Category: Front Page

Front Page, September 11, 2019

Cully Pillman is a resident and property owner living in Town of Linn, just off of Hillside and Highway 120, running a tree farm and plant nursery. But what else is Cully Pillman doing that has created some very negative interest from his neighbors? He’s running a gun range that’s very close to many residential citizens and property owners in the same area

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Front Page, September 4, 2019

The Geneva Lake Environmental Agency headed up by Ted Peters, took up the issue of the Starry Stonewort invasive species discoveries along the bottom of parts of Geneva Lake last week. Doug Skates was the most outspoken of the five deciders on the agency board. Ted Peters laid out the case for how the invasion had become much more serious since last fall when it was first discovered in one part of Trinke Lagoon (the lagoon has three parts).

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Front Page, August 28, 2019

In 1947 an earthquake of medium magnitude struck Southern Wisconsin.  The temblor struck and the shaking lasted for forty seconds.  People evacuated buildings and structural damage was reported in many areas, although nobody was killed.  Another smaller earthquake occurred back in 1929, but records of the effects of that quake are scanty, at best. 

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Front Page, August 21, 2019

The Ice Castle is coming back. It’s not official, however, although the mayor of Lake Geneva went ahead and, in typical Mirabeau Hummel style, signed the agreement to have them back for a three-year run, at four times the size while conveying city property to them for the effort was made verbally last week.

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Front Page, August 14, 2019

The annual meeting of the Geneva Lake Association was held last Saturday at the Lake Geneva Country Club. White cloth tablecloths. Free coffee and pastries. Several students were honored with scholarships, almost all going on into careers in environmental science. None of the students (wisely) stayed for the rest of the lengthy meeting. No video was allowed

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Front Page, July 7, 2019

The entirety of civilization, as we turn to view it in today’s developmental iteration, is founded upon the shoulders of a very few. Very few. This undeniable fact, that most humans of modern social orders do not get involved and do not take action

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Front Page, July 31, 2019

Why Speedo was so right for the police and fire commission before being dumped. Spyro Condos is a man with a mission. He’s had the mission for quite some time, but either he’s been only temporarily recognized (he was a city council member and then mayor for a while), not recognized or pilloried for trying to benefit the city he runs a business in.

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Front Page, July 17, 2019

David Nord is the City of Lake Geneva City Administrator and he’s been doing his of job since he came aboard recently, in such a way as to avoid controversy and upset.  That’s admirable, considering the “loudness” of so many facets of other government these days

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Front Page, July 10, 2019

The Lake Geneva City Council, led by rebelling council president John “Hard Charging” Halverson, voted narrowly NOT to spend fifty-three thousand dollars on a thinly disguised feasibility study that would have allowed Hillmoor to be developed or allow the developer to sue the city if not allowed to develop.

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Front Page, July 3, 2019

Yes, that is the opening line of a song written for the world famous singer named Madonna. Life is a Mystery.   No truer lyrics were ever written. In Lake Geneva, there are plenty of mysteries, most right in front of the public but many lying under the radar or even the ground.

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