• June 26 – July 3

    • Legislation co-sponsored by Rep. Garey Bies (R-Sister Bay) to address drunk driving laws was approved by the Assembly Committee on Public Safety.

  • June 26 – July 3

    • Gibraltar School in Fish Creek will host a basketball skills camp June 30 and July 1. Mike Lee of Ganon Baker Basketball will teach fundamental skills, attacking the rim, and advanced ball-handling techniques.

  • Happened in Door County: May 29 – June 12

    Ephraim altered its process for selecting its Fyr Bal Chieftain, reverting to the format it had used in previous years. Eligible Fyr Bal Chieftain voters may cast their vote at the Ephraim Visitor Information Center on a write-in ballot before Friday, June 19 at 3 pm.

  • Coming up in Door County: June 12 – 26

    Egg Harbor will choose a new fire chief at its June 18 village board meeting. Former chief Mark Bogenshutz sent the village a letter stating he was no longer interested in the position.

  • May 15 – 29, 2009

    • Late Gibraltar teacher and baseball coach Rodney “Chief” Billerbeck was honored by Inside Wisconsin Sports magazine. The publication dedicated its June issue to Billerbeck “for his lifelong contribution to Wisconsin high school baseball.

  • May 29 – June 12, 2009

    • The Door County Information Services Committee will meet June 3 at the Door County Government Center in Sturgeon Bay. An update on the status of the Norlight Communications proposal to build a fiber pipeline from Sturgeon Bay to Sister Bay is expected.

  • May 15 – 29, 2009

    • The Wisconsin Legislature reached a compromise on a statewide workplace smoking ban. The ban, including restaurants and taverns, would begin July 5, 2010. Several Door County taverns went smoke-free in the last year in anticipation of such a move. Existing cigar bars and smoke shops are exempt from the ban. Fines for smoking in […]

  • May 15 – 29, 2009

    • A preliminary report by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said the dredging of the St. Clair River is not to blame for the drop in water levels in Lake Michigan and Lake Huron. The International Joint Commission, collaborative effort between the U.S. and Canada, performed the $3.6 million study. The study blames an […]