Tag: Geneva Shore Report

Front Page, April 21, 2021

The farmland owner’s opposition to the slate of board members carried in on a landslide at the recent election, faded into history, at least the recent history.  The farm opposition, so flagrantly assembled over the course of the last seven months, exclusive of election night, was nowhere to be seen. 

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Front Page, March 3, 2021

The Geneva Shore Report owes an apology to Bridget Leech, the events coordinator for Lake Geneva Country Meats.  Last week the city council met to decide whether or not the pop-up events, sponsored by a non-profit, and supported by Lake Geneva Country Meats, could be held in Lake Geneva with the addition of temporary liquor permits for their use.

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Front Page, January 27, 2021

Normally, the Geneva Shore Report sticks pretty closely to local items to report on, and this article is one that is as local as any while it seems to be distant or national in nature.  This new administration came hammering into office, riding on the coattails of two solid and basic policies.

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Front Page, December 9, 2020

he snows of another Wisconsin winter are coming. Currently, there’s a ‘snow drought,’ they are saying. Normally, Lake Geneva gets ten inches of snow in the month of December, but here it is with one-third of the month gone, and there’s been no snow at all. In Wisconsin, however, that full ten inches could easily fall on one day or night. The challenge is going to be removing it, and then getting rid of it.

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Front Page, September 16, 2020

The Tour de France, the world-famous bicycle race, is going on right now.  France is a long way from Lake Geneva, and quite possibly much further away in cultural development.  The movie, television and video cameras set up along the course show this very long race wending its way through village after village and town after town of wonderfully idyllic and gorgeous buildings, churches, castles, natural landmarks, and just about everything else.  There is not one town or village that looks at all like the entrance to Lake Geneva on its east side, or its north side or even coming in from Highway H or along Edwards Boulevard or Wells.

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Front Page, September 2, 2020

The “novel” Coronavirus brought that descriptive word out of disuse, other than to describe literary works of fiction in mainstream American culture. “Novel”, in its “off-label” use, means ‘something different than anything that has come before. There is some question about the virus meeting the qualifications to wear or be described by the word novel, but there is little question that the word, when used to describe Donald Trump is spot on.

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Front Page, August 12, 2020

Lake Geneva remains peaceful and the many people who visit from Illinois, some say to ‘get away from it all’ these days, have not come like flocks of locust or even murder bees.  What Chicago citizens may be fleeing is the runaway looting and violence that has recently taken throughout their downtown area.

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