Category: Front Page

Front Page, July 11, 2018

Seldom does an unconfirmed rumor make it to the front page of the Geneva Shore Report, but this exception is a doozy. It’s either terrific news or its terrible news.   It is the best of times, it is the worst of times. The “top of the world” comment, making the headlines of this issue, is all about the Towers.

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Front Page, July 4, 2018

The new crop of the old field of seasoned and worn city alderpersons has a very key decision to make, and it’s having one heck of a time making it. What is to be done with the public? What is to be done in controlling just how much input the citizenry gets to relay to them, and what kind of input is going to be considered to be acceptable

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Front Page, June 27, 2018

The road proceeds north, as your vehicle travels northerly in the eastern lane. The road is called South Lake Shore Drive. It drops down a hill, passing the Geneva Inn on the left, and heads into a blind “Dead Man’s” curve. There is no opportunity to see what lies around the coming corner, with the winding road ahead invisible until well inside the curve, lost to sight as your moving vehicle descends down the hill while decreasing speed from thirty-five miles per hour to twenty-five.

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Front Page, June 20, 2018

The murky water pouring into Geneva Lake in the Buttons Bay area continues to continue to make swimming an exercise in frowning apprehensive hesitancy. In the beginning of June, the muddy water was first brought to the public’s attention when it was only visible in a small area in front of the culvert it travels through under South Lake Shore Drive.

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Front Page, June 13, 2018

What’s coming in the future for Lake Geneva? Everyone has an opinion, a hope, or some sort of idea about that. But what is likely to happen to the wonderful, ambient and very pleasing creation through time of this place called Lake Geneva?

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Front Page, June 6, 2018

It doesn’t matter, sometimes, who or what does something really good. Praising rewards should always be handed out and published for such work. Such is the case with the Lake Geneva Regional News, Lake Geneva’s oldest newspaper. The managing editor there has stated that the newspaper will be publishing the weekly water quality report for Geneva Lake.

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Front Page, May 30, 2018

The Geneva Shore Report was wrong when it reported that Tom Hartz, the owner of Simple restaurant and mayor of Lake Geneva, was in any way involved in the conversion of the old school in Williams Bay to some sort of wellness center. Wrong. That the GSR was misled by a nearly unimpeachable witness does not mean the GSR is not culpable.

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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.

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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:

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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.

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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.

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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.

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