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November 27, 2014
Lake Geneva News
Artisan pizzeria plans to serve Neapolitan pies
What's the development outlook for downtown
Owner confirms city fee pushed her to close
Officials still puzzled by referendum defeat

An apology, and some upcoming news
Riding shotgun in the Linn Fire Boat

Community Living
Our Thanksgiving blessings

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Town of Bloomfield conjures smaller tax increases

Geneva, Linn Township
Willow Road project in Linn's budget
Town tax rate up less than 1.5 cents
Chairman: Fun Fest may return

Waterford man allegedly tied up, molested child
Attempted murder suspect disciplined for jail incident

Community columnists
Pain and suffering
Interstellar worth hype

County Report
Students pitch ideas in Gateway's 'Shark Tank'
Officials may seek short-term rental regulations

Geneva Lake West
Step back in time for Victorian Christmas
Gage resigns from board
Patriotic rally comes to close
Online safety: Once it's out there, it's out there
Repair shop hopes to resolve issues
'Private' road has no clear owner

Done Diehl
Chiefs drop the ball in season opener vs East
Lake Geneva area making the transition to winter sports
Eagles running on empty
Badgers beat on the boards

November 20, 2014
Lake Geneva News
Traver ownership still contested
Council approves budget, tax rate remains the same
Former city worker pleads not guilty

The city has a public perception problem

Community Living
Grandma's injury pushed family to edge of despair

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Speed limit change raises questions
Village tax rate may hold for 2015

Geneva, Linn Township
Christmas comes early for Linn

Teen pleads guilty to child porn charge
Elkhorn student's phone seized by police
Murder suspect files 13 motions in case

Community columnists
What WCEDA does for county
You haven't heard it all before
Football pals and growing old

County Report
County approves final budget with no changes
Soy sauce byproduct could aid road deicing

Geneva Lake West
In county, Fontana unique in plowing private roads
Village, VFW post, at odds over memorial
School kicks off search
'Seussical the Musical' this weekend
Underwater survey finds little trash in lake
Fontana Rescue: quicker to respond

Badgers boast seven swimmers at state meet
5 reasons to be excited for the Bulls in 2014
5 reasons to board the Bucks bandwagon
Simple safety tips for happy hunting
Badger boys ready to dive in; swim team start prep for '14-15
Badger gymnastics looking to return to state tournament
Badger wrestling at top of stacked SLC
Big Foot/Williams Bay wrestling preps for 2014-15

November 13, 2014
Lake Geneva News
Whoa! Parking fees end horse-and-carriage rides
Hartshorne legacy makes way through probate
Dog park tops city's to do list
Future of TIF, parking uncertain

Moving on after the referendum vote

Community Living
A week in The Time Is Now

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Smaller feeder districts see tax rate hikes

Geneva, Linn Township
Has a piece of local history vanished?

Wisconsin News
Wisconsin ag exports climb 17 percent

Man gets 16 years for OWI homicide

Community columnists
Problem deeper than parking
A Veterans Day request
Focus on area families at historical society meeting

County Report
No pipeline accidents, but county prepares

Geneva Lake West
Bay students named as NMS semifinalists
Board split on liquor license
Inspirational sky diving
Websters hosting last Support Our Troops Rally

Southern Lakes All-Conference 2014 fall athletes announced
Young Chiefs looking to do big things in RVC
Badgers ready to return to the hardwood for 2014
Bulldogs ready to tip off
Packers keep on rolling, Bears imploding in blowout
Bulldogs look to rebound in '14
Big Foot basketball
No soaring expectations
Badger girls basketball preview
Introducing LGRN's new sports editor
Badgers extend swim season at sectionals

November 06, 2014
Lake Geneva News
Fire department buys virus-resistant suits
Parking referendum falls flat

Community Living
Landlord helps with patience, job

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
How's the lake association doing?
Lake Geneva's perspective on incorporation
Honey Bear progress leaves bitter taste

Wisconsin News
Evers proposes increasing public school funding
Burke consultant discusses plagiarism accusations
Walker sends mixed signals about 2016 plans

Prosecutor asks judge to reject O'Briens motions
DA refiles rape charges against Illinois man

Community columnists
The emergence of the Franklin Avenue neighborhood
County finances on the right path

County Report
August, Nass elected
More police departments using body cams
Crash on Highway 20 results in one death

Geneva Lake West
Voters approve Bay school referendum
Longtime educator Knorr dies
Animal shelter's raffle ruffles feathers
Bay mulls tweaks to comment procedure
Private road plowing fee upsets association residents
Big Foot plans for infrastructure upgrades
Big Foot talks social media
Association hired to find next Walworth school administrator
Big Foot wins financial literacy award

Badger's strong swimmers secure Southern Lakes title
RVC all-conference athletes
Green Bay and the Bears at the bye week
Trailways-Small announces football all-conf. selections
Bulldogs topped by Hilltoppers
Demco does Big Foot proud at cross country state meet
Badger seniors take final run
Triumphant tennis tandem talks state

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