DOOR COUNTY NEWSWIRE
Fish Creek, Wis. (September 21, 2023) – The Sinking of the Erie L. Hackley is considered the largest single sea disaster in the history of Green Bay waters. Join the Gibraltar Historical Society on October 3rd, the 120th anniversary of this […]Read More
Egg Harbor, Wis. (September 21, 2023) – Birch Creek is pleased to announce that it has received a Creation and Presentation Program grant from the Wisconsin Arts Board, underwritten by funds from the State of Wisconsin and the National Endowment […]Read More
Egg Harbor, Wis. (September 21, 2023) – The Alpine Resort is excited to announce its new Alpine merchandise line to launch in Spring 2024 which will feature a Spring/Summer apparel line and aFall/Winter line later in the year. The Alpine […]Read More
Sturgeon Bay, Wis. (September 18, 2023) – Join Door County Historical Society for their September Dinner Program, where delectable cuisine meets the thrill of Door County history trivia! Get ready for an evening filled with delicious food and exciting challenges […]Read More
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By Coggin Heeringa, Interpretive Naturalist, Crossroads at Big Creek, Inc. The Fall Archaeological Dig at the Crossroads Cove Estuary Preserve is underway, and the general public—adults, families, groups –are invited to observe, or even better, to participate in the Dig on […]Read More
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By Marise Redmann (Originally published in 2023 Door County Go! Guide) A life well-lived is even better when it involves great food. For couples, it can also be a shared bond. Gabrielle and AJ Dillon, for instance, who share both a life and a love of great food. Gabrielle is a photographer and political science […]Read More
By Marise Redmann (Originally published in 2023 Door County Go! Guide) The love starts early. When growing up on a farm, the tractor is like another family member, with designated brands in specific colors. The orange Allis Chalmers, the red Farmall, gray Ford, sand and red Case, and green John Deere. “Tractors were as common […]Read More
By Marise Redmann (Originally published in 2023 Door County Go! Guide) With all the excitement of Door County’s villages, each located on the main drags of Highways 42 & 57, ever wonder what lies beyond, or inside rural Southern Door? Heard of Forestville, Clay Banks, Kolberg, Brussels or Namur? In many ways, the “the space […]Read More
September 18, 2023 By Norbert Blei Working in a converted chicken coop north of Ellison Bay, for 40+ years writer Norbert Blei (8/23/1935 – 4/23/2013) chronicled Door County through the lives of its inhabitants. A revised edition of DOOR WAY: The People in the Landscape, the first book in Blei’s “Door Series,” was published August […]Read More