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  • Changes at DCEDC

    The Door County Business Development Center (DCBDC), the small business incubator operated and managed by the Door County Economic Development Corporation (DCEDC), welcomes a new/old client, Chapman Technical Services, to the facility, while saying goodbye to Phoenix Drafting, which has relocated.

  • Free Counseling for New and Existing Businesses

    The Door County Economic Development Corporation (DCEDC) and the UW-Green Bay Small Business Development Center will be offering free, one-on-one business counseling sessions on Thursday, September 4, 9 am – 5 pm, for any new or existing business owners in Door County.

  • Raymond James Receives Nod

    Raymond James Financial, Inc. (NYSE-RJF) ranked highest in investor satisfaction according to the J.D. Power and Associates 2008 Full Service Investor Satisfaction Study.

  • Children’s Story Time at Sister Bay Trading Company

    On July 29, 17 young guests from Northern Door Child Care Center cozied up for story time while enjoying fresh baked cookies at Sister Bay Trading Company.

  • New Yoga Teacher at The Spa

    In need of a shift in your life? Looking for less stress? Searching for balance? Yoga has recently become widely popularized as a form of exercise with monumental benefits.

  • First Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner in the County

    The Wellness Center of Door County is proud to announce the addition of the county’s first Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner to their staff. Beginning September 3, 2008 Sandy Schumacher MSN, WHNP-BC will join Nurse Practitioner, Michele Geiger-Bronsky MSN, FNP-BC in seeing patients at their Sturgeon Bay office.

  • New Project Manager for Door County Nature Works Design Gallery

    Door County Nature Works Design Gallery (Flooring and Countertop division) has named Amy Gulseth, A.D.I.D., new Project Manager. Gulseth brings with her over 19 years experience in the kitchen and bath industry and has experience with both residential and commercial projects.

  • New Business Strives to Become Door County’s Premier Dog Kennel

    On June 23, 2008, Birchwood Kennels, located at 6552 Emerald Drive in Sturgeon Bay, opened its doors to new canine friends. Tanya Weber, owner of the new kennel, has made sure that her business has the highest quality of care available for each of its four-legged guests, saying, “It is my personal goal to become the county’s premier dog kennel.

  • Peninsula State Park Superintendent Honored

    Peninsula State Park Superintendent Tom Blackwood has been named a 2008 Northeast Region Employee of the Year from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resourcs.

  • Door Peninsula Winery Receives Nods

    A slew of Door Peninsula Winery creations have been honored of late, and all of these award-winning wines are available at the old schoolhouse tasting room in Door County.

  • Bunda Joins Celeste Wegman Interiors

    Stephanie Bunda of Sister Bay has recently joined the staff of Celeste Wegman Interiors, Ephraim, as a senior design associate. Bunda is a seasoned Door County interior designer and decorator with more than 10 years experience.

  • Free Counseling for New and Existing Businesses

    The Door County Economic Development Corporation (DCEDC) and the UW-Green Bay Small Business Development Center will be offering free, one-on-one business counseling sessions on Thursday, August 7, 9 am – 5 pm, for any new or existing business owners in Door County.

  • MLC Construction Changes Name to North Bay Builders of Wisconsin

    MLC Construction announced recently that it has changed its name to North Bay Builders of Wisconsin, LLC. Its sister company, North Bay Realty, LLC, will work in unison with the building division selling resale and new construction homes.

  • Door County Nature Works Lunch, Learn & Lend a Hand

    Door County Nature Works recently hosted a Lunch, Learn & Lend a Hand design class. A group of 21 took the Door County Trolley to Horseshoe Bay Golf Club where they dined and obtained information about paint selection, window coverings, flooring and countertops.

  • DCMH Physical Therapist Earns Clinical Doctorate Degree

    Jennifer Gaddes of Sister Bay, like an increasing number of health care professionals nationwide, has earned a clinical doctorate degree. Gaddes earned her doctorate in physical therapy in May from Concordia University, Mequon.

  • Kellstrom-Ray Agency Marks 60 Years

    The Kellstrom-Ray Agency, Inc. in Sister Bay is proud to announce that 2008 marks its 60th year in business. First established in 1948 by Kermit and Marion Kellstrom as The Kellstrom Agency, the business then included both real estate and insurance.

  • FHCA Executive Director Resigns

    The Francis Hardy Center for the Arts (FHCA), a nonprofit arts organization in Ephraim, regretfully announced the resignation of Executive Director Jan Comstock.

  • W. Vartanian & Son Expands Offerings

    Wally Vartanian, Sr. and his son Wally, Jr., owners of W. Vartanian & Son, Inc. in Sister Bay, will be celebrating the grand opening of their wall to wall carpet department Thursday, June 26 – Monday, June 30.

  • Katy Rose Provisions Expands Offerings

    In 2004 Don and Gale Whitson-Schmidt opened Katy Rose Provisions in Egg Harbor as a gourmet delicatessen and catering service. In four years they have developed a loyal following amongst people seeking carry outs with a touch of “class.

  • The Francis Hardy Center for the Arts Adds New Intern

    The Francis Hardy Center for the Arts (FHCA) has named their 2008 summer intern, Rose DeHut. DeHut is an undergraduate student from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, majoring in Gallery/Museum Practices with minors in Arts Management and Graphic Arts.