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Bomb scare investigation continues

February 03, 2011
The unexpected occurred Monday morning. School administrators, staff and law enforcement organized the evacuation of students from Badger High, Lake Geneva Middle and Eastview, Central-Denison and Star Center schools. As of Tuesday, Lake Geneva police were continuing the investigation of the bomb threat with help from the FBI.

Navigating around Winterfest

February 03, 2011
This year's Winterfest will be a little different. But, the difference has nothing to do with the snow sculpting competition, activities at the Riviera or when the event is being held. Instead, it's all about locals and visitors navigating their way around activities during the construction of the Wrigley Drive bridge, which is located near the Riviera and Geneva Lake Area Chamber of Commerce facility on the lakefront.

Purchase could expand trail

January 20, 2011
Lake Geneva city officials are a few steps closer to purchasing about 60 acres of environmentally sensitive land which weaves along the White River through the former Hillmoor property. While the long-term future of the Hillmoor land remains unknown, the city apparently is moving toward buying part of the property with help from a Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Urban Rivers Grant. City Administrator Dennis Jordan said the 50-50 grant is expected to be about $90,000. He said the city will have to chip in the same amount as the state.

Historians want to save theater

January 20, 2011
Since the summer of 1928, the Geneva Theater has been a fixture in downtown Lake Geneva. For a long time, it was the only theater in the area. But, things have changed. The property has been on the market for $949,000. Now, with a possible purchase of the property in the works, some local historians are hoping a piece of the building's history can be saved. Lake Geneva Historic Preservation Committee Chairman Ken Etten said a number of interested community members have met to discuss the future of the building. He also has discussed the possibilities with local leaders and groups.

Recent Lake Geneva News
Breaking: Authorities probing bomb scare
January 27, 2011
Schools within the Badger High and Joint 1 districts were evacuated Monday morning so police could investigate a bomb scare.According to a press release from Lake Geneva Police Assistant Chief Michael Reuss, district administrators received an e-mail claiming bombs were located in Badger High School and other area schools. The e-mail was received at 9:03 a.m.Since then, students from Badger High, Lake Geneva Middle, Central-Denison, Star Center and Eastview Elementary schools were sent home. Reuss stated these students were “evacuated as a precautionary measure.”
City declares snow emergency
January 27, 2011
As what some predict to be a historic snow storm begins, Lake Geneva City Administrator Dennis Jordan declared a snow emergency Tuesday morning, Feb. 1.The city is under a snow emergency from noon Tuesday until noon Thursday, Feb. 3.Jordan said this means people shouldn’t park their vehicles on downtown streets so the Street Department has room to remove snow.
Winterfest almost here
January 27, 2011
Just days from now, orange dump trucks will be hauling loads of “artificial” snow made at Grand Geneva to Riviera Park. The white stuff will be worked into 10-foot tall cylinders, padded down by workers until the 3-ton chunks of snow are as perfect as possible.Then, it will be time for elite teams from as far away as Alaska, to spend the next three days using saws, axes, files and shovels as they carve intricate and creative sculptures from the thick white snow.It all means Winterfest will be under way soon. Commonly referred to as Lake Geneva’s most widely known event, this year it runs from Feb. 2 to 6 and focuses mainly around the U.S. National Snow Sculpting Championships, the top snow sculpting competition for U.S. carvers.
Man pleads not guilty in fatal crash
No drugs, no alcohol in Dees’ system
January 27, 2011
Elkhorn — Bizarre.That is how Walworth County District Attorney Phil Koss described Jeremy C. Dees’ behavior in the days leading up to a fatal two-car accident in Como more than two months ago.On Friday, Dees appeared in Walworth County Court in an orange jail jumpsuit with his left arm in a sling. In front of Judge John Race, Dees pleaded not guilty to homicide by negligent use of a vehicle and two misdemeanors charges for reckless driving causing bodily harm.
Council removes staff assessor
January 13, 2011
A third City Council vote regarding the city’s assessor meant bad news for Grace Lininger.On Monday, the council voted 6-2 in favor of removing Lininger, the current assessor who has worked for the city for more than 21 years.Instead, the city will contract with Accurate Appraisals, a firm which will act as an independent contractor providing assessment services. Although there was no discussion Monday night prior to the removal of Lininger, aldermen previously stated the issue had nothing to do with Lininger’s work. Elected officials stated it was all about cost savings for the taxpayers of the city of Lake Geneva.
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