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Listed below are the issues that have been archived on the internet since January 16, 2003.

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November 28, 2013
Lake Geneva News
Mayor: Time to decide on parking structure
Local to lead LG economic
Gatlinburg relies on private sector for parking
Silence, faith lead to book of poems

Commentary
An awakening, just in time for Thanksgiving

Community Living
Coming back to help after five years

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Board puts village hall decision on hold

Geneva, Linn Township
Geneva could see a small tax increase

Crime
Principal knew volunteer was a sex offender

Community columnists
Can we choose an alternative?
Taxes going down in Wisconsin
Fall agenda moves Wisconsin forward, more coming soon

Geneva Lake West
Big Foot student dies in crash
'Cook the turkey for five minutes'
Agape House looks for funds to expand
What to include in Big Foot referendum
Life-long learner lived for more than a century
Walworth opposes mining legislation

Sports
Bay boys beat Fall River in comeback thriller
Walleye Initiative largest stocking effort ever
Badger girl races super car
Chiefs route Palmyra-Eagle in opener
A successful failure in northwoods
Badgers withstand comeback

November 21, 2013
Lake Geneva News
City, county may reach George Street deal
A special school day, a quiet moment
Kwik Trip gets plan approval
Trostel resealing deal in Lake Geneva
Council OKs budget, 2.3 percent tax increase

Commentary
A quick twist in the Kwik Trip debate

Community Living
Woman victim of downsizing

Geneva, Linn Township
Why did the Woods referendum fail?
Schools prepare for violent intruders

Community columnists
Not forgotten after 50 years
Geneva Lake's original residents had no choice
Judge tells his side of traffic fine issue

Lyons-Springfield
County approves hunting in park

Geneva Lake West
Walworth author writes love story
Village looks at selling land
History hides in school's basement
Big Foot School Board talks referendum with Walworth
Are sidewalk repair requests equitable?

Sports
Girls swim team takes 10th at state
Badger basketball ready for season
Deer hunting begins Nov. 23
Freeze for Life fundraiser back in the Bay

November 14, 2013
Lake Geneva News
New chamber head talks job, plans
Lake Geneva has new city clerk
Gygax memorial has sculptor
City Council removes some impact fees
Wisniewski retires from LG police

Commentary
City should approve Kwik Trip proposal
Q&A on Kwik Trip

Community Living
Woman trying to raise son

Geneva, Linn Township
Borgo a servant to Reek School
Cops get scruffy for a good cause

Crime
Drunken driving case dismissed
Trial set for April in attempted murder case
Sharon man faces 12th OWI

Community columnists
Remembering a cat named Badger

County Report
Deputies accused of intimidating jury
Judge Race talks about leaving the bench

Geneva Lake West
Police seek suspect in Williams Bay bank robbery
Renovation versus new
Seeking a key to the past
Village struggles with unpaid fines
Trustee questions legal fees
Fontana hires HR consultant
A meal in the county, a meal in Haiti

Sports
Wrap-up with Bay coach Derek Diehl
Badger girls swim dominates sectional
Big Foot stunned by Platteville
Dwindling pheasant population spoils hunt

November 07, 2013
Lake Geneva News
City plans 3.7 percent budget increase
Hartshorne generous, kind
Contractors finish up public improvements

Commentary
Finding a soldier in time for Veterans
How do you spell that word again?

Community Living
Granddaughter seeks help for ailing grandmother

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
State, village OK Rush annexation request

Geneva, Linn Township
Woods expansion denied
Employees give back through GIVE
One year later, GIVE continues to grow

Crime
Man gets probation, jail for growing pot
Former bank branch manager faces theft charges
Man back in court for 12th OWI charge

Community columnists
Where does this kind of hate come from?

County Report
Rep. August makes visit during disability employment awareness campaign

Lyons-Springfield
Hunting concerns souring park deal?

Geneva Lake West
After bar party: reporter takes field sobriety testing
Fontana's interim solution
Legion: Veterans helping veterans
Bay aims for November referendum
Walworth cuts budget by 4.5 percent
Bay board signs off on flooding settlement
Cornue shares family history with society

Sports
Badger cross country takes 14th at state championship
Chiefs playoff run ends
Faith Christian's lone runner a star
Badgers stuffed by elastic Marquette defense in playoffs
Chiefs pick apart Cougars
Badger girls swim team wins conference

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