100 years ago - 1908
Seven-year-old Helen Will, daughter of Mrs. Charles Will of North Lisbon and Hillside roads in Lisbon, died. She was buried in Lisbon Central Cemetery.
50 years ago - 1958
Ruby Waters was named the Sussex Eastern Star Lodge Worthy Matron, and Shelton Boyd the Sussex Ashlar Lodge Worthy Master.
Cpl. Pat Horne left his Lisbon farm parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Horne, for Fort Leonard Wood in Missouri after a two-week furlough.
25 years ago - 1983
The Sussex Fire Department answered 336 calls the previous year, 71 fires and the rest rescues.
Hamilton wrestlers scored four titles at the Fond du Lac Invitational: Brian John at 105 pounds, Todd Wandsnider at 167 pounds, freshman John Mueller at 98 pounds and junior heavyweight Bob Trapp.
10 years ago - 1998
Brass worth $16,000 was stolen from the AFW Foundry on Good Hope Road in Lannon.
Lisbon prepared to appoint five people to its Police and Fire Commission.
Lannon appointed Carl Bergstrom as a replacement trustee.
Shirley Ravnik was Lannon village president.
5 years ago - 2003
The vacant Lisbon supervisor seat, formerly held by Dan Meissner, was sought by two newcomers: Wendy Landry and Michael Reed.
Wilmer "Willie" Marx, 76, a lifetime Sussex resident, died. He was an outstanding athlete for Sussex sports teams, a village trustee, a Sussex Lions Club president and a mason contractor.