100 years ago - July 6, 1910
A Standard Oil gasoline filling station was being built in Menomonee Falls.
A local farm sold a 1,400-pound 3-year-old steer raised on the usual hay plus lots of beet pulp from the Menomonee Falls Sugar Beet Co. for $98.
50 years ago - July 6, 1960
The 315 acres for the proposed Menomonee Park were purchased by Waukesha Park and Planning for $126,000. Area farmers who contributed to the sale were Art Prag (144 acres) and Elmer Schultz (99 acres). An 18-hole golf course was part of the park plans.
25 years ago - July 6, 1985
The cost to the Hamilton defense account for being involved in the Milwaukee Public School integration fight amounted to $30,720.30 at this point.
St. James and St. John's of Lannon were tied for first place in the Sussex Church Softball League (6-2).
Three members of the Lisbon Park Board were resigning to protest the nonreappointment of Marie DeVillers.
10 years ago - July 6, 2000
The recommendation of the Department of Transportation for a future Highway 164 on the Highway J axis seemed to follow the old line of the historic Highway J.
The Mindemann Business Park on Silver Spring Drive west of Town Line Road moved forward. It was estimated it could be a work place for 1,100 future workers, according to Mike Mooney of developer MLG
5 years ago July 6, 2005
The late winter and early spring flooding in the northwest corner of the Town of Lisbon had residents and the town differing over who was responsible.
Sussex was seeking sewage treatment bids on an estimated $5,900,000 addition.
George Zimmer was one of the finalists for the new Richmond School superintendent position.