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August 30, 2012
Lake Geneva News
Sides continue to growl about dogs swimming

Editorial
Mr. Feeney's lesson is easy to write about, hard to live

Community Living
Transplant too costly

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
New principal ready to take Star to the next level

Geneva, Linn Township
Why did Decker post bail in homicide case?
New program aims to expand cultural education

Crime
Man receives probation for sex assault
Madison man faces assault charge

County Report
Retired state trooper dies in ultralight crash
Unlikely pair to perform at county fair

Geneva Lake West
Former Fontana president talks about service

Sports
A blast from the past
Badger runners boast experience

August 23, 2012
Lake Geneva News
UPDATED: Bomb threats and bank robbery
Sister remembers Kari
Reimbursement issue dead, Kupsik says

Editorial
Additions, corrections, trivia

Community Living
Time is Now in line for grant

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
A willing target in an entertaining show

Geneva, Linn Township
Is mushroom, firearm case in trouble?

Crime
Warrant issued for man allegedly involved in stabbing

County Report
Sheriff identifies alleged bank robber
County Cloggers to take Park stage at fair

Geneva Lake West
Can cycling rejuvenate Sharon?

Sports
BREAKING: Badgers fall in final minute, Chiefs roll
Starting from scratch
Badgers banking on SLC repeat

August 16, 2012
Lake Geneva News
Republican vice presidential nominee has nearby roots

Editorial
A Ryan flashback: Play forward the what if game

Community Living
A sister helping her brother

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
This will be good for us when we're older

Geneva, Linn Township
Another repair project goes to voters Nov. 6

Crime
Man faces sexual assault charge
Man pleads not guilty by reason of mental disease

County Report
Police investigate reported stabbing
Necci wins primary for DA
Public defender pushes for deferred prosecutions

Fontana
Village seeks frog removal

Geneva Lake West
Heat, drought slam local corn harvest

Sports
Busy summer for Lady Chiefs volleyball includes national title
Generals destroy Dane County in rout

August 09, 2012
Lake Geneva News
Lake Geneva man on way to temple day of shooting
Questions surround death

Editorial
Blending Mayberry, modern realities

Community Living
Electric bill too much to handle

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Money or elbow grease?

Geneva, Linn Township
Pig and Corn Roast more than tradition

Crime
Man gets two years for heroin
Man faces ninth OWI
Bay man pleads guilty to felony burglary

Legislators at Work
GOP lawmakers unhappy with drowning sentence

County Report
Three running for register of deeds seat

Lyons-Springfield
Mother says shooting was murder

Geneva Lake West
Norton took long way to Fontana

Sports
Former Big Foot star will play D2 volleyball
The best defense ... is a good defense

August 02, 2012
Lake Geneva News
Bikes legal on parts of shore path
City responding to west pier issues

Editorial
Those little things that drive us all crazy

Community Living
Never mentioned their poverty

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Mud & catfish: Two reasons people flock to Genoa City Days

Geneva, Linn Township
FunFestival brings unity to the community

Crime
Mom gets probation in infants' drowning

County Report
Drunken driver who hurt mom heads to prison
Officials dismayed over sentencing in drowning deaths
Retiring judge recalls tough decisions, cases

Geneva Lake West
Kleefisch talks jobs for veterans

Sports
Genoa City can't solve Beloit, season ends
Schooling the boss on the links

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