100 years ago - 1909
Sarah Collins, born in 1886 in Menomonee Falls, died in Lannon, where she had lived for the previous 12 years. She had been staying with the James Walsh family in Lannon. She was buried in St. James Catholic Church Cemetery. The Rev. Scheidel officiated.
50 years ago - 1959
The telephone number for the Lannon Fuel and Stone Co. was 4684.
A local newspaper advertised a two-bedroom apartment for $85 a month.
The Willow Spring 48 Club's monthly meeting drew 57 members (eight were absent). Oscar Greib was the club's co-chairman.
25 years ago - 1984
Lisbon resident Tim Hogan, who opened the National Trophy and Awards store Nov. 15 the previous year, opened a store in downtown Sussex.
The Lighthouse Baptist Church, which had its organizational meeting in Sussex Village Park, held later meetings at the Sussex Senior Center (the former Orchard Drive School).
10 years ago - 1999
Hamilton senior John Plese won the WIAA wrestling regional championship at 171 pounds.
Lannon's Richard Wnuk was inducted into the Land O' Lakes Baseball Hall of Fame.
Lisbon nixed adding a sixth police officer.
Burglars stole cigarettes, booze and about $650 from Sussex Liquor.
5 years ago - 2004
Lannon met massive opposition to its sharply raised industrial sewer bills at packed meetings in Village Hall.
Sussex eliminated the traditional spring brush pickup, opting for just a once-a-year pickup in the fall.
Josh Pinter, at 34-3, qualified for the WIAA state wrestling tournament.
Hamilton High School named John Damato its new football coach.