COLLABORATIVE COUNSELING WITH NAOMI DORIOTT Talking To Kids About School Violence
With the recent school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut both adults and children are aware and thinking about violence at schools. We have heard many parents say they dont want to send their child to ... Posted on 12/19/12 at 2:42 PM
The state tourist information center that stood along Interstate 94 in Hudson for many years was demolished on Monday. The excavation of the 16 acres on which the tourist center stood will begin soon, said David Robson, a partner in the development group that bought the land from the state for $1.25 million.
The St. Croix Economic Development Corporation staged its annual Business of the Year Awards Banquet Thursday, Feb. 21, at R&D Banquet Hall in New Richmond. Hudson Brewing Company was honored as the Emerging Business of the Year.
The certified survey maps approved 5-1 by the Hudson City Council create three commercial lots of roughly two acres in size, plus an outlot that could be used for a private driveway or street access to the lots.
Hudson Hospital & Clinics CEO Marian Furlong, hospital board chairman Dr. Bill Gold and HealthPartners vice president Dr. Ken Holmen welcome guests to the Nov. 1 groundingbreaking for a new medical office building.
Duro Bag Manufacturing Co. pulled out of the facility two years ago and moved the operation to a plant in Florence, Ky. Now Tom Elbert is hoping to bring in a new manufacturer that would employ twice as many people as the company that left.
The construction on Central Bank’s new facility continues after a short delay waiting for steel to arrive. It is located on the northwest corner of the Vine Street and Carmichael Road intersection. The new building will have 5,650 square feet on the main level and 2,450 on the lower level. The lobby will have four teller windows and the building will feature three drive-up lanes.
The Duro Bag factory that closed two years ago has been sold for $3.15 million, according to St. Croix County property records. The buyer is Tom Elbert, of Erin Prairie, a real estate investor who has a history of turning vacant manufacturing plants into business incubators.
Work has begun on the Hudson Hospital & Clinics campus to prepare for the new Medical Office Building. The first phase of the process is parking lot construction which includes the removal of a significant number of trees on the northeast corner and along the island areas of the campus entrance.
Derek Gilbert, a 1997 Hudson High School graduate, started his career in the insurance industry in 2007. In 2008 he started his own life and health agency which evolved into Anchor Insurance.
“In 2010 I put everything together and opened Anchor Insurance,” said Gilbert.
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