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December 25, 2014
Lake Geneva News
Traver Hotel sale remains contested
Higher parking fines coming, free parking on the way
Toys made of wood with love go to kids in need
District 1 council challenge shapes up
ScuttlebuttS closes after impressive run

Community Living
Reward comes on cue

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Sperandeo joins the Genoa City board
Cops take children Christmas shopping

Geneva, Linn Township
Weiss, DeYoung vying for chairman seat

Wisconsin News
Wausau man celebrates 40 Christmases with 1 tree

Community columnists
Student still inspires teacher
Trying to make it in Nashville
Film with great potential misses mark
Razing school would be unforgivable

Geneva Lake West
Rotary, school fill food boxes
Sharon's Hayden is one of Santa's helpers
Music department is up for a Grammy
District to spend $144,000 on Internet, technology upgrades
Christmas idea leads to children's book
Marra will see challenger

Big Foot outlasts Clinton in marathon matchup
Swimmers' sights set on Southern Lakes Conference
BFWB wrestlers encounter steep competition at Mount Horeb
Bulldogs fall victim to familiar formula
Tired wings
Badgers wrestle Wolverines into submission
Reuther Dogs roll over against Faith Christian
Badgers win at Elkhorn, down Demons on the road
Badgers blown out in Burlington
Big Foot wins in battle versus the Bay

December 18, 2014
Lake Geneva News
Reflections on Bay bond win, LG parking ramp loss
DECA drive ensures gifts under trees

Halverson's Christmas tree debacle

Community Living
Celebrating 600 columns

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Bloomfield trustees Bernstein, Bauman to seek second terms

Geneva, Linn Township
Town of Geneva incumbents will seek re-election

Jury convicts teen for rape
Lake Geneva nurse charged with Medicaid fraud
Man accused of sexual assault
Picknell explains training for dealing with suicidal persons
Brown lawsuit goes to federal appeals court

Community columnists
Birdman is one of the year's best films
Tax reform report lacks substance
Mid-century Christmastime in Lake Geneva

County Report
Semitrailer overturns, causes injuries
Conservancy honors county for park purchase
Fatal crash in LaGrange
Highway to close Friday
Kenosha sheriff wants Genoa City police out of Country Thunder
County Board tightens rules on short-term rentals

Geneva Lake West
After years of planning, library opens its doors
Santa won't miss any homes
Bay grants VFW permit for memorial stones
Kenny running for village president
Pruessing steps down from Big Foot board
Sammy's plans expansion

Bulldogs withstand Trojans rally in Bay's home opener
Badgers survive turnovers, Falcons
Big Foot blown out by Jefferson
Faith Christian girls get first win of season
Whippet real good
BFWB debuts with double whammy
Bulldogs maul Bluejays, match last year's win total
Eagles still struggling
Badger and Broncos grapple in the Grove
Badgers rebound; return to their winning ways vs. Edgerton

December 11, 2014
Lake Geneva News
Rule may inhibit downtown living
City seeks costs for dog park
City mulls demerit system for liquor licenses
Company hired to build pavilion
Park plan heads to plan commission
Hundreds pack meals for impoverished

Community Living
Need donations to fill great need

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Will there be a challenge for village president race?
Genoa City may up Country Thunder fees by $50K
Neighbors can no longer ask for rezones

Wisconsin News
Wisconsin elections board to discuss audit
Dozens treated for carbon monoxide at ice rink

Competency questioned in attempted homicide case
Lake Geneva man accused of sex assault

Community columnists
Lake Geneva's lost and surviving icons
Ballots or bullets?

County Report
Sharon man dies in one-vehicle crash
Fundraising site created for Delavan girl

Geneva Lake West
Teen singers performing holiday series
Sled dogs show off at Victorian Christmas
Walworth mulls sex offender ordinance
Mecum buys village land
Whowell talks of rejoining village board

Cross-town classic
Depth and defense key for high motor Badgers
Faith Christian finding their way after rough start
Diving in at Delavan Invite
Chiefs moving on up; get win at Jefferson
Bulldogs victorious in sloppy season opener
Chiefs still searching
Badger boys back in action
Badger wrestlers wrangle Westosha

December 04, 2014
Lake Geneva News
Smart Card pilot program proposed for summer
Work on Gygax memorial slowed, but not stopped
Local attends seminar for future doctors
Riviera business owners defend leases

Some residents feel council is out of touch
It's not easy to receive undeserved benefits

Community Living
Helping woman who was swindled

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Unfinished business pushes politicians
Group builds ramp for wheelchair-bound man
Village's TID closure helps lower taxes again

White sent to prison
IRS scam hits area
Rape case set for trial
Carlson rejects motions to dismiss
County releases report on child neglect incident
More charges filed in attempted homicide
Former Badger janitor gets prison for assaulting student

Community columnists
An interview with 'Fury' producer
Miscellaneous memories of growing up in Lake Geneva
Quotes that influenced former Badger teacher
Final rally memorable

County Report
Man killed in crash
Man killed in Delavan fire
Couple on mercy trip to Wisconsin tribe

Geneva Lake West
Whowell to complete Gage's term
Taxes increase at most Big Foot area schools
Marra wants procedure straight on memorial
Ketterhagen to complete Decker's term
Environmental factors cause dispatch delays
Seventh-graders sing during Red Ribbon week

Bulldogs struggle to find shot in loss
Chiefs out run by Greyhounds, drop season opener
Badgers rebound in home opener

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