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The Hudson Area Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Bureau is inviting residents to drop off new or gently used youth coats, boots, snow pants, hats, water resistant gloves and other warm outerwear items. Items can be dropped off 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, Nov. 16-Dec. 7 at the Hudson Area Chamber of Commerce, 502 Second St., Hudson.
I read the new column, "A View From An Economist" and was a little disappointed that Dr. Brux decided to leave out some actual facts about the current Republican tax proposal and instead decided to make some partisan points.
A motorcycle was reported stolen sometime between Wednesday, Oct. 25 and Friday, Oct. 27. A man said he parked the motorcycle on First Street south of Walnut Street in public parking. He then went to some bars, and later got a ride home from his girlfriend. A friend was supposed to pick up the bike that night but was not able to. The man said the friend would not have stolen it. The man's girlfriend, the registered owner of the motorcycle, said she checked the downtown and called towing companies but could not locate the bike. The Harley Davidson motorcycle is valued at $47,000.
Hudson Hospital & Clinic is looking for more volunteers to work with patients who are at risk for developing delirium during their hospital stay. Delirium, which can develop in a matter of hours, is a sudden change in mental status or sudden onset of confusion. Delirium is more common among older people who are admitted to hospital. Through the Hospital Elder Life Program, or HELP, volunteers sit and talk with patients, play games and do puzzles, offer magazines and adult coloring books, and help patients order lunch among other activities.
SAN DIEGO — "We Build, We Fight" has been the motto of the U.S. Navy's Construction Force, known as the "Seabees," for the past 75 years. Petty Officer 3rd Class Daniel Nelson, a 2014 Hudson High School graduate and Hudson native, works as a construction mechanic in the Navy assigned to Amphibious Construction Battalion One (ACB 1). ACB 1 provides ship-to-shore transportation of combat cargo, bulk fuel and water, and tactical camp operations supporting Navy and Marine Corps amphibious force operations.
HealthPartners Clinic in Hudson will hold an open house for the public to meet new providers 5:30 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 15, in the first floor lobby area. The open house is an opportunity for the community to meet and learn about the new specialty clinic providers including: Dr. Ana Kadkhodayan, Cardiology; Dr. Japs Lee, Internal Medicine; Kelly Rabe, PA-C, Cardiology; Cassidy Sanders, MPAS, PA-C, Pulmonary & Sleep Medicine; and Mitch Woldt, NP, Internal Medicine. There will be giveaways and light appetizers. No registration necessary.
Hudson entrepreneur and owner of TalentQ, Inc., Renee Frey, gathered up her expertise to offer job searching advice to those that shout "I Hate Mondays!" Due to a high demand for her coaching and job market expertise, Frey realized it was time to reach out to a wider audience in need of the step-by-step process for landing a perfect job.
STILLWATER, Minn. — Eckberg Lammers, P.C. is happy to announce attorney Jordan Feis as the newest addition to the firm as it expands its family law and personal injury groups. Prior to her new role, Feis served as a law clerk in Ekberg Lammers' Stillwater offices. She graduated cum laude from the Mitchell Hamline School of Law. In her new role, Feis' main focus will be on providing legal representation and advocacy for clients facing challenging family situations.
Winners from four grade groups in the coloring contest held at the annual Pancake Breakfast in October were recently selected and given their prizes. There was a winner from each group. If the winner lived in Hudson, a fire truck and firefighters drove to their house and presented the prize. One winning family, not from Hudson, was asked to come to the station to receive their prize.
For 32 years, the Christmas Tour of Homes continues to deliver the glitz and glitter! Kick off the holidays with "over-the-top" decorating inspired by the Christmas Tour of Homes and Craft Sale. Presented by the Hudson Area Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau, this holiday decorating tour features the insides of four homes designed to "wow!" Also included is a guided tour of the first floor of the historical Octagon House. Tickets are currently available online at DiscoverHudsonWI.com or you can call 715-386-8411 to order your tickets. You may also stop by the chamber.