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July 31, 2014
Lake Geneva News
City's new 911 system
Theater for sale, again
It's summer, and the dogs must swim
Hartshorne home opens doors for estate sale

Community Living
Woman in wheelchair needs help

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
'There hasn't been a lot of progress'
The genesis of Genoa City Days

Geneva, Linn Township
Linn sergeant's DARE role advances

Crime
Walworth man faces second sex assault charge

Community columnists
The dedication of a new county park
An economic house of cards
22 Jump Street: A successful, self-aware comedy sequel
Opening doors to higher education

County Report
City kids learn to do while growing FarmWise

Geneva Lake West
State Supreme Court rules in plow driver case
Golden Years resident to celebrate 107th birthday
Police controversy stirring Bay
Teacher's resignation not for 'misconduct'
Hebron village president pleads to lesser charge

Sports
Bay seeks volleyball coach
White River course officially open
Lake Geneva Legion takes third at state
Gaugert wins State Amateur Championship

July 24, 2014
Lake Geneva News
It's a ramp. It's a structure. No, it's a parking garage!
Lake Geneva's mailman
Utility employee charged with theft
Carstensen, Hoeft make initial court appearance
Business owners seek free parking for Maxwell Street Days
Disc golf course opens July 26

Commentary
Remembering after 50 years on the job
Still prefers a paperback to a smartphone

Community Living
We need your help for this crusade

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Neighbors want to rezone former Honey Bear Farms
GC public works gets new garage
What does owner say about neighbor's rezone request?

Crime
Details emerge in Whitewater shooting
Drug unit announces cocaine bust
Zelich pleads not guilty
Former referee faces felony charges
Photos of unconscious man leads to charges

Community columnists
'How To Train Your Dragon 2' a worthy sequel

County Report
Drug court launches, targets opiate addicts
Documentary film maker seeks funding

Geneva Lake West
Proposed subdivision would add 178 homes
Staff planning for permanent bridge fix
Bay teacher resigns after Facebook post
Does proposal mix police with politics?
Mercy donates CPR devices to seven area rescue squads

Sports
12-year-old golfer among the best

July 17, 2014
Lake Geneva News
Late quorum Monday
Ramp discussion start with money
Extra costs delay park study
Hill, Jordan exchange sharp words

Community Living
Afraid of being homeless

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
ReachOUT serves the community's needs
Board OKs Genoa City Days
Site set for new village hall, police station

Geneva, Linn Township
Zelich pleads not guilty
Well tests aid water quality mapping
Care for all the animals

Community columnists
Ebert's hard life makes for touching film

County Report
Some Wisconsin jails offer Skype-type visits
Ending Common Core standards easier said than done
Brauer seeks sheriff's seat

Lyons-Springfield
Rustic Falls founder dies
Newly dedicated White River Park open

Geneva Lake West
Diamond troubles: Resident voices baseball concerns
Court may change venue
Windmill Prairie developers move fast

Sports
Handel turns a new leaf

July 10, 2014
Lake Geneva News
Cash flow questions in street department since coin controversy
Fromer alderman grips about parking consultant s pending
Girls didn't always jump from Mailboat

Commentary
Taking sides really misses the point

Community Living
From living in a carto living in a home

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Village president defends McKay plan
Village, state stop work on Honey Bear property
A book from the vampire's perspective
Regional News files civil case against Genoa City

Crime
Boy shot in Sharon
Former Genoa City, Bloomfield cop pleads not guilty to theft

Community columnists
'Edge of Tomorrow' is better than the previews

Lyons-Springfield
New park opens Thursday

Geneva Lake West
Beloit company takes over former Amon pit
After years of planning, Bay opens bike path
Bridge needs future repairs
Fontana bridge reopens
No decision on employee sick, vacation time

Sports
The endless debate: Who's the best?

July 03, 2014
Lake Geneva News
'Smart Cards' could provide incentives to shoppers
Elected officials react to theft charges
Day in Time helps clients hold on to memories
Rove, Gibbs talk strategy at Grand Geneva
Council approves parking design committee
Oh buoy: some lake floats are out too far

Commentary
It's a tough job, but somebody's got to do it

Community Living
Helping a friend in need

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Seeking new blood for Fourth of July parade

Geneva, Linn Township
Town of Geneva mosquito misting begins July 3
Zelich told detective deaths were accidental
Inn, triathlon address detour concerns

Crime
Arrest made in suitcase probe

Community columnists
Thoughts on aging

County Report
Deputy DA leaves for large law firm
Attorneys' group discusses initiatives

Geneva Lake West
Abbey Channel bridge closed for repairs
Bike path finally opens
Rock Central concert about more than music
Teacher's fate still unclear

Sports
Is Kidd the right choice?
Romo talks about dedication

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