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Listed below are the issues that have been archived on the internet since January 16, 2003.

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March 31, 2016
Lake Geneva News
Echo of raceway fades into Symphony Bay
Grievances filed by cop returns to commission
City won't undertake proposed usage study of Hillmoor
Possibility of park art hung up on details
Flag pole issue defused by permit, apology
Badger student Newell wins Kohl Scholarship

Community Living
Husband who cares for wife, mother-in-law receives help

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
News program by kids, for kids at Brookwood
Brookwood learns many facets of wellness

Geneva, Linn Township
Zelich gets 35 years for suitcase murder
Officials prepare for massive town event
Reek middle school students get into Poetry Café
Treasurer question on April 5 ballot
Linn Farm hosts of statewide ag show

Community happenings
Chapel on the hill hosting 'Here for the Gold'

Crime
President, chairman of Gazette faces misdemeanor

Community columnists
Badger students teaching English language learners
International support exists for candidate
Plat maps provide window into area's past

County Report
Local election results
Judge candidates spar at area forums

Geneva Lake West
County approves permit for gravel washing
Conservancy to hire executive director
Linn chairman working in Williams Bay
Democrat challenges Loudenbeck
A sixth of Walworth's water customers were late on bills
Dozen candidates address area chamber

Sports
LG YMCA swim teams end season strong
Summer baseball league receives a boost from LG car dealership
Bowling: a peculiar pastime

March 24, 2016
Lake Geneva News
Letter asks for info on Hillmoor proposal
How Geneva Theater owner revitalized Plaza
Lake Geneva city council approves tennis club

Commentary
Politics trump party idealism once again

Community Living
Many know daily fight of hunger, bills; lack safety

Community happenings
Celebrate Easter with the area's egg hunts

Wisconsin News
Ryan: 'Disheartening' politics risks distrust of government

Crime
No charges after fatal crash
How police busted Genoa City meth lab

Community columnists
Conventions: The reality show continues
State kindergarten benchmarks rising
Scalia was a marvel on the Supreme Court
Candidates not 'greatest'
Open meetings law important for transparency

County Report
DOT rebuilding I-43 bridge over Elm Ridge Road
Attorneys had different focuses in private practice
Johnson denounces 'Activist judge' comment
Attorney files charges in case DA rejected

Geneva Lake West
BFHS under construction
Onvoy bypass would reduce truck traffic
Trustee pins conditions on new school
Village waits for development from Mecum Auctions
Action: Elementary students perform

Sports
Rattlers roll at state tourney
Badgers eighth-grade team nets championship
Badger wrestlers qualify for state
Best in the Rockies
Badger's biggest talent Mikrut satisfied with years in wrestling

March 17, 2016
Lake Geneva News
Driver seriously hurt in town of Lyons crash
Ash trees being replaced
PSC approves city water rate rise
LG City Council approves Geneva Theater plan
Candidates talk business issues at candidate forum

Commentary
Open government focus of Sunshine Week

Community Living
Neighbor requests help for single dad in need

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Board approves bonds totaling $5 million
Genoa City may replace underground utilities
Construction funding gets board approval
Monroe critical of Bernstein's campaign blog

Community happenings
Fontana Elementary students' artwork on display Thursday

Community columnists
Mencken was original, penetrating writer
Baseball's Beaumont connected to writer
Remembering the value of our history

County Report
Judge orders attorney to file charges
Building a better business climate in Elkhorn
Removing kids from throes of parents' addiction
Officials hope success rate rises with participant housing subsidies

Geneva Lake West
Town rejects Shodeen housing proposal
Library budget overage a concern
'You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown'

Sports
SLC announces Badger's all-conference selections
Rock Valley Conference honors Big Foot athletes
Top 'Dogs announced
Catholic Central boys bound for state

March 10, 2016
Lake Geneva News
Law increases chamber's share of room tax
Playground nonprofit moving ahead
Fire fighters respond to Bella Vista on Monday
Hillmoor future, Geneva Theater before council
LGRN hires new general manager
Badger kids learn global perspective in Model UN

Commentary
Trump teaches me that I'm out of touch

Community Living
Mom's cancer leaves daughter struggling

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Police raid suspected meth lab in Genoa City
Bloomfield board approves boat races for May 20-22
Bloomfield police chief explains budget error

Geneva, Linn Township
Ticket dismissed against Decker
Older Woods students run Seuss celebration

Community happenings
Geneva Lake Museum explores history of the chair

Wisconsin News
Bradley supported Paglia's date rape stance in 1992 column

Crime
Man charged for suspected meth lab
Police investigate alleged sex assault

Community columnists
Quinn's quest for his father
History of property taxes
Supreme Court appointees render their own decisions

Geneva Lake West
Hartwig proud of time on board
School may still be used for education
Village, Munson reach agreement
Bridge construction is nearly done
Walworth music students head to state
Global experience: From rugby to traditional dance

Sports
Eagles end season atop the conference
Eagles sweep the conference
Road woes
Chiefs mulling new direction after season-ending loss
Badgers ravaged by Raccoons at regionals

March 03, 2016
Lake Geneva News
Fire fighters respond to Bella Vista
Flight for Life responds to motorcycle crash
An unintentional public servant
Traver down: future of site is bright
City mulls repairs to Elmer's piers
Yearly police report to keep residents in loop

Commentary
No stagnation with recognition from newspaper association

Community Living
Aunt struggles to care for her 6-year-old niece

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
School to offer child care
Star Center students Skype with authors

Geneva, Linn Township
Town of Geneva man killed in crash
What caused the Reek School lockdown last week?

Community happenings
Yerkes hosting workshop on light pollution March 5

Community columnists
Smaller government is not always better
Lake Geneva's forgotten Scottish 'castle'
Badger's automotive classes a success
Why do American cities vote the way they do?

County Report
Deputies may have stopped overdose death
Newcomer Welcher to run against August in 32nd
Illinois man found not guilty of assault after charges reissued

Geneva Lake West
Spending shift at Big Foot
New school owner to close deal Sept. 1
Municipal court revenue rises
Walworth delays comprehensive plan rewrite
District meets achievement gap goals

Sports
BFWB wrestlers moving in the right direction
Chiefs stumble in second round
Badgers end season with loss to Warriors
Bulldogs rally falls short versus Comets
Demons fall at sectionals
Badger alum named college player of the year
Seniors receive state send off

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