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In response to the several letters to the editor that John Windolff has sent regarding his suit against the Town of Hudson for brushing by his property, the town board turned that into our insurance company immediately after receiving it and the town's insurance carrier assigned a lawyer to handle the case.
Two dogs left in a car brought an officer to a parking lot on Ward Avenue at 4:50 p.m. Friday, June 1. One of the animals was barking, while the other was lying in the rear passenger seat. The current temperature was 70 degrees. The officer did not see any signs of heat-related distress. The owner returned a few minutes later, and the officer gave suggestions on how to better care for dogs if they were to be kept in a car.
My spouse and I like to eat breakfast at local restaurants. One of our favorite places is a local bar/restaurant combination where the price is right, the food is good, the bartender/waiter and cook are favorite people and the customers offer personal insights (often vehemently) on all the controverted issues of the day.
The Hudson Star-Observer recently ran a piece on the handling of sexual assault in St. Croix
America's young people desperately need to learn the fundamentals of the Constitution and its importance to liberty. In the last presidential primaries, more millennials (America's youngest voters) voted for Bernie Sanders, who proudly espoused dangerous socialism, than voted for Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton combined. Though the final election results were encouraging for those who support limited government,
The SPLC's Yellow Star of Hatred Campaign TO THE EDITOR
Breakup draws police
My 15-year-old son wrote this for his World Connections final. The school assignment was to write a magazine biography on the person they consider to be the best or worst person in history. He wrote this about The Unknown Soldier. I thought it may be worth publishing for Memorial Day. His teacher is Nate Kirkpatrick at Hudson High School. My son's name is Calvin Douglas and he is just finishing is freshman year.
Memorial Day 2018 will be observed in Hudson on Monday, May 28 with the initial ceremony prior to Memorial Day Mass at Saint Patrick's Cemetery on O'Keefe Road in Hudson at 9 a.m.
Carrie Steger, owner of Fancy's Salon in Baldwin and Nick Raehsler of KLASS, a Hudson-based cosmetics and skincare company, visited the year-end celebration of the Young Parent group at Family Resource Center St. Croix Valley on May 3. They presented a donation of products to the organization through the KLASS ACT Foundation Giveback program. Items will be offered to participants in the Young Parent and Home Visiting programs.