Wineries are popping up all over western Wisconsin, and the town of Troy is no exception. Daniel Koepke presented plans to the Troy Town Board at the May 9 meeting to open Cracked Barrel Winery at 570 Coulee Trail.
The United Fund of Troy Township recently donated $906.50 to the Christian Food Cupboard of Hudson. Over $6,900 from 95 residents of the township will be distributed to 13 agencies serving the local area.
On April 2nd there will be an election for three town of Troy officials, one of which is the town chairperson. Troy resident and fourth generation family farmer, Dan Pearson, is on the ballot for town chairperson.
Burglaries to rural residential areas are starting to crop up in the Hudson area and St. Croix County Sheriff John Shilts warns residents to be on the lookout for anything suspicious in their neighborhoods.
With River Falls in the lead, the Hudson Fire Department and several other area departments, responded at 11:25 a.m. Saturday, May 26 to 263 St. Anne’s Parkway in Troy township after a caller reported seeing smoke and flames coming from a hole lightning had torn in the roof.
Two committees were born at the Town of Troy Board meeting on Thursday, May 10. One committee was formed after Town Building Inspector Brian Wert presented his rates for the upcoming year while discussing his contract renewal. The second committee was formed after discussion about the Radio Road interchange.
Adam and Megan Greeson have developed a love of the earth and for growing things. It has led to them to establish a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) project called Sweet Top Farm in the town of Troy.
A 15-year-old Hudson girl is expected to face criminal charges after she allegedly stole a car and took four friends on a joyride that ended in a rollover crash, sending the five occupants to area hospitals Saturday afternoon, March 24.
Firefighters from three departments were called to put out a grass fire that threatened a neighborhood in the town of Troy on Friday afternoon, March 16. Hudson Fire Chief Jim Frye said the fire spread from a spot where one of the homeowners was burning cardboard.
Fire call charges in the township of Troy will remain at $700, a decision made at the town board meeting, Thursday, March 8. The board considered eliminating the charge by proposing a tax increase for town residents.
When Mary and Tom Hawksford first welcomed their sons Kolya and Dima into their Troy home back in 2004, they thought it would just be for a visit before the boys, Russian orphans, found another permanent home in the area.
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