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Even after all the melting that occurred Monday and Tuesday, there's still quite a bit of snow left on the ground.
The is sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Door County. The candidates for this position are Lou Covotsos, Gary Farber and Hugh Mulliken.
Chris Hecht and the Door County Emergency Medical Services were vital, and the staff at Ministry Door County Medical Center were great, fixing up Ann.
There! I saw plants poking their heads up -- mostly tiger lily with their little green shoots.
When an Appleton Police sergeant killed an armed man with three shots in August 2012, the department followed its policy and quickly asked detectives from Green Bay to lead the investigation of the shooting.
Yeoman Brothers were the lowest of three bidders at $2,496 for furnishing and installing pumping equipment, and Americal Well works was given a $6,997 contract for furnishing and installing the aeration equipment.
There are also collections by authors that include W. Stegner, J. Knowles, Michener, Karon, Hiaasen, L.K. Hamilton, Miss Read, Ludlum, Steele and Christie.
Jacksonport Town Chairman Al Birnschein said this week he would like to thank taxpayers for voting "yes" on the Lakeside Park expansion referendum 21 2 years ago.
Today's Paper, also known as the e-Edition, is an online replica of the printed newspaper.
March 9-11-14, 2004 * Ephraim is the last dry village in the state of Wisconsin.
Fish fry is such a tradition here that it's served not only in restaurants and neighborhood taps; diners hungry for crisp fried fish can find it in churches and at other nonprofit organizations, particularly during Lent.
Beer columnist John Holl , author of "The American Craft Beer Cookbook," thinks sour beers would be even more popular than they are - and they are through-the-roof popular - if it weren't for the sour part of the name.
Many of us here in Door County remember the extensive layover of the lake freighter Edward L. Ryerson.
The Miller Art Museum is offering a program on "Creativity and the Mind" March 13 in the lower level of the Door County Library in Sturgeon Bay, where the museum also is located.