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City will explore extending utilities to UU school property

The Hudson City Council is open to the possibility of extending water and sewer service to a potential school site on County UU east of the city, the members said Monday night. But a variety of things could stand in the way of it, they also agreed.

Hudson Star-Observer, 04/25/2013

Heavy, wet snow breaks tree limbs, knocks out power

The heavy, wet snow that fell Monday night and into Tuesday morning is being blamed for a power outage that affected a large area north of Hudson during the night.

Hudson Star-Observer, 04/23/2013

Departing library board member calls for municipal referendums

Roy Sjoberg presented a draft resolution calling for the governing bodies of the three municipalities that partner with the city of Hudson in operating the library to pass levy increase referendums in the fall of 2013 or disband the joint library.

Hudson Star-Observer, 04/22/2013

School and city officials discuss County UU property

School district and city officials met last Friday afternoon, April 12, to discuss the feasibility of extending city water and sewer service to about 80 acres of property in the town of Hudson. Community Development Director Dennis Darnold outlined a number of obstacles to doing so.

Hudson Star-Observer, 04/18/2013

The end of an era: Dibbo’s is sold

The message splashed slantwise across the Dibbo's website reads: “Gone To Rock n’ Roll Heaven. Please see Dibbo’s Facebook page.” With little public notice, the last show at the classic rock and roll venue took place Saturday night, March 23.

Hudson Star-Observer, 04/17/2013

Council OKs spending $730,000 on capital projects and equipment

The spending includes $200,000 for engineering street mill and overlay projects, $230,000 for street crack-filling and seal-coating, $100,000 to replace the roof on the library and police building, and $200,000 to purchase a front-end loader.

Hudson Star-Observer, 04/15/2013

A new Hudson church geared to busy families is forming

Hillcity Church, led by Pastor Aaron Steffen, will meet Sunday evenings in the Teens for Christ building.

Hudson Star-Observer, 04/11/2013

Swedish immigrant was determined to serve his new country in WWI

Eric G. Nelson is remembered as a true patriot by his son, George “Gus” Nelson of Hudson. Initially prevented from enlisting in the Army because he wasn't born in the U.S., Eric Nelson received a Silver Star for valor and was badly wounded fighting on the Western Front.

Hudson Star-Observer, 04/11/2013

Fire department offers healthy breakfast, bicycle prize

The Hudson Department's 12th annual pancake breakfast is 7:30 to noon on Sunday at the station, located in the Public Safety Building on Walnut Street across of City Hall. The price for guests is a free-will donation.

Hudson Star-Observer, 04/11/2013

Man who dated Jessica Schaffhausen testifies he received threatening call

Twelve witnesses in all were called by the prosecution in testimony that began Wednesday morning, April 10, and ended at about 4:30 p.m. A former rental car agency manager, a hotel general manager and two restaurant workers provided details about Schaffhausen’s actions the morning before he drove from St. Paul to River Falls and killed his children.

Hudson Star-Observer, 04/11/2013

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