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The Baileys Harbor Brown Trout Tournament will be held Friday through April 27. There is over $7,000 in prizes to be won, and tickets are only $25.
Nancy Bontempo of Sturgeon Bay writes, "I wanted a lap dog, but what I got was a "fetcher."
The Door County Humane Society will hold its annual rummage sale from 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 26. You can get in early, after noon on Friday, with a $5 donation.
Congratulations to Adam Monfils, son of Rod and Katie Monfil, for earning his Eagle Scout award.
Noting that this would be a good Easter weekend activity with visiting family, I talked with Kelly Bruns, supervisor at Peninsula State Park.
Stutting, who is in the middle of a two-year term, is moving to Iowa in June to begin a new job.
World Book Night is Wednesday, and Door County will be joining in on the fun. Eighteen volunteer "givers" plan to hand out books throughout the county at a variety of locations to people who are not typically avid readers.
Marchant Meats and Sausage of Sturgeon Bay is recalling more than 1,900 pounds of snack sticks and bratwurst due to an unlabeled allergen.
Under Wisconsin's comprehensive and farmland preservation planning law, Door County is required to have an updated plan adopted by the end of 2014.
The Joint Egg Harbor Town and Village Fire Department's Emergency Medical Responders Crew Chief, Dan Kienau, told trustees last fall the lack of addresses on buildings in the village's business district cause delays in help arriving on scene.
Despite the short setback earlier this week, spring is officially here, and that means the beginning of all of those projects that have been put "on hold" since last fall.
A Door County ambulance was struck while responding at the scene of an ice rescue last week in the town of Gardner.
Furry four-legged canines are teaming up with their caretakers and taking to the streets for the American Cancer Society's Bark for Life, a noncompetitive walk event organized by the Animal Clinic of Sturgeon Bay's Relay for Life team.
A Sturgeon Bay man was rescued from the water on the bay Saturday in the town of Nasewaupee.
* Robert J. Kluth, 20, Sturgeon Bay, had his sentence withheld and was given 60 days in jail, stayed, with two years probation April 11 by Door County Judge D. Todd Ehlers, after being convicted of receiving or concealing stolen property, party to a crime, and obstructing an officer.