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Incumbent Bob Schlicht will again run again for the 7th District aldermanic seat he currently holds on the Sturgeon Bay city council.  Schlicht says he is running again because he wants to contin...more>>
Area farmers should markdown Saturday, March 21 on their calendars.  The Rural Enterprise Network is sponsoring a Growing Connections seminar in Algoma called “Turning A Profit on Small Far...more>>
Incumbent Dan Wiegand will square off with challenger Kelly Catarozoli for the District 1 Aldermanic seat in Sturgeon Bay.  Wiegand says he was surprised at the turnout from the primary election ...more>>
The state Assembly Transportation Committee voted 12-1 in favor of increasing speed limits on some Wisconsin highways and freeways on Tuesday.  Door County Sheriff Steve Delarwelle does not think...more>>
The Door County YMCA hosted over 100 members of the community to the Stone Harbor Resort in Sturgeon Bay to recognize great donors and generate support for its annual campaign. Following a light ...more>>
Local philanthropists Chuck and Pat Stage were named the 2015 YMCA Book of Honor Recipients at Door County YMCA Community Breakfast this morning. The Stage family was honored for their commitment to t...more>>
Food is not the only way people are served at the Kewaunee County Food Pantry. The Algoma-based organization also accepts donations of furniture to sell. Kewaunee County Food Pantry president Ken Marq...more>>
The Wisconsin State Assembly has a long day ahead of itself as it plans for 24 hours of debate on Right to Work legislation today. The proposed measure would make labor contracts requiring mandatory u...more>>
What started as a conversation between family and friends has turned into a full write-in campaign. Will Gregory announced his candidacy for the Sturgeon Bay Common Council District 7 seat last week. ...more>>
Every student that leaves a school district through open enrollment takes approximately $6,600 in funding with it. That’s why school districts like Luxemburg-Casco are putting in the time and re...more>>
The Sister Bay/Liberty Grove Fire Department is hosting CPR courses after recognizing a need in the community. The program started six months ago when the fire department along with help from its loca...more>>
Farmers in Door and Kewaunee County, as well as throughout the state, will now have until March 31 to update yield history or reallocate base acres.  A 30 day extension was given by the United St...more>>
With extreme cold temperatures hanging around until the weekend, a few car tips might help you avoid being stranded or late to work.  Randy Sahs from Sahs Auto Collision in Sturgeon Bay recommend...more>>
Considered routine in nature, the consent agenda was anything but during the Sturgeon Bay City Council meeting Tuesday afternoon. The consent agenda consisted items ranging from approving temporary Cl...more>>
Sturgeon Bay Police investigators working an Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) operation targeting online predators arrested two Door County men for their involvement this past weekend.  &n...more>>
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