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Schreiber completes 40-year career with wastewater utility
Budget provision would ax environmental ed board; UW-LaX probes nepotism allegation; 11 more Wisconsin stories
WisDOT presents plan for I-94 and Hwy. 35 lane additions
St. Croix Co. abruptly pulls back plan for worker health assessments
Fisher joins national effort to help caregivers of ill, wounded vets
crime and courts
Hudsonites run on team of friend Billy Mills
Raider seniors shine at showcase
Hunter safety course scheduled in Somerset
Sparstad two-time All-BRC
Five Raiders are All-State hockey
Hudson is featured destination on ‘Discover Wisconsin’
Hudsonites among those receiving ‘buttons’
Concordia to host Norwegian event at Hudson Middle School on Saturday
Register For Hudson Lions Garage Sale
Octagon House will be open for Sunday's Chocolate March Tour
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CITY OF HUDSON: Liquor License Application - Hudson Softball Association, LLC
TOWN OF HUDSON: 2015 Town Road Weight Restrictions
TOWN OF SOMERSET: Ad For Bids - 2015 TRI-D, 75th Street Reconstruction
VILLAGE OF NORTH HUDSON: 3/31/15 Public Hearing - Special Assessments
CITY OF HUDSON: Request For Proposals - 2015-17 Tree Services
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Doug's Diggings: Stadium improvements highlight spring baseball
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August 25, 2009
Lawmaker suggests scraping proposed health care for compromise bill
House Republican Paul Ryan says Congress should scrap the proposed health care reform bill, and start talking about a compromise. But during three appearances in Waukesha County Monday, he told fellow conservatives he didn't know how to stop Democrats from ramming through their...
August 25, 2009 - 9:00am
January 29, 2009
Senators say they've found a compromise on John Doe law
Two state senators say they've found a compromise on the issue of charging prison guards who are accused of assaulting inmates. Wisconsin has had a John Doe law since 1839, which says judges shall charge corrections officers if prisoners bring them abuse complaints. But Democrats,...
January 29, 2009 - 9:00am
October 1, 2008
Kohl, Feingold not tipping hand on Senate bailout vote tonight
The U.S. Senate will vote tonight (Wednesday) on the latest compromise to rescue the financial services industry. Leaders of both parties announced a new agreement Tuesday night to add major tax cuts, with the goal of getting 12 more House votes needed to pass the measure. Basically,...
October 1, 2008 - 9:00am
September 29, 2008
Wisconsin lawmakers still looking over bailout compromise
Wisconsin's federal lawmakers are still reviewing the financial industry bail-out bill that was unveiled late Sunday. The House is expected to vote today (Monday) on the $700 billion package and final congressional action may not come until Wednesday. The plan represents a victory...
September 29, 2008 - 12:00am
September 17, 2008
Officials compromise to advance library proposal
If the Hudson Area Joint Library eventually does move into the former Nuclear Management Co. building on First Street, it will be because four municipal leaders went the extra mile to give voters that choice, according to Hudson attorney Jeff Redmon. Redmon facilitated the early...
September 17, 2008 - 12:00am
March 11, 2008
Deal struck on virtual schools
A new deal has been made to keep Wisconsin's online public schools open. This time the governor's on board. Assembly Education Committee chairman Brett Davis of Oregon says his house will vote on the compromise today (Tuesday). The compromise would limit enrollment at 5,250, not...
March 11, 2008 - 9:00am
January 25, 2008
Compromise reached in virtual school legislation
A compromise to keep Wisconsin's virtual schools online could be approved by the full Legislature in early March. Elizabeth Burmaster, state superintendent, says she'll recommend that the governor sign it. The state's 12 virtual schools, which teach 3,500 students, were threatened...
January 25, 2008 - 12:00am