In support of Joyce Hall I am writing this letter in support of Joyce Hall for District 6 Hudson Common Council. I have been married to Joyce for 33 years and from when I first met her I have been impressed by her intelligence, common sense and her commitment and caring for others. Over the years, she has continued to demonstrate these strengths as she has raised and mentored our daughters, served as a Girl Scout leader, and in how she runs her small business, teaches at WITC and volunteers as a tutor with the WestCAP adult literacy program.
Award-winning author Elizabeth Fenn headlines a series of events March 28-30 hosted by the University of Wisconsin-River Falls as part of the Walker D. and Helen Bryant Wyman Visiting Professorship in History. Fenn will present two free public lectures and a discussion as part of the event.
Let’s talk about mental health, obesity and alcohol abuse. Here? Now? These are three subjects we only talk about behind closed doors, correct? That’s in the process of changing. Getting these sensitive stigmas out of the dark corners of St. Croix and Pierce counties is long overdue and from what I can see will not simply be a passing fancy.
Give the man a chance Between the Liberal left, establishment politicians and the hardcore right, they all want President Trump to fail. I say give the man a chance. For the past hundred years America has been run by traditional politicians and the two conventional parties, or as Trump would say, the "swamp." And look where we are at. How much worse could he do?
I was reminded this week during a discussion with a SCORE client who is wanting to start up a small business this spring that while I have been writing about accounting I haven’t mentioned one important item. During the course of this session it became clear that we needed to talk about some of the tax basics as this person plans to transition from a job working for someone else and now being the CEO.
The next installment of the Hudson Area Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Bureau’s professional development series, Good Morning Hudson, will focus on strategies employers can use to effectively bring employees with special needs into their workforce. The program will be at Catalyst Sports Medicine, 1830 Hanley Road, from 8:30-10:30 a.m. Thursday, April 20.
Business in Hudson just keeps getting better. Join us at the Spring Showcase and enjoy live, local entertainment, kids’ activities, food and FUN while visiting a variety of area businesses in one convenient location. Meet with exhibitors who are available to offer their professional expertise, products and services, as well as prizes and samples. The Spring Showcase features live entertainment.
Trump won, quit whining Dear Editor, Our President won the election in this State, the 7th & 3rd Congressional Districts, the St. Croix River Valley Region (St. Croix, Pierce, Pepin, Polk, Dunn, Chisago, Pine), plus he GAINED 131 votes in a recount here — accept it. Make all the noise you want, but you live among MANY who disagree with you. Trump is doing what we elected him to do.
Hudson Common Council District 6 candidates Joyce Hall and William Sames were interviewed by River Channel ahead of the April 4 election.
It's time for state Republicans, who control the executive and legislative branches, to follow through on rhetoric touting local government control. Lawmakers can turn rhetoric into political reality. School boards have passed resolutions asking to be allowed to decide when to start the new school year. Such local decision-making was removed during the fourth term of Republican Gov. Tommy Thompson's tenure.