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When people think of Lynn C. Skinner and children's books she writes, they most likely think of "Eugene," a mouse that always seems to find himself in complicated situations. Featured in a series of five books, Eugene teaches children about problem solving, creative thinking and character building by always figuring out the best solution to his problems after his first choices do not work.
Pepper Fest began in 1954 as a way to raise funds to build North Hudson Elementary School and has turned into an annual event to assist community organizations throughout the St. Croix Valley. Proceeds from the volunteer-run, nonprofit festival are donated to local youth, school, community and service organizations. This year's Pepper Fest is Aug. 18-20. Events include:
"Play On!," a comedy by Rick Abbot, will run through July 30 on Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m., as well as Sundays at 2:30 p.m. Audience members will see what can happen behind the scenes as a community theater group prepares to open an original mystery play while the author continues to revise the script right up to opening night. Confusion reigns as the actors and technical crew try to adjust to the changes. Anything that can go wrong does.
HUDSON, Wis. -- A 45-year-old man who chairs an annual community festival faces charges of sexually assaulting a 5-year-old boy. Felony charges of sexual assault of a child under 13...
Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum visited the Hudson Golf Club Friday and emphasized the need for a conservative candidate to challenge President Barack Obama in the November election. Santorum also painted his Republican challenger Mitt Romney as a "moderate." "Every time a moderate Republican has run against an incumbent Democrat president, the Republican has lost," Santorum said. He compared himself to a conservative Ronald Reagan, who defeated incumbent Democrat Jimmy Carter in 1980. "Don't compromise your principles to satisfy the pundits," Santorum said.
Hudson police and emergency personnel resolved a situation Tuesday where a man was threatening to jump from the 11th Street bridge onto the westbound lanes of Interstate 94. The subject was taken into custody about eight minutes after the incident began, about 1:50 p.m. St. Croix Dispatch was notified by numerous cell callers of a male standing outside the chain-link fence on a bridge. Officers scrambled to find the man, checking both St.
Members of Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church in Afton are poised to leave the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America over the association's position on gay clergy. Final votes to split from the ELCA and join the Lutheran Congregations in Mission for Christ are planned for May 9. Shepherd of the Valley members cast initial votes Jan. 31. The vote was 414-38 to leave the ELCA. Members also voted 410-43 to join the LCMC. Congregational discussions, and later the Jan.