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Late start, snow plowing event in Hudson
Charges: About 275 pounds of pot turned up in rural Baldwin
St Croix County Farm Bureau offers scholarships to county students
Wisconsin roundup: Assembly passes tax package that includes rebate measure; more state news stories
Child porn charges filed against 3 more in St. Croix County
crime and courts
State Wrestling: RF's Fuller, Williamson reach semifinals
Gymnasts second in BRC
Raider swimmers end year at state
WIAA Hockey: Raider boys, girls reach sectional finals
Four wrestlers head to state
Hudson native continues 75 years of Navy Seabee tradition
Coloring contest winners get prizes from Hudson Fire Department
Christmas Tour of Homes is puttin' on the glitz
PHOTOS: Hudson Rotary hosts annual Halloween parade
Pastoral viewpoint: The grace to let others help us
arts and entertainment
HUDSON SCHOOL DISTRICT: 1/8/18 Board Meeting Minutes
CITY OF HUDSON: 3/12/18 Hearing - Amend Ch. 255, Zoning
FORECLOSURE: First Bank Baldwin v. David J. Olson, et al.; Case No. 16-CV-309
SUMMONS: Deutsche Bank v. Amy M. Nasers, et al.; Case 18-CV-32
NOTICE TO CREDITORS: Robert R. Harshman Estate; Case No. 16-PR-81
Escape Salon offers space rentals in Hudson
Hudson Physicians is pleased to welcome Amy Antonich, Family Nurse Practitioner
Hudson diners: Want to eat in an igloo?
Family Dentistry Welcomes Dr. Koubsky
Randleman of Catalyst Receives PTA Recognition
Place a Business Announcement
John E. Goetze
Michael D. Bierbrauer
Henry J. "Bud" Lentz
Jean M. Harnish
Vernon and Lucille Kelly
Supporting Denny McNamara
VOTE JAN 16TH
Vote for Patty Schachtner
Letter to the Editor
Views from the Right column: How have we come to this?
Library column: Teen art at the library
Editorial: Public notices are printed publicly for good reasons
Viewpoint: Removing wetland protections needs serious deliberation
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June 15, 2016
Conclusion in on UW-Stout student's death; Wisconsin drivers are nation's fourth-worst; winter wheat harvest looks promising; nine more state news stories
MENOMONIE -- Authorities say a University of Wisconsin-Stout student from Minnesota bled to death after a drunken fall through glass on a church marquee in April. Menomonie police issued their report Tuesda) on the death of 22-year-old Rickey Alan Hible of Shakopee, Minn. Hible was...
June 15, 2016 - 10:50am
May 26, 2016
Freak highway incident in Eau Claire; state's corn should be mostly planted soon; wildfire risk plummets; 13 more state news stories
EAU CLAIRE -- A freak incident caused 21 vehicles to have their tires punctured on Interstate 94 near Eau Claire. The State Patrol was told just after 5 p.m. Wednesday that numerous vehicles were getting flat tires -- and it turned out that they all hit a square metal frame made...
May 26, 2016 - 8:08am
May 18, 2016
Court throws out conviction of gun-toting man near Somerset school; Study: State's long-term debt fourth lowest in U.S.; 14 more Wisconsin news briefs
WAUSAU -- A state appeals court has thrown out a loitering ticket against a man walking near a school in St. Croix County while carrying a rifle and a handgun. The Third District appellate court in Wausau ruled Tuesday that 26-year-old Mark Hoffman should have had his case dismissed...
May 18, 2016 - 7:56am
May 3, 2016
Wisconsin crop planting lags behind 2015; Dems seek federal review of voter ID law; UW-Madison faculty cast no-confidence vote; eight more state news stories
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Wisconsin farmers are off to a late start in planting their crops compared to one year ago, but it's still earlier than the norm for the past five years. The USDA says 22 percent of the state's corn crop is in the ground -- 9 percent less than this time in 2015,...
May 3, 2016 - 8:03am
March 29, 2016
FFA and ag science students having fun while keeping an eye on the future
The news is all good from Hudson High School’s Department of Agriculture and the school’s recently organized Future Farmers of America chapter....
March 29, 2016 - 3:43am
March 22, 2016
Tim Nixon taking on global issues here at home
Tim Nixon wants you to look around at the natural world, appreciate it for what it is, but understand that it isn’t a resource simply to use...
March 22, 2016 - 10:08am
February 29, 2016
New table grape could last through frigid temps
It takes a hearty soul to live through a typical Wisconsin winter. It takes an even heartier grape to lie dormant through months of snow and...
February 29, 2016 - 9:34am
February 25, 2016
River Falls-grown alfalfa sprouts causing food-borne illnesses, say health officials; 'Sanctuary cities' bill unlikely to pass; 13 more Wisconsin news stories
ST. PAUL -- Minnesota health and agriculture officials are investigating an outbreak of foodborne illness associated with alfalfa sprouts produced by Jack & The Green Sprouts of River Falls, and urged people not to eat the product. The state health department said there seven cases...
February 25, 2016 - 8:20am
February 19, 2016
Assembly wraps up session: OKs voucher tax relief, mental health funding; Mississippi shipping could being by mid-March; 11 more Wisconsin news stories
MADISON -- The Wisconsin Assembly has finished its business for the year, which means that no more bills can be introduced or changed by the Senate. The Assembly completed its two-year session after midnight by passing dozens of bills, and senators will consider some of them at their...
February 19, 2016 - 8:12am
February 18, 2016
Watchdog group concerned about money in court race; Latino 'milkers' converge on Capitol for rally today; 12 more news stories from across Wisconsin
February 18, 2016 - 9:25am
February 15, 2016
UPDATED: Justice Scalia remembered by Abrahamson, Marquette Dean; low turnout expected for Tuesday's primary; plus 14 other news stories from around Wisconsin
As the political debate heats up over his replacement, Justice Antonin Scalia leaves behind vivid memories for Wisconsin legal scholars. Marquette Law School dean Joseph Kearney was a clerk for Scalia in 1995-96 and he called the justice "the most impressive person he ever met." Kearney...
February 15, 2016 - 2:22pm
December 27, 2015
Ag broadcasting icon tells farmers your job will never end, promote it
While farmers need to do a better job of telling others what their occupation means to the country, they shouldn’t harp on the difficulties...
December 27, 2015 - 11:38am
This time, world population growth good for U.S. farmers, claims public TV host
When Mike Pearson predicted that the two billion projected world population growth in the next 50 years is good news for American farmers, an...
December 27, 2015 - 11:31am
December 22, 2015
Study: 1 in 3 Kewanee County wells is unsafe; Dems want shared governance restored to UW System; plus 12 more Wisconsin news stories
KEWANEE -- A study funded by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources showed that one-third of private water wells in Kewaunee County do not meet proper human health standards. About 320 of the county's water wells were tested last month, as part of a project by federal researchers...
December 22, 2015 - 9:04am
December 21, 2015
Speaker Ryan brushes off conservative criticism of spending deal; corn, soybean bins jammed in wake of near-perfect crop year; 12 more Wisconsin news stories
December 21, 2015 - 9:29am