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January 30, 2014
Lake Geneva News
Badger student plays at coffee shops, restaurants
Flow chart doesn't line up with council
New day care to move into former Amy's Academy

When you can only agree to disagree

Community Living
How the money was used

Geneva, Linn Township
After six years, Kukla ready to step down
Community helping victims of house fire

Woman in stabbing case faces new felonies
Judge won't toss charges against Genoa City man
Walworth man faces bond violation charge

Community columnists
An analysis of Lake Geneva's early history

County Report
County works out details for drug court
Institute observes 30 years of ag education
DA wants heroin dealers to get longer sentences

Club donates coldwater rescue suits to Lyons FD

Geneva Lake West
Geneva Lake is paradise for iceboaters
Chalk up the talent to Bay's Rock Central
Bay teacher earns state choral award
Variables present budget challenges
Board talks about options for Shodeen development

Chiefs win two straight
A tale of two climates
Conference title within reach for Badger swim team
Badger recovers from 1-point loss
Badger wrestling wins Tosa invite

January 23, 2014
Lake Geneva News
Geneva Lake premier just 'Around the Corner'
Liaison officers patrol hallways at LG schools

The day racism KO'd a champ

Community Living
A friend gets a first-hand look at poverty

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Two plans left for Village Hall/PD

Geneva, Linn Township
Understaffed, but not dropping shifts
Pros and cons of full-, part-time cops
Staffing issue 'not a new discussion'

Man gets 10 years for sex assault
Lake Geneva man faces 20 new charges

Community columnists
'Contrarian' paints historic picture of local preservation
Historical group 'adamantly' opposed to demolishing home

County Report
Rumbling keeps drivers from drifting
County launching drug court

Geneva Lake West
Culinary masterpieces
First Lady promotes women's health
Residents talk about Fontana's history
Board hears staffing ideas
Tax levy increase on ballot in April
Village court changes could take months
New library quadruples square footage

Reeling in second place
Lady Chiefs fall to Turner
Bay records first losses
Badgers fall to Elks
Faith Christian boys win two
Badger girls defeat Elkhorn

January 16, 2014
Lake Geneva News
No one hurt in school bus crash
Homeowners: Don't raze our paradise to put up a parking lot
Cemetery commission revision approved
Diner a long labor of love for Yunkers

To frozen heroes and free jump starts

Community Living
A very thankful widow

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Town takes another crack at clerk-treasurer referendum
Bullock reflects on time as trustee

Geneva, Linn Township
Police understaffed, town has no fire department

Heroin dealer gets six years prison
Sex offender accused of officiating game
Woman sentenced after home invasion

Community columnists
An artist of life
Tax season may be less taxing this year

County Report
From bench, Drettwan speaks with candor
County extends Bretl's contract

Geneva Lake West
Big Foot has week to decide on referendum
Board buys site for new library
Village may create new court branch
DOT cuts median from Highway 14 plan
Chapel cleans waters, cleans souls

Lady Chiefs lose blow-out to McFarland
Faith Christian falls to St. Anthony
Badger grapplers fall to Burlington, win Verona Invite
Badger girls take down Burlington
Chiefs seven-game losing streak ends
Bulldogs slam Johnson Creek
Second half surge

January 09, 2014
Lake Geneva News
Spring elections shape up
Badger benefits from Precision internship
Manufacturer confronts worker shortage
Joni's Diner open for breakfast, lunch
Residents evacuated during fire at Havenwood
Local preview of McGivern show on Lake Geneva

Making a better Regional News, controversy, compliments

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Village hall talks may begin soon

Geneva, Linn Township
Weiss: Plan review major issue for 2014

Woman allegedly sold heroin
Man arrested for child porn
Man back in court after arrest in Chicago
Man faces another burglary charge

Community columnists
Kids are quotable for all the wrong reasons

County Report
Transgender activist starts LGBT group
Judge Drettwan
Treasurer clarifies concerns over tax bills
Should county, not state, inspect restaurants?

Geneva Lake West
Secret village donor blesses community
Lake Street building may see face-lift
Reverend takes leave from St. Benedict

Badger trounces Big Foot
Glory grazed their fingers

January 02, 2014
Lake Geneva News
Life-Threatening cold air to grip Wisconsin
Badger graduate produces independent film
Board members don't favor changes
County to repair George Street

We need to do better

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Town chairman on top issues for 2014
Monroe: Capital improvement plan 2014's biggest issue
Board taking association idea seriously

Community columnists
Dealing with school security fears
Last two months worst for charity

County Report
Griebel was coroner for 53 years

Mandaamin breeding better crops

Geneva Lake West
Schools send delegates to educational conference
Rescue services get good reviews
Public works crew members pass test
Long-time agriculture teacher dies

Badger girls take second at Invitational
Bay bulldogs opponents
Bay girls record first win of season
Badger grad achieves his life-long goal at early age

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