100 years ago - 1908
Patrick McCartin of Lake Five died of consumption at age 48. He was a widower and left no children.
Lisbon pioneer George Greengo died at his North Lisbon home Feb. 11 at age 75. He was buried at St. Alban's.
Another Lisbon pioneer, Margaret Craven, died at age 93. Born in Scotland, she moved to Lisbon in 1841 and married Richard Craven in 1844.
50 years ago - 1958
Chester Lingelbach and Eugene Belongia were elected replacement officers of Sussex Methodist Church.
Ham cost 49 cents a pound, and small shrimp sold for 79 cents a pound.
The Sussex Teen Haven Club dance at the Sussex Community Hall drew 200 people.
Lisbon-born Ida Edwards, 90, died. She started teaching at local grade schools, then at Waukesha High School. She was raised in what is now Eagles Ridge West.
25 years ago - 1983
Hamilton's star end Mark Ernwein was named to the Shrine all-star football team.
Hamilton's wrestlers won the Braveland Conference championship under coach Don Longdin.
The Sussex Village Board considered denying Michael Mueller the dance hall license he sought for his Skeet Weeds Saloon in the old Brook Hotel.
10 years ago - 1998
Former Lisbon Supervisor and Town Chairman Don Holt was recovering from brain tumor surgery.
Lisbon Town Clerk Lauren Pomeroy suddenly resigned, the town's fourth resignation in five months.
Sussex Sun editor Erin Mellone was promoted to a new position, news editor of Lake Country Publications, leaving the Sussex Sun to look for a new editor.
5 years ago - 2003
The Sussex Community Center hired a professional fundraiser to raise money for a community swimming pool and extensive recreation improvements.
The Village of Sussex took a serious look at adding a disc golf course to Sussex Village Park.