• Oct. 16 – 30

    • The Sturgeon Bay City Council postponed discussion and action on turning the rest of the one-way streets downtown into two-way streets. Two aldermen were not in attendance at the Oct.

  • Coming Up

    • Veterans Day ceremonies will be held Nov. 11 at Sevastopol School and on Washington Island at the Trueblood Performing Arts Center. The Sevastopol ceremony will begin at 10 am and will feature guest speaker Colonel Thomas “Tim” Lawrie.

  • Oct. 2 – 9

    • BadgerCare Plus Core Plan enrollment was scheduled to be suspended by the state of Wisconsin at noon on Oct. 9. New applications will be added to a waiting list.

  • Oct. 9 – 16

    • Gibraltar/ Sevastopol soccer will play Southern Door in the first round of the WIAA soccer playoffs Oct. 13 at 4 pm. The game will be played at the Baileys Harbor Recreation Park on Summit Road just south of town.

  • Sept. 4 – 18

    • The Sister Bay Parks Committee and citizens discussed the expansion of the swimming pier at the village’s public beach Sept. 15. JJR Engineers presented a plan that would extend the pier by 60 feet.

  • Sept. 18 – Oct. 2

    • The Door County Sheriff’s Department is sponsoring a medication collection day Sept. 26 from 9 am – noon. Turn in old human prescription meds, over-the-counter meds, liquids, creams and pills at the Sister Bay/ Liberty Grove Fire Station at 2258 Mill Road or at the Door County Justice Center, 1201 S.

  • Sept. 4 – 18

    • The Door County Board of Supervisors is accepting applications for the recently vacated seat of District No. 13 supervisor Will Jeanquart. Anyone interested in the position should submit a letter of interest to County Administrator Michael Serpe at 421 Nebraska Street, Sturgeon Bay, 54235.

  • Aug. 28 – Sept. 3

    • Southern Door and Sturgeon Bay schools received over $700,000 in federal stimulus funds. Southern Door will get $314,957, including $65,567 in Title I funds, $238,132 in IDEA K-12 funds and $11,258 in IDEA Preschool funds.

  • Aug. 28 – Sep. 4

    Bay Shipbuilding Company, a subsidiary of Fincantieri Marine Group LLC, in Sturgeon Bay will lay off 405 employees, beginning in October.

  • Aug. 28 – Sept. 4

    • Sevastopol School will host a pre-K through grade 6 Open House on Sept. 2 from 5:30 – 7:30 pm for parents and students to meet teachers, settle into their desk and locker, and gather more information.
  • Home Sales Drop 22 Percent in Door County

    Wisconsin ranked 26th in the nation in beach water quality in the Natural Resources Defense Council’s annual review. Just six percent of Door County’s water samples exceeded maximum bacterial standards in 2008, well below the state average of 14 percent.

  • Aug. 21 – 28

    • The Sevastopol School District annual meeting will held Aug. 25 at 6:30 pm in the multi-purpose room. Among the agenda items is the annual financial report, presentation of next year’s budget, and the State of the District 2008 – 09 academic progress report. The board will also approve the 2009 – 10 school tax […]

  • Aug. 1 – 13

    • The City of Sturgeon Bay endorsed a plan to establish a 322-acre nature preserve along Lake Michigan and the Ship Canal. Sturgeon Bay Utilities, which owns the property, will enter into an offer to purchase with the Door County Land Trust.

  • Aug. 14 – 20

    • The National Hockey League’s greatest prize is visiting Door County Aug. 18. Left-winger Ruslan Fedotenko of the Pittsburgh Penguins will bring the Stanley Cup, given to the league’s champion each June, to the peninsula, where he owns a home, according to a report in the Janesville Gazette.

  • July 24 – 31

    • The City of Sturgeon Bay and WireTech have come to an agreement to relocate the business to the industrial park on the city’s west side.

  • July 31 – August 12

    • The City of Sturgeon Bay has posted a survey at to gather public input about how it should manage the “Canal Property.

  • July 17 – 24

    • A report on obesity in the U.S. ranked Wisconsin 16th in the nation. An estimated one million Wisconsin adults were classified as obese, or 26.

  • July 24 – 31

    Coming Up

    • To accommodate its sesquicentennial event, the Sevastopol Town Board of Supervisors will meet Monday, July 27, at 7 pm instead of its regularly scheduled meeting July 20.

  • July 10 – 17

    What Happened

    The Republican field of candidates aiming to take out Congressman Steve Kagen (D-Appleton) grew to three. Reid Ribble, a Kaukauna roofing contractor, announced his candidacy for the 8th Congressional District, which includes Door County.

  • July 17 – 24

    Coming Up

    • The Town of Baileys Harbor will consider implementing an architectural review committee at a special joint meeting of the Town Board and Plan Commission Aug.