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According to the statistics, one would assume Hudson defeated River Falls last Friday. But despite being outplayed most of the night, River Falls topped the Raiders 17-7 and regained possession of the Little Brown Jug. Hudson outgained the Wildcats 364 yards to 151. Hudson had 16 first downs, River Falls, 9.
Mike's Standard, a service station icon in Hudson over 30 years, is sporting a new look after the Standard and Amoco signs were removed last week and replaced with BP signs. British Petroleum, and its product Beyond Petroleum, purchased the Amoco/Standard business a few years ago and have been replacing signs. Last Thursday was Mike's turn. "The signs changed, but everything else stays the same,' said owner Mike Sime.
Tom Beer, a 1955 graduate of Hudson High School, sent me some interesting information regarding the history of Hudson High School football. Along with some written information was an article from the Hudson Star-Observer in the fall of 1954, his senior season. In turns out that the 1954 season was a rare season in that the Hudson football team was undefeated. Hudson again had an undefeated season in 1965 - but none since. In fact, according to Beer's research, Hudson hasn't had many conference championships since the coaching days of Carver Fouks and Don Kadidlo.
A vandal or vandals damaged the Jesus statue in front of Hudson's Carmelite Monastery, 430 Laurel Ave., late Wednesday night or early Thursday morning, July 28 or 29. The most severe damage was the broken right arm of the metal statue. Vandals also pushed the statue over, breaking the cement base that holds the statue in place. "We're very disappointed," said Carmelite nun Sister Lucia. "We felt very hurt.
Officials at Hudson Hospital and Hudson Physicians are enthusiastically thrilled with the first year of operation at the new hospital/clinic complex at 405 Stageline Road. "It's been an amazing year," said Hudson Hospital President and CEO Marian Furlong. Agreeing with that analysis was Steve Muellerleile, CEO of Western Wisconsin Medical Associates, which is the parent organization of Hudson Physicians. "We're ecstatic and very pleased," Muellerleile said. Both agree that the year has gone by very quickly. "I think back to when 8,000 people went through our build
It's a good thing weddings are happy occasions because my wife and I have been invited to eight so far this summer. If you throw in a couple of graduation open houses, we have been invited to at least one happy occasion each weekend beginning Saturday, May 29, and continuing each weekend through July 31. In case you're counting, that's 10 weekends! There are many summers when we are not invited to a single wedding. There have been summers where we have been invited to one or two.
A bizarre theft attempt at Dave Holt Ford at noon Thursday (June 10) ended with a man and a woman both crashing vehicles and eventually getting arrested by Minnesota authorities. When the dust settled, a Ford Explorer from Dave Holt was totaled and a stolen motorcycle was damaged. Hudson Police Department Sgt. Marty Jensen said the tale began when a couple rode a motorcycle into the Hudson dealership. A woman riding on the motorcycle, later identified as Christine C. Claus, 32, said she wanted to test drive a 1999 Ford Explorer.
My wife and I flew to Las Vegas for a few days last week, but the highlight of the trip was a drive to the Grand Canyon. We did some hiking on a beautiful summer-like day. Unfortunately, we witnessed the death of a man who had collapsed along the trail. The day started with a long drive. We left Las Vegas early in the morning to make the four-and-a-half-hour drive to the south rim of the Grand Canyon. The first thing of interest was the crossing of Hoover Dam. The dam, of course, is a man-made monument that is over 726 feet high and took five years to build beginning in 1931.
Town of Hudson District 25 County Supervisor Clarence Malick was re-elected chair of the board Tuesday at the County Board's monthly meeting. Malick was one of two supervisors nominated from the floor for the post and won the election among supervisors, 18-12. Also nominated was Stan Krueger of Somerset. Art Jacobson was re-elected as vice chair. He was the only supervisor nominated for the post and earned a unanimous vote. The county also has four elected committees. All incumbents were re-elected to the Finance Committee.
St. Croix County and the Hudson area will continue to see tremendous population growth, according to figures released by the Wisconsin Department of Administration and St. Croix Economic Development Corp. Director Bill Rubin. In fact, St. Croix County is expected to experience the fastest rate of growth in the state of Wisconsin, at 67.9 percent, during the period extending through 2030. In numbers, the county is expected to increase from the 2000 population of 63,155 to 100,806 by the year 2030. The U.S. Census Bureau has tabbed St.