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Hudson quarterback John Uchytil finds some running room during the Raider football team’s scrimmage with South St. Paul last Saturday at the high school practice field. The Raiders open the 2014 season this Friday at home at 7 p.m. against Minnetonka, Minn. (Hudson Star-Observer photos by Bob Burrows)
Raiders open season Friday at home against Minnetonka
4 hours 15 min ago
Ashton Hannack, center, holds the winning Kozy Korner team’s spaghetti-eating championship plaque, flanked by teammates Nick and Cale Dahm, Andrew Ohrt and Phil Norell. (Submitted photo)
Pepper Fest spaghetti, hot-pepper eating champs crowned
3 hours 11 min ago
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Marit Mears holds the keys to a new Ford Mustang that she received before the Pepper Fest royalty coronation Sunday afternoon. She was accompanied by her son Jordan and husband, Jeff. (Hudson Star-Observer photo by Randy Hanson)
Houlton mom wins new Ford Mustang in Rotary raffle
4 hours 23 min ago
CVTC breaks ground for new Energy Ed. Center; deputy pinched for OWI in Red Wing; 14 more state stories
5 hours 54 min ago
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Monday evening police chase ends in Roberts
3 hours 27 min ago
Displaying their race awards are, from left, Todd Miller, Rochester, Minn. (10K males 60-69); Chris Anderson, River Falls (5K overall winner); Jennifer Pinski, River Falls (10K females 30-34); Katie Alberg, Hudson (10K females 34-39); Sue Dahm, Hudson (10K females 50-59); Eric Wickstrom, Hudson (10K overall winner); Matthew Schutz, Glenwood City (10K males 40-49); and Randy Penkwitz, Hudson (10K males 50-59).
Pepper Fest races draw a field of 224 runners; high-schoolers shine in 5K
3 hours 48 min ago
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2013 honorary walk chairman Randy Calleja, his wife Debbie and members of their family lead New Richmond’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s held last year in New Richmond. (Photo by Micheal Foley)
Alzheimer's Walk seeks volunteers, teams
August 19, 2014 - 2:14pm
From left, Melissa, Bekah and Kim Boddy pose with their Bassett hound “Watson,” in K9-Playtime’s 7,200-square-foot, year-round outdoor dog exercise area. (Hudson Star-Observer photos by Chuck Nowlen)
K9-Playtime brings country-style dog fun to the city
3 hours 33 min ago
Motor home fire causes I-94 traffic delays; state on pace for record ag exports; 8 more state news stories
August 18, 2014 - 9:00am
Wisconsin hikers rescued in Alaska when quest turns sour; GOP plans door-to-door campaign; more state news
August 15, 2014 - 9:21am
Hudson Police Department intern Vincent Rudesill yells in pain while demonstrating the effect of being shocked by a Taser. Police Explorer Scout Jordan Kirchoff, left, and Patrol Officer Jeremy Johnson hold onto Rudesill as he received 50,000 volts of current for five seconds. “It’s not just pain compliance. Basically, your muscles seize up,” explained Patrol Officer John Worden, who led the demonstration.
A big 'Night Out' in Lakefront Park
August 13, 2014 - 4:17pm
Speaker of the House John Boehner, left, talkes to Dave Knoke, third from left, inside Knoke
Speaker of the House pays a visit to Knoke's Chocolates & Nuts
August 14, 2014 - 12:04pm
Katie Thurmes wins Democratic clerk of court primary
August 14, 2014 - 11:28am
Wisconsin to get piece of fed hazard-prep grants; Tribes take Gogebic protests to EPA; 11 more state stories
August 14, 2014 - 8:19am
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