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1 More than just lunch is served for seniors DAVE BOEHLER 281
2 Quite the ordeal in fire DAVE BOEHLER 369
3 Food pantry shelves lonely this time of year DAVE BOEHLER 403
4 Beer here! Get your beer here! DAVE BOEHLER 826
5 Robbery on Church Lane still unsolved Ozaukee Press 642
6 Color, wood picked for new pavilion in Grady Park DAVE BOEHLER 553
7 There was a what in Walmart? DAVE BOEHLER 761
8 Ordinance changes would allow larger horse-riding arenas DAVE BOEHLER 632
9 Town clerk hired, replaces Bruecker DAVE BOEHLER 702
10 Take that, Google: Library still thriving DAVE BOEHLER 1524
11 Hello Saukville DAVE BOEHLER 826
12 How you like them apples ... in your pie? DAVE BOEHLER 926
13 Board rejects variance request for house JOE POIRIER 811
14 Truck crash ignites blaze outside Humane Society JOE POIRIER 838
15 Parking lot stop leads to heroin arrests JOE POIRIER 868
16 Shoplifter with sweet tooth nabbed for pair of store thefts JOE POIRIER 866
17 Call leads to man’s arrest for domestic disturbance JOE POIRIER 831
18 Saukville for sale: Village rummage event draws crowds JOHN MORTON 871
19 One last ride for the classic-car guy? JOHN MORTON 882
20 Where happiness was in full supply JOHN MORTON 837
21 Accidental 911 call lands marijuana user in jail Ozaukee Press 864
22 Assessment blunder to be examined by town JOHN MORTON 842
23 Price of soda sends elderly man into rage at Taco Bell Ozaukee Press 1016
24 Canopies could pop up in business district JOHN MORTON 871
25 Late-night roadside pit stop leads to OWI arrest Ozaukee Press 2041
26 Committee to take on issue of size exemptions for horse arenas JOHN MORTON 901
27 Grandmother’s call leads to granddaughter’s arrest Ozaukee Press 1582
28 Gas station owner says semis hurting his business JOHN MORTON 1029
29 Code change allows propane dispensers JOHN MORTON 1118
30 Appreciation for horses could lead to code change JOHN MORTON 1082
31 Market hopes for a surge JOHN MORTON 1083
32 Citizen of the Year did the little things a long time JOHN MORTON 1227
33 Sudden bank closure throws grocery customers for a loop JOHN MORTON 1487
34 Will town’s outbuildings get larger? John Morton 1231
35 Residents voice a resounding no to respite center John Morton 1270
36 90 acres sought for respite center Mitch Maersch 1073
37 Man arrested first, then woman after called to same house twice Ozaukee Press 1383
38 The good, the bad, the crumbly JOHN MORTON 1244
39 Krocka back in the fold JOHN MORTON 1211
40 Krocka still undecided on return JOHN MORTON 1120
41 Krocka gets most votes as write-in Ozaukee Press 1228
42 Town road woes know no season Mark Jaeger 1264
43 Business permit tied up in red tape Mark Jaeger 1289
44 Village stands firm on water billing mystery Mark Jaeger 1363
45 Reading off their library debts Mark Jaeger 1267
46 Village takes stand against tax strategy Mark Jaeger 1270
47 Village consultant feels like he’s home Mark Jaeger 1641
48 A hero’s salute, times three Mark Jaeger 1346
49 Bids come in favorable for road work MARK JAEGER 1362
50 Grady Library goes old school Mark Jaeger 1388
51 Road work will bring special assessments Mark Jaeger 1393
52 New warning sirens now in place Mark Jaeger 1387
53 Firm hired for development insights Mark Jaeger 1378
54 Blue Goose Rd. compromise reached Mark Jaeger 1352
55 Cops connect through shopping Mark Jaeger 2067
56 Village looks to borrow $2.8 million Mark Jaeger 1318
57 Village approves financial road map Mark Jaeger 1320
58 Village tax rate to drop a fraction Mark Jaeger 1268
59 Speed limit change moving slowly Mark Jaeger 1362
60 School gets kick out of Eagle project Mark Jaeger 1228
61 Commission critiques quick animal vote Mark Jaeger 1300
62 Library award a salute to innovation Mark Jaeger 1306
63 Chipping ordinance reworked Mark Jaeger 1184
64 Office, storage buildings garner rapid endorsement Mark Jaeger 1380
65 Town brokers deal in chicken dispute Mark Jaeger 1322
66 Village expands manufacturing options Mark Jaeger 1304
67 Village chipping policy questioned Mark Jaeger 1332
68 Town balks at joining effort to increase state funds for roads Mark Jaeger 1300
69 Animal ordinance faces first test Mark Jaeger 1374
70 Chamber OKs renting village office Mark Jaeger 1270
71 Village may repurpose retail site Mark Jaeger 1442
72 Planning for road work on track Mark Jaeger 1390
73 Persistance pays off in load limits Mark Jaeger 1380
74 How many chickens equal a cow? Mark Jaeger 1587
75 Answering the bell for 50 years Mark Jaeger 1771
76 Event to showcase strength of community Mark Jaeger 1566
77 Trustees stand pat with vote on fluoride Mark Jaeger 2128
78 Town tables revised animal rules Mark Jaeger 1791
79 Fluoride vote draws delayed reaction Mark Jaeger 1743
80 Well forces Calibre project changes Mark Jaeger 1867
81 Town OKs funding for road work Mark Jaeger 1865
82 Condo plan revisions get final OK Mark Jaeger 1888
83 Budget forecast allows a lot of leeway Mark Jaeger 1937
84 Town drops pesky roof requirement Mark Jaeger 1844
85 Applicant learns there is no permit Mark Jaeger 1600
86 Calibre project the start of big plans MARK JAEGER 1757
87 U-Haul rental business approved MARK JAEGER 2034
88 Fire department looks for EMS help MARK JAEGER 1960
89 Town asked to consider fire charges MARK JAEGER 1912
90 Neighbors issue Blueberry Rd. mandate MARK JAEGER 1631
91 Village reconsiders brick standard MARK JAEGER 1613
92 Village now accepting old appliances MARK JAEGER 1547
93 Village aims to avoid road woes MARK JAEGER 1744
94 Town committee challenges rewrite MARK JAEGER 1626
95 Town residents protest woeful roads MARK JAEGER 1769
96 Stats show library is in demand MARK JAEGER 1696
97 U-Haul has sights set on vacant store MARK JAEGER 1735
98 Condo developer gets divided ruling MARK JAEGER 1974
99 Village renews engineer contract MARK JAEGER 1602
100 PSC sets hearing on rate hike MARK JAEGER 1769
 
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