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Hudson students and drugs: the good news and the bad
State Supreme Court upholds Act 10; U.S. attorneys file brief opposing state’s photo ID voting law; More Wisconsin news
Metro man charges women with his car in Hudson
High school senior spends a year abroad
Human trafficking is rearing its ugly head in western Wisconsin
crime and courts
Pumped-up competitors, team spirit mark Tough Mudder in St. Joseph
Hudson High School graduate sails across the Atlantic
Tough Mudder official: traffic, weather contingencies covered
Sports Roundup Video: Amateur baseball, Fall sports preview, memories of training camp
Swinging for the fences: Father, son want to share love of baseball
Mayo Clinic chaplain begins a new calling at First Baptist
St. Croix Valley Symphony Orchestra performs tonight at Lakefront Park band shell
Heroin crisis update is tonight at First Presbyterian Church
Faith Community Church is expanding again
Life-changing sickness affects Hudson resident, but doesn’t stop him from staying positive
arts and entertainment
Harry E. Borg, 73
Jim Hunchar, 65
Cody J. Malluege, 29
Ruth A. Becker, 92
Susan A. Johnson, 67
SUMMONS: US Bank v. Jeremy R. Olson; Case No. 14-CV-291
ST. CROIX COUNTY: 7/24/14 Hearing - Hokkanen Permit
ST. CROIX COUNTY HIGHWAY DEPT: Request For Proposals - Chloride Material
NAME CHANGE HEARING: 8/6/14, Case No. 14-CV-309, Devon Perry-Woodard
CITY OF HUDSON: 5/5/14 Council Meeting Minutes
Get Me the Manager: Ghosts of cancer past continue to haunt - bittersweetly
Our View: School plan will have to be fast-tracked to meet fall referendum goal
Our View: Support Booster Days and area youth
November 13, 2009
Federal money trickles in to help recovery efforts from last year's floods
Money continues to trickle in from Washington to help those still recovering from last year's massive floods in southern Wisconsin. The state's conference of the United Methodist Church will distribute $6 million from a federal block grant for social services. Spokeswoman Michele...
November 13, 2009 - 9:00am
June 8, 2009
Heavy rains reminded folks of massive floods a year ago
The overnight rains in much of Wisconsin reminded folks of what happened a year ago - when downpours and floods caused almost a $0.5 billion in damage. Thirty counties were declared federal disaster areas. The draining of Lake Delton and its related washouts happened a year ago...
June 8, 2009 - 9:00am
July 16, 2008
Feds not sure how much money will be available to Wisconsin for next disaster
Federal officials say it's too early to decide how much funding will be available to help Wisconsin flood victims guard against the next disaster. FEMA spokesman Mike McCormick says it doesn't make sense to budget re-building funds until all the victims get registered with his agency. That...
July 16, 2008 - 9:00am
June 20, 2008
More counties deemed disasters; sewage spills
Four more counties have just been added to the list of federal disaster areas in Wisconsin. Gov. Jim Doyle says Grant, Kenosha, Rock and Sheboygan are the latest to become eligible for federal grants and loans. This brings to 19 the number of flooded-out counties declared federal...
June 20, 2008 - 9:00am
June 19, 2008
More counties added to disaster list, railroads hit hard
Twelve Wisconsin counties are now federal disaster areas. Dodge, Winnebago, Washington, Waukesha, and Green counties were added to the list Wednesday. Inspectors from the Federal Emergency Management Agency will visit Dane, Juneau, and Monroe counties today (Thursday), plus extremely-hard-hit...
June 19, 2008 - 9:00am
June 13, 2008
Storms hit hard again, state goes from bad to worse - Interstates closed
Baraboo and Grant County are the latest to declare local emergency status, after another night of storms and flooding in southern Wisconsin. State officials said at least one home in Grant County was destroyed by a tornado and several others were lost to flooding and other wind...
June 13, 2008 - 9:00am
June 11, 2008
State agriculture officials not sure about state's corn crop
Wisconsin farmers had 96 percent of their corn planted by Monday. How much of it grows is anybody's guess. State Agriculture Secretary Rod Nilsestuen says it's too early to tell how much damage the fields suffered from this week's floods in southern Wisconsin. Before the rains came,...
June 11, 2008 - 9:00am
June 9, 2008
Southwest Wisconsin gets up to 10 inches of rain; Doyle declares state of emergency
Gov. Jim Doyle has declared a state of emergency in 29 counties with severe thunderstorms and flooding over the weekend. It allows the National Guard to provide help in the southern half of Wisconsin. Sunday night, six soldiers and three military vehicles helped evacuate two dozen...
June 9, 2008 - 12:00am