients at the new location beginning […]

  • Door County Maritime Museum Has Room to Rent for Meetings, Events

    The Reddin Bridge Room at the Door County Maritime Museum is available for rent for meetings and events. The room offers a beautiful view of the Sturgeon Bay working waterfront. The Bridge Room can accommodate up to 55 guests and is available for a variety of functions. Overlooking the Bay of Sturgeon Bay, the Bridge […]

  • Pulse Price Report: Jan. 24, 2018

    Crop prices (Jan. 24) Rio Creek Feed Mill – Algoma Commodity Price (per bushel) Basis Last Year Corn $3.05 -0.51 $3.04 Soybeans $9.07 -0.83 $9.56 Wheat $3.52 -0.80 $3.42 Oats $3.35 -0.57 N/A   United Cooperative – Denmark Corn $3.13/bushel -0.43 New-Crop Corn $3.39/bushel -0.50 Wheat $3.64/bushel -0.68   Basis:  The difference between the local […]