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St. Croix Animal Friends hosts its Howl-loween Bash dinner dance at the Hudson House Grand Hotel on Saturday, Oct. 17. Comedian Marj Rowan provides entertainment, along with music by DJ TempoZ. A professional face painter will be there to complete your disguise and a photographer will capture the spirit of the moment. The evening also includes a silent auction, raffle, costume contests and more. Pre-sale tickets $35 online at www.SCAFshelter.org or from board members and $40 at the door. Ham, turkey, pasta primavera, potatoes, salad, rolls and dessert will be served for dinner.
The St. Croix County Historical Society will hold its Annual Dinner Meeting on Thursday, Oct. 22 at the Mama Maria’s Italian Restaurant in North Hudson.
The Hudson Police Department sponsors a Police Explorer program and is hosting an informational meeting for youth interested in Law Enforcement as a career. The program is Oct.15 at the Hudson Police Department, 101 Vine St. The meeting starts at 7 p.m. The Police Explorer program is a youth career exploration program for youth 14 to 21 years old interested in law enforcement as a career. Candidates should bring at least one parent or guardian to the meeting. Hudson Police Department Sgt.
The city of Hudson, in cooperation with the Wisconsin Department of Justice, will coordinate a Prescription Drug Take Back initiative on Saturday, Oct. 17, at Family Fresh, 2351 Coulee Road from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. This effort is part of the Wisconsin Department of Justice’s Dose of Reality campaign to prevent prescription painkiller abuse. The goal of the Take Back Day is to provide a safe, convenient and responsible means of disposal, while also educating the community about the potential for abuse of these medications.
A 13-year-old boy was struck by an SUV while crossing Second Street at Vine Street in Hudson late Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 13. Parker N. Peterschmidt of Hudson apparently suffered relatively minor injuries, despite being thrown into the air and rolling on the pavement when he came down, according to a witness. Another witness said Peterschmidt was able to stand up and walk to the curb. A St.
Three Hudson High School seniors were recently named Students of the Month by Hudson's two Rotary Clubs, the Daybreak Club and the Thursday Noon Club. Jacob Gillingham Jacob Gillingham was...
One of the bedrock principles upon which our nation was founded is that no one is above the law, and that it applies equally to all. One of the key methods we use to ensure justice for all is an open access to the workings for government, including law enforcement.
Judy Rogers is all smiles as she forms lefse dough into balls in preparation for Bethel Lutheran Church's annual Scandinavian Food Fest. The fest features a variety of traditional Scandinavian foods such as lefse, fattigmann, rosettes, krumkake, sandbakkels, aebleskivers, Swedish brown beans, fruit soup, rice pudding and meatballs. Open faced-sandwiches also will be available, including rullepolse on limpa bread.
Boy Scout Troop 140 awarded the highest rank Eagle Scout to Charles Wanner of Hudson on Wednesday, Sept. 16. Troop 140 is Hudson’s oldest Boy Scout troop, chartered in 1929. Since then, more than 120 scouts have been guided and mentored by trained leaders from Troop 140 to earn this award. This is the top achievement a Boy Scout can earn. To earn Eagle Scout rank, a scout must first make 5 ranks in order.
Hundreds of Hudson area community members worked to feed thousands of starving children in the developing world last weekend. Through a partnership between Hudson Area Goliath Mobile Pack and Feed My Starving Children (FMSC), volunteers prepared 217,728 life-saving meals at the FMSC MobilePack event held Oct.