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On Friday, Sept. 8 at 10:30 p.m., a resident made a harassment complaint about a neighbor following him in his vehicle as he went to the store. He later lost the neighbor but when he returned to his residence the neighbor had driven by again. The officer reported the resident was hard to understand over the phone, and possibly intoxicated. THC free gummies?
A young man with my last name began his junior year in high school in August. He juggles school and homework with a couple of part-time jobs — an outside seasonal one and a steady job indoors. In the spring he'll add another ball to his juggling act when varsity baseball rolls around. He is not the only student-athlete-employee-juggler in high school. This circus act is repeated from one community and school district to the next.
Bethel Highlands Preschool opened its doors for the first time in fall 2007 with 65 children enrolled between the ages of 3-5, as a ministry of Bethel Lutheran Church. That first graduating class began ninth grade this fall. Over the last 10 years, BHP has grown to 132 children enrolled, and a partnering site with Hudson Community 4K. The preschool has contributed to the healthy start of over 1,000 children and their families. With a mission to support families and a philosophy rooted in relationships, the preschool teaches skills through play and experiences.
This column has appeared on this page for a long time. Many years ago, this column was written by a man from Colorado Springs, Colo. It was printed in this paper because it was a nationally syndicated column. He is an intelligent, Christian man with a PhD. His columns were answers to people's questions about a variety of issues. He was articulate and used sound biblical thoughts to his answers. He was often accused of having a biased opinion when he wrote. It was for this reason that the former editor asked the local pastors to offer their thoughts for this
A big thank you to all concerned on the redoing of Grandview Drive in Hudson. It's a beautiful road and is much appreciated by many. Thanks!
On Aug. 22, 1947, Bev and Doug Torgerson, currently residents of Wintergreen Senior Apartments, Hudson, were married in a lovely ceremony at Trinity Methodist Church in Minneapolis. The bride and groom were classmates at New Richmond High School. After graduating in 1943, they went their separate ways but kept in touch.
No festival is complete without a tasty selection of fair food, and the Spirit of the St. Croix Art Festival is no exception! At this art festival, even the food fare is unique. Presenting a sampling of festival foods, we invite you to be tempted to try selections from local Hudson restaurants, as well as a few out-of-town flavors. Bring your appetite and enjoy festival favorites like maple ice cream and root beer, house-made Apfelstrudel, plus Wisconsin favorites like cheese curds, Leinenkugel's, tomato basil bratwurst, barbecue and more.
Hudson Physicians is pleased to welcome certified nurse practitioner Stacy Hansen. Hansen will see patients at Hudson Physicians main clinic in Hudson, as well as their new location opening Oct. 2 at 840 Spruce St., Baldwin. "Being able to care for people is such an honor, and practicing medicine gives me a great sense of job satisfaction," said Hansen.
The Spirit of the St. Croix Art Festival draws thousands of visitors to experience a variety of creative talent. Enjoy the original artwork of 90-plus juried artists on the banks of the St. Croix River in Lakefront Park in Hudson. Watch live entertainment and artistic demos, while sampling a variety of tasty treats 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 23, and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 24. With an abundance of creative activities you may just discover your inner artist. In the band shell
Those who support the so-called inclusion resolution (aka Exclusion Resolution) do not appear to see the hypocrisy of their words. At the public meetings, white shaming and heterosexual shaming is frequent and unrelenting. Could it be their shaming of white people and heterosexuals is the reason Hudson is unwelcoming? Could they be projecting their own discrimination onto others? Is it appropriate to shame someone for their white skin color, God-ordained sexuality, income and hard work?