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Category: Door County News

Door County news from the pages of the Peninsula Pulse and Door County Living, the peninsula’s trusted, local sources for information about Door County, Wisconsin.

  • McNulty charged

    A look at Door County news in brief from last week.

  • LWV sponsors education study session

    A look at the news to come in Door County.

  • Short Shots from Door County Courses

    • Andrew Godfrey made an eagle at Cherry Hills on hole #5. Gofrey drove the 353-yard par 4 by cutting the corner and made a 15 footer.

  • Door County Golf Results

    CHERRY HILLS Wednesday Night 3-PersonScramble League Standings• Top 3 from each divisionPalmer Flight (10 Teams)Place Team Name Points Score Scoring Average1 Jason Fuller 88.5 30 31.72 Kevin Kasten 86 32 33.93 Jim Bilski 84.5 35 32.8 Nicklaus Flight (8 Teams)Place Team Name Points Score Scoring Average1 Brad Hunsader 90 35 36.32 Randy Dvorak 81.5 35 […]

  • Door County Golfer Profile: Robert Leist

    What got you interested in studying Golf Enterprise? Just the love of the game.

  • Gould Chomeau Results

    The 34th Annual Gould Chomeau Scholarship golf tournament took place on August 7 at Peninsula State Park Golf Course. The outing drew 80 golfers, and Jim Thompson took top honors with a 67 while Lainie Marshall took first in the women’s division with a 84.

  • Golf Tip: Bunker play

    Everyone who has played golf has heard that a bunker shot “is one of the easiest shots in the game.” For the players on the PGA Tour this holds true. As a matter of fact, under tournament conditions it is often easier for the players at the top level of the game to get the ball up and down out of the greenside bunkers than the adjacent rough.

  • Upcoming Golf Events in Door County

    • Saturday, August 20: Egg Harbor Men’s Club Big Cup at Alpine. 9 am shotgun start; 4-person scramble. Entry fee is $65 per golfer and includes 18 holes of golf, cart, lunch and prizes.

  • Valmy Thresheree Celebrates Life on the Farm

    Subtly, over the last quarter of the 20th century, American farming as we had known it disappeared. Pastoral images of the family farmer in the heartland were supplanted by the logos and marketing slogans of corporate agriculture, high science, and maximized yields.

  • Green Fact

    Driving 10 miles over the speed limit on average wastes 150 gallons of fuel each year, costing drivers approximately $500 a year in fuel.

  • Green Quote

    “The reality is not that I lack respect for the law; it’s that I have greater respect for justice. Where there is a conflict between the law and the higher moral code that we all share, my loyalty is to that higher moral code.”

  • Niagara Escarpment Fans Compare the Bruce and Door Peninsulas

    Representatives of several U.S. and Canadian groups recently met to discuss issues facing both the Door Peninsula and Bruce Peninsula in Ontario. Designated as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 1990, the Bruce Peninsula which separates Ontario’s Georgian Bay from Lake Huron, mirrors the Door Peninsula.

  • Green Drinks Continues Conversation on Food Co-op

    On Monday, August 22 Green Drinks will host the second of two public conversations about the advent of a member-owned, retail food store on Sturgeon Bay’s west side.

  • Moonpennies Electric Bikes

    There’s now another option for getting around Washington Island without a car. Moonpennies Electric Bikes, located just a few steps from the Washington Island Ferry dock, began renting electric bikes in July.

  • Door County Green Fund Accepting Applications

    The Door County Community Foundation is inviting local charities to submit grant applications for support from the Door County Green Fund. “Door County is blessed with an abundance of natural resources,” said Bret Bicoy, President & CEO of the Community Foundation.

  • Peninsula State Park Names New Superintendent

    Nearly two years after Tom Blackwood retired, Peninsula State Park finally has a new superintendent. Kelli Bruns, most recently the superintendent for Willow River and Kinnickinnic State Parks in the Hudson, Wi.

  • Restore collecting e-waste

    A look at the news to come in Door County.

  • Egg Harbor Fire Station bid awarded to Van’s

    Door County news in brief.

  • Celebrating the Life of Ginka Cohn

    Friends and family will gather to celebrate the life of Ginka Cohn Aug. 21 at 2 pm at the Door Community Auditorium in Fish Creek. The well-known Door County artist and dance instructor died May 7 at the age of 87.

  • Taking on TB: Jillian Landeck in Tajikistan

    Jillian Landek traveled to Tajikistan to survey healthcare outcomes this summer.