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Listed below are the issues that have been archived on the internet since January 16, 2003.

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April 24, 2014
Lake Geneva News
Cruise line ready to sail
Brick & Mortar hopes to open by Memorial Day
Mayor outlines plans for third term
Kiddie Kottage opening
'Aha' moment moves Hill to run for second term

Commentary
Glimpses of life seen from halfway around the globe

Community Living
One step ahead of homelessness

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Borowiec wants to renew trust in board

Geneva, Linn Township
How iPads are changing Reek classrooms

Crime
Judge Reddy denies motions in White case

Community columnists
Leadership fights once were common

County Report
Russell re-elected as board chairwoman
Former wrestling coach returning to court

Lyons-Springfield
Volunteer day planned for White River Park

Geneva Lake West
Bay explores new use for old school
District talks about referendum results
School board needs to fill vacant seat
Pappas loses spot on lakefront committee
County seeks TIF answers
Lt. Washer finishes command training
Town talks about using village police to patrol

Sports
Chiefs win back-to-back blowouts
Badger hosts track and field quad meet
Badger bouncing back after big loss
Lady Chiefs fall to South Beloit, pummel Palmyra
Badger tennis undefeated in conference
Chiefs beat Evansville, tie McFarland
Badgers shut out by Kenosha Tremper
Badger defense shows improvement in loss

April 17, 2014
Lake Geneva News
Museum exhibits china with Wisconsin past
Low return rate on outstanding absentee ballots is common
LG's new council woman
Professional travelers visit LG
Gygax bricks get OK from council
Wall completes learning curve, looks to second term

Commentary
Let's use 'true facts' in parking debate

Community Living
Veteran's struggles hurts entire family

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Setting up a Pell Lake management association
Bloomfield board OKs Power Boat Days

Geneva, Linn Township
Fire destroys Lake Como home

Crime
Man accused of bribing officer
Appeals court overturns Judge Race

Community columnists
Lawmakers take action
Memories of growing up at special church

Geneva Lake West
From cancer to Cured
Bay student earns Carnegie Hall trip
Highway divides
Art club, teacher at the top
Rolfs' uses Lake Geneva as book setting

Sports
Badgers struggle to snap early slide
Winter sports awards
Bay golf team takes second at Evergreen
Cross-lake showdown delayed
Williams Bay clobbers Rio
Chiefs baseball hot and cold
Badger hosts quad track meet

April 10, 2014
Lake Geneva News
D&D film explores 'lightning in a bottle'
Traffic signal work starts this week
Bricks will fund Gygax memorial
Kordus elected
New businesses moving into former pharmacy
A 1935 Mercedes model brought to life
Short-term rentals make waves in lakes area
Planner proposes changes in city zoning code

Commentary
Remembering a story I never wrote
Anchor Covenant Church finds new home

Community Living
Baby, mother both struggle with health

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Seeds sown for Pell Lake management plan

Crime
Confession stays

Community columnists
How the county board starts its term
History of LG YMCA building
GM's legacy takes a hit

County Report
Race for Walworth County Sheriff starts
Long time board incumbent returns

Geneva Lake West
Restaurant chefs compete
Students walk for autism awareness
Distressing question still up in the air
Staff earns small raise
Dual titles at village hall

Sports
Badger beats Big Foot in triangular
Q&A with Big Foot tennis head coach Jim karedes
Bulldogs fall to Kenosha Christian Life in opener
Badger girls young but unintimidated
Big Foot soccer returning strong core
Bay crushes Kenosha Christian Life

April 03, 2014
Lake Geneva News
Preliminary site plan approved for pavilion
Horticultural Hall mourns O'Reilly
Too close to call in Lake Geneva
Lake use committee waking from long 'sleep'
Kwik Trip gets electronic sign approval
City considers equipment lending policy

Commentary
The grace of Opening Days now and then

Community Living
How the matching grant helped

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Village of Bloomfield OKs condo plans
Grolle, Holder elected in Bloomfield

Geneva, Linn Township
Mumford wins in town of Geneva

Crime
Moelter sent back to prison
Man gets five years for role in drive-by shooting
Woman allegedly raped by man she met online
Judge hears motion to dismiss White case
Armed robber gets 10 years
Lake Geneva man arrested after chase

Community columnists
The valuable wall of religious freedom
Seeing the stars from Einstein to Sagan

Geneva Lake West
Kenny, Prudden, Pappas on board
Despite ending candidacy, McHugh elected to board
Big Foot referendum earns voters approval
Bay talks new grade school
Wilson encourages people to participate
More local police using body cameras

Sports
Big Foot opens with a bang
Badger sports get boost from abroad
Chloride levels rising, but far from toxic
Q&A with Badger girls track and Field coach
Chiefs enter season with state ranking
Big Foot's pitch for the conference title
Badger wins Cudahy Invitational

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