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Listed below are the issues that have been archived on the internet since January 16, 2003.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 25, 2013
Lake Geneva News
New owners talk about plans for Geneva Theater
Badger FFA's month-long plant sale starts May 3
Badger culinary team tops in nation
Disc golf contract gets OK, with some questions
Woodland people exhibit opening

Commentary
How we see things differently

Community Living
Sister didn't have same chance

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Pell Lake man charged with killing his wife
Full speed ahead toward earlier boat races
Boat races Q&A

Geneva, Linn Township
A different kind of town chairman race
Kopecky's take on the last-minute election challenge

Geneva Lake West
Town may limit shooting
New turn lanes expected
Schools fight over subdivision
Parents say they are satisfied with school
Florist designs winners
Boston horror hits home
Big Foot graduate was heading to the finish line
Bay graduate talks about frantic time after explosion
History of Bay exhibit coming to library
Bay's Claire Canda wins 2013 Kohl scholarship

Sports
Cowboys draft Big Foot grad Travis Frederick in first round
Pitch perfect: Big Foot baseball blanking foes
Badger boys track captures Randy Lyon title
Rolling on the links
Badger's hot start slowed by first loss
A dream come true
Former Wisconsin star Travis Frederick eager for NFL Draft

April 18, 2013
Lake Geneva News
O'Neill signs complaint against alderman
Longtime coach, parents leave YMCA, form own swim club
The reluctant politician
Kehoe, Taggart to take council seats
Commission recommends annexation of 98 acres
Author recalls LG when Riviera was new

Commentary
It all depends on how you look at it

Community Living
Husband leaves wife and their children

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Will town offices remain separate?
LG wants Bloomfield to pay legal costs

Geneva, Linn Township
Polek: We are always role models

Crime
Burglar gets prison
Man seriously hurt in crash, driver arrested
Did a drunk man visit the DA's office?
Man gets prison for home invasion

Community columnists
FFA students attend youth conference
Building, rebuilding Wisconsin

Geneva Lake West
Big Foot board slashes budget
Changes planned for agriculture program
River cleanup featured at Earth Day presentation
Johnson benefit set for May 5
Bay Women's Banquet in 86th year
Walworth parents waiting for response

Sports
Lauterbach returns to Badger boys tennis
Improvement the priority for Badger golf
Lake Lawn pro takes over Bay golf
Remembering Larry Crement
Kings of Walworth County

April 11, 2013
Lake Geneva News
Was campaign flier 'misleading'?
Geneva Theater in 'good hands'
Krohn, Tolar bid farewell to council
Teen singer performs at area nursing homes

Commentary
Numbers can lie
Anonymous letters, elections and the weather
'Our Town' deserves attention

Community Living
Charity for needy is in need

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Newcomers win April 2 in Boomfield
Three-term trustee off of village board

Geneva, Linn Township
Incumbents remain

Crime
Double-digit drunken driver?
Walworth teen faces bail jumping charges
Man arrested for eighth drunken driving offense
Delavan child molester gets 30 years

Community columnists
An opportunity to celebrate 'Our Town'
The origins of Lake Geneva's parks

Lyons-Springfield
Chairwoman beats unexpected write-in opponent

Geneva Lake West
Working on budgets, saving lives?
Dispute on waiting list over, policy may change
Crossing guard fears semi will kill student
Board calls Heyer Park not significant
School presses reset on referendum

Sports
Big shoes to fill for Badger soccer
Lady Chief Dogs in rebuilding mode
Dynamic duo will lead Big Foot tennis
Big Foot golf seeks third straight title
Lady Bulldogs return wealth of talent on diamond

April 04, 2013
Lake Geneva News
How to access subscriber section
Lyon wins write-in race
Watch D.O.G.S. member arrested
Out-of-stater buys Geneva Theater
Former mayor dies
A history lesson about Ceylon Court
Teachers get tour of Cen-Den's long history
New officers hired, promoted in Lake Geneva
Students plan summer of volunteering

Commentary
The grace of opening days then and now

Community Living
New sympathy for those struggling

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
An asset in the making?

Geneva, Linn Township
Millard wins back town of Geneva seat

Crime
Man faces charges for officer's injury
DA to ask for lengthy prison sentence
Pell Lake man sentenced for fleeing
Walworth woman faces bail jumping charge
Dog killer avoids prison sentence
Man gets prison for false imprisonment

Community columnists
Conservation meetings spring ritual
Welcoming April

County Report
A concert for a 'God girl'
DA wants a pretrial diversion program

Fontana
Village still searching for new DPW director
Burger Throw Down Sunday at The Abbey

Walworth
Safety issues frustrate Walworth parents

Geneva Lake West
Marra easily wins re-election
Accusations sting, but facts lack in tree sale claim

Sports
Big Foot baseball poised to contend for conference crown
Bulldogs hoping for bounce-back campaign on diamond
Lady Chiefs on the rise
Badger softball banking on youth movement
Is this the year for Badger baseball?

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