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Bethel Lutheran Church’s Bethel U is back with a two session series titled, “An Appreciative Understanding of the World’s Religions.” The Bethel Education Committee is sponsoring this event and it is scheduled at the Bethel Highlands Campus, 504 Frontage Road. The two sessions are open to the public at 7 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, Oct. 21 and 22. The two sessions will explore how Christians can appreciatively approach the religions of the world.
“Born on the Bayou,” a Tribute to Creedence Clearwater Revival, will be performed by Justin Ploof and the Throwbacks on Saturday, Oct. 24, at 7:30 p.m. at The Phipps Center for the Arts. In a career spanning a short three years, Creedence Clearwater Revival (CCR) would chart an impressive 39 Top 40 hits with 25 of them reaching the Top 10.
Hudson Hospital Birth Center is the only hospital in western Wisconsin to offer a human donor milk program -- an option for babies, who meet certain criteria, to supplement with human breast milk instead of formula. For various reasons, a mother may not always be able to produce breast milk for her baby, or her breast milk has not come in yet. Donor milk is used as a bridge to help nourish babies until a birth mother’s milk comes in.
As a general rule I do not care to listen to a radio while I am fishing. I do not have a radio in my boat and although I could have gotten one when I got my new boat this spring, I made the conscientious decision not to. When I am fishing it is my time to escape the noise of modern life. I would rather listen to the birds calling from shore or the crickets and bull frogs. For music I prefer to listen to the wind in the trees and the slap of the waves on the side of the boat.
Hudson Community Education is looking for ideas and instructors to expand our class offerings for the spring/summer 2016 session. This session runs from March 1-Aug. 31, 2016. Class proposals are...
The Pepper Fest Board distributed $20,504 to 19 local community organizations at it 2015 North Hudson Pepper Fest appreciation dinner on Oct. 1. The donations were proceeds from the 2015 Pepper Fest held Aug.
The fifth annual Hilltop Pumpkin Party is Saturday, Oct. 24, at YMCA Camp St. Croix, 532 County F, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The free family-fun outdoor event features kids and pet costume contests with prizes. Participants will enjoy music, food, ghost stories, petting zoo, horse-drawn wagon rides, pumpkin patch, games, bounce house, magic show and more. There will also be several local businesses on site with booths giving out free samples and offers. For a full list of the "all day activities" watch for flyer/insert in the Oct.
The Hudson High School FFA chapter completed their first year as an organized chapter under the supervision of advisor and Agriculture Science Teacher Cindy Landers. Students attended many regional leadership workshops and National FFA Convention in Louisville KY. The chapter organized school wide activities to promote National FFA week including a pig kissing and milk chugging contest. Students sold fruit and meat sticks, raised money for Cocoa’s Heart pet rescue, competed in Career Development Event (CDE) competitions and finished with a banquet to celebrate their year of succ
Hudson Women’s Club presented a check to the city of Hudson for $1000.00 in support of the beautiful hanging baskets which adorn the Hudson downtown area throughout the summer. In the photo, from left, June Moerke, president Hudson Women’s Club, Yvonne Larsen, treasurer, Hudson Police Chief Marty Jensen and Bobbi Pominville Garden tour chairman admire one of the hanging baskets purchased with funds from the Hudson Women’s Club. Shown presenting the check are, front from left, June Moerke, Tom Zeuli, Director of Public Works, and Yvonne Larsen, back, Deb Andrews, Administrative Assi
Despite the evolution of iPads, smartphones and apps to disseminate the news in one form or another, community newspapers still hold an integral position in gathering and reporting the news. The community newspaper in its present and electronic formats provides local news and sports as well as comics and legal news…and the list goes on. Last week was the 75th anniversary of National Newspaper Week -- an observance that focuses on the importance of the local daily or weekly newspaper. According to industry standards, more than 1,300 daily newspapers still bring millions of r