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Hudson Home & Garden Club members, from left, Lois Cohoy, Jane Hanson and Randee Loss drove to Red Wing, Minn., last week to check on the flower baskets that had been planted by the club. (Submitted photo)
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Mayor Alan Burchill presents outgoing District 2 Alderperson Mary Yacoub-Ra’ad with an Appreciation Award for her five years of service on the Hudson City Council. “I don’t know anyone who works harder for her district,” Burchill said of her. (Hudson Star-Observer photo by Randy Hanson)
City Council seeks applicants for open seat in District 2
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City Council is planning to allow golf course redevelopment
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St. Croix EDC’s incoming president Chuck Jerrick, left, presents Scott Wagner with an appreciation plaque for past service as president. (Submitted photo)
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