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Rain, snow and ice make travel treacherous
Alan Burchill running for another term as mayor of Hudson
School board considers selling UU property; report says site is not suitable for large school
City changes snowplowing procedure around E.P. Rock School, neighbors protest
City to study redesign of high school intersection
crime and courts
Wrestlers open the season strong
Raider boys defeat Eau Claire North 56-52 in Big Rivers opener
Notes from the Dockside: Way too early
Raiders win opener over No. St. Paul, 65-59
Hudson drops Tuesday night game at Hastings
Cold weather doesn't stop the Candlelight Stroll
North Hudson Pepper Festival gives back more than $26,000
Korea experience sparks Lisa LaBeau's desire to keep traveling
Holiday sale continues at the Phipps
'Best Christmas Pageant' starts Dec. 12
arts and entertainment
Donna Scarborough, 88
Robert Durden Hackworthy, 84
John A. Schloe, 66
Violet Lorraine Hopkins, 90
William L. Hunt, 86
Randy's Ramblings: St. Patrick Church is making a difference in a Guatemalan community
Our View: Now is the time to consider running for local government position
Day by Day: Sometimes it is a challenge but I’m thankful and then some
Our View: Give thanks daily, but especially on Thanksgiving
Doug's Diggings: Hard to believe it’s been 50 years
CITY OF HUDSON: Ad For Bids- Street Light & Traffic Signal Meter Sockets
ST. CROIX COUNTY: Ad For Bids - Coolijng Tower Replacement
VILLAGE OF NORTH HUDSON: 11/5/13 Board Meeting Minutes
VILLAGE OF NORTH HUDSON: Resolution 2013-08 - Adopt 2014 Budget
CITY OF HUDSON: Ad For Bids - Property Insurance
June 2, 2010
Study shows spike in agriculture jobs
While many college grads settle for internships, those with agricultural degrees could be much better off. A study by Purdue and the USDA says over 54,000 ag-related jobs will be created each year through 2015 in areas like food, the environment, and renewable energy. Mike Compton...
June 2, 2010 - 4:46pm
January 20, 2010
December shows increased milk production
Wisconsin's dairy cows stayed busier than their national counterparts last month. The state's milk production rose by 4.3% in December, while the national output dropped by nine tenths of a percent from a year ago. Wisconsin farmers made just over 2.2 billion pounds of milk during...
January 20, 2010 - 11:52am
August 7, 2009
UW Extension report says farming generates $59 billion in state
Farming in Wisconsin generates more than $59 billion in economic activity. That's according to a new University of Wisconsin Extension report. Madison professor Steve Deller says America's Dairyland has helped itself by taking on niche markets, and expanding beyond its traditional...
August 7, 2009 - 9:19am
July 20, 2009
Wisconsin milk production bucks national decline
Wisconsin's milk production kept rising last month despite a decrease nationally. Farmers in the Badger State made just more than $2.1 billion pounds of milk in June, up 2.8 percent from the same month last year. Production in the 23 major dairy states fell 0.1 percent to almost...
July 20, 2009 - 9:23am
July 6, 2009
Wisconsin cheese production up more than 3 percent in May
Wisconsin's continues to be more dominant as the nation's leading cheese-maker. The Badger State's cheese production for May grew by 3.2 percent from the year, while No. 2 California kept slipping with a production decline of 2.6 percent. Nationally, cheese production grew by...
July 6, 2009 - 9:01am
June 23, 2009
Democrats seek to keep property tax break that preserves farmland
Wisconsin Senate Democrats are trying to stop city developers from taking advantage of a property tax break that's supposed to go to farmers. But the state's Farm Bureau says a good number of farmers would also lose the tax breaks they deserve under the use-value assessment law. Housing...
June 23, 2009 - 7:59am
June 2, 2009
Kwik Trip announces major expansion of its bakery
Kwik Trip says it will double the size of its bakery, and add more than 100 jobs at its support center in La Crosse. The convenience store chain says it's had tremendous growth in its bakery sales. And it's resulting in a $22-23 million dollar expansion. The La Crosse Plan...
June 2, 2009 - 9:00am
April 7, 2009
Master gardeners offer beautification grants
The St. Croix County Master Gardener's Association (SCVMGA) wants to help beautify western Wisconsin communities this summer. The SCVMGA will award a total of $3,500 in grant money. Projects must be conducted by a non-profit or community service organization. Deadline for applications...
April 7, 2009 - 3:53pm
March 27, 2009
Venison America more than 'meats' the eye
Nestled in a building set back off the road is the thriving business Venison America, and the only clue that it's there is the colorful sign...
March 27, 2009 - 1:35am
February 19, 2008
State milk production increases twice as much as elsewhere
Wisconsin's dairy cows are working twice as hard as their national counterparts.
February 19, 2008 - 12:00am
Doyle outlines plans for $150 million initiative to help expand bio-fuels and manufacturers
In the next few weeks, Gov. Jim Doyle will announce details of a $150-million, ten-year initiative to make Wisconsin a national leader in bio and alternative fuels, and to help the state's manufacturers. "This is a huge opportunity for us to develop a major segment of our economy...
December 19, 2007 - 12:00am
December 8, 2007
Conference to focus on cashing in on cow chips
In the near future, farmers may have more to sell than just milk, corn and soybeans. Their next money-maker might be energy. A conference to be held in Stevens Point in January will look at ways small and medium farms can use methane digesters to generate not only electricity,...
December 8, 2007 - 12:00am