Tag: GSR

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, December 23, 2020

Four hundred.  The chips were down, the cards ready to be turned, and a loss against even a weakened and mentally disadvantaged enemy could have cost Town of Linn, the Town of Linn.  But they came. The four hundred.  The annual meeting that was held on December 17th, 2020, the one in which two of the city’s board members showed up in the audience to send sycophants and minions forward to offer resolutions, had led to the potential loss of the powers of the township itself to this small, but quiet and prosperous cabal of co-conspirators.

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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, July 15, 2020

THE SOUNDS OF SILENCE
Where did it all go?  The raucous cacophony of protesting along with the smoothly slip-sliding away of governmental presentations riding right over the top of everything has quieted.  There is no talk of Hillmoor, the number one subject of conversation, private, public, and governmental, only six months ago.  What happened to the moving of the boat ramp from downtown Lake Geneva over to a refashioned Maytag pond location?

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Front Page, June 3, 2020

Sometimes, the old adage, and even instructions during Marine Corps Officer Training, is not correct.  In that adage, the words: “any decision is better than no decision,” means that sometimes standing pat or taking no action is almost always wrong, and that’s simply not true in life, as we face its changing nature day in and day out.  

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