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Charlie Markert's balloon art.
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The “Amadeus” is the last balloon that Charlie Markert painted and it will be inflated and displayed by Ed Chapman. (submitted photo)
Hot Air Affair celebrates sky-high art of Charlie Markert
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The larger of the two former Hudson Golf Club maintenance buildings has 12,150 square feet of floor space. It is located just east of the Plaza 94 shopping center.
City has purchased golf course buildings
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Update: Nothing suspicious found in search of Hudson High School
February 4, 2016 - 3:30pm
Two ice formations stand on the Coulee Road hillside across from Historic Casanova Liquor store and The Nova Restaurant & Wine. The sculptures were made by tapping into a natural water spring. (Hudson Star-Observer photo by Randy Hanson)
Hillside spring forms ice sculpture
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Tow truck driver Nate Walsh, shown here in an undated photo, was killed in 2014 after he was struck while tending to a disabled vehicle on Interstate 94. The driver of the vehicle, Steven Dolan, was sentenced last week in a criminal case stemming from the crash. (Submitted photo)
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New Dilly-Dally Gift Shoppe owners Chris Jensen and Jenny Gunsallus are welcomed by the Hudson Area Chamber of Commerce. Front from left are, Chamber Ambassadors Pete Keskey, Joel Larsen and Ruth Petermann; Dilly-Dally employee Dorothy Frazer; Jensen and Gunsallus; and Ambassador Dawn Marquart; back, Chamber Ambassadors Pennie Peterson, Paul Simmons, Tim Newton, Chamber staffer Andrea Jorgenson, and Ambassadors Marnie Matz, Jeremy Lilyquist, Christine Carufel, Tom Bordenave and Mark McNamee.
Dilly-Dally Gift Shoppe has new owners
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