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1 Put the brakes on rush to sell public’s harbor land Ozaukee Press 87
2 Saukville and Port should connect on water Ozaukee Press 72
3 Too much noise, too little action Ozaukee Press 141
4 Don’t clutter harbor views Ozaukee Press 209
5 The school board’s assignment Ozaukee Press 262
6 Rate hikes would take state backwards Ozaukee Press 316
7 The Voter ID follies Ozaukee Press 242
8 Make it truly Port’s lighthouse Ozaukee Press 296
9 Insult on top of the injury of job loss Ozaukee Press 334
10 A coal dock railing? Can do! Ozaukee Press 282
11 Shine a light on election spending Ozaukee Press 268
12 The fertilizing of Lake Michigan Ozaukee Press 329
13 Rise and shine . . . later Ozaukee Press 295
14 Crumbling roads in the countryside Ozaukee Press 370
15 Save our Y Ozaukee Press 343
16 Do no aesthetic harm Ozaukee Press 365
17 A tax that pays dividends to Ozaukee residents Ozaukee Press 456
18 A win for the lake as a big loss looms Ozaukee Press 543
19 Raise the gas tax, save the roads Ozaukee Press 389
20 Affront to voters Ozaukee Press 334
21 Dorothy Gilson Ozaukee Press 332
22 Nature gives . . . and takes away Ozaukee Press 404
23 Henry Klingelhoets Ozaukee Press 308
24 Now it's our game too Ozaukee Press 287
25 Misplaced gratitude Ozaukee Press 266
26 Political junk food Ozaukee Press 311
27 The seductive vision of a new high school Ozaukee Press 353
28 Nation of doubters Ozaukee Press 324
29 An image, a call to do our duty for veterans Ozaukee Press 505
30 Cull the herd Ozaukee Press 368
31 Fredonia’s ‘Bleak House’ Ozaukee Press 353
32 A committee that delivered Ozaukee Press 372
33 Let private enterprise shine on new arena Ozaukee Press 400
34 Too necessary to fail Ozaukee Press 722
35 Common Core clarity Ozaukee Press 381
36 The fine print of government spending Ozaukee Press 401
37 Wired for arrogance Ozaukee Press 706
38 When local government is outgunned Ozaukee Press 394
39 Openness report: a mix of sun and clouds Ozaukee Press 374
40 A safe breakwater—and a safe dock Ozaukee Press 444
41 Snowplowing for drivers and walkers Ozaukee Press 452
42 The comprehensive answer to good schools Ozaukee Press 666
43 Making history to save history Ozaukee Press 389
44 An unwarranted breakwater crackdown Ozaukee Press 537
45 Enjoy the lakes’ ice while you can Ozaukee Press 461
46 Eclectic, colorful, untidy signs of life Ozaukee Press 479
47 Are we there yet? Ozaukee Press 456
48 The heroin reality check Ozaukee Press 606
49 Special—but fair? Ozaukee Press 436
50 A better idea for road funding Ozaukee Press 517
51 Corwin “Bud” Miser Ozaukee Press 491
52 Risky crossing needs quick fix Ozaukee Press 426
53 A white, and black, Christmas Ozaukee Press 403
54 A call for empathy Ozaukee Press 375
55 The cell phone threat to flying Ozaukee Press 411
56 Oil and water Ozaukee Press 439
57 Welfare that works Ozaukee Press 409
58 Another government shutdown Ozaukee Press 413
59 The demonizing of national education standards Ozaukee Press 513
60 Judges and justice Ozaukee Press 468
61 DNR missfires on rifle rule Ozaukee Press 593
62 No more taxes for sports ‘amenities’ Ozaukee Press 640
63 Lighten up on team nicknames Ozaukee Press 425
64 Yes, county does belong in nursing home business Ozaukee Press 502
65 A place too beautiful to put children at risk Ozaukee Press 553
66 Shameful neglect at the Port harbor Ozaukee Press 534
67 A hunting promotion ploy that smells like road kill Ozaukee Press 593
68 Walking to school–what a concept Ozaukee Press 557
69 Wisconsin's need for speed Ozaukee Press 499
70 Too many prisoners Ozaukee Press 562
71 The ethanol mistake Ozaukee Press 505
72 Lucky Port has space to grow without sprawl Ozaukee Press 612
73 Bad legislating comes full circle Ozaukee Press 602
74 What cows give besdies milk Ozaukee Press 606
75 To the ramparts—repel the geese Ozaukee Press 757
76 A park to mark the end of a sooty era Ozaukee Press 706
77 The rewards of living small Ozaukee Press 592
78 Everyone should pay for sidewalks Ozaukee Press 538
79 Plug the drain holes Ozaukee Press 558
80 State conservation program should stay big Ozaukee Press 588
81 How to be a good small-town police chief Ozaukee Press 566
82 A benefit veterans can count on Ozaukee Press 597
83 Breakwater safety first Ozaukee Press 585
84 Nature park a fitting end to Port’s VK adventure Ozaukee Press 668
85 Law and order and animals Ozaukee Press 620
86 A decision Belgium is lucky to face Ozaukee Press 817
87 Like it or not, Harley party will rock Port Ozaukee Press 775
88 Fredonia should say no to the DOT Ozaukee Press 669
89 A state going backward on education Ozaukee Press 699
90 One more reason to like public television Ozaukee Press 627
91 Some roads were meant to be slow Ozaukee Press 735
92 A citizens crusade to save lives at the lake Ozaukee Press 1117
93 Spring ahead, fall back, go away Ozaukee Press 955
94 Residents shovel, village splits hairs Ozaukee Press 735
95 The high cost of shunning federal health help Ozaukee Press 932
96 Rising above political rancor Ozaukee Press 1301
97 Needless fretting over birds and bees Ozaukee Press 796
98 Highway pain at the pump Ozaukee Press 772
99 Port High’s leap to high-tech Ozaukee Press 909
100 Rah, rah, spend, spend Ozaukee Press 794
 
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