Pay-to-Play listeners rocks U-102.1 with record United Way donations
The United Way of Door County, with the help of U-102.1, raised over $6,480 on Friday during the Play-to-Play fundraiser on the radio. The 12-hour radiothon brought the United Way closer to its annual campaign goal of $825,000. Numerous volunteers and agency representatives from organizations that benefit from United Way grants were special on-air guests during the live broadcast. Listeners called, texted, and emailed with music requests of $25 to dedicate or hear their favorite songs. Executive Director Amy Kohnle says the event raised much-needed funds while creating awareness about important programs serving Door County.
Day That Will Live In Infamy Recognized In Sturgeon Bay
STURGEON BAY, WI (WTAQ-WLUK) – Thursday marked 82 years since the attack on Pearl Harbor. On that day in 1941, Japanese forces conducted a two-hour air raid on the naval base in Hawaii. 2,400 service members and civilians died. The attack would ultimately pull the United States into World...
Nutter out, Haupt in after Menominee City Council recount
MENOMINEE, Mich. (WJMN) — An incumbent has been officially voted off of the Menominee City Council after a recount this morning. Challenger Cheryl Haupt had an advantage of three votes on Ward 1 incumbent Jackie Nutter after this November’s election. After the recount this morning, the county clerk confirms Haupt won the election 195 to […]
» Peshtigo Library Announces Programs
Join the Peshtigo Library on Mondays at 10:30 AM for Storytime. Ms. Carol reads books and sings songs with the children. The Peshtigo Library now has a Break-Out Box! Help Pete the Cat to find his magic sunglasses. Children use clues to crack the code to open several different locks. For children ages 5 to 9.
Christmas comes early for Door County Toys for Kids
None of it is for them, but the toys, books, and games you donated this year to Door County Toys for Kids mean the world to the organization's volunteers. After the thousands of future gifts were dropped off at the Sturgeon Bay United Methodist Church on Thursday, volunteers sorted the items into several categories so the over 560 families benefitting from the program can make their Christmas selections. For Jamie and Jaci Baermann, it is not just the initial drop-off day or the distribution day that sticks out to them. Instead, it is seeing everything unfold in the community over the course of several weeks that makes them grateful to live in Door County.
Peshtigo High School Spanish Club Visits Belize
Over the week of Thanksgiving, the Peshtigo High School’s Spanish Club’s Advisors, Jackie Lemire and Cindy Birch, took their students on a field trip that they will never forget. Lemire and Birch brought twenty one students on a week-long trip to the country of Belize, which is located on the Yucatan Peninsula in Central America. While there, they were able to be immersed in a new Latin American culture, visit important Maya historical sites, and explore the many wondrous aspects of nature.
Today's Oconto County High School Boys Basketball Games: Streaming Details and Schedule
• High school boys basketball games are scheduled today in Oconto County, Wisconsin. • The games can be followed on the NFHS Network. • Gibraltar High School is playing against Oconto High School at 5:45 PM CT in Oconto, WI.
Menominee duo receive AP All-State Second Team recognition
MENOMINEE — Menominee High School seniors Landan Bardowski and Trevor Theuerkauf garnered Division 7-8 All-State honors in football from the Michigan Associated Press on Tuesday. Bardowski and Theuerkauf each snared one of the 25 spots on the AP Division 7-8 Second Team, with the 15-voter panel choosing Bardowski as one of four running backs, while Theuerkauf was selected as one of the two defensive backs. Bardowski was a workhouse for...
Marinette girls continue winning ways with double-digit thrashing of Waupaca
MARINETTE — Make it three wins in a row for the Marinette girls basketball team. Riley Kieffer led the way offensively with a game-high 27 points while Marinette’s defense locked down the Comets, as the Marines waxed Waupaca 58-43 on Tuesday. Marinette improves to 3-0 in the NEC and 3-1 overall. “This was a game...
» Recommend Borkowski As Interim County Clerk
Long-time Marinette County Clerk Kathy Brandt will retire on Friday, Jan. 5, four months before her current 4-year term expires in April of 2024. By unanimous vote after interviewing candidates at a special meeting on Thursday, Nov. 30, Marinette County Board’s Executive Committee recommended Deputy County Clerk Bobbie Jean Borkowski be selected to fill the position until a new clerk is elected in April.
Local Atrium Health Floyd Medical Center Earns National Recognition for Maternity Care
Atrium Health Floyd Medical Center and two other Advocate Health hospitals have received the 'Maternity Care Access Hospital' title from U.S. News & World Report. This title is awarded to hospitals offering high-quality maternity care in areas lacking such services. The other two hospitals are Atrium Health Union in Monroe, North Carolina, and Aurora Medical Center – Bay Area in Marinette, Wisconsin. Floyd Medical Center, with over 2018 births this year, is the region's only hospital with a Level III neonatal intensive care unit.
Clippers girls grind out win over Truckers
The Sturgeon Bay girls' basketball team emerged victorious Friday night with a 31-29 win over Clintonville. The game was tied 15-15 at the break and the Clippers were given an extra dose of motivation before the start of the second half when it was learned that senior Tori Alger suffered a knee injury and would not return.
Clippers Beat Bulldogs in Boys Basketball
Sturgeon Bay’s boys basketball team recorded its first Packerland Conference victory of the season Tuesday when the Clippers won at home over Peshtigo, 71-48. Garrett Ulberg led Sturgeon Bay by scoring all of his game-high 18 points in the first half, when the Clippers led, 41-22. Hayden Tracy added 12 points with Jackson Starr scoring 11 more.
The gas price fluctuate between $2.87 and $2.89 in Peshtigo as of 2023-12-09. Find the cheapest station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Saturday is $3.167, a week ago the price is $3.247 , according to AAA.
Volunteers Needed For Red Kettle Campaign
The Salvation Army’s volunteer Service Extension program in Door County has opportunities for volunteers for two-hour bell ringing slots and openings for board membership. The Salvation Army’s volunteer service extension in Door County provides emergency services and financial support for people in critical situations from donations and the money raised locally during the bell-ringing campaign that starts in November.
Music At Drömhus
Sturgeon Bay eatery Drömhus will be wrapping up 2023 with several music events planned throughout the month of December. Dec. 8, 15, 22 and 29 are vinyl nights. Guests can enjoy food and drink specials and bring their own vinyl to play, or listen to one of Drömhus’ vinyl records.
Bulldogs take Buzzer Beater win Over Marinette
The Peshtigo Bulldogs found themselves down one point in the waning seconds on their contest with the Marinette Marines Monday night. With the last seconds ticking off the clock Peshtigo’s Dominik Baxter passed to teammate Will McMahon who stepped up to the arc and fired, hitting the deep shot as the buzzer sounded, giving the Bulldogs the 64-62 win.
Boys basketball round-up: Sturgeon Bay wins, Gibraltar falls on NRSN
Road teams had plenty of success in area boys' basketball action on Friday night. The Sturgeon Bay Clippers took the short ride to Institute Friday night to take on the Sevastopol Pioneers and left with the 73-36 victory. The Gibraltar Vikings got to within four points twice in the second...
» Twin Brother’s Supper Club to Open in Oconto
The Oconto Area Chamber of Commerce announces the opening of Twin Brother’s Supper Club, 553 Jefferson Street, in Oconto, on Dec. 13. Owned by brothers Humberto and Santiago Morales, this new supper club will be serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner Wednesday through Sunday. Enjoy a full day of delicious dining: breakfast and lunch served from 7 am-4 pm, followed by mouth-watering dinner at 4 pm.
New Deadline Set for Completion of Granary Project
On a 5-2 vote, the Sturgeon Bay Common Council last month approved an extension through the end of next July to “substantially complete” the restoration of the Teweles and Brandeis grain elevator on the West Waterfront. Before approving the latest development agreement amendment, the council voted 4-3 against...