Meg Heaton has been a reporter with the Hudson Star Observer since 1990. She has a bachelor’s degree in anthropology and Native American Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.
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A small number of residents met last Tuesday night at the annual meeting of the Hudson School District and approved a property tax levy of $38,069,413 to fund the 2016-17...
The Hudson High School Wall of Fame honors accomplishments of distinguished alumni annually during the homecoming celebration. The honorees are chosen by a committee of alumni and HHS school personnel...
Students at Hudson Prairie Elementary School and Willow River Elementary School observed Patriots’ Day on Friday by honoring the everyday heroes in their lives. Representatives from the Hudson Police Department,...
Former Wi. Gov. Martin Schreiber tells his family story Former Wisconsin Gov. Martin Schreiber tells his family story. The Hudson Community Foundation in cooperation with the Aging and Disability Resource...
Dr. Chris Babbitt has been a practicing clinical psychologist in the Hudson area for more than 30 years. He is currently the director of behavioral services at Western Wisconsin Health in Baldwin and operates Northwest Counseling. He is a Hudson resident and serves on the St. Croix County Board, representing District 3 and is chairman of the county’s Health and Human Services Baord.
To say Mark and Lisa Fagerwick like what they do would be an understatement. For them it is a passion. The couple recently opened Suri Oaks at Grace Ranch, the newest addition to Dania Hall at 511 Second St. in downtown Hudson. The shop is part of their retail business in all things alpaca, fashions, accessories, toys and home goods. They also have an online business. And nothing they sell is made with less than 50 percent pure alpaca wool with many items made of pure alpaca.
Kitty Rhoades’ family was on hand Tuesday to present a donation of $12,400 to the Memory and Music programs she championed on behalf of those living with dementia and memory issues.
There aren’t many organizations around Hudson that can boast of 100 years of continuous existence, but that is just what can be said of the Hudson Women’s Club. Beginning in 1916, the club has been dedicated to promoting improvement in the home and the community. The club has raised funds and volunteered in support of health, education, the arts, historic preservation and those in need throughout the community.
Emily Smith could not have foreseen how her life would change just a few short years ago. At 26 years old, she went from being a daughter at the start of her professional career and a fiance preparing for her wedding to a caregiver for her father, someone who had always been there to take care of her and her family.
The annual meeting of the Hudson School District will be held at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 13, in the auditorium at Hudson High School, 1501 Vine St. The primary...