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Listed below are the issues that have been archived on the internet since January 16, 2003.

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December 27, 2012
Lake Geneva News
Tax season in the air

Editorial
Marra good example of upfront leadership

Community Living
Where the donations went

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
2012's top story: A new village

Geneva, Linn Township
2012's top story: Voters approve Reek referendum

Community columnists
Lake Geneva memories: TV, mobs and Gypsies

County Report
Police say there is hole in gun law

Lyons-Springfield
Mom to sue county, cops over son's death

Geneva Lake West
Students, Rotarians fill baskets for needy families
Bay kids give books to shelter

Sports
Story of the year: Coach causes major dispute
BREAKING: Free throws fuel Faith Christian over rival Williams Bay
A big year for social media

December 20, 2012
Lake Geneva News
City releases Hummel settlement memo
Shooting sparks school safety talks

Editorial
Heroes, forgiveness, ragged hope

Community Living
Premature baby challenges budget

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Police close Freeman Street during search

Geneva, Linn Township
Has shooting changed school security?

Crime
Judge orders probation in battery case
Alleged bank robber may change plea
Woman charged after house fire
Grandma faces embezzlement charge

County Report
Board rejoins state county association

Geneva Lake West
President shares Christmas tradition
CDA hears plans to develop Duck Pond

Sports
Badger grapplers suffer SLC setback
Czech native, Badger grad shines for St. Norbert

December 13, 2012
Lake Geneva News
Men replace stolen cross
Council backs dam solution

Editorial
Return to sender, address unknown

Community Living
'I am so scared...'

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Wrzeszcz out, Antti wants in

Geneva, Linn Township
Catching up with the man behind the lens

Crime
Teen charged in Election Day robbery
Delavan man pleads not guilty to sexual assaults
Madison man guilty of sex assault

Community columnists
Lake Geneva's history lies buried in Pioneer Cemetery

Geneva Lake West
High-powered boards in every classroom

Sports
Slagle's buzzer beater boosts Badger to first win
Burlington/Badger/Wilmot features two state champs

December 06, 2012
Lake Geneva News
Troop 235's tree tradition continues
The Cove moves past 'dark days'

Editorial
The price of winning the lottery

Community Living
Predatory loans must end

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Town's rate up in Bloomfield

Geneva, Linn Township
The trend continues

Community columnists
A 'Silent' speaks out

County Report
Muskies stocked in Delavan Lake

Geneva Lake West
Schools prepare students for new test

Sports
Area native takes over Big Foot girls hoops
Experienced Badgers banking on unselfish play
Believe the hype: Badger wrestlers reloaded

Resorter
Dance Factory performing 'Nutcracker' at Young Auditorium

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