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’Know the Truth:’ a first step on the path to prevention
Hudson man involved in fatal crash; Montana man killed
Softball concessions agreement causes disagreement
Hudson men charged after alleged drug robbery
Man wrongfully convicted of murder gets $6.5 million settlement; Bonds paid off -- Packers sales tax will end six years early; 11 more state news briefs
crime and courts
Raider track teams shine in openers
Hudsonites run on team of friend Billy Mills
Raider seniors shine at showcase
Hunter safety course scheduled in Somerset
Sparstad two-time All-BRC
Pastor: Easter is most important part of Christian faith
Booster Easter egg hunt is April 4
Hudson is featured destination on ‘Discover Wisconsin’
Hudsonites among those receiving ‘buttons’
Concordia to host Norwegian event at Hudson Middle School on Saturday
arts and entertainment
HUDSON SCHOOL DISTRICT: 2/10/15 Regular Board Meeting Minutes
HUDSON SCHOOL DISTRICT: 2/19/15 Expulsion Hearing Minutes
NOTICE TO CREDITORS: Rosemary C. Lynch Estate, Case No. 15PR20
PROBATE NOTICE: Judith W. Boysen Estate; Case No. 15-PR-19
SUMMONS: TCF Bank v. Eric Sylte; Case No. 14-CV-447
Kristan E. Janse-Dinkel, 54
Mary M. "Markee" Bourget, 95
Darlene Faye Plemon, 73
Emil M. Klatt, 83
Mary Anne (Frable) Hetrick, 64
Doug's Diggings: Home is among Hudson’s oldest
Doug's Diggings: Emotions running high for Badger basketball
Our View: Looking for family fun this Sunday?
Notes from the Dockside: Supervising grandpa
Doug's Diggings: Stadium improvements highlight spring baseball
Get Out! Deals
August 21, 2009
Farming expenditures rose in 2008
It cost more to farm in Wisconsin last year. The 2008 Farm Production Expenditures report from the National Ag Statistics Service says the average Wisconsin farm spent $120,513 last year compared to $106,410 in 2007. The average farm in the Dairy State spent $17,692 on feed, $16,410...
August 21, 2009 - 9:00am
January 16, 2009
Investigators still not sure what caused 2008 La Crosse fatal med-flight crash
The National Transportation Safety Board still cannot say exactly why a medical helicopter crashed last May near La Crosse, killing all three people aboard. The agency said there was heavy fog and rain that night. New reports said two Wisconsin med-flight crews decided not to fly...
January 16, 2009 - 12:00am
November 19, 2008
Dave Wood's Book Report, Nov. 19, 2008
Here's a trio of new autobiographies that cover lots of time and lots of ground. There aren't many literary figures who have had more stories written about them than the 18th century poet and lexicographer, Dr. Samuel Johnson, himself an accomplished biographer.
November 19, 2008 - 12:00am
November 12, 2008
Dave Wood's Book Report, Nov. 12, 2008
Powerful military nation decides its time to teach a lesson to small Moslem nation, certain that its people will welcome the enlightened country's victory over outmoded religious country whose time had come and gone centuries before. Strangely, the little Moslem nation didn't take...
November 12, 2008 - 12:00am
November 5, 2008
Dave Wood's Book Report, Nov. 5, 2008
"Red osier dogwood, the Indians called it kinnickinnic, took inside their lungs smoke from the bark mixed with bear root and tobacco leaves.
November 5, 2008 - 12:00am
October 23, 2008
Hunters sought for 2008 Venison Donation Program
The 2008 Venison Donation Program in Wisconsin is starting up and cooperating meat processors are beginning to sign up. Hunters participating in the 2008 deer hunting seasons may want to check the Department of Natural Resources Web site (www.dnr.state.wi.us) regularly for processors...
October 23, 2008 - 12:00am
June 11, 2008
Dave Wood's Book Report, June 11, 2008
I've read quite a few books in my day, but it always amazes me when I read yet another and I realize I've most certainly not read enough. Once again this became apparent when I recently read "Magnifico," by Miles J. Unger (Simon & Schuster, $32). Maybe I should back up. For years...
June 11, 2008 - 12:00am
June 4, 2008
Dave Wood's Book Report, June 4, 2008
Authors who take apart a region or a community have always been dear to my heart. It all began when I was in high school and my English teacher said I should not read novels by Sinclair Lewis, who was an agnostic and a drunk. So I went right out and checked out his novel "Main...
June 4, 2008 - 12:00am