100 years ago - 1908
The Frank Gumm family of Lannon welcomed a baby girl to its ranks April 30.
The nearly 4-year-old boy of Lannon's Fred Leun family died of pneumonia.
Traveling clothes salesmen set up shop for a couple of days at Lannon's Keifer Hotel.
50 years ago - 1958
Bud, Les and Mike Reimer all started for the Lannon Stonemen Land O' Lakes baseball team.
Sussex passed an ordinance to require all houses and businesses to install three-digit address numbers.
The Village Board also approved a building permit for Gay Gilpin's proposed filling station.
25 years ago - 1983
Hamilton's Julie Schiellack, 16, won the Hamilton Junior Miss Pageant.
The historic Will Edwards home was moved from downtown Main Street to a new lot on Silver Spring Road as 250 people gathered at midnight to watch.
King and queen of the Hamilton junior prom were Pat Zawada and Wendy Schalow.
10 years ago - 1998
Ira Robins bought the closed-down Club Safari in Sussex.
A bolt of lightning struck an apartment on Clover Drive. Sussex Fire Chief Robert Schlei estimated the damage at $200.
David Burton of Sussex owned a collection of 160 license plates from near and far.
5 years ago - 2003
Longtime Hamilton School District Board President Gerry Schmitz stepped down, making way for Gabe Kolesari to take the post.
The Hamilton girls fast-pitch softball team recorded two no-hitters by pitchers Marcia Carberry and Megan Paterson, but lost one of them, 3-0.