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This is the 800th newspaper column, and we have so much good news to share. We are so happy to tell you that we have not only matched the Barnabas Summer 2018 $34,000 Matching Grant, but we have also spent every dollar of this matching grant providing desperately needed poverty relief to man…

Approximately one in eight women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime. One of the best ways to minimize your risk of breast cancer is through early detection and education. Here are a few key pieces of information to increase your understanding of breast cancer, and to help you prevent it.

If you’ve ever had the flu, you know how sick and miserable it can make you feel. With flu season approaching, it’s a good time to answer the questions people often ask about the flu and flu vaccine. Arming yourself with facts about the flu, and getting a flu shot, can help you and those aro…

On Sept. 18, Chris Brookes gave a superb presentation at the Geneva Lake Museum’s “Tuesdays @ Two” program about 10 women who were members of prominent (and, of course, very rich) families who had summer estates on Geneva Lake. Each of these women had contributed significantly to enriching t…

Before I get too far into my column, I want to extend an invitation to any music lovers who may be reading this. On Oct. 18 at 3:30 p.m., the Smoke Revival Orchestra will be performing a concert at Elkhorn High School. The orchestra is comprised of students from the Christian Rauch school in…

Editor’s Note: The Lake Geneva Regional News presents “Party Lines,” a monthly discussion of political issues featuring side-by-side guest columnists from the local Democratic and Republican parties. The column below represents one side of this month’s discussion. Click here for the other side.

Editor’s Note: The Lake Geneva Regional News presents “Party Lines,” a monthly discussion of political issues featuring side-by-side guest columnists from the local Democratic and Republican parties. The column below represents one side of this month’s discussion. Click here for the other side.

Nov. 11, 2018, will mark the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I. When I was growing up in Lake Geneva, Nov. 11 was celebrated each year as an important anniversary. It was called “Armistice Day” in those days because the end of World War I came in the form of an “armistice” or truce…

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