Door County Club Volleyball teams participated in the Badger Regionals at the Wisconsin Center in Milwaukee last weekend. The 18U team took first place in the G18 Badger Gold Bracket. The 18U team, went undefeated (6-0) and lost only one set all weekend. The 16U team finished (3-3) and took second in the bronze bracket. Door County Club Volleyball teams are made up of players … Continue reading
Makiala McCambridge (Level 6) and Anna Gallardo-Ibarra (Excel Silver) captured state titles this past weekend at the YMCA Gymnastics State Meet in La Crosse. McCambridge also captured silver in the all around and bronze on beam. Gallardo-Ibarra came home with silver in the all around and bronze on vault. The Striver Team returned from La Crosse with 33 individual medals and a fourth place team … Continue reading
The Sturgeon Bay boys opened the track & field season by winning the Oconto Fall Indoor Meet on Monday. The Clippers totaled 145 points while Oconto Falls was second with 135.5 points. The Oconto Falls girls won the team title with 165.5 points while the Clippers were second with 138.5 points. ClippersDJ Lenius- 50 high hurdles (1st) triple jump (1st) high jump (3rd)Fletcher Hubbard- long … Continue reading
Local emergency service crews are often called out during the winter season to rescue people who have become stranded on the ice. In many cases, the rescue operations are conducted in dangerous weather conditions. During a recent visit to WDOR, Warden Chris Kratcha was asked if the people taken off the ice are required to pay for the costs involved in their rescue… Kratcha says … Continue reading
The Door County Facilities and Parks Department announced on Thursday afternoon the all Door County Snowmobile Trails are closed.
The annual Conservation Congress meetings will be held in April. But, before that happens, advisory groups come together to discuss issues of importance to the Department of Natural Resources. DNR Warden Chris Kratcha says the county Deer Advisory Council is one such group…(tape…KRATCHA…”HUNT”…:30… N291) Kratcha says residents who can’t attend the advisory council’s meetings can find background information online…(tape…KRATCHA…”YEARS”…:30…N292) Warden Kratcha says the annual spring … Continue reading
All sections of the Kewaunee County snowmobile trails system will close as of 6AM, Wednesday, March 13th. The Kewaunee County Promotions & Recreation Department reminds snowmobilers that they can be cited for riding on closed trails, and encourages people to call their 24 hour information line at (920)-388-7199.