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Listed below are the issues that have been archived on the internet since January 16, 2003.

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October 25, 2012
Lake Geneva News
August faces challenges from Democrat, Libertarian

Community Living
Months behind in mortgage payments

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Brookwood and the changes in education

Geneva, Linn Township
Geneva seems willing to revisit talks with Linn

Legislators at Work
Kedzie: son attacked

County Report
Child dies in crash
Two friends vying for register of deeds seat

Geneva Lake West
Loudenbeck, Schroeder vie for Assembly seat
Walworth author's new Christmas book has moral

Sports
Bay football earned this victory
BREAKING: Badger silences Sabers, marches on to final eight

October 18, 2012
Lake Geneva News
Is DNR policy hurting lake?

Editorial
Chance to win free theater tickets
Political games played by both sides over August emails

Community Living
Pastor's prayers answered

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Village president laments failed negotiations

Geneva, Linn Township
GIVE achieves official status, plans first event

Crime
Sharon woman accused of sexual assault

Geneva Lake West
Bay pier dispute may go to court
Valley of the Kings seeks support

Sports
BREAKING: Bay football wins first game since 2007, snaps 45-game skid
The real season begins
Badger scores late, hangs on for playoff victory
Controversial call dooms Bulldogs

October 11, 2012
Lake Geneva News
What is the next step for Hillmoor?

Editorial
Count your blessings, remember your tragedies

Community Living
Mother is ill, father is out of work

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Border talks go nowhere

Geneva, Linn Township
Waiting for the flood

Crime
Man pleads guilty after Amber Alert incident

County Report
Raising money, awareness for advocacy center
Necci is now Walworth County DA

Geneva Lake West
Village wants input on refuse collection

Sports
BREAKING: Late touchdown lifts Waterford past Badger in SLC title bout
Friday's Badger-Waterford tilt for Southern Lakes title
Badgers win first sectional, make history

October 04, 2012
Lake Geneva News
Police shut down illegal massage parlor
Heroic acts save Lake Geneva college student

Editorial
Badger grad co-produces hit movie

Community Living
They lived in their car

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Baseball program originator enters hall of fame

Geneva, Linn Township
Dirty your hands at Fellow Mortals' new center

Legislators at Work
County seeks no tax hike

County Report
Two injured in crash, driver allegedly drunk
Winter tourism spending jumps 6.5 percent

Geneva Lake West
Aaron Rogers scores big with kids in Bay
Students grow, raise food for hungry

Sports
BREAKING: Big Foot claims sixth straight conference title, Badger bucks Broncos
Lady Badgers wrap up season at regionals
A football natural: Gutierrez-Mas makes impact

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