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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.

  • Emilie Coulson: A Life in Writing

    From the time they were young girls, Emilie Coulson and Katie Dahl have been summer best friends in Door County. They both loved American Folklore Theater (AFT) where they worked as volunteers.

  • Wellness Center of Door County Expansion Update

    The Wellness Center of Door County’s expansion project is making progress. Framing, plumbing and electrical are finished, as well as wiring for data and telephone.

  • What Next? of Door County

    Ever since moving to Door County in 1976, Mary Stephens has been asking herself, “What next?” The answer usually involves making and selling women’s clothing.

  • City grapples with budget cuts

    A brief look at last week’s Door County news.

  • Liberty Grove offering well testing program in June

    A look at the news to come in Door County.

  • Wisconsin Voter ID Bill Signed Into Law

    A new voting law requires Wisconsin residents to show photo IDs at the polling place to vote.

  • Upcoming Door County Golf Events

    • Friday, June 3: Gibraltar Booster Club at The Orchards. 9-hole, 4-person scramble. 4:30 pm shotgun start (3:30 pm registration). $50 per golfer. Call Josh Kropuenske (920.839.2559). • Sunday, June 5: The Pink Classic at Horseshoe Bay. 18-hole, 4-person scramble. 8 am registration. $125 per golfer ($20 for non-golfers food, raffle and music by Big […]

  • Ask the Pro

    QUESTION from Mike Lautenbach of Jacksonport: I’m in the market for new clubs. How important is custom fitting? What should I be looking for when purchasing new clubs?

  • Short Shots

    Saturday the 21st was a great day for playing golf. Dustin Fritsch, who was in my foursome that day, hit his ball over the green on the par-five number 16 at Peninsula. We all searched a bit for his ball until Dustin found it cleverly hidden in the notch of this tree.

  • Player Profile

    Age: 35 Occupation: Manager of Golf Course Maintenance at Horseshoe Bay Golf Club Home Course: Horseshoe Bay Golf Club Handicap: Currently 7.7, been as low as a 3 Years Playing: Since I was six-years-old Best 18-hole score: 70 at Maxwelton Braes – I was 16 or 17-years-old. Back then I worked there and I used […]

  • Wuollett Stands Tall Among The Boys

    She may be small in stature, but Gibraltar High School senior Tori Wuollett stands tall among the boys as the only female Varsity golfer in the Packerland Conference.

  • Seaquist Orchards, Wiretech Nab DCEDC Awards

    The Seaquist family of Dale and Kristin Seaquist and Jim and Robin Seaquist earned the Door County Economic Development Corporation’s (DCEDC) Entrepreneur of the Year award today, while Wiretech was named the Industry of the Year.

  • Marketing Fund Agreement Reached

    After months of debate the Door County Visitor Bureau board of directors decided that giving a little more money to the City of Sturgeon Bay was a small price to pay to keep the Door County Tourism Zone together.

  • Protecting a Grand View

    The Door County Land Trust has entered into a purchase agreement to acquire and permanently protect what is commonly referred to as “the Grand View property” at the top of the hill entering Ellison Bay.

  • Go Local: Door County Living Magazine

    There’s no better way to get in touch with the heart of Door County culture than through the pages of Door County Living magazine. The early summer edition is now on newsstands throughout the peninsula.

  • In Memoriam: Ginka Cohn Dies at 87

    Well-known Door County artist and dance instructor Ginka Cohn died Saturday at age 87. Cohn founded the Potters Wheel Gallery in Fish Creek with her husband, potter Abe Cohn, in 1956.

  • Comparing Notes On Democracy

    A delegation from Azerbaijan came to the United States to learn about American democracy in May and found themselves struck by the mundane.

  • Mojo Rosa’s Wins Sign Battle

    Door County Judge Todd Ehlers finally settled a long-simmering dispute between the Village of Egg Harbor and business owner Kim Jensen May 6, declaring that the roses painted on her building don’t represent signage in violation of the village’s sign ordinance.

  • DCEDC Annual Meeting May 25

    • The Door County Economic Development Corporation will host its annual investors meeting and luncheon Wednesday, May 25 at the Stone Harbor Resort and Conference Center in Sturgeon Bay.

  • Independent Woman

    Patti Ligman of Sturgeon Bay says she owes her life to a dog named Zeus. It’s not a rescued-from-a-burning-building or a saved-from-drowning tale of canine heroism, but a life-changing story all the same.