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Handyman Matters takes the hassle out of home and business projects
Twin Cities Orthopedics and St. Croix Orthopaedics join forces
Group from Nicaragua visits Hudson
Locals involved at Libertarian state event
Former Judge Cameron offers students lessons learned in life, from the bench
crime and courts
Rod, Gun Club’s youth day draws crowd
Netters sweep another Big Rivers foe, improve to 2-0 in conference
Raider baseball team rolls over Rice Lake, evens BRC record
Raider track teams shines at Hopkins
Hudson woman turns 100
Hudson celebrates Arbor Day
HHS prom is Saturday
Habitat fundraiser is Tuesday
Healthy Homes and Garden Gig at Badlands May 16
arts and entertainment
TOWN OF ST. JOSEPH: Town Board Position Open
STORAGE SALE NOTICE: 5/16/15 at Somerset Mini Storage
TOWN OF ST. JOSEPH: Volunteer Committee Members Needed
EAGLE STORAGE: 5/8/15 Lien Sale Notice
PROBATE ORDER: Martin C. Lissick Estate; Case No. 15-PR-33
Lyman G. Kopp, 88
James Wilmer Fritze, 90
Jo Ann Moen Page, 89
Frederic "Fritz" Reiter, 85
Thomas J. Savereide, 82
A look at Hudson golf course history
Our View: New hope for tax reciprocity?
Doug's Diggings: Looking back at a couple of interesting sports items
Randy's Ramblings: Firefighters’ spouses deserve recognition, too
The Cub Reporter: The collected work of a long-time Hudson historian
Get Out! Deals
Man found guilty on 13 of 16 counts in 2014 Hudson shooting
March 16, 2009
UW-River Falls faces $5.74 million cut
In an e-mail to staff, faculty and students, the interim vice chancellor for administration and finance of the University of Wisconsin-River Falls announced Wednesday the school was facing a budget cut of $5.74 million in the coming biennial budget. The cuts being faced by UW-River...
March 16, 2009 - 12:45pm
March 9, 2009
Doyle cuts funding for clean sweep programs
The governor's budget would cut state funds for the program that keeps hazardous chemicals out of our landfills. Spokesman Lee Sensenbrenner said it was really hard for Gov. Jim Doyle to cut $1 million in state grants for Wisconsin's Clean Sweep programs. But with the rough economy,...
March 9, 2009 - 9:00am
March 4, 2009
Tax collectors cut with more than $1 billion in unpaid taxes
For the first time, Wisconsinites owe more than $1 billion in overdue state taxes. The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reported the amount of delinquent taxes, fees and interest rose 27 percent in the fiscal year ending last July. And if everybody paid up, about one-sixth of Wisconsin's...
March 4, 2009 - 9:00am
February 19, 2009
Lawton upset that Doyle cut movie tax credits
Wisconsin's governor angered his own running mate when he decided to drop the state's new movie tax credits from his proposed state budget. Lt. Gov. Barbara Lawton said it made no sense and it will guarantee that movies will stop being filmed in the Badger State. Lawton was among...
February 19, 2009 - 9:00am
December 3, 2008
Wausau Homes cutting workforce
Wausau Homes will cut about one-third of its workforce at the end of January and it blames the nation's financial meltdown. Wausau, which makes pre-fabricated homes, says it will permanently let 81 employees go by Jan. 30. That includes production workers and other personnel. Company...
December 3, 2008 - 12:00am
December 2, 2008
UW-System plans to cut pay raises in half
With Wisconsin facing what state officials called the worst budget disaster ever, the University of Wisconsin-System Board of Regents will take up a proposal to scale back pay raises for faculty and academic staff. The plan was announced on Friday by Kevin P. Reilly, UW System president....
December 2, 2008 - 12:00am
September 18, 2008
St. Croix supervisors share the pain
The full St. Croix County Board buckled down to budget work Tuesday as supervisors heard nearly five hours of proposals from 29 county departments. The bottom line is that with less than two months to go, the board must cut $2.5 million from budget requests to stay within its state-mandated...
September 18, 2008 - 12:00am