Hudson School District’s Director of Student Services, Cory McIntyre, submitted his letter of resignation on May 16 after getting a better offer from a Twin Cities school district.
Judy Meincke began her teaching career in Hudson in 1976. That very first year after graduating from the University of Minnesota-Duluth, she took a job as a kindergarten teacher at the then Fourth Street School, now the site of Willow River Elementary.RELATED CONTENT
It is a story this Hudson family never thought they would be telling -- the addiction of their son to heroin. But what they have learned over the past nine months has convinced them that their experience is just another case of what is becoming an epidemic for middle class America.RELATED CONTENT
Body found along the river in Lakeland has been identified as Donald D. Marklowitz, last seen in Hudson April 1.
An unidentified body was recovered Tuesday from the shoreline of the St. Croix River in Lakeland.
She has been a part of middle school education since Hudson’s first middle school opened, and has taught sixth grade the entire time. She was hired just out of college by the newly appointed middle school principal Bill Hickox to replace him in the classroom.RELATED CONTENT
Listings for homes to rent in Hudson on Craig's list might not be legitimate according to Hudson police.
River Crest Principal Travis Barringer has announced his resignation effective June 30, 2013. He is the second Hudson School District principal to resign in recent weeks.RELATED CONTENT
It is difficult to imagine what life has been like for Melissa Costello these past eight months since she found her beautiful 18-year-old daughter dead from suicide in their Grandview Drive home. But she thinks talking about it might just save another family from the unimaginable.RELATED CONTENT
Despite opposition from some residents, the North Hudson Village Board voted to appoint Curt Weese to the Hudson Library Board of Trustees.
When I look back I don’t think I have had a particularly surprising life. On the contrary, I generally I feel like my aversion to risk-taking and fear of failure have resulted in a pretty pedestrian existence. I got a big surprise on Valentine’s Day that didn’t cost my husband Kevin a thing.
”To bring about the beginning of...” That’s the definition of inaugurate according to the dictionary and I’m ready to inaugurate a few things myself.
Thursday night, Sept. 6, the Hudson School District makes the case the voters have already decided — that the dog track would be a good place for a new high school.
Of all the so-called milestone birthdays I’ve already experienced, none has hit me as hard as 60 — it is the new nothing if not the biggest drag I have yet to learn to live with.
Oh my — where to begin. My colleague’s column last week has put me in mind of several things including the “Really ?” sketch from Saturday Night Live, some grim Wisconsin history and several old children’s stories.RELATED CONTENT
I don’t usually do reviews in this space but I’m making an exception for the film “Miss Representation,” which will be screened at the Hudson High School auditorium on Thursday, May 31, at 6:30 p.m. The showing is free, and it should not be missed.
I’m thinking about my friend Sandy who is turning 60 this week. She’s about three weeks older than me and I’m wondering how she is taking this birthday.
It’s been awhile since the Heatons took a family vacation and it should tell you something that nobody has complained about that fact. The duty of planning our trips has always fallen to me over the years and I have tried everything to ensure a good time and the most bang for our buck.RELATED CONTENT
The Christmas column falls to me this year and it is pressure I just don’t need. On the other hand, it might be just the thing to shake me loose from the tension of all those little things left to do and the knowledge that a lot of them won’t happen and to appreciate, instead, the bigger picture.RELATED CONTENT
Considering I have earlier referred to this year as my “annus horribilis,” it is kind of interesting that the Thanksgiving issue column would fall to me. Turns out after taking stock, it hasn’t been such a bad year after all.RELATED CONTENT