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Volume 21, Issue 27 – Section 1

In this issue

  • Northern Door Volleyball League

    Standings, results and schedule.

  • Door County League Baseball

    Standings, results and schedule.

  • 2015 Women’s Double Header League Softball

    Standings As of July 6 Bley’s Bar 6-1 Casey’s BBQ & Smokehouse 6-1 Valmy Happy Hour 5-2 AC Tap 2-5 Birmingham’s Bar 2-6 Institute Saloon 1-7 Results July

  • Become Eligible to Play

    A meeting for all Sturgeon Bay High School incoming freshmen and transfer students who want to participate in fall sports during the 2015-16 school year will be held on July 20 at 6 pm in the auditorium.

  • New Report Highlights Challenges Facing Trout

    North America’s already embattled native trout populations continue to face serious threats, according to a comprehensive new report released by Trout Unlimited.

  • Making a Splash in LA

    The Door County Sturgeons played at the Underwater Hockey National Tournament in Los Angeles from June 26 – 28. They played a total of 15 games in the three-day tournament against teams from Seattle, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Minnesota, Michigan, Ohio and more.

  • Silent Sports Column

    Diet and nutrition is a hot topic in the news but it carries even more weight in the world of sports. At the elite level, one meal can be the difference between winning and driving home with only your tired legs to be proud of.

  • Read With Caution: Contains Vocabulary Some May Find Repulsive

    I am sure it comes as no surprise to anyone who reads this column, whether you are a regular or first-time reader, that I love words. Regular readers know that I have written innumerable columns about words and phrases, and new readers, I’m certain, just assume that someone who writes for a living must love words.

  • Food Safety

    73 - Percent of surveyed U.S. adults who say they are equally concerned about food safety as the war on terror

  • Eating Green

    Gluten-free is the trendiest diet in the world today. Restaurants now offer gluten free options and spaghetti and garlic bread fans are now turning to quinoa pasta and sprouted grains.

  • Article posted Thursday, July 9, 2015 2:31pm

    “Mites are probably crawling all over your face” is the title of an article that appeared in a popular science magazine. The culprits are eight-legged animals related to spiders and ticks named Demodex folliculorum and Demodex brevis.

  • Models of Sustainable Living

    When Francha Barnard planned her Baileys Harbor home, she was determined to build a space that perfectly suited the way she lives. To help her achieve her goal, she and her architect relied heavily on the principles espoused in architect Sarah Susanka’s bestselling book The Not So Big House.

  • State Parks Photos Sought

    People have until Aug. 31 to enter their favorite photographs from a Wisconsin state park, forest, trail or recreation areas in a contest with winning photos to be included in the 2016 Friends of Wisconsin State Parks Calendar.

  • Old Dairy Barn Lives Again

    The cows would never recognize their old home. The massive barn on North Kangaroo Lake Road, just off Hwy. 57 south of Baileys Harbor, was part of the former Noelck Dairy when the family of the late Florian Kwaterski bought it in 1929, the year Florian was 10.

  • Door County History in Pictures

    The swimwear fashions indicate that this photo of beachgoers was taken in the 1920s. Photo courtesy of the Door County Historical Museum, 18 N. 4th Ave.

  • Life Notes

    BIRTHS Kyle & Stephanie Vincent, Forestville, are the parents of a son born on July 4, 2015, at Ministry Door County Medical Center, Sturgeon Bay. Maternal grandparents are Lonnie and Angela Krueger, Algoma. Paternal grandparents are Sue and Al Deprez, Algoma, and Robert Vincent, Kewaunee. Tyler and Brittany De Marb, Sturgeon Bay, are the parents […]

  • Pet Talk

    Q. Why does my dog always cry when dad leaves the house?

  • Article posted Thursday, July 9, 2015 2:05pm

    If you are looking for a well-traveled man that has experienced different cultures, look no further. Pappy is a small, black and white, three-year- old Chihuahua-terrier mix.

  • Thinking Ahead to Winter

    Like most coaches, Sturgeon Bay Boys Basketball Coach Jim Benesh has a few catchphrases. Of all the things he says with regularity, the one that I think many individuals have found to be most true is, “There will come a time when the winter asks what you did in the summer.

  • Peninsula Symphonic Band Coming to Sister Bay

    Who would drive two hours to a venue, spend hundreds to thousands of dollars on equipment and instruction, devote countless hours of hard work and not be paid? Answer: A musician, all for the love of music.

  • Walker Backs Away from Changes to Open Records Law

    Hit with an avalanche of criticism from across Wisconsin, Gov. Scott Walker and Republican legislative leaders have agreed to remove language from the state budget that would have gutted the state’s open records law.

  • Cherry Festival & Sale at Sister Bay Moravian

    Sister Bay Moravian Church’s Cherry Festival & Sale takes place on July 16. Brats, hot dogs, desserts and beverages can be purchased from 11 am – 2 pm.

  • Medicine Wheel Model Workshop Offered on July 18

    Lynette Two Bulls and Phillip Whiteman Jr. will be at the Nelson Healing Center on July 18, 9:30 am – 5 pm, to lead a day of studies within the Medicine Wheel Model.

  • Aerial Acrobats in the Summer Sun

    I’ve had groups of people hiking with me in years past when quite suddenly a “flock” of dragonflies, usually the Common Green Darners, proceeded to execute spirals, loops, zigzags, stalls and other amazing aeronautical maneuvers in their insect-capturing or territory-defending ventures.

  • Join An Ongoing Meditative Journaling Group

    Author and end of life consultant Marggie Hatala will host a two part Meditative Journaling Class which will lead participants to explore “the sacred conversation within.

  • Sozo Flow and Sound of Yin Debut Yoga Summer Series

    Sozo Flow and Sound of Yin’s new yoga summer series debuts July 10 at 330 N. Third Ave. in Sturgeon Bay. This dynamic series, featuring two classes every Friday, is now open for registration.

  • “A History of Wedding Gowns” Presented at JHS Annual Meeting

    Jacksonport Historical Society’s (JHS) annual dinner meeting is on July 22 at Mr. G’s Logan Creek Grille, 5890 Hwy. 57, Jacksonport. Pat Grahn will present “A History of Wedding Gowns.

  • Old-Fashioned Ice Cream Social at Ephraim Moravian Church

    The Ephraim Moravian Church, located at 9970 Moravia St., is holding an Old-Fashioned Ice Cream Social and Silent Auction on July 18, 1 – 3 pm. Build your own ice cream sundae with all the toppings for free.

  • Greg Casperson to Lead Funeral Planning Discussion

    Northern Door Health & Wellness Ministry continues its Community Health Information Programs with an upcoming presentation on “Funeral Planning: A Discussion Every Family Needs To Have.

  • On the Road

    A Western Fox Snake lay in the warm sun in the center of the road near Sturgeon Bay Ship Canal Nature Preserve. This beautiful critter is one of my favorites (we used to call them pine snakes).

  • Interested in Being a Big Brothers Big Sisters Mentor?

    Big Brothers Big Sisters Door County program coordinator Patty O’Rourke will be available from 5 to 8 pm on Tuesday, July 21, at the Sister Bay/Liberty Grove Library.

  • Volunteer Voices

    Please allow me to introduce myself as the new executive director for the Volunteer Center of Door County. I am both excited and honored to have the opportunity to bring my full attention and energy to serving our Door County community, helping to carry on the Volunteer Center’s track record of building and strengthening volunteerism! I look forward to serving as liaison between the community and its charitable organizations, facilitating the advance of the area’s nonprofit agencies and working with people to develop connections that support causes they cherish.

  • Learn Proper Methods for Using AED and Performing CPR

    The Sister Bay & Liberty Grove Fire Department is partnering with the American Safety & Health Institute to offer classes to educate the community in the proper method of using an AED and performing CPR.

  • MDCMC’s Memory Clinic Benefits from Walk for a Cause

    Corpus Christi Church held its 2nd Annual Walk for a Cause on May 17 with proceeds benefitting the Memory Clinic of Ministry Door County Medical Center.

  • Unity Hospice Receives Grant to Help Washington Island Residents

    The Door County Community Foundation recently awarded Unity Hospice and Palliative Care a Sustainability Grant from the Health and Human Needs Fund. This grant will assist with transportation expenses to meet Washington Island’s increasing need for hospice and palliative care.

  • Attendance Keeps Growing for Olde Ellison Bay Days

    The 49th Olde Ellison Bay Days festival once again enjoyed growing attendance from those outside of Door County as well as out of state. Winners of this year’s OEBD Grande Raffle are indicative of this trend.

  • Prevent Shortage by Donating Blood

    The American Red Cross urges eligible donors to help offset a seasonal decline in donations and prevent a shortage this summer by giving blood. Donors of all blood types are needed to help ensure blood products are available to hospital patients this summer.

  • Poppy Drive on July 31 & Aug. 1 in Sturgeon Bay

    Sturgeon Bay Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3088 will be conducting their annual Buddy Poppy Drive on July 31 and Aug. 1. They will be at Econo Foods, Pick ‘n Save, and Walgreens from 8 am to 6 pm and Main Street Market from 7:30 am to 7:30 pm.

  • Volunteer at “A Celebration of HOPE”

    Plans are under way for the second Annual We Are HOPE, Inc. event, “A Celebration of HOPE.” We Are HOPE, Inc. is looking for volunteers to create centerpieces and assist in the overall event planning.

  • Grand Opening of Door County Kids/Door County Baby

    Door County Kids/Door County Baby is proud to announce a friendly grand opening of their newly opened Children’s Store on July 10 – 12 from 9:30 am – 5:30 pm, located in the Main Street Shops, downtown Egg Harbor.

  • Dentistry by Design Team Helps at Mission of Mercy

    Dentistry by Design had 10 team members travel to Fond du Lac on June 12 to help at the seventh Mission of Mercy. The large-scale charitable dental clinic provided more than $1 million in free dental care to children and adults during 1,428 patient visits on June 12 & 13 at the Fond du Lac County Fairgrounds Expo Center.

  • FSA Reminds Producers to Collect Receipts

    Tim Siehr, director of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Door County Farm Service Agency (FSA) office reminds agricultural producers that FSA provides a receipt to customers who request or receive assistance or information on FSA programs.


    Erik Newling, Riley Skiba, Dave Skiba Sr.

  • Going Whole Hog

    Here is the kind of beer story I love to hear: When Stevens Point Brewery decided the next release for its Whole Hog big beer series would be a coffee stout, they wanted to make sure it stood out from the seemingly ceaseless wave of specialty craft beers.

  • Congratulations to Sylvia Paredes, of PC Junction!

    Who is Sylvia? What is she? This week’s server, from Door County. For 10 years, at PC Junction she’s reigned Managing customers, food, and trains. With her six-year-old daughter, she loves to play When it’s warm in the summer they drive to Green Bay.

  • 5 O’Clock Somewhere

    Half a lifetime ago, I flew more than 8,000 miles from Australia to a northern Mexico border town to celebrate my birthday with my father. I had a wedding to attend in the USA later that month and spending my birthday (May 5) with my father on Cinco de Mayo seemed like a great idea.

  • Article posted Thursday, July 9, 2015 11:35am

    Dear Mary Pat, I was celebrating the 4th of July with some friends. We were all waiting for the fireworks to start and had a blanket set up on the beach.

  • Overheard and Obsessions

    Are there tid-bits of conversations you’ve heard while standing in line at the grocery store, serving a table, or walking down the sidewalk that make you smile, cringe or laugh out loud?

  • Article posted Thursday, July 9, 2015 11:32am

    What is the deepest point in the Great Lakes?

  • Pro Golf Tips

    When a new student comes to me for the first time, we spend several minutes talking about their game, their practice habits, their physical abilities and limitations, and lastly, what their goal is in getting some instruction.


    ALPINE Alpine Women’s Golf League (June 23) On June 30, eight hearty women started out on Alpine’s white #1. Twenty minutes later eight slightly wet and cold women were back at the clubhouse. The women’s league will continue at Idlewild Golf Course for one week. IDLEWILD Senior League (July 2) • Best Scores: Kent Wickman […]


    July 11: “Tee Up for Ted” golf outing benefit, Idlewild Golf Course July 15: 8th Annual DKBEP/DCHBA Golf Challenge, four-person scramble, The Orchards Golf Course, 12 pm July 15, 22, 29 and Aug. 6: Golf instruction with former LPGA professional Julie Pyne. Wednesday evenings, 6:30 -7:30 pm. $10 per person per lesson. Class size limited […]

  • Enjoy Root Beer Fest at Heritage Village

    Join Heritage Village at Big Creek for Root Beer Fest on July 12 at 2 pm. The Door County Historical Society will celebrate all things root beer with the festival patterned after an Octoberfest celebration.

  • Paul Burton to Lead Dragonfly Workshop

    A wide variety of specialty hikes are featured throughout July at The Ridges Sanctuary. Discovery Bird Hikes will be held on July 11 and 18 at 6:30 am, while those wishing to sleep in a bit can opt for a Not-So-Early Bird Hike on July 18 at 9 am.

  • Anderson Docks-ology Ecumenical Sunset Services Begin

    The fifth season of the Anderson Docks-ology ecumenical sunset services began on July 8 and will continue on July 15 with Father David Ruby of Stella Maris Parish.

  • Entires Needed for Classic & Wooden Boat Festival

    The Door County Maritime Museum’s Classic & Wooden Boat Festival is making its annual call for entries for the various events associated with the festival.

  • Gibraltar Talks Series Features Eagle Bluff Lighthouse

    Gibraltar Talks 2015 presents “Eagle Bluff Lighthouse & Duclan Family Memories” on July 16 at 7 pm at the Old Town Hall in Fish Creek. In October 1868, the lamp at Eagle Bluff Lighthouse was turned on for the first time, and the beam of light has shone brightly for the past 147 years.

  • Vendor Spaces Available for Stuff-o-Rama Flea Market

    On July 18, the Stuff-o-Rama flea market will be held on the grounds of Domicile in Sister Bay from 8 am to 3 pm. Come browse vendors showing anything and everything including antiques, vintage clothing and accessories, glassware, jewelry, furniture, baseball and sports cards, household items, craft supplies, and treasures of all variety.

  • “All Things Lavender” Festival at Fragrant Isle

    Fragrant Isle will host its inaugural “All Things Lavender” Festival on July 24 – 26 on Washington Island. Travel across Lake Michigan and celebrate the start of harvest season and all things lavender.

  • Organist in Concert at Shepherd of the Bay

    Shepherd of the Bay Lutheran Church is pleased to present organist Blake Doss in an afternoon concert on July 12 at 4 pm. Doss is currently the principal organist at First Presbyterian Church in Neenah, Wis.

  • Midsummer’s Music to Play at Weider Center

    On July 14 at 7 pm, student musicians from the Fine Arts Summer Bootcamp 2015 will be treated to a world class music concert by Door County’s Midsummer’s Music ensemble at the Weidner Center in Green Bay.

  • Creative Kids Day at Northern Sky Theater

    For more than a decade, Northern Sky Theater has offered a day of creativity dedicated to children and teens interested in learning more about what it means to be part of a professional musical theater troupe in Door County – Creative Kids Day.

  • Peninsula Players Present “Dial M for Murder”

    Peninsula Players Theatre continues its 80th season July 8 – 26 when it presents the classic suspense-filled thriller, Dial M for Murder by Frederick Knott.

  • “Educating Rita” Continues at TAP

    The first play of the 2015 summer/fall season for Third Avenue Playhouse’s (TAP) Stage Door Theatre Company – Educating Rita – began its run on July 9.

  • Parks, Phillips & Co. Perform at St. Peters Lutheran Church

    Parks, Phillips & Co. will be in concert at 6:30 pm on July 19 at St. Peters Lutheran Church, located at 316 W. Main Street in Forestville. The concert will feature songs from the band’s newly released CD, The Journey On My Mind, as well as other favorites.

  • Local Students Fill Three Seats at Birch Creek

    Birch Creek Music Performance Center is hosting three local Door County students this season during their Symphony, Jazz I, and Jazz II sessions. Jonathan Bass, piano, returns this year from Washington Island as a Symphony student and will also attend Jazz II for the first time.

  • Claudia Russell Brings Americana to Woodwalk Concert Series

    Woodwalk Concert Series welcomes Claudia Russell on July 10 at 7 pm. Russell is well known for her fabulous voice and inspired guitar playing, and also from many fall Northern Sky Theater (formerly American Folklore Theatre) shows.

  • “A Night to Remember” at DCA

    On July 11 at 8 pm, Door Community Auditorium (DCA) will present a performance of A Night to Remember, an exuberant night of musical storytelling that pays tribute to the night when Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, and Johnny Cash gathered at Memphis’ Sun Studios for a historic night of music.

  • The Hunt Family to Take the Peg Egan PAC Stage

    On July 12 at 7 pm, The Hunt Family will take the stage at the Peg Egan Performing Arts Center (PAC) in Egg Harbor. The Hunts are an indie-folk band from the southlands of Chesapeake, Virginia.

  • The Answer, The Revival and Quaker City Night Hawks Headline Burning Cow

    The Burning Cow Music Festival takes place July 23 – 25 on the Door Devils Motorcycle Club grounds, next to the Wisconsin Motorcycle Memorial north of Sturgeon Bay.

  • Russell Howard Returns to County for Fishstock

    Charlotte, North Carolina-based singer/songwriter Russell Howard has a long and special history in Door County. Having spent nearly every August of his early life on the peninsula, Howard will return Aug.

  • WiFEE and THE HUZz BAND Have the “Coolest Song in the World”

    How does it feel to have a song selected to air as “Coolest Song in the World” on a radio station that broadcasts to 1.2 million listeners in North America, as well as to 190-plus other countries worldwide? WiFEE and THE HUZz BAND is about to find out.

  • Meditation and Breathing Classes at Nelson Healing Center

    Nelson Healing Center began Meditation and Breathing classes on July 9. It is a free four-session series, with following classes on July 16, 23 & 30 from noon to 1:30 pm.

  • The Art and Craft of Taxidermy

    Master taxidermist Mike Orthober will be at the Door County Historical Museum most of the day on July 18 demonstrating the art and craft of taxidermy as he mounts a specimen for the museum’s permanent wildlife diorama.

  • Bj?rklunden Seminars Focus on Philosophy and the Third Reich

    From Aug. 2 – 7, Lawrence University’s Bj?rklunden is offering these seminars: “What is There?…and Why?” with Terry Goode and “The Third Reich Through German Eyes” with Geoff Bakewell.

  • Italy, France & Beyond

    Ed Fenendael and Frank Villigan, owners of Morning Mist Studio, Lupine Antiques and the Inn at Windmill Farm in Door County, usually spend the winter on Isla Mujeres in Mexico.

  • Ellison Bay Representation

    Linden Gallery is pleased to present the work of Egg Harbor jewelry artist Angela Lensch. She is known in Door County for her meticulous woven gold and silver work, and her sense of design and color.

  • More Than Quilts

    The upcoming Amish Quilt and Craft Show will be held at Mr. G’s Hall on Highway 57 just south of Jacksonport from 9 am to 5 pm, July 9 – 12. More than 100 Amish-made quilts will be featured in a variety of styles, patterns and colors.

  • Pro Golf Tips: Short game, Short Course, Lower Scores

    When a new student comes to me for the first time, we spend several minutes talking about their game, their practice habits, their physical abilities and limitations, and lastly, what their goal is in getting some instruction.

  • Chroma Gala

    Plum Bottom Pottery and Gallery invites the community to its 9th annual summer art gala, “Chroma,” on July 12, 4 – 7:30 pm. See the newest work from more than 30 of Plum Bottom’s nationally collected artists while enjoying wine and hors d’oeuvres.

  • Different Painting Language

    Inspired by floral and nature imagery, Daniel Klewer filters his subject matter through his unique way of interpreting composition and color, the end result, unrecognizable and familiar at the same time.

  • Family Dysfunction and Greed: Island Players prepare Tennessee Williams’ “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof”

    “I wanted to come back to the play after having lived,” director Andy Sachs said. Sachs directs the Washington Island Players’ upcoming production of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, which opens July 17.

  • Alive with Color

    The Door County Art League (DCAL) Gallery, Fish Creek, features the artwork of Polly Joubert and Karen Shanahan, for the week July 11 – 17. Acrylic painter Joubert describes her art as narrative painting in the folk art tradition.

  • Hardy Announces Award Winners

    The Hardy Gallery is pleased to announce its 53rd annual Juried Exhibit award winners. Out of 111 works of art received during the wall-to-wall exhibit, 60 were selected by a panel of jurors to be on display for the 53rd annual Juried Exhibit.

  • Art, Music and A Market

    The Corner of the Past in Sister Bay presents an art fair featuring Door County Art League (DCAL) artists plus folk music and a farmers’ market on July 11, 9 am – 4 pm, on Highway 57 at Fieldcrest Road.

  • Island Players Share A Story That Needed to Be Told

    This past May, an original play, Dear Rhoda, was previewed on Washington Island by Island Players. The preview of the play was sold out and was met with much enthusiasm from the audience.

  • Paper Team

    Jeanne Dana, a husband/wife artist team, is now featured at the Santa Fe Shop in Fish Creek and showing their recycled paper art. The Jeanne Dana Paper Mill creates art from paper and recycled glass.

  • Bring Metal for Commissioned Work

    Woodwalk Gallery presents its second exhibit showing with works by Colette Odya-Smith and Kelly 
Bresnahan. The exhibit opens with a reception July 12, 4:30 – 6:30 pm with an artist talks at 5:15 pm, food, beverages 
and plasma cutting demonstrations.

  • Sutra’s First Open House

    Visit Sutra Gallery on July 18, 4 – 7 pm, for the gallery’s first open house. There will be appetizers and refreshments, good company and, most importantly, great art.

  • Ephraim Historical Foundation Exhibit Features Prominent Local Architect

    What if there had been no Frank Lloyd Wright on the Chicago architecture scene in the early 1900s? And what if anti-German sentiment had not unleashed the frenzy that interrupted so many lives during World War I? These and other questions are posed at the Ephraim Historical Foundation’s engaging exhibit, William Bernhard, Architect: Connecting the Dots.

  • Creating Characters

    Tall or short? Cheerful or grim? Blond or brunette? Learn how to write beyond superficial descriptions and create multi-dimensional characters with the workshop “Creating Characters that Connect with Readers,” from Write On, Door County.

  • Yoga: Not Guerilla, but Great

    I was surprised to find camouflage, the favored print of Guerillas and northern Wisconsinites, absent from Guerilla Yoga, a free class offered in Sturgeon Bay’s Martin Park, last Saturday.

  • The Bestseller List

    TRADE PAPERBACK FICTION 1. Station Eleven, by Emily St. John Mandel 2. Grey, by E.L. James 3. The Martian, by Andy Weir 4. Ordinary Grace, by William Kent Krueger 5.

  • Cory Chisel & The Wandering Sons Headline “Celebrate Community” Concert July 14

    On Tuesday, July 14 at 7 pm, national touring artist Cory Chisel & The Wandering Sons will headline Ministry Door County Medical Center’s outdoor “Celebrate Community” concert series.

  • Hall of Heroes: Birch Creek opens symphony series

    Sometimes the clouds of white hair filling a concert hall seem to presage the doom of classical music. But a visit to the Birch Creek Music Performance Center symphonic concert series is a reassuring experience.

  • Representatives in the News

    Representative Joel Kitchens Kitchens’ microbeads legislation was signed into law by Governor Scott Walker, along with two other bills relating to optometrists and habitually truant students.

  • Taking a Stand Against Phragmites

    Last fall the Town of Jacksonport got serious in its desire to eradicate Phragmites by adopting an ordinance that allows for daily fines of $50 to $200 for residents who fail to destroy noxious weeds on their property.

  • Paddling to Plum Island

    Crossing Death’s Door used to be a task for only the bravest of ship captains. The Porte des Morts is believed to harbor more shipwrecks than any section of fresh water in the world.

  • Egg Harbor’s Loss Is Sturgeon Bay’s Gain

    Josh Van Lieshout recalled that one of the interview questions he was asked when applying for the position of administrator of the City of Sturgeon Bay was what does he hope people remember about him in 20 years.

  • Municipal News

    City of Sturgeon Bay:  Finance and Purchasing & Building Committees meet at 4 pm on July 14. County of Door:  The Finance Committee meets at 2 pm on July 13.

  • Bulletin

    WHAT HAPPENED  • The Door County Sheriff’s Department is looking for a missing person who was last seen in the Ephraim area of northern Door County on June 29, 2015.

  • Paddling Past Cancer

    Life after Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia requires emotional healing. Surviving the valley of the shadow of death is no instant triumph. Two years following my bone marrow transplant, I was walking on the beach at Wisconsin’s Newport State Park and saw my shadow.

  • A Mystery of History: Waseda Farms owner seeks details on Logerquist logo

    Tom Lutsey is hoping to solve a mystery he and artist Rick Brawner uncovered while repainting the Logerquist sign on the 1889-vintage barn in Jacksonport.

  • What To Do In Door County This Weekend: July 10-12

    Looking for something to do this weekend? Check out our top picks from July 10-12. Friday, July 10 Geology of Eastern Wisconsin at Potawatomi State Park:Join guest speaker Ron Steglitz for the interesting story of how massive glaciers and warm seas contributed to the formation of the Door Peninsula.