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Fan malfunction brings fire department to Second Street building
Star-Observer earns top award for large weeklies in state newspaper contest
The River Channel records interviews with City Council candidates
Assembly will debate right-to-work for 24 hours; Workforce secretary calls public-aid drug testing ‘compassionate’; 13 more state news briefs
Labor Committee advances right-to-work bill without OK; drone-dropped weapons worry prison chief; 11 more Wisconsin stories
crime and courts
Raiders fall to Wildcats in Big Rivers finale; open tournament play Friday
Hudson girls fall in basketball regional semifinal
Three Hudson wrestlers place at state individual championships
Spartans foil Raiders' run in the sectional final
Two Raider gymnasts advance to state meet
Pet Adoption Day March 7 at Hackman's
Mount Zion pastor embraces church's focus
The Friends of the Library are friends to us all
Bike trails coalition launches membership drive
arts and entertainment
NOTICE TO CREDITORS: Carl R. Oehlke Estate; Case No. 15PR15
CITY OF HUDSON: 3/12/15 Public Hearing - Plant Place Inc. Permit
TOWN OF TROY: New Ordinance 171-A
ST. CROIX COUNTY: Road Weight Restrictions
NAME CHANGE HEARING: 3/23/15, Case No. 15-CV-104; Charles Rund
James M. "Mike" Madden, 83
Marilyn V. Sampson, 87
Betty J. Larsen, 92
Melvin Johannsen, 86
Brandee S. Mitchell, 33
Doug's Diggings: This week marks 40 years in 'new' gym
Randy's Ramblings: Community is good
Our View: Now is the time for 'community engagement'
Our View: Walker's budget may look different in the end
Our View: Don’t forget to vote in Tuesday’s primary
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September 3, 2014
Ann and Paul Martinson celebrate 60 years of marriage
Ann Payfer couldn’t believe the audacity of the young seminarian who called the floor of Asbury Hospital to ask her out on a date. Paul...
life / family
September 3, 2014 - 12:17pm
August 8, 2014
Search didn't turn up any homeless, but it doesn't mean they aren't here
While last week’s effort to count the homeless in Hudson did not lead to any contacts, that doesn’t mean there aren’t those without shelter...
life / family
August 8, 2014 - 10:10am
July 23, 2014
Mayo Clinic chaplain begins a new calling at First Baptist
The Rev. Scott Jorgenson says most of the transitions in his life have come through “the two-by-four approach.” He was a sophomore in college when a friend persuaded him to attend a Sunday night church service that resulted in him committing his life to Christ. Later that...
life / religion
July 23, 2014 - 12:12pm
July 18, 2014
Family asks city to allow animal slaughtering for religious reasons
The Public Safety Committee of the Hudson City Council last week recommended against allowing a Muslim family to kill a lamb at their home as part of a religious ceremony. Mohammed Battah, a UW-River Falls student who lives with his parents in the Lighthouse subdivision off Stageline...
news / government
July 18, 2014 - 10:07am
July 17, 2014
Faith Community Church is expanding again
For the second time since its construction in 1993, the Faith Community Church building on Carmichael Road is undergoing a major expansion. The...
life / religion
July 17, 2014 - 12:00pm
June 18, 2014
Married or not? Status of same-sex couples in question
Four same-sex couples in St. Croix and Pierce counties took advantage of last week’s brief window to obtain licenses, hold ceremonies and receive marriage certificates, say local officials. But the implication of those marriages -- and the other 550 same-sex marriages registered...
news / crime and courts
June 18, 2014 - 1:34pm
June 11, 2014
HHS alumnus David Neuschwander is ordained
On June 1 at the Cathedral of Christ the King in Superior, Hudson resident David Neuschwander was ordained a Catholic priest. Neuschwander, 26, has been a resident of Hudson for over 15 years. He attended elementary school in North Hudson, progressed to middle school and graduated...
life / religion
June 11, 2014 - 1:08pm
June 6, 2014
Principal of St. Patrick School retires after 12 years
After 12 years of hard work and dedication to St. Patrick School in Hudson, Principal Mary Piasecki is closing this rewarding chapter of her life and retiring. Piasecki has always been interested in teaching and working with children. Even from a young age, Piasecki’s favorite...
news / education
June 6, 2014 - 9:39am
Seminary, globe-trotting await high school grad Riley Ferguson
He’s a preacher’s son, and the church has always been dear to him. But he was sure the military was his calling. Until, Riley Ferguson...
life / events
June 6, 2014 - 9:03am