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HHS students hear firsthand what it’s like to be an entrepreneur
St Joseph fire chief eyes replacement for old Engine Truck #2
What should be done for Troy’s slippery road?
Council approves $4.12 million of borrowing for 2015-16 projects
The drowning that didn’t happen ...50 years later
crime and courts
Netters finish second in the BRC
Former Raider hockey coach Mike Stoskopf headed to Hall of Fame
Raider softball team rolls to three straight wins
Raider baseball team is in the thick of Big Rivers race
Hudson boys, River Falls girls win BRC track titles
HHS student art show opens tonight
Memorial Day services set for Monday
Yellowstone Trail Heritage Days are June 6, 7
Master Gardeners hold plant sale June 6 at Octagon House
Cast named for June 6 Cemetery Walk
arts and entertainment
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CITY OF HUDSON: Common Council Vacancy - 4th Aldermanic District
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Robin Webster Beaton
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James D. Rogers, 80
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Our View: Memorial Day: Take time to honor veteran
The Cub Reporter: Reporters don't cry
Day By Day: Hectic time of year should include moments to reflect
Our View: How to spend money without voter approval
A happy birthday column about a one-of-kind best friend
Get Out! Deals
City Council is planning to allow golf course redevelopment
August 21, 2013
Mishpack serves in Bozeman, Mont.
Hudson-based NETworks Youth Ministries’ summer mission trip, Mishpack, brought 50 students and leaders to Bozeman, Mont., for the last two weeks of July. The first week students worked alongside Habitat for Humanity. Mishpack Director Elliott Krizek received a call from the Habitat...
life / family
August 21, 2013 - 9:45am
November 17, 2009
'Food insecurity' up to 10 percent in Wisconsin homes
One of every 10 Wisconsin households had trouble putting enough food on the table at the end of last year. That's according to the USDA, which said the Badger State was a little better off than the nation as a whole. One of every seven U.S. households had what the government calls...
November 17, 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
July 23, 2008
State to compensate those who lost homes at Lake Delton
FEMA wouldn't do it, so the state will compensate the owners of five homes destroyed when Lake Delton got flushed away. They'll get a total of almost $2 million because Gov.
July 23, 2008 - 9:00am
July 11, 2008
State and Feds may buy 100s of flood prone homes in state
The state and federal governments might buy hundreds of homes in places that still have flood waters after five weeks. Gov. Jim Doyle made the announcement Thursday in Spring Green where he said the damage still looks like it just happened. Doyle says people in nine communities...
July 11, 2008 - 12:00am
May 19, 2008
Home prices and sales dip across region
In just about every county across the region the median price of an existing home dropped in the first quarter of 2008 when compared to the same period of 2007. Not only was the median sales price down, but the number of home sales also dropped, according to figures released by...
May 19, 2008 - 12:00am
February 29, 2008
Builder explores auctions to move homes
As the real estate market continues to stagnate, builders are trying new ways to sell homes. One of the latest trends is one-day auctions, where a block of homes is put up for sale with no set minimum price. The unusual sales technique has grown in popularity during these tough...
February 29, 2008 - 12:00am