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Property Executives Realty chases the leading edge
County Board trades land with village of Somerset
Dick’s Bar & Grill has new owners
Former Coast Guardsman to take over county’s top vet post
County dispatch director out of a job after being charged with joyriding
crime and courts
Raiders are in contention for Big Rivers wrestling crown
Raider boys skate to 4 straight wins; shut out Menomonie and Rice Lake
Girls post pair of one-goal wins
Kenzie Prater going for hockey gold with U.S. national team
Raider girls' hoops team on top in Big Rivers
Homeowners’ light displays add to Hudson’s holiday cheer
Hudson's Santa Claus enjoys his role
Participate in our holiday coloring contest
Yacht club donates $11,000 to local charities and emergency services
Hudson sisters completing Ordway run in 'A Christmas Story: the Musical'
arts and entertainment
ST. CROIX COUNTY: 2014 Wildlife Crop Damage Assessment Deadline
CITY OF HUDSON: 1/8/15 Public Hearing- Hospital Permit & Sign Plan
NOTICE TO CREDITORS: Howard G. Bune Estate; Case 14PR90
NOTICE TO CREDITORS: Mary E. Senkus Estate; Case No. 14PR88
SUMMONS: Croixview Family Chiropractic v. Shane Jacks; Case No. 14-SC-922
Betty M. DeLong, 79
Rosemary Shay, 66
Melvin L. "Mel" Mahnke, 92
Sally B. Schlosser, 92
Donald D. Johnson, 78
Day By Day: This Thanksgiving I’m grateful for those who have come and gone
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October 9, 2009
Some big Wisconsin's department stores are busier
Some of Wisconsin's largest department stores are getting busier, in another sign that the recession is easing up. Kohl's of Menomonee Falls reported a 5.5 percent sales increase from last September in stores open at least a year. That's much better than the decline of 0.6 percent...
October 9, 2009 - 9:02am
April 23, 2009
Our View: Raising sales tax is bad but expanding it is worse
The proposed state budget has a disturbing sales tax increase that will not only have a negative effect on Wisconsin people, but also most businesses. The issue of a raising and expanding sales taxes in Wisconsin has been whispered about since the Governor's "budget fix" speech in...
April 23, 2009 - 1:35am
March 4, 2009
New fishing licenses are on sale
Don't bother trying to use a 2008-09 hunting or fishing license after March 31 -- it won't be any good. Officials with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources say that annual licenses are valid from April 1 - March 31, and that licenses for the 2009-10 season are now on sale. "We're...
March 4, 2009 - 7:45am
February 3, 2009
Doyle says he'll try again for streamlined sales tax; includes I-Pod tax
Gov. Jim Doyle says he'll try again this year to have Wisconsin join a national group that decides what should and shouldn't be included under the sales tax. It's one of those moves Republicans have blocked for years, but they can't block it this year because Democrats now control...
February 3, 2009 - 9:00am
January 21, 2009
Beer licenses approved for five more hockey games
The City Council on Monday night authorized beer sales at five more Hudson Crusaders hockey games at Hudson Sports & Civic Center. The question of whether beer sales should be allowed at the Junior League games has been an issue throughout the team's 2008-09 season. A divided council...
January 21, 2009 - 12:00am
December 15, 2008
New car sales drop 37 percent across state in November
One analyst calls it brutal. Sales of new vehicles in Wisconsin were down almost 37 percent in November, compared to the same month a year ago. That's according to Reg Trak, a Waterloo company that keeps tabs on new vehicle registrations. Scott Quimby said new car sales were down...
December 15, 2008 - 12:00am
November 12, 2008
Home foreclosures continue to climb
St. Croix County hasn't been able to avoid the economic hard times plaguing the nation since the bubble burst on Wall Street in October, especially in terms of real estate foreclosures. Both filings in the clerk of court's office and sheriff's sales on foreclosed property were ahead...
November 12, 2008 - 12:00am
July 2, 2008
State Supreme Court ruling affects home sales
Home sellers who lie to prospective buyers will no longer pay big punitive damages when losing civil suits. The Wisconsin Supreme Court voted 4-3 Tuesday to prevent ripped-off home buyers from suing for fraud. They can still sue for false advertising and breach of contract. Steve...
July 2, 2008 - 9:00am