The season of pumpkin pie and apple cider is fast approaching. Orchards in the area are ready for the festivities to begin. Here are local Wisconsin and Minnesota farms and orchards so pick the perfect fall and family for you.
Following the 202 Census, the word redistricting has been heard frequently. Locally, the Pierce County Redistricting Subcommittee met this week.
Hudson saw a string of thefts from vehicles last month. To guard against these thefts, Police Chief Geoff Willems reminded residents to “light it up and lock it up.” Car owners should remember:
The first Thursday in August marks National IPA day. If you’re looking for a glass, here’s a few local breweries where you can find one.
Construction on Highway 35, which runs through downtown Hudson, will continue throughout the summer. The current deadline is set for sometime in November.
Birkmose Park gives a birds eye view of the St. Croix River, but the ground it stands on is just as interesting.
What: Epic deals and treasures, from household to recreational items.
Where: Throughout Hudson; look for a map in the May 20 Star-Observer.
For many, Mother’s Day marks the unofficial start of gardening season. It’s a common rule that planting should occur after the holiday.
As schools worked to address the COVID-19 pandemic, online learning has become more widely available. Online learning is provided in two general formats — asynchronous or synchronous.
As Hudson marks Earth Day this Thursday, April 22 - with clean ups, talks and a groundbreaking of the Carpenter St. Croix Valley Nature Center - some residents have been wondering what the history is behind it. This international event actually has Wisconsin roots.
Wisconsin has opened up the COVID-19 vaccines to all those age 16 and older. Many organizations throughout the state have been authorized as vaccine providers, including county public health departments, healthcare providers and pharmacies. Here’s where you can find the shot locally:
The two neighboring states used to have a tax reciprocity agreement in place, serving residents who crossed the border for work. With more Wisconsin residents working in Minnesota than vice versa, Wisconsin made reciprocity payments to Minnesota as part of the agreement. Following the recession in 2008, Wisconsin fell behind on its reciprocity payments to Minnesota, Department of Revenue Secretary Peter Barca said.