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Gov. Scott Wlaker was in Hudson last week and is scheduled to stop here again Wendesday, Oct. 29
Gov. Walker in Hudson Wednesday, Oct. 29
October 28, 2014 - 4:43pm
Rotary Halloween parade moved; Friday’s parade now at Hudson Middle School
October 27, 2014 - 2:38pm
Estimated cost of operating new high school and grades 8-9 building: $1.325 million
20 hours 28 min ago
Alfred "Butch" Schultz and his wife, Marian, have lived in Hudson since 1969. Their three children all attended and graduated from Hudson schools. After three years as an industrial arts teacher, he had a 30-year career with 3M in corporate technical education. He describes himself as a strong public education advocate.
Butch Schultz supports public education, but not the referendum
20 hours 34 min ago
Andrew Haase, director of Choral Activities at HHS, noted that there isn’t any room for chairs in the largest choir classroom, a space designed for 50-60 students that daily accommodates around 130. (Submitted photo)
Administrators and teachers make the case for new school, more space
October 22, 2014 - 2:43pm
Duffy, Westlund compete for seat in Congress
20 hours 9 min ago
Viking Electronics employee Brad langer, left, shows Gov. Scott Walker  some of the work processes used at the Hudson company.
Updated: Gov. Walker, former Gov. Thompson campaign in Hudson
October 22, 2014 - 3:49pm
Hudson’s Libertarian candidate for governor Robert Burke, left, is shown at the Oct. 5 Midwest Marijuana Harvest Fest in Madison. Burke favors full legalization of pot, saying: “It’s time to bring the industry above board, sensibly tax and regulate it, and end the damage of prohibit... ." (Submitted photo)
Burke for governor, but the campaign is not something about Mary
21 hours 29 min ago
'Selfie' leads cops to bumbling burglars; study shows more low-wage jobs in Wisconsin since 2000; 10 more state stories
October 29, 2014 - 9:06am
Ad spend for highest office now exceeds $22 million; toddler killed by rototiller near Webster; 11 more Wisconsin stories
October 28, 2014 - 8:55am
Lawsuit aims to force increase to state's $7.25 minimum wage; trail cam snapshot leads to body discovery; more Wisconsin news
October 27, 2014 - 9:39am
Student accused of bringing marijuana suckers to school
October 28, 2014 - 3:43pm