Category: Front Page

Front Page, May 23, 2018

Williams Bay faces yet another battle with the former elementary school.  Many local Williams Bay residents (those aware of the situation) are battling with the idea of the former elementary school, located on Congress Street, being converted into a Health and Wellness Center.

Read More

Front Page, May 16, 2018

Why can’t the City of Lake Geneva come to a determination about what it is doing with the Riviera?  The Riviera pier complex is the keystone anchor architectural feature of the north end of Geneva Lake. Here is the result that just came pouring in from the city council meeting on Monday night:

Read More

Front Page, May 9, 2018

Josh, a newcomer to Lake Geneva, came to speak at the Committee of the Whole, at the people’s microphone.  Currently, the man and his wife are building a new house on LaSalle Court on the very western edge of the city limits.

Read More

Front Page, May 2, 2018

Last Thursday a major event took place at the Williams Bay Junior/High School at about two p.m. in the afternoon. A kill list was uncovered. A young female student had apparently collected a number of names and then placed those names on a list she referred to (and titled) as a kill list.

Read More

Front Page, April 25, 2018

While the nation of America continues to struggle against the ever-growing proliferation of guns of all shapes, sizes, and type, the Town of Linn decided in its Monday evening planning commission meeting that it will not attempt to stand in the way of a new “Hunt Club,” being constructed there.

Read More

Front Page, April 18, 2018

It didn’t start with the current administration of Lake Geneva’s city leadership simply because the current crop of newly elected leaders just took office last Tuesday. No, the movement of political and business efforts were redirected from the center of the City of Lake Geneva some time back

Read More

Front Page, April 11, 2018

Monday night in Lake Geneva was not just another city council meeting night. That city council, with few exceptions, meets every Monday night to discuss and perform the actions necessary to keep Lake Geneva on an even kilter and running along fine.

Read More

Front Page, April 4, 2018

The elections are over and the people of Lake Geneva have spoken.  The city decided on Tom Hartz, only limiting his powers by not re-electing Bob Kordus as a city councilor.  Selena Proksa won against the ‘Italian Stallion’ (Tony Valenti) by sixty-four percent to thirty-six.  Tim Dunn beat Bob Kordus by fifty-nine percent to forty-one.

Read More

Front Page, March 28, 2018

What’s goes on behind the “Green Door”?
The City Council does not have a Green Door, they have the “Secrecy Door” of a “Closed Session” in which things are hidden from the public. But there is a hidden peek hole into closed sessions that would not exist, except that in one of the lesser known settlements of the city’s many laws suits

Read More

Front Page, March 21, 2018

They came from Chicago. They came on Monday night. They did not come riding on white chargers, or even driving inside of them. They came in quietly, those executive officers of the University of Chicago. There were hundreds of citizens gathered at the city hall board of trustees meeting.

Read More

Front Page, March 14, 2018

7 Acres of wondrous beauty and architectural splendor now about to become mired in 50 shades of pain. The University of Chicago is leaving the Yerkes Observatory in the dust by making an executive decision to withdraw the equipment, personnel, and funding for expenses.

Read More

Front Page, March 7, 2018

“Main Street” U.S.A. The ‘Main Street’ being written about here is the one that proceeds east and west through the beating heart of downtown Lake Geneva. The City of Lake Geneva, ever so quietly, decided to spend some money on reworking the downtown infrastructure.

Read More
Loading

Stay Up to Date with the NEWS

Enjoy GSR Home Delivery

SUBSCRIBE TODAY

$45 Annual

Arch Patton
The Bering Sea
Paperback Order Here

OR
Kindle Version Here

Just Published by James Strauss

Volume One Arch Patton Adventure
Down in the Vallley
Paperback Order Here

OR
Kindle Version Here

Privacy Preference Center

Close your account?

Your account will be closed and all data will be permanently deleted and cannot be recovered. Are you sure?