This morning I read article "Abortions decreased 2% last year" in the Pioneer Press. Part of the article described the three aborted babies as being born alive. One of the babies was given comfort through a "comfort plan." My question is "How do you comfort the baby born alive after an abortion who you intended to be dead in the first place?" The other two babies were unable to survive outside the womb but not told how they were left to die. Please Planned Parenthood and others who do abortions, explain to me what exactly do you do with the little ones who are born alive and all those born dead as planned.
RiverFest: A Party with a Purpose, will be held July 16 - 21 to celebrate the St. Croix River and to encourage people to get out and enjoy the river while recognizing the need to preserve and protect it. This six-day community event is made possible through the collaboration of many partner organizations and individuals who unite to provide a wide assortment of activities to appeal to people of all ages and different levels of interest.
According to new analysis of data obtained by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, Wisconsin has the FIFTH most sex offenders per capita as compared to the other 45 states. Put another way, Wisconsin is among the leaders of states with the most sex offenders in the nation.
'The Snow White Variety Show' and 'The Snow Queen' Two children's theater productions performed by students enrolled in summer theater camps will be offered.
The Hudson Hospital Foundation's 38th annual Al Hein Memorial Golf Tournament raised $50,000 for community health programs. The June 10 event was held at White Eagle Golf Club.
Hudson's seventh annual St. Croix RiverFest celebration is set for July 16-21. RiverFest "A Party with a Purpose" is designed to inspire people of all ages to get out and celebrate the St. Croix River while recognizing the need to preserve and protect the river's health and beauty.
I have to commend the writer of the "pro" Trump letter in last week's paper that ended with "Americans thank God for Trump." It was probably the greatest piece of tongue-in-cheek writingI have ever read. Describing Trump as intelligent, presidential, and garnering the respect of world leaders had me rolling on the floor. It was priceless. Paul Wright Hudson Sincere gratitude to Peg Shoemaker TO THE EDITOR
Booster Days is fast approaching, with great food, cold beer, fireworks, a wide variety of live music, a carnival, bingo, and loads of family fun. The carnival opens at 4 p.m. Thursday July 3 continuing thru Sunday, July 7. The beer garden and food stands, featuring Big Guys BBQ, Pita Pit, and Basil Wynthorp's, serve all four days. On Thursday, premier cover band "The Chubs" open for "Yam Haus," who will headline their hometown bandshell again this year. This fast-rising quartet effortlessly engages the crowd with their dance-worthy pop grooves.
Hudson Booster Days will kick off with the 2019 Hudson Ambassador Coronation at 7 p.m. Wednesday, July 3 at Hudson High School (1501 Vine St. Hudson). Thirteen young ladies will compete for a spot on the royal court. Tickets can be purchased through a candidate or at the door for $8. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., coronation starts at 7 p.m.
Laugh with 'Weekend Comedy' "Weekend Comedy," by Sam Bobrick and Jeanne Bobrick, takes a comedic look at the nature of love through the eyes of two couples from different generations. It will be performed July 12-28 on Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. as well as Sundays at 2:30 p.m.