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River Falls library seeks area wedding dresses with a story

Jera Terreng and Rita Kozak suspect that many area residents may have, stored in a back closet somewhere, dresses or suits that exemplify an era or come with a unique back story. Please bring them out, they ask.

Hudson Star-Observer, 09/02/2011

St. Joseph Town Board takes dispute to court

In the latest development on a board torn by conflict, the St. Joseph town chairman filed a petition in St. Croix County civil court last week asking that the new clerk-treasurer, Mary Stanley, be removed from office.

Hudson Star-Observer, 08/31/2011

Shuffle, shuffle, shuffle: State redistricting realigns voters and lawmakers

Deciding which candidate to vote for in next year’s elections just got harder for St. Croix and Pierce County residents. First they must figure out if they’re living in the same congressional, Wisconsin Senate or Assembly district as last election.

Hudson Star-Observer, 08/19/2011

Appeals court upholds long sentence for man who shot at Hudson police

In a decision filed Tuesday, an appeals court refused to cut the prison sentence or nullify the plea agreement of a man convicted of three Wisconsin felonies

Hudson Star-Observer, 08/17/2011

Debt ceiling, protecting Social Security are topics as seniors meet with AARP reps

As part of an eight-city tour around Wisconsin to discuss the nation’s debt problems and the possible effects on Social Security and Medicare, AARP representatives met with retirees in River Falls last week.

Hudson Star-Observer, 08/04/2011

Wisconsin wires $60 million to Minnesota; Hopes high to reinstate income tax reciprocity soon

Wisconsin News
He didn’t come check in hand. The money had been wired Tuesday evening. But Gov. Scott Walker held a press conference Wednesday morning to announce that Wisconsin has paid off its $60 million tax reciprocity debt to Minnesota.

Hudson Star-Observer, 07/13/2011

Recall primary set for Tuesday, July 12

The two candidates whose names will be on the 10th Senate District recall primary ballot next week have very different opinions about the reason for the election. Shelly Moore says it’s about listening; Isaac Weix says it’s about union power.

Hudson Star-Observer, 07/06/2011

Costs add up as counties plan for recall elections

With a state Senate recall election, a recall primary and a Supreme Court recount, local election clerks are seeing their 2011 budgets fall apart.

Hudson Star-Observer, 06/30/2011

Recall candidate Weix keeps low profile

An Elmwood businessman who ran as a Republican in earlier elections has collected enough signatures to run as a Democrat and force a primary in the 10th Senate District recall race. Repeated attempts to reach Isaac Weix over the last two weeks, however, have been unsuccessful.

Hudson Star-Observer, 06/23/2011

Local lawmakers comment on newly adopted budget

Wisconsin News
Last Thursday after 13 hours of debate in the Assembly followed by nine hours of debate in the Senate, the Wisconsin Legislature adopted a $66 billion, two-year budget bill.

Hudson Star-Observer, 06/22/2011

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