HHS senior Mac Hamlin is seeking permission to wearhis Marine uniform to graduation in June. Initially he was told no but the district said they will consider the request if they receive it in writing.RELATED CONTENT
Dr. Stephanie Roberts Long was recently named Wisconsin Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Association’s 2013 Audiologist of the Year at a ceremony in Wisconsin Dells.RELATED CONTENT
Jenna Evenson, HHS Class of 2002, center, has been named Somerset High School Teacher of the Year for 2012-13 and has been nominated for the Kohl Teacher Fellowship.RELATED CONTENT
Police are investigating weekend break-ins at two Hudson businesses.
A chase through North Hudson and onto the frozen St. Croix ends in an arrest of a Polk county man Sunday morning.
Andy Haase has been the director of Choral Activities at Hudson High School since 2001. He says that throughout his years teaching in Hudson he has had one guiding principle when it comes to the music he selects for performance: to expose his students to the highest level of musical literature, whether sacred or secular.RELATED CONTENT
Following a tie, the fourth candidate for the Hudson School Board is Jim Schrock after his name was pulled from a hat following an official canvas of the votes by district personnel.RELATED CONTENT
It has been 20 years since Hudson business people, community members and teachers and students began their Junior Achievement collaboration.RELATED CONTENT
The Hudson Board of Education has voted to add an additional two options to the three already under consideration to increase secondary school space in the district.RELATED CONTENT
Two candidates were tied for the fourth position in the school board race following the primary on Tuesday. Jim Schrock and Matthew Kari each received 244 votes .
This time of year is a mixed bag. The downside is that it begins a season of working weekends with grass to cut, weeds to pull and guilt to endure if you don’t do either. On the upside, especially if you are a senior somewhere — high school or college not the AARP kind — is your future is about to start or at least move into a new phase.RELATED CONTENT
I wasn’t exactly sure what to expect when I agreed to be the “personal attendant” for my good friend and recent bride, Mary Claire. But I figured it was the best way to know everything without getting accused of being nosy, and, of course, offering all the moral support just such an emotional time calls for.RELATED CONTENT
Ever since the subject of driver’s education came up at last week’s school board meeting, my own “learning to drive” experience has been on my mind. It isn’t a pretty thought.RELATED CONTENT
I don’t know if anyone else feels this way but when I think about a whole new year, I get kind of depressed. With the holidays over, it will be another six months before we get a paid day off.RELATED CONTENT
We were talking in the office this morning about Christmas buying and shopping at the “five and dime” when we were kids. It begged the question “Is there anything left you can buy for a nickel?”RELATED CONTENT
Here’s the thing. The column that ran last week under my byline and photo wasn’t written by me but by Margaret Ontl, our ace photographer and another reporter here at the Star Observer.RELATED CONTENT
It started out small and innocent enough. It just wasn’t in the cards for the Heatons to take much of a vacation this year, but I needed a break.RELATED CONTENT
I’ve been covering the Hudson Police Department for 10 years now and I like to think I know a little about how they operate. But I learned just how much I didn’t know when I participated in the department’s first Citizen Police Academy.RELATED CONTENT
As the deadline for this column quickly approaches I am reminded of one of the few times in my life I did something ahead of a due date – the birth of our children 21 years ago May 5.RELATED CONTENT
Right when I think there just isn’t anything more to say … well, there is. I recently got back from a wonderful vacation in Naples, Fla., courtesy of my beloved sister Mary and brother-in-law Dave. Naples is a wonderful place with lots of regular people who just happen to live next door to millionaires.RELATED CONTENT