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Hero K9 has announced that an equipment grant was awarded to the Hudson Police Department for their K-9 Badger. A door pop and heat alarm system and K-9 medical kit will be provided to the agency at no cost, thanks to the generosity and support of Kelly and Greg Yocom.
Hudson Volleyball Association will hold tryouts for girls 11-14 years old on Saturday, Oct. 28, at the Hudson High School east gym. Check-in time 7:30 a.m. On-line pre-registration is a $25 non-refundable fee, day of tryouts registration is $40. Tryouts include a T-shirt. Bring appropriate shoes, shorts and water bottle.
President Trump drained the swamp, then filled it up with millionaires and billionaires. The President, Vice President, Trump family and White House cabinet members are continuing to live their rich lifestyles but now they're off the backs of the taxpayers. There has been no limit to the spending and to their extravagance. Where are their morals?
Cold weather is around the corner, and so are the Basics for Local Kids coat give away events for kids in need. While this is the first year the organization is hosting a distribution event in Hudson, they have served over 2,000 western Wisconsin kids to date by offering gently used and new coats, boots, snow pants, hats, mittens and gloves. Inventory to give away is made possible through community members, churches, businesses and organizations.
BRIDGE For Community Life's tastiest fundraiser, the sixth annual Hudson Burger Battle, is back again. Local restaurants Big Guy's BBQ Roadhouse, Club 304, Dick's Bar & Grill, Seasons Tavern, and Stone Tap will compete in this year's Burger Battle to determine the best burger in town. Every year the anticipation grows to try the restaurants' delicious and unique burgers all in support of BRIDGE For Community Life.
Last week Hudson Home and Garden Club recognized and honored photographers submitting winning photos for the 2018 Hudson Area Calendar at a reception held at the Phipps Center for the Arts. Club members had an opportunity to meet and thank the photographers. Sometimes the photo is sheer luck; more often it is the result of careful planning of the season, time of day, utilizing the best natural light, etc. The cover photos along with the monthly photos used in the calendar are copyrighted.
To Darla Meyers and her friends in their little Citizens for the St. Croix Valley club, these words convey exclusion:
Narrow escape for student crossing guard
Parent/teacher conferences for Hudson Middle School will be held 4-8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 12, and 4-7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 19. Families will be scheduling parent/advisory teacher conferences online through Family Access. Parents and guardians will meet with their student's advisory teacher to discuss academic progress in the core courses and address general questions or concerns (in eighth grade, some students will be scheduled with a core teacher from their house due to their advisor teaching electives).
A new pulmonary rehabilitation program at Hudson Hospital & Clinic is improving patients' strength, endurance and breathing. The eight-week program consists of exercise, education and support to help patients learn to breathe — and function — at the highest level possible. "This program helps patients function better," Kim Peters, Hudson Hospital & Clinic's rehabilitation services manager said. "We're seeing increased activity levels in patients, a decrease in their pulmonary symptoms, and in some instances, better management of anxiety and depression."