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Listed below are the issues that have been archived on the internet since January 16, 2003.

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February 19, 2015
Lake Geneva News
Plan board recommends Basso rezone
Train show brings big crowd to Lake Geneva Museum
Will city close TIF district?
Company charged $3,340 for accident
Clearwater wins cocoa crawl
Kleefisch visits area chamber of commerce
Koss says he will judge Traver case on merits

Commentary
Council shouldn't put head in sand on license issue

Community Living
Area family struggles as dad's illness progresses

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Area schools using Legos in classrooms
No money spent, no hard discussion yet

Geneva, Linn Township
Linn negotiating settlement with company

Crime
Man with diaper fetish gets 15 years
Man guilty of attempted homicide, rape
Ringleader in heroin ring pleads guilty
Appeals Court overturns juvenile conviction
Three in custody after home invasion
'Jeopardy!' champ guilty of sex assault

Community columnists
Lorenz's top 10 movies of last year
Bretl reacts to Walker's budget

County Report
Group talks housing needs for drug court participants

Geneva Lake West
Bay trustees to review their pay
Two candidates left for district administrator
Committee talks about sex offender ordinance
Golden Years remains family business

Sports
Badger swimmers make waves at Bradford sectional
BFWB 'comes out flat,' sends two to sectionals
Streaking 'Dogs thwarted by Falcons
Bruising Big Foot boys bested by conference rival Brodhead
Chiefs late season surge secures second place in RVS standings
Stalled in second place
Elks offense stymied by stringent Badger D
Race for Southern Lakes title tightening for Badgers

February 12, 2015
Lake Geneva News
Big Foot park road decision up to DNR
Students to raise cash for dog park
Stiff opposition served to city council
Museum hosting train show
Alderwoman Chappell proposes park artwork
Big Foot park road decision up to DNR

Commentary
Hoping for a happy ending for 'Mockingbird' author

Community Living
How donations were spent

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Leaders clash over remodeling
No primary: Bloomfield doesn't need February election
Village partners with county for grant

Geneva, Linn Township
Results from Tuesday night's primary

Wisconsin News
Walker opens door to extending UW tuition freeze

Crime
'Jeopardy!' champion guilty of sex assault
Three arrested in connection with home invasion
Man guilty of attempted murder
'Jeopardy!' champ mulls plea agreement
Shooter sentenced to probation, jail
Judge gives rapist 15 years
Trial begins in attempted homicides

Community columnists
Quinn recounts dangers in civil rights march
Conservatism not often understood

County Report
OWI court graduates 50th, 51st participants

Geneva Lake West
Jerri's Kidz in jeopardy of shrinking
Village pays town for lost taxes on Big Foot Pines
Lego show coming to Abbey
School interviewing candidates for top job
Bomb threat closes Big Foot HS

Sports
Badger swim sweeps Southern Lakes for second straight season
Beleaguered Badgers hoped for more success during Southern Lakes tournament
Chiefs vanquish Vikings
Badger boy skiers a second slow for state
Badgers stun the Demons in late win
Williams Bay keeps rolling
Young FC Eagles spreading wings
Shorthanded BFWB raring for regionals
Badgers exorcise Demons in battle with Burlington

February 05, 2015
Lake Geneva News
Video premier shows beauty of old barns
Car cuts through front yard exhibition
City asks woman to stay away from her business
Law may be hard to enforce
Neighbor concerned over development plans

Community Living
Dental bills, car repairs push woman to brink of eviction

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Balog hopes to bury hatchet
Underage drinking offense most cited at music festival

Geneva, Linn Township
Firefighters build ramp for former chief

Crime
Sheriff's department still investigating former cop
Man allegedly hit girl with golf club
Woman faces burglary charges

Community columnists
Regulations protect people

County Report
County develops plan for park

Geneva Lake West
Pollitt, Coates honored for work on Mill House Pavilion
Bomb threat closes Big Foot HS
Kahl wants to maintain history, traditions
Fontana also considering restrictions on sex offenders
Future in limbo for Bay's Jerri's Kidz
School construction set to end by fall

Sports
Big Foot bounces back against Vikes
'Dogs offense bogged down by Marshmen in second half
Badger swimmers experiment with lineup at Case Invitational
Burlington gymnasts take first in Spartan Invitational
Berhorst mans the point for Badgers
Badger defense key in Comet clobbering
Punch-drunk Badgers reeling from injuries

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