Category: Business

  • Veterans Service Office’s Employment Program Reminders

    The Door County Veterans Service Office remind veterans and business owners of employment programs. To help veterans, the government created the Returning Heroes Tax Credit, providing companies up to $5,600 in tax credits for each unemployed veteran hired.

  • Unity Announces Hire of Darelynn Louscher

    Unity, leaders in hospice and palliative care, recently announced the addition of Darelynn Louscher, MSN, APNP, to its clinical team as a full-time nurse practitioner.

  • New Century Service Offers New High Speed Internet Service

    New Century Service announced that it now provides Exede high speed Internet service to the Door and Kewaunee County area. Exede Internet offers speeds up to 12 Mbps downstream and up to 3 Mbps upstream beginning at $49.

  • Cindy Koutnik Awarded e-PRO® Certification

    Cindy Koutnik of Action Realty was recently awarded the e-PRO® Certification, the official technology certification program offered by the National Association of Realtors® (NAR).

  • Amy J. Ludwigsen Named Door Shakespeare’s New Managing Director

    Amy J. Ludwigsen was recently named as the new Managing Director for Door Shakespeare. A graduate of Northwestern University, Ludwigsen recently received her Master’s Degree in Classical and Contemporary Text from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in Glasgow.

  • Bayside Bakery Opens for Second Season

    Bayside Bakery & Café opened for their second season in Sister Bay. They offer “Made from Scratch” bakery, fresh deli salads, smoothies and lunches that can be eaten in their garden area or in the upstairs loft.

  • Blue Horse Bistro Hopeful for Summer Re-opening

    A permitting hang-up has stalled the re-opening of the Blue Horse Bistro in Fish Creek. Co-owner Carina Helm says she and business partner Eric Rasmusson encountered an unexpected permitting issue and have been stuck in neutral as they await final approval to complete the remodeling of their new location across from the Fish Creek beach.

  • Sister Bay Marina Expansion

    Sister Bay Marina recently expanded and now boasts more slips and amenities than any other in Northern Door. “The new marina means a greater maritime experience for both visitors and residents of Sister Bay,” commented Sister Bay Village Administrator Robert Kufrin, Sister Bay Marina has 100 seasonal slips, 40 transient slips and 10 commercial slips.

  • Mindful Living Offers Yoga and Reiki Sessions

    Mindful Living offers yoga and Reiki services in many Door County locations. Patti Wagner, owner of Mindful Living, is a certified yoga teacher, life coach and Reiki master.

  • Greens N Grains Adds Specialty Foods Chef Jesse Frye

    Greens N Grains Deli recently added seating, a full service coffee and espresso bar and a full time specialty foods chef, Jesse Frye. The deli menu now features whole grain, organic, vegan and gluten-free options like Frye’s latest favorite, the Apple Cheddar Panini.

  • 4th Zip Line Added to Gravity Trails

    Gravity Trails Zip Line and Kayak Tours added a fourth zip line to their canopy tour of the Sand Bay Trail. The new zip line soars through maples, cedars, and pines, and is the longest and fastest zip line on the tour.

  • MacReady Artisan Bread Company Opens for their 1st Season

    The MacReady Artisan Bread Company opened for its first season in Egg Harbor. The new bakery features handcrafted artisan breads and gourmet accompaniments, including extra virgin olive oils and sweet and savory Wisconsin butters.

  • DCVB Launches Unique Marketing Campaign

    The Door County Visitor Bureau (DCVB) enlisted Minnesota taxi cab drivers to promote Door County’s water recreation possibilities. Seven different taxicabs in the Minneapolis/St.

  • Mark Murphy was Keynote Speaker at DCEDC’s Annual Investors Meeting

    On April 25, 350 community and business leaders attended the Door County Economic Development Corporation (DCEDC) annual investors meeting to make it the most well attended annual meeting in DCEDC history.

  • Grand Opening of the Wickman House

    The Wickman House’s grand opening is set for May 26 and features live music performances, an extended happy hour, and half-off the Raw Bar. Wickman House servers – clad in bowties and starched white aprons – will serve an eclectic mix of surf and turf favorites from a menu of local and seasonal ingredients from area farms and gardens.

  • Dovetail Trading Opens May 25

    Terry and Linda Hedeen-Wurster announce the Sister Bay General Store located along Highway 57 will open on May 25 under the new name Dovetail Trading.

  • Trio Opens for 20th Season

    Trio Restaurant in Egg Harbor will begin their 20th season with select $20 bottles of wine on Thursdays and price fixed menus on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays until 6:30 pm.

  • Door County Distillery to Produce Ridges Gin

    Door County Distillery in Carlsville will produce Ridges Gin, with juniper harvested sustainably from Door County properties. Ridges Gin will have a special release bottling for The Ridges Sanctuary 75th Anniversary.

  • Sister Bay Considers Burying Power Lines

    Is improving village aesthetics worth another substantial municipal investment in Sister Bay? That’s the question the village board will soon face. Trustees will gauge public opinion at an informational hearing May 22.

  • Dwindling Tart Cherry Crop

    Tart cherry bloom was earlier than normal this year; and unlike other years, this season’s bloom is not promising a bountiful harvest. Unseasonably warm temperatures left tree fruit buds so advanced that in late March trees were damaged when exposed to a wind freeze.