Relay for Life chair Charles Huntley survived colon cancer
In 2005, Charles Huntley went to the doctor because “something just didn’t feel right.” He got a call a day later telling him he had cancer. "I was sc...
St. Croix Animal Friends begin push to build shelter
St. Croix Animal Friends Inc. is ready for action, the leaders say. Seven years after the nonprofit corporation formed to establish a shelter for dog...
Bethel Lutheran bids Pastor Bredeson a fond farewell
The Rev. Van V. Bredeson will give his final sermon as a member of the staff at Bethel Lutheran Church on Sunday. After 22 years as the church’s educa...
Hudson High School's Graduation ceremony was moved from Newton Field to the school gym due to weather.RELATED CONTENT
A cable that is necessary for operation of the Stillwater Lift Bridge snapped Sunday, June 16, at around 8 p.m.RELATED CONTENT
Mail was stolen from a mailbox in the 1500 block of Laurel Avenue at about 8:15 a.m. Thursday, June 13, the Hudson Police Department reports. Police Chief Marty Jensen is cautioning people not to use their personal mailboxes to send sensitive mail.RELATED CONTENT
DNR plant and pest disease specialist Todd Lanigan’s preliminary finding is that it may be due to the drought conditions in the past few years.RELATED CONTENT
The 36-member club started last year when Rick Persinger, president of the Hudson Rod, Gun and Archery Club, noticed his son’s and his son’s friends’ growing interests in shooting.RELATED CONTENT
An investigation may determine why, but what’s known is that a speedboat driver on the St. Croix River somehow lost his bearings. Instead of continuing north, Patrick Puhalla, 46, of Bayport, Minn., got turned to the east.RELATED CONTENT
Fehringer helped launch the district's first computer classes. “I think math-wise, we teach a mile wide and only an inch thick,” he says. “We should go deeper."RELATED CONTENT
Claudia Kell may be retiring this month but she isn’t leaving education and probably never will. “I am just choosing to change the atmosphere a little.”RELATED CONTENT
“The Elvis Show,” a tribute to the king of rock ‘n roll, will be performed Saturday, June 15, at 7:30 p.m. at The Phipps Center for the Arts.RELATED CONTENT
Authorities are offering a $5,000 reward for information about who drove a vehicle into the front of the state corrections office and threw an incendiary device inside to start a fire.
Thunderstorms predicted for today; 700 state Guard members will lose 11 days of pay; Proposed budget goes to full Legislature; More state news
More showers and thunderstorms are in the forecast for Wisconsin today as another cold front pushes through. About 700 Wisconsin National Guard members will lose 11 days of work and pay due to the federal budget sequester. Plus more briefs.
Spectators disrupt abortion reform debate but measures OK'd, sent to Walker; Clear Lake teen named state FFA leader, more state news
State Assembly members shared impassioned family stories before approving three bills to restrict abortion rights Thursday. Also, an elderly golf course worker at Monroe died Thursday when his mower was struck by a falling tree branch. Plus stories about tougher domestic abuse law passage and a student Regent appointment rescinded after it was learned the student signed a Recall Walker petition.RELATED CONTENT
Wisconsin’s percentage of senior citizens is larger than the national figure of 13.7 percent, according to new figures released by the U.S. Census. Also, state lawmakers voted to relax slightly Wisconsin's Lemon Law while moving ahead with election rules that allow donors to give more money, plus stories about a police killing in Beloit and protests marking the start of test drilling where taconite mining may develop near Ashland.RELATED CONTENT
I had thought the day when I found myself in a cloud, I would be dead, resting in peace somewhere. Instead here I am working in one every day -- just wishing I was
The Hudson High School class of 2013 –- over 400 students strong -- graduates Saturday night in ceremonies at Newton Field (HHS east gym in case of rain), and we wish each student the best in the years ahead.
The event, to benefit the Badger football program, also featured appearances by 1999 Heisman Trophy winner Ron Dayne, voice of Badger football and basketball Matt Lepay and Paul Bunyan’s Axe.RELATED CONTENT
Guests are seniors, persons with physical or developmental disabilities, military members and families of servicemembers who are deployed, veterans and intergenerational youth groups.RELATED CONTENT
The Rats’ latest win came last Saturday, June 8, at Grandview Park when they erased an early 2-0 deficit to Plum City with 13 unanswered runs in a 13-2, seven-inning victory.RELATED CONTENT
Sun Prairie won its second straight Division 1 state high school spring baseball title Thursday night, with a 5-4 victory over Stevens Point in eight innings near Appleton.
Cedarburg blanked Eau Claire Memorial 3-0 as Josee Stiever had two goals and an assist. Brookfield Central, Waukesha West and De Pere also advance.