100 years ago - 1908
The 23-day-old infant of the Wilt family in Lannon died.
The Citizens State Bank of Menomonee Falls paid 3 percent on one-year certificates of deposit and 2½ percent on less than one year.
W. D. McGill and the Lisbon Telephone Co. added phone lines in Sussex-Lisbon to provide better service.
50 years ago - 1958
Lisbon Presbyterian Church held a mortgage-burning party for the loan it took out to put a basement under the church.
All Sussex-Lisbon students participated in the Civil Defense program "Operation Alert."
25 years ago - 1983
The Sussex Robinettes drum and baton corps performed at the Indy 500, the corps' third appearance at that event.
Hamilton High School held its junior prom was held at Marchese's Danceland.
A half-white mutant robin was seen nesting near Lannon's Forest View Drive.
10 years ago - 1998
Daisy Rossman, 82, died. She had arrived in Lannon 61 years earlier and married Harvey Rossman a year later.
Halquist Stone Co. asked Lisbon for approval to build a 1,400-square-foot addition to its Lisbon Road headquarters.
Stan Grove coached the Hamilton golf team.
5 years ago - 2003
Lisbon made plans for a town center on Highway 164 north of Good Hope Road, which would be extended westward to connect with Highway 164.
Sandi Gettelman resigned after 15 years as the Lisbon Police Department's administrative assistant, but stayed on as the town's deputy clerk (a job she still holds today).
Tom Hoffman resigned after 34 years as a Hamilton High School teacher. He was the winner of the first Al's Run in Milwaukee.