Students attempted to ceremonially break ground for the 10th student-built home construction project Sept. 18 in Sturgeon Bay, but found the crusty earth at 118 N. Columbia St. to be too hard to penetrate with mere shovels. The project is sponsored by the Door County Economic Development Corp. The students from Sturgeon Bay and Sevastopol high schools are shown with Sturgeon Bay High School Technology teacher Seth Wilson, who also serves as project manager. The students will work mornings on the home while earning credits from NWTC. The single family dwelling is in the Evening Shadows subdivision behind Target. Like all the other student-built homes, once completed, this will be put on the market and sold.