Egg Harbor Goes Paperless

The Village of Egg Harbor has adopted Next Generation paperless meeting technology. The new system is expected to save time, taxpayers dollars & the environment. The old way of doing things which required compiling, printing, binding & distributing paper agenda packets by hand has been replaced by a system called, “Board Doc LT.” By making meeting agendas & supporting documents available on the internet, the … Continue reading

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Ask Thrivent Financial/ Good Housekeeping

The Door County Team for Thrivent Financial & Financial Consultant Grace Rossman present Ask Thrivent Financial on Tuesdays & Thursdays at 9:55AM & 4:55PM on WDOR.  The topic of this program- Keeping your house up and why.  Click the play button to listen. [Audio clip: view full post to listen]Thrivent Financial for Lutherans and its respective associates and employees cannot provide legal, accounting, or tax advice or services. … Continue reading

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Ast Thrivent Financial/ Dream College?

The Door County Team for Thrivent Financial & Financial Consultant Grace Rossman present Ask Thrivent Financial on Tuesdays & Thursdays at 9:55AM & 4:55PM on WDOR.  The topic of this program- Telling you kid that their dream college is out.  Click the play button to listen. [Audio clip: view full post to listen]Thrivent Financial for Lutherans and its respective associates and employees cannot provide legal, accounting, or tax … Continue reading

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Door County Trolley wins at DCEDC Meeting, Governor Walker Keynote Speaker

AJ Frank, owner of Door County Trolley, Incorporated, is the winner of the Door County Economic Development Corporation’s annual “entrepreneur of the year” award. “Door County Trolley” was started in 2000 to provide transportation around the Door Peninsula for tourists and visitors who had traveled to the area by auto. Since starting the business, Frank has increased his fleet from one to 11 and ridership … Continue reading

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Spring Job Fair Wednesday

If you’re looking for employment or considering a career change, the 2014 Spring Job Fair on Wednesday, April 16th is a good place to start. Sandy Duckett, CEO of Hope, Incorporated, a sponsor of the job fair, invites interested parties come to the job center offices at the Cherrypoint Mall in Sturgeon Bay to prepare for the job fair…[Audio clip: view full post to listen] … Continue reading

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Nature Conservancy Grant Will Impact Door County

The Nature Conservancy has been awarded a one million dollar grant to protect, restore & enhance important coastal wetlands & habitats in Michigan & Wisconsin, including Door County. The funding from the North American Wetlands Conservation Act will be matched with $3.4 million in contributions from the Nature Conservancy, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, the US Fish & Wildlife Service, the Door County Land … Continue reading

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Door & Kewaunee School Districts to Change Insurance Plans

School districts in the Door-Kewaunee Health Insurance Consortium will be changing to new carriers for health & dental insurance as a result of action taken by the group’s board of directors on Friday. The cooperative will be moving its health insurance to Arise Health Plan, based in Green Bay. Dental insurance will be handled by Delta Dental Plans Association, based in Stevens Point. In both … Continue reading

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Sturgeon Bay Man Killed in Traffic Accident in Kentucky

WDOR News has learned about a traffic accident that took the life of a former Sturgeon Bay resident in Kentucky Wednesday. Erick Matthew Kettering, the son of Jack & Janelle Kettering of Sturgeon Bay, was 23 years old. A 2009 graduate of Sturgeon Bay High School, he enlisted in the US Army, serving from 2009 to 2013, including service in Afghanistan. During his time with … Continue reading

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Ice Rescue in Town of Gardner

What began with the report of five fishermen stranded on the ice near Lime Kiln Road & Bonis Place, in the Town of Gardner, led to the rescue of just one man Thursday afternoon. According to a report issued by the Door County Sheriff’s Department, the ice fishermen, 69-year old William Hossman of Gurnee, Illinois, 68-year old Raphael Dedecker of Mount Horeb, 60-year old Robert … Continue reading

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Don’t Fall for Deed Scams

Sometimes people are conned into paying significant sums for governmental services that cost little or no money at all. Door County Register of Deeds Carey Petersilka says that certainly has been the case in recent months in Door County…[Audio clip: view full post to listen] Petersilka says her office routinely provides information at no cost & its copy fees are two to three dollars. She … Continue reading

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