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  • By the Numbers

    A look at the world in numbers.

  • County Home Sales Steady in July

    Door County homes sales and prices held steady with 2007 numbers in the second quarter of this year but are still far off 2005 levels.

  • Door County Businesses Co-op Could Cut Health Insurance Cost

    A Green Bay organization is attempting to flip the health care system on its head, and now they want to bring Door County businesses into the mix.

  • Gibraltar Gets A Facelift

    When school resumes in September, students at Gibraltar School may scarcely recognize their newly refurbished digs thanks to a $4 million renovation.

  • Hervy Hodges Enriches Lives of Door County Youth

    Hervy Hodges was named Door County’s Volunteer of the Year for good reason. The Milwaukee native makes peninsula kids a priority and his impact is far-reaching.

  • Sister Bay Trading to Make Donation to Altrusa

    On Saturday, August 23 Sister Bay Trading Company, a fine furnishings and award-winning interior design studio, will be donating 10 percent from all retail sales for the day to the Altrusa Club of Door County.

  • PMI to Present Baylake Bank Tall Ship Festival 2010

    PMI will stage the Baylake Bank Tall Ship Festival on August 13 – 15, 2010 in downtown Green Bay. After a successful 2006 tall ship festival in Green Bay in which PMI was the event operator, PMI will be sole event organizer and operator in 2010, working in partnership with the City of Green Bay and Baylake Bank.

  • 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.

  • Getting To Know the Candidates

    The Pulse asks the candidates competing to represent us in Madison the questions on the minds of voters.

  • Sustainable Pulse Profile: Michelle Hefty, Newport State Park

    Michelle Hefty is the Park Manager at Newport State Park. As she described it, her job includes many things, but basically, “working for the smooth operation of the park.

  • Grappling with $4 Gas

    A study of the 50 largest United States cities by Common Current ranks metropolitan areas by their readiness to deal with $4 per gallon gas prices. While public transportation was a major factor, the study also took into account degree of sprawl, rate of usage of oil for heating, and the percentage of people who telecommute.

  • Green Grapes Make Good Business, Not Wine

    Kayaking, hiking, hybrid vehicles and granola will have to make room for wine in Door County. You no longer have to gauge your greenness when you decide to visit the tasting room at Door Peninsula Winery, Wisconsin’s largest producer of wine in the state and Door County’s original winery.

  • Sister Bay Considers TIF District:Creation could fund array of projects

    When the Village of Sister Bay bought Helm’s Four Seasons Motel last year and announced plans to take on a number of costly projects in the downtown business district, it begged one very obvious question – where would the money come from?

  • By the Numbers

    A look at the world in numbers.

  • Gas Prices Change Habits on Door County’s Water

    “Remember that man who used to come up every summer?” Robbie Leclair asks Christy Sully, both dockmasters in the Sister Bay Marina office on a busy Monday morning.

  • Egg Harbor Will Proceed with Marina Project

    Despite a referendum on the Nov. 4th ballot seeking voter approval for an ordinance that would require the village to submit for voter approval any capital improvement project exceeding $1 million, the Village of Egg Harbor has decided to proceed with its $7.

  • Nik’s Knock

    Nik Garvoile started publishing Knock, his literary journal, a year and a half back, and now the slim magazine gives voice to the peninsula’s creative forces.

  • “The French Connection”

    Joel Kersebet’s journey to Door County was longer than most, but Sister Bay is now definitely the Frenchman’s “Base Camp.”