Category: Business

  • Tech This Out

    Though it’s only a few decades old, the Internet is already a staple in our lives. The software that allows us to surf the web, however, is constantly changing.

  • Grilling Artists at the Landmark Resort

    National grilling artists Mad Dog & Merrill, were on-location at the Landmark Resort in Egg Harbor on June 22 filming a segment of their new television series called Mad Dog & Merrill’s Midwest Grill’n.

  • Article posted Thursday, July 1, 2010 1:59pm

    • Captain Bruce Bishop offers charter sail cruises on the beautiful waters of Door County with Fish Creek’s Friendly Charters. With 42 years of sailing experience Captain Bruce Bishop is not only an adept captain, but also an adept educator with a wealth of knowledge in Door County maritime history and lore. Each sail is […]

  • The Fish Doctor

    Clients who board Dr. Lynn Frederick’s charter boat The Fish Doctor have a unique experience in that they have signed up for more than a fishing trip; they will also learn something about lake ecology.

  • Business Briefs

    • Baylake Bank was part of an elite group of customers to receive an Environmental Award from Cintas Document Management. Baylake Bank received the award for partnering in preservation of the environment while maintaining the highest level of document security. Through its utilization of a secure document destruction program in 2009, Baylake Bank saved 255 […]

  • Door County Business Briefs

    • Northern Door Communications has been awarded their 14th Agent of the Year Award at the annual agents’ meeting held in Green Bay on May 23. The company also received the 2009 Sales Achievement Award and special recognition for 20 years of agent service to Cellcom.

  • Passtimes Books

    Sometimes it’s in the blood; such might be the case with Stephen Grutzmacher, owner of Passtimes Books. His mother taught children to read, his grandmother was a librarian and his college literature professor father named him after James Joyce’s Stephen Dedalus.

  • Door County Business News May 14 – 28

    •, the highest travel website in China awarded the Linden Centre, run by Brian and Jeanee Linden of Ellison Bay, and its programs the Best Boutique Hotel in China.

  • Tech This Out

    Triumph of the Nerds, a 1996 PBS documentary, chronicles the personalization of computing, a movement led by Steve Jobs and his Apple II. Jobs has pioneered several other industries over the 30-plus years since the Apple II’s release in 1977, but his latest attempt might be his biggest challenge yet: personalizing the internet with the iPad.

  • Jerry’s Flowers

    Many people living in Northern Door can’t remember a time before Jerry’s Flowers, as Jerry and Darlene Reinhard began their business on its present site in 1960.

  • New On Deck Location a Perfect Fit

    Walking the quaint streets of downtown Sturgeon Bay, you’ll find an On Deck clothing store nestled on the corner of 3rd Avenue and Jefferson Street, as if it’s been there for decades.

  • Tech This Out

    Most computer users have had the problem at some time or another: you go to print out a document, or show a friend some pictures, and realize that your files are on another computer.

  • Notes from the Door County business community

    A quick look at Door County business news.

  • Tech This Out

    With a few hours remaining Monday, April 5, the two coach buses carrying my fellow Gibraltar High School music students and I to Disney World made an unexpected stop.

  • Do More in Door County When Liberty Square Reopens

    The last of the snow has melted away, the daffodils and trillium are blooming in the gardens and forests, and Liberty Square’s restaurants and shops are about to reopen for business.

  • Business News for May 1

    A brief look at the latest in business news from Door County.

  • Door County Business News: New Antique Store 3rd Ave. and More Notes

    • Door County’s newest antiques shop is opening in Sturgeon Bay’s historic waterfront district. Door County Traders, Eclectic Antiques & Resale is opening in the vintage 1916 brick-front McNeely building at 125 North 3rd Ave.

  • Sante Fe Shop Donating to Humane Society in April

    The Sante Fe Shop & Gallery is donating 10 percent from sales of all dog items to the Door County Humane Society in April. These include dog spa shampoo and conditioner, gourmet dog treats (many corn and wheat free), organic plush dog toys and ball launchers for those energetic dog companions.

  • Brain Drain Author to Speak in Door County

    Patrick Carr, co-author of Hollowing Out the Middle: The Rural Brain Drain and What it Means for America, will be the keynote speaker at the Door County Economic Development Corporation’s annual luncheon.

  • A glance at Door County business news

    • Door County Economic Development Corporation, Door County Visitor Bureau and 
Northeast Wisconsin Technical College present a (free) Marketing Seminar Series for Door County Business Owners April 20.