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New Richmond man killed in crash
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Comedian Scott Novotny at The Phipps Friday
13 hours 35 min ago
Raider kickers defeat Minnesota's top-ranked team
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Former Raidaires coach sentenced for fraud
21 hours 21 min ago
Milwaukee homicide case leads authorities to Hudson
16 hours 41 min ago
Hudson is getting LED streetlights
21 hours 21 min ago
Council discusses lifting ban on golf course development
October 7, 2015 - 4:56pm
Hudson junior Kassidy Jenkins (7) finds a gap in the Eau Claire Memorial defense for a kill in the second set of the Raiders' Big Rivers conference match with the Old Abes Oct. 1 at the high school. The Raiders won the set, 25-23, but Memorial went on to hand Hudson its first Big Rivers Conference loss of the season. (Hudson Star-Observer photos by Bob Burrows)
Old Abes edge Raiders for BRC volleyball lead
14 hours 46 min ago
Hudson senior Amira Tobasi reaches to return a shot in her match at No. 2 singles against New Richmond on Oct. 1. Tobasi dropped a 2-6, 4-4, 4-10 decision, but the Raiders defeated the Tigers 5-2. (Hudson Star-Observer photos by Bob Burrows)
Tennis team takes post-season tune-up
14 hours 52 min ago
Hudson's Lexi Jonas follows through on a tee shot at the WIAA Division 1 girls' golf regional at New Richmond Golf Course on Sept. 30. She advanced to the sectional at Tomah on Oct. 5, and was the medalist there, earning a return trip to the state tournament in Madison Oct. 12-13. (RiverTown photo by Dave Newman)
Jonas is the medalist at golf sectional, headed to Madison again
October 7, 2015 - 4:39pm
John Potter and his wife Mary Claire were surrounded by friends and longtime Phipps supporters at a surprise gathering Monday afternoon to honor Potter's 30 years leading The Phipps Center for the Arts. Meg Heaton photos.
Potter marks 30 years leading The Phipps Center
October 6, 2015 - 9:14am
Speakers at this year's YAH breakfast included from left Rosa Dunn, Brianna Manke, Alyson Maitrejean, Shayla Koeckeritz, and Clare Weber.
Community members gather to support YAH
October 5, 2015 - 2:23pm
Republicans attempt to revamp campaign limits law, divide ethics board; Spat ignites over who can use which restroom; Nine more state news stories
18 hours 54 min ago
The top section of the front page of the Hudson Star-Observer from Oct. 10, 1985. Robin Ahrens was killed Oct. 5, 1985, in Phoenix, Ariz.
Hudson's Robin Ahrens was first female FBI agent killed in the line of duty
October 6, 2015 - 12:16pm
Max Ball and Karina Gilson win cross country races at Chippewa Falls
14 hours 22 min ago