Tag: Geneva Shore Report

Front Page, August 22, 2018

The Venetian Festival of Lake Geneva has become a time of wonder among the children who live anywhere near the north end of Lake Geneva.
During the month of August, and this has been the case for fifty-six years, the Jaycees put on this show, starting out in 1962 with merely a candle-lit boat parade. Well, it’s not that anymore.

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Front Page, July 25, 2018

Gage Marine has been a monopoly on Geneva Lake for more years than most people can remember. In the “old days” there were many competing boats trying to take passengers out on the water, as many as twenty-six different operations at one point.

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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, 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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