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Listed below are the issues that have been archived on the internet since January 16, 2003.

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September 24, 2015
Lake Geneva News
New parking suggestions for Central-Denison
New shoreland rules stirring opposition
Magic theater plans to appear in LG
City ponders closer oversight of utilities

We can all learn how to become better writers

Community Living
Mom struggles financially as daughter battles cancer

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Trustee wants better event ordinance
Board finds savings, tries to cut building costs

Geneva, Linn Township
Reek pushes forward with new athletic field

Community happenings
Boat show coming to Abbey Resort in Fontana

Man faces meth charge
Woman faces OWI homicide
Charges filed after fatal crash

Community columnists
Under the Friday night lights
A question that still resonates
What's in this year's preliminary county budget?

County Report
County may fund prosecutor
Body cameras not in 2016 county budget
Short-term rentals possible with rezone

Geneva Lake West
MRSA confirmed in student-athlete
State rules change on recreation funds
Program offers new opportunities at school
BF grad premieres film
Sophomore handpicked for cheer leading team
Someone creates fake social media account for reporter

Defense lifts Chiefs in win over Panthers
Rain doesn't slow Badgers run game Friday night
Badgers prep for SLC play
Lake Geneva golfer just a few strokes away from the Masters
Bulldogs back on the gridiron
Badger swimmer breaks school record

September 17, 2015
Lake Geneva News
Carstensen sentenced to six months jail
LG police lay out pros and cons of body cams
School steps back from parking lot plan
Badgerprincipal battles brain cancer
Contractor to help with tornado cleanup
Carstensen strikes plea deal in theft case
Foodies take a Taste of Lake Geneva and like it

From the Kennedy assassination to 9/11

Community Living
Parents need help paying overdue utility

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Village President: Not enough progress on unsightly properties
Star Center's new push to create tomorrow's leaders
Progress slow on Bloomfield salt shed

Community happenings
Students and staff safer at Darien school

Teen charged after fatal crash
Man guilty of reduced charges
Two arrested in suspected meth operation

Community columnists
Lake Geneva was home to sanitariums
Thank Eisenhower for America's covert debacles

County Report
Fatal crash in Darien
Bretl proposes small levy raise for county budget
Commissioner enters race to replace Judge Carlson

Geneva Lake West
Golden Years residents stuff teddy bears for grieving families
Historical group plans move into library
Nearly 25 percent of Bay staff changes this year
Resident concerned over plan deal
Comprehensive plan revisions delayed due to vague bid requests
Elementary school mulls major philosophy change

Badger boys XC getting on track for three-peat
Blue Jays dogged by Bay
Big Foot/Williams Bay tennis defeats the Tide
Badger tennis shows no signs of slowing
Chiefs volleyball ready for run at conference title
Cardinals best Big Foot Chiefs in over time
Chiefs and 'Dogs run at Ladish Invite
Badger football tramples Falcons in rout

September 10, 2015
Lake Geneva News
Former street superintendent guilty of felony
Plea agreement possible in street department case
Women deny sexual harassment allegations, critical of petition
Officer accuses police chief of misconduct
Fire destroys boat on Sunday near Stone Manor
Attorneys for deputy, county request rehearing
Dog park official opening set for Oct. 3

Open records key to good government

Community Living
Seniors need furniture, but won't ask for help

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Town of Bloomfield house damaged by fire
Former teacher becomes school's EdTech coordinator
Speed limit on Highway B raises concerns
Brookwood buys more SMART Boards

Geneva, Linn Township
Black Point enjoys decade as gateway to Geneva Lake's past

Community happenings
Taste of Lake Geneva is tomorrow in city's downtown
SMILES organization hosting open house Sept. 19

Wisconsin News
On Sept. 11 anniversary, appeals to remember as time passes

Man found not guilty of sexual assault
Lake Geneva couple faces heroin charges
Man allegedly steals $35,000 from couple
Man charged after children hurt in crash

Community columnists
Reading budgets tedious without short histories
Gov. Walker flip flops on immigration stance

County Report
Police discover suspected meth lab in Delavan
Fair is a mecca of local culture, talent

Geneva Lake West
Who should pay for completed road repair?
Pig in the Park will be held in July next year
Agape House now offering community counseling services
Local women release anti-bullying song
Market finishes 3rd season

Badger still in the rough
Badgers putting pieces together at Tremper Invite
Badgers face first test in SLC contest
Dominant linemen pave way for Big Foot offense
Badgers win big at Big Foot Invitational
Late game heroics buoy Badger win
Badgers win more than cookies at Parker Relays

September 03, 2015
Lake Geneva News
Audit shows $6 million gap in TIF spending
Area educator Agriscience Teacher of the Year
Officer seeks to remove police chief
Initiative strives to bring back the stars
Council prepares for budget
Petitions push rezone vote to higher standard
Doctor tells of Holocaust effect on family, self

Ordinary and unheralded, these men were heroes

Community Living
Auto repairs just the beginning problem for those in need

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Brookwood offers students 23 elective courses
Brookwood's new approach to reading

Geneva, Linn Township
Procedural errors halt Geneva Inn plan
New playground might go in this year

Community happenings
Annual fundraiser Pig in the Park on Saturday

Wisconsin News
Vos says he's not pursuing open records changes
Wisconsin lawmakers consider Planned Parenthood funding

Man allegedly molests 7-year-old
District attorney charges 3 people with animal abuse
Former GC woman guilty of causing child mental harm

Community columnists
For better or worse, we all impact planet
Changes to LG in the past half-century
Music expresses what is impossible to silence
Powerful performances in rap group's biopic

County Report
I-43 closure set for Sept. 10
Hunt for 3 suspects in Illinois officer's death continues
Longtime judge won't seek re-election in 2016
Who might run for circuit court judge?

Geneva Lake West
Man arrested after crash on Highway 67
Administration team ready for students
Big Foot seniors mentoring freshmen
State changes on room tax may hurt village's budget

Badgers start sluggish, fall in OT
Badgers get sneak peek of Southern Lakes competition
Badgers back on track
Pirates leave Bay in shambles
BFWB offense failing to find back of the net
D-D Comets offense blazes past BF Chiefs

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