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'Screenagers' documentary provides resources for parents
Mayor candidates talk EMS, inclusion in debate
Ellsworth middle schooler taken into custody
Wisconsin roundup: Charge follows alleged threat to 'execute' Walker; more state news stories
Child found dead in River Falls school; unrelated threat follows
crime and courts
Ten wrestlers qualify for youth state
Herink named to NABC All-District team
Nelson All-American at UW-L
Raiders rule All-BRC teams
Outdoor Happenings: Fishers
Hudson native continues 75 years of Navy Seabee tradition
Coloring contest winners get prizes from Hudson Fire Department
Christmas Tour of Homes is puttin' on the glitz
PHOTOS: Hudson Rotary hosts annual Halloween parade
Pastoral viewpoint: The grace to let others help us
arts and entertainment
CITY OF HUDSON: Ordinance No. 8-18 Amend code re: Goats
CITY OF HUDSON: Ordinance No. 3-18 Amend code - Buidling Permits
CITY OF HUDSON: Ordinance No. 6-18 (Appt. Alternate EMS Members)
CITY OF HUDSON: Ordinance No. 5-18 (Rezone 721 & 811 First St. Properties)
CITY OF HUDSON: Ordinance No. 4-18 (Amend Comp.Plan - 721 & 811 First St.)
Harel Chiropractic Welcomes New Acupuncturist
CPA Firm Bauman Associates Promotes Bernie Hull as COO and Director of HR
Hudson Chamber hosts Spring Showcase
Feds say no to permit for Michigan mine
Hudson Hospital adds drop boxes for unused meds
Place a Business Announcement
Henry J. "Bud" Lentz
Gordon W. Gilbert
DeEtte "Dee" M. Johnson
Paul Allen Sommers
Supporting Denny McNamara
We need Denny McNamara
A Personal Note From Denny
Viewpoint: Giving a voice to people who live with disabilities
Viewpoint: We don't need a First Amendment change
Letters to the editor: The Constitution is still alive and well; A new hearing for riverfront?
Viewpoint: An open, honest debate on guns is needed
North Hudson Neighbors are watching out for each other
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August 28, 2013
Giant apple pie to join 150-foot brat; State gets small reprieve from heat wave; 11 more state news briefs
PRESCOTT -- Herdie Baisden, owner of Maiden Rock Apples, Winery and Cidery in Stockholm said he was intrigued by the concept of a 12-foot pie when an oversized pie tin, split into eight man-sized wedges, came up for sale. A year later, the 12-foot apple pie is about to become a r...
August 28, 2013 - 9:19am
August 26, 2013
Rain drenches northern Wisconsin; Meth cases surge again in this area; more state news briefs
Far northwest Wisconsin is getting pounded with torrential rains. The National Weather Service said 2-4 inches fell in parts of Washburn, Sawyer and Price counties by 4:45 a.m. and up 2.5 more inches of rain were possible by mid-morning.
August 26, 2013 - 9:00am
August 23, 2013
Braun apologizes for doping; High Social Security benefits flow into northern Wisconsin; More Wisconsin news briefs
Ryan Braun has finally admitted taking banned substances during his MVP season of 2011 when he led the Milwaukee Brewers on a deep playoff run in which they almost made the World Series. Braun was one of 14 players suspended last month for allegedly buying performance-enhancing...
August 23, 2013 - 9:51am
August 22, 2013
DOT shuns 70 mph concept for most state 4-lanes; Witnesses filmed girls’ fight rather than calling 911; 10 more state news stories
MADISON -- Before the politicians spoke up, the state Department of Transportation studied the idea of raising the speed limit to 70 mph on Wisconsin four-lanes. The agency said all four rural interstates – 94, 90, 43 and 39 – have lower crash rates than other four-lanes. So...
August 22, 2013 - 9:17am
August 14, 2013
Baldwin urges federal help to motivate researchers; big chill leaves us looking for summer; wolf-hunt lottery tomorrow and more
Baldwin urges federal help to incent researchers; MADISON -- U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin says America is in danger of losing its next generation of scientists, unless the federal government does something. The Wisconsin Democrat met Tuesday with students and officials at medical...
August 14, 2013 - 8:25am
August 8, 2013
St. Croix County included in disaster declaration
Governor Scott Walker announced Thursday, Aug. 8, a Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) major disaster declaration for eight counties impacted by flooding in June. The counties named in the declaration are St.
August 8, 2013 - 4:45pm
Vet for Peace arrested at Capitol; Lights still out in 30,000 homes; Three tornados hit state; seven more state stories
A member of the Veterans for Peace was arrested Wednesday after members of his group went to the State Capitol to support the Solidarity Singers. Capitol Police issued 15 more citations yesterday, resulting from a refusal by the anti-Walker singers to get a permit for their almost...
August 8, 2013 - 10:34am
August 7, 2013
Thunderstorms down power lines; Fugitive cop captured; DNR chastised for euthanizing fawn; eight more state news stories
Heavy thunderstorms overnight left almost 65,000 electric customers without power in the northern half of Wisconsin. Appleton police said 90% of the city was in the dark at one point. Winds hit 86 mph in Appleton. Parts of Barron County had golf-ball-sized hail. The National...
August 7, 2013 - 9:30am
July 23, 2013
Family believes Isaiah climbed into trunk on his own; Funnel cloud spotted near Augusta; New ticks found in St. Croix County; More state news
The family of Isaiah Thies – the two-year-old Polk County boy found dead in a car trunk – believes the toddler got into the vehicle on his own. Their pastor, Rick Van Gundy, said he also believes the family’s theory that Isaiah took the car keys from his dad’s auto repair...
July 23, 2013 - 9:07am
July 16, 2013
Dead birds signal arrival of West Nile virus; ash borer found in 17th Wisconsin county; more state news
MADISON -- Five dead birds in Wisconsin have tested positive for the West Nile virus. Wisconsin has not had any human cases of the mosquito-borne illness this summer – but officials say bird-and-horse deaths provide a warning for people to take precautions. The Wood County Health...
July 16, 2013 - 9:06am
July 10, 2013
Storm cleanup progressing, Public Works director tells City Council
Hudson city workers have been busy cleaning up after the two wind and rain storms on June 21 that toppled many trees in the area, Public Works and Parks Director Tom Zeuli reported to the City Council on July 1. Zeuli indicated that removing damaged limbs from trees on street boulevards...
July 10, 2013 - 12:35pm
Tuesday's weather yields at least one tornado; skydive mishap claims instructor's life; more state news
North central Wisconsin had one tornado, and maybe more Tuesday afternoon. The National Weather Service said a twister kept going on-and-off the ground near Deerbrook in Langlade County around 4 p.m. Authorities said it landed in fields and woods, with no damage except for tree...
July 10, 2013 - 6:14am
July 9, 2013
Armed guards at taconite site rile local lawmakers; Judge puts state's latest abortion restriction on hold; Farm Tech opens near Barron, more state briefs
ASHLAND -- Two Wisconsin lawmakers have asked the president of Gogebic Taconite to remove armed security guards from the company’s proposed...
July 9, 2013 - 9:16am
July 8, 2013
Future of non-profit Wisc-Net in question; weekend fire closes Milwaukee courthouse; sandhill cranes in farmers' crosshairs, more state news
MADISON -- The future of a non-profit Internet provider for Wisconsin schools was to be discussed at a legislative hearing Monday afternoon. For years, Wisc-Net has provided low-cost Web service to the UW System, public schools, and public libraries. Republicans said the arrangement...
July 8, 2013 - 9:43am
July 2, 2013
City collection site is busy; North Hudson will provide curbside pickup
The site the city of Hudson set up to collect tree debris from the June 21 windstorms is proving to be popular, judging from the expanding piles...
July 2, 2013 - 10:44am