A memorial service was held Tuesday evening, May 14, in the Hudson High School auditorium to honor the nation’s law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty.RELATED CONTENT
The Hudson Raider baseball team clinched its first conference championship since 1979 Tuesday, May 21, by sweeping a doubleheader from Eau Claire North, 4-2 and 5-3, at Eau Claire’s Carson Park. Hudson finished the season all alone in first place in the Big Rivers Conference with a record of 11-1.RELATED CONTENT
Measure to require more job efforts from food stamp recipients advances; fallen FBI agent with Wisconsin link remembered; more state news
Joint Finance committee members Tuesday limited a provision in Gov. Scott Walker's budget to sell public property and advanced rules to incent unemployed citizens getting food assistance to work harder at finding a job. Also, Weather Service records compare the Moore, OK. tornado to epic twisters that have hit Wisconsin and a story about two FBI agents killed in a training exercise last week -- one of whom started his career in Milwaukee.
The College of Business and Economics at the UW-River Falls will host an information session from 6-7 p.m. Thursday, May 23, at the UWRF Hudson Center, for those considering whether a master’s degree in business administration will help them further their career goals.RELATED CONTENT
St. Croix County residents: Don’t miss out on the Tire and Appliance Collection on Saturday, June 1. Take advantage of this great opportunity to get rid of unwanted tires and major household appliances for a small fee.RELATED CONTENT
Big Joint Finance decisions expected today as Walker travels; Lake Superior warm-up blamed for waning Lake Trout population, more state news
The Legislature's Joint Finance committee will decide the fate of a half-dozen signficant affecting the poor and unemployed, state assets and state workers who smoke. Read on for stories about the sale of Wausau Paper,a 2.5 degree warm-up of Lake Superior and a large industrial fire in Sauk City.
The Hudson City Council meeting originally set for Monday evening, May 20, has been rescheduled to 7 p.m. Thursday, May 23.
Hudson School District’s Director of Student Services, Cory McIntyre, submitted his letter of resignation on May 16 after getting a better offer from a Twin Cities school district.
Panel will decide on DNA-collection question, 'double-dipping'; house explosion levels one- damages five near Eau Claire; more state news
A Sunday afternoon explosion decimated a town of Washington home and blew out windows and cracked walls at surrounding properties. Also, members of the Legislature's Joint Finance committee have several weighty decisions before them this week, including some which would curtail Gov. Scott Walker-budget initiatives. Also, stories of a police shooting, bicyclist's death and more.
A couple of hard winters on the family dairy farm and Neil Paulson decided to pursue another career. The epiphany came at a particularly severe moment. “I was running a manure spreader and freezing and I thought there has to be a better way than this.”RELATED CONTENT
St. Croix County’s annual Clean Sweep Hazardous Waste Collection is taking place today and tomorrow at the county highway shop at 666 Hwy. 12 east of Hudson.RELATED CONTENT
Job situation: Back on track or derailed?; Wood-cutting accident caused wildfire that burned over 8,000 acres; more briefs
Wisconsin’s job picture is either exciting or lackluster, depending on which political party you believe. Smoke from logging equipment caused this week’s massive wildfire in far northwest Wisconsin.
Body found along the river in Lakeland has been identified as Donald D. Marklowitz, last seen in Hudson April 1.
BARNES, Wis. — Bob Gotelaere’s outhouse was still on fire Wednesday morning when he drove around roadblocks to check his home near Ellison Lake.
Gov. Scott Walker’s budget calls for no increase in state aid, but Republican legislators, especially in rural areas with declining enrollments, have heard from school administrators who say they need an increase in aid to avoid drastic cuts for their schools.RELATED CONTENT