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Listed below are the issues that have been archived on the internet since January 16, 2003.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 26, 2013
Lake Geneva News
State shuts down Lake Geneva day care
School, city talk parking structure
Board to reconsider permits, free parking

Commentary
Happy New Year to all you who help make us

Community Living
Many reasons for poverty and many ways of helping

Crime
Sex offender gets longer sentence
Man sentenced to probation, jail for theft
Woman gets jail, probation for role in home invasion
Man gets four years
Woman in retirement home reports sexual assault
Teen gets prison for his role in robbery
Rapist sent to prison for 15 years

Community columnists
Ammon explains how to tell liberals from the conservatives
Kedzie: State better off
Literacy culled from real life

County Report
Who might run for county board seats?

Geneva Lake West
Correction: Knorr still administrator
Big Foot's Henningfeld earns another accolade
Trustee Wilson won't seek re-election
An apology: Reporter regrets mistake

Sports
Green Bay still alive despite loss to Steelers
Big Foot enters holiday break 1-3
Williams Bay loses sixth straight game
Badger boys defeat Westosha Central

December 19, 2013
Lake Geneva News
Is city sticking to zoning plan?
Carstensen resigns as street superintendent

Commentary
Our Christmas photo op: A holiday hat trick
Red kettles teach lesson in human nature

Community Living
Cancer puts family in dire straits

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Monroe seeks re-election to both jobs
Star Center fifth-graders leave legacy

Community columnists
Remembering a supervisor who left too soon
The making of the Riviera: LG icon turns 80

County Report
Supervisor remembered as 'principled'
Sokolowski was a faithful servant to fair

Geneva Lake West
Correction: Knorr still administrator
Tattoo parlor doesn't ink out plans
Historic Belfry Theater has new owners
Bay talks business TIF district
Williams Bay approves proposed bike path plans
Municipal judge won't step down from bench
Meet Dennis Martin: Fontana's new (interim) village manager

Sports
Big Foot struggling to regain footing
Bay boys still perfect
Co-op swim team takes eighth at invitational
Lady Chiefs win one, lose one
Badger wrestling team prepares to test their mettle
Badger girls defeat Delavan-Darian
Co-op gymnastics team wins opener
Badgers meltdown in fourth quarter

December 12, 2013
Lake Geneva News
LG diner 'Joni's' aims for year-end opening
Residents critical of cemetery proposal
Bell ringers collect for holiday season
Work progressing on disc golf course
LG doctor helps devastated homeland
Move the proposed Gygax memorial site?

Commentary
Random thoughts on Kwik Trip, resolutions

Community Living
Benefit dinner raises $15,237

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Tax rate in village, town jumps 7 cents

Crime
Man gets 20 years for cutting woman's throat
Man gets 3 years for child porn
Platteville man faces fraud charge
Heroin dealer gets 8 years in prison

Community columnists
How to turn a disability into an ability
LGEDC plans for Lake Geneva economic growth

Geneva Lake West
Shodeen pitches plan to Fontana
Big Foot students combine 209 Grimm tales in 1 play
Board wants judge to resign
Fund created for Encisos
Villages may renew joint services talk

Sports
Badgers win 2, lose 1 in 5-day stretch
Badger falls to Wilmot
Chiefs basketball on three-game slide
Big Foot girls basketball loses to Beloit Turner in opener
Swim season begins with SLC relays
Basketball team leads conference
Coach Wedig to leave for Beloit Memorial
Wrestling begins with failure, triumph

December 05, 2013
Lake Geneva News
Man in wheelchair struck by car
LG man dies in crash
Council makes quick vote on Kwik Trip
LG group awards urban beautification

Community Living
Volunteers come through with Thanksgiving meals for needy

Bloomfield, Genoa City, Pell Lake
Genoa City's tax rate drops 99 cents
Mayor asks for larger cemetery commission
Should landowners pay a flat fee for assessment?

Geneva, Linn Township
Tax rate up, values down, bills the same?

Crime
Man gets jail, probation for chats with child
Woman allegedly drove drunk down wrong lane on I-43
Man moves to have blood test tossed in fatal car crash

Community columnists
The way we were: LG historical tidbits

Geneva Lake West
Kaminski to recommend village hall staffing plan
Trustees battle over Hayden's payout
BF recreation program more than fitness center
Schools, PD team up for CounterAct

Sports
Born from a storm
Badger girls pick up where they left off
Last second defeat
Lechelt scores 31 in Bulldog victory
Bay girls defeated by Palmyra-Eagle

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