Doug Stohlberg has been part of the Hudson Star-Observer since 1973 and has been editor since 1987. He worked at the New Richmond News from 1971 to 1973. He holds a bachelors degree in journalism from the University of Minnesota.
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Three educators were presented Star Excellence Awards from the Education Foundation of Hudson during the 2016 Senior Scholarship and Awards ceremony at Hudson High School Thursday, May 12. The winners...
The Hudson Police Department, EJ’s Pizzeria and others, along with the Hudson Middle School organized a shoe drive to help purchase a service dog for 10-year-old Kaiden Juaire. Three years ago he was diagnosed with autism, anxiety, low adaptive functions and limited coping skills according to his mother, Hudson police officer and St. Croix County Sheriff’s Office jailer Dana Juaire.
A Hudson High School senior, Elliott Dawson, died as the result of a bicycle accident at about 3 p.m. Friday afternoon on Vine Street. According to authorities the teen was riding his bike and struck a parked vehicle near 800 Vine St.
I might be getting up there in years, but I'm still a bit naive on some subjects. One of those is counterfeiting. Growing up, when anybody talked about counterfeiting, I assumed they were talking about the guy printing $20 bills in the basement of his home. I seldom get sucked into those “Top 10” lists on virtually every internet site, but the other day I clicked into one (actually top 9) titled: America's most counterfeited products.
The North Hudson Village Board meeting on Tuesday, March 29, was short and efficient with only a few action items on the agenda. The meeting, moved up one week because of the April 5 election, lasted a mere 12 minutes. Trustee Daryl Standafer, who did not seek re-election, was recognized by the board as he attended his final meeting. “Thank you very much for your service,” said Village President Stan Wekkin. “We applaud you for your service to our community.”
The home of Penny and Fred Riermann at 1466 78th St., in the town of St. Joseph, was destroyed by fire late Wednesday afternoon, April 6, According to Penny Riermann,...
Hudson school district voters approved all three referendum questions meaning that a $93 million improvement and renovation project will begin in the near future. Question 1 approved renovations to the high school; questions 2 approved renovations to the middle school and questions 3 approved improvements to the auditorium and athletic fields.
Update – later returns (9:15 p.m.) show Hudson school referendum questions are still leading, as is Rich O'Connor in the race for Hudson's mayor. Incumbent Bruce Hanson and Jamie Johnson...
In early returns (8:30 p.m.), Hudson school referendum questions are leading, as is Rich O'Connor in the race for Hudson's mayor. With 4 of 10 precincts reporting, the referendum votes...