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August 29, 2013
Lake Geneva News
After veto, council approves pay raise
Misinformation launches cartoonist's career
City's oldest cemetery reopens
Magee, Lake Lawn, LGRN to be honored
Building blocks both real and academic
Former library employee still owes city money

Criticism, sports, pay raises, award

Community Living
Cancer causes financial peril

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Village OKs lawn ordinance

Geneva, Linn Township
Voters to decide on Woods expansion
Project calls for revising school entrance

Woman gets jail, probation in family theft case

Community columnists
When light actually hides the big picture

County Report
Whitewater man killed in crash
Judge Koss' first year on the bench
Law enforcement censoring reports

Geneva Lake West
Professor finishing Shore Path study
Playground construction under way
Lifeguards rescue 26 from water
Walworth school budgeting for roof repairs
Treatment plant: please hold the salt
FFA students present research in Kentucky

Same strategy, usual results
Bay runs to victory over Christian Life
Higher turnout could mean more wins for Lady Badgers
Riding the arm of Aaron
Chiefs pummel Westosha
Bay goes big at QB

August 22, 2013
Lake Geneva News
Pay raise vetoed
Park board to set site for mini-library

Pay not underlying cause of candidate apathy

Community Living
Raising grandson after his parents killed in car accident

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Village hall meeting in September
Village officials release records

Community columnists
The Lake Geneva 'riots' of 1966 and 1967

County Report
York family a longtime staple
Family features 1,300 cows, 290 acres

Geneva Lake West
Bay seeks solution to broken sewage pipe
Local officials ask for runoff abatement
Keefe leaves Fontana school board
Big Foot School Board may outsource custodian employees
Dan Green's memory lives at Pig in the Park
Poker run or paddle will benefit non-profit
St. Benedict mascot in long line of priest's dogs

Goodbye, Lake Geneva, it's been real, it's been fun
Speedy secondary should key Big Foot football
Huge O-line, talented backs boost Badger football

August 15, 2013
Lake Geneva News
Local economic leader set to retire
Palmer farm part of family legacy
Mayor vetoes council pay raise
Starfish Project returns to Lake Geneva

We were scooped on our own story

Community Living
Mother chooses boyfriend over family

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Sheriff's department investigates open meetings complaint
Village may get rid of impact fees
Board officially rejects citizens' petition
Seeking a solution for lake weed problem

Geneva, Linn Township
Construction won't delay start of school
Town board appoints Roy White supervisor

DA clears deputies in fatal shooting

Geneva Lake West
Google creates confusion between two Fontanas
School hires firm for energy efficiency
Big Foot graduate earns Kohl's scholarship
Churches fill backpacks for needy kids
William White hired as Bay principal
Who will become Fairest of the Fair?
Commission clarifies rules for parks

Big Foot alumnus earns roster spot for D1 Arizona
In Higgins we trust: Williams Bay football revamped, ready
Campers thrive at Walworth Lanes
No worries, cable company will play ball for Packers
A family thing for softball champs Stahulak Concrete
Milwaukee Brewers legends highlight Grand Geneva charity event

August 08, 2013
Lake Geneva News
Council looks at pay raises
Lake group still seeks DNR agreement for dam
LGRN wins national awards
Firm searching for new chamber head
Big box stores opening before holidays

Pappas adds perspective to '67 riots

Community Living
Savings eaten up by medical bills

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Country Thunder busy time for GC police

Geneva, Linn Township
Is Woods going to have a referendum election?
Two families for third-generation firefighter

Man gets 14 years for sexual assault
Alleged drunken driver faces felony bail jumping charge
Illinois man faces sexual assault charge
Men arrested at Geneva Towers
Former Star Center PTO treasurer guilty of theft
Twin Lakes burglar gets probation
Alleged heroin dealer's home raided by DEA, drug unit, East Troy PD

Community columnists
Columnist part of public TV's visit to Lake Geneva
How the county budget is built
Historian recalls meeting P.K. Wrigley
State tax cuts long overdue

County Report
DA clears deputies in fatal shooting
WCAC's Tree House takes on child abuse

Steffen farm, in the family since 1899

Geneva Lake West
Did raw sewage enter Geneva Lake?
Students awarded environmental scholarships
Stopping hunger in the summer
Sediment in Bay concerns officials
Pearce opens farm stand
Police hire officer
Neighbors fighting pier placement
Class of '68 talks about changes to school

5 things to watch this high school football season
Character, hard work define LG Legion season
YMCA swim teams back in fast lane
Country Club Estates a diamond in the rough

August 01, 2013
Lake Geneva News
Ditka files lawsuit against LG group
Old friend comes down
Lake Geneva group seeks more industry
Arborist's job simple: keep trees from falling

Village president responds to editor's column
Condos recalls how city, school teamed together

Community Living
Hit-and-run accident leaves family devastated

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Chief awards three officers

Man gets 14 years prison for sexual assault
Woman gets three years prison for theft

Geneva Lake West
From photos to paintings, art runs in family
A 28-car-garage on the lakefront?
Fontana approves daytime coverage
Fire department takes over rescue
Gardeners, volunteers restore prairie

Genoa City Legion squanders early lead, season ends
Lake Geneva Swim Club nabs sixth at state
Ryan Braun ignored true meaning of baseball

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