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The Zor Roadrunners, that entertaining group of Shriners that are so popular at area parades, practiced their intricate routines at the New Richmond American Legion on Wednesday, May 8. The first of 23 scheduled parades begins May 18 in Woodville for its Syttende Mai celebration. Shown lining up for a routine are left to right, Captain Jerry Wilkens, Bob Pierson, Dave Hoffman, Jerry DuBois, Doug Hoffman, Gene Bonnes, Ed Swenson and John Beebe.
Authorities reopened eastbound I-94 just east of the Roberts exit about 10 a.m., Monday, just 75 minutes after a semi unit hauling utility poles strayed off the shoulder in a construction zone and overturned, spilling its load into a ditch and snarling traffic. The truck driver was out and walking around when the first officer reached the scene. He was identified as Stephen P. Tussing, 60, of Waverly, Minn. First responders from St.
Hudson Sports and Civic Center Ice Arena will be the site of a gun show on from 3-8 p.m. Friday, May 17, and 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, May 18. There will be over 150 tables featuring modern and antique firearms, ammo, knives, military and hunting related items. $5 admission, ages 12 and under get in free. Hudson Sports & Civic Center is at 1820 Hanley Rd. Call Gary, 715-308-8772 or John, 612-743-7925, for more information.
The National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Upper Midwest Chapter, will hold "Walk MS" on Sunday, May 5, at Hudson Middle School, 1300 Carmichael Rd. Check in will be held from 10-11 a.m., walkers can begin at 11 a.m. Participants can choose a 1- or 3.5 mile route. People can take part in the event individually or as a team. More than 475 walkers are expected to come out and help raise nearly $65,000.
A benefit at 5 p.m. Saturday, May 4, at the local American Legion Hall, 701 N.
If spring-time should finally arrive, honey bee colonies start to build-up their numbers and if they run out of space in their hive, they swarm. The public should not be alarmed if they see or come across a swarm of honey bees. They are doing what honey bees do and are not remotely interested in humans.
An unprecedented wet, heavy May snowfall that continues to blanket western Wisconsin cut off power to thousands of homes and closed schools and some roads due to utility wires being downed by broken trees and branches. Municipal workers in Ellsworth said the village had 16 inches of snow as of 9 a.m. this morning and more was coming down. Snowfall seemed to be heaviest in that area with others reporting as much as 12 inches. The storm took out electric service through a wide swath of Pierce County. As of 9:45 a.m.
Those looking for an evening of family fun should plan on attending the fourth annual May Fair Event and Sale on Saturday, May 11, at the St. Croix County Fairgrounds in Glenwood City. Gates will open for inspection of auction items at 4 p.m. with the formal program starting at 5 p.m. The May Fair Event & Sale is sponsored by The Friends of the St. Croix County Fairgrounds in cooperation with the St.
Humorists can make hay of the least likely subjects. Like death. Remember W. C. Fields? He said he wanted the following inscription on his tombstone: "On the Whole I'd Rather Be in Philadelphia." And then there was "Pep" Simek of Medford, who recently passed on to the big pizza parlor in the sky. He and his brother ran a saloon across the road from the Medford cemetery.
The 86-voice Hudson High School Chamber Choir and The River City Chorale Youth Choir will present their spring concert, "We Sing with Joy!" at 7:30 p.m.