Monthly Archive: January 2011

Hudson man plans for High adventure

January 26, 2011 by Wes Boyd ©Hudson Post-Gazette We may think it’s cold here, but it’s a lot colder in Willow, Alaska, where Hudsonite Justin High is getting ready for the adventure of a lifetime — competing in the legendary… (Read more)

First things first

January 26, 2011 — Tiger head football coach Chris Luma has picked up several post-season coaching honors this winter. One that he could not literally pick up was one last Friday night at Kalamazoo. Luma was selected by the Michigan… (Read more)

Impressive win for wrestlers

January 26, 2011 By Bill Mullaly The Hudson Tigers had quite a Friday night for its winter homecoming festivities. A huge crowd was on hand to witness both the thrilling wrestling match and then for the boy’s varsity basketball game… (Read more)

Council defers action on manager charges

January 19, 2011 — The Hudson City Council, at it’s meeting Tuesday evening, decided to not take any action about the accusations and allegations against Hudson City Manager Steve Hartsel, pending legal action. Hartsel took no part in the discussion,… (Read more)

Pittsford pair going on medical mission

January 19, 2011 by Brittney Luma Leah and Hannah Blondke, of Pittsford, are going on a medical missions trip with Operation Renewed Hope to Cambodia January 21st through 31st. Operation Renewed Hope is a Christian non-profit medical missions and disaster… (Read more)

Two Hudson scouts become Eagles

January 19, 2011 — by Catherine Raeff On Sunday, January 16th, seniors Jacob Enerson and Thomas High were elevated to the rank of Eagle Scout from Hudson Troop 602. This is the highest level of achievement within the Boy Scouts… (Read more)

Wrestlers win Super 16 title

January 19, 2011 — By Bill Mullaly The big week for the Hudson High School wrestling team came to a close last Saturday with the 6th annual Super 16 Invitational held at Hudson. The Tigers did very well with two… (Read more)

Generous Community Gifts Library

January 12, 2011 — The Hudson Public Library has had a holiday and Christmas giving program to enhance our book and audio book collection. In recent years, all books have been purchased out of donated money or by community members… (Read more)