Monthly Archive: February 2011

Winter Sports Winding Down

February 23, 2011 By Bill Mullaly The winter sports are slowly winding down for the athletic teams at Hudson High School. The later days of February find all of the teams battling for league, conference, district or other titles. Both… (Read more)

Hudson Science Olympiad held

February 16, 2011 — The 9th annual Hudson Science Olympiad Tournament was held on Saturday February 5th and went off without a hitch thanks to the efforts of a great number of people. Science Olympiad is a non-profit organization dedicated… (Read more)

Marrow drive has good turnout

February 16, 2011 — One hundred and thirty-eight people were tested and registered as blood marrow donors at the Marrow Donor Drive held at the Hudson High School gym on Valentine’s Day, February 14 for Kyle Tanner, a sophomore at… (Read more)

Lift station rebuild gets under way

February 16, 2011 — The break in the weather means that the work of rebuilding the Jackson Street lift station has been able to get under way. The project, which will replace the aging lift station, will cost $370,000. Eighty… (Read more)

Wrestlers win districts

February 16, 2011 — By Bill Mullaly The fury of February is alive and well with the sports teams at Hudson High School. All of the teams were in action over the past week as the winter sports action is… (Read more)

Wrestlers lose to Dundee

February 9, 2011 — By Bill Mullaly The Hudson High School winter sports teams tried to jump into February action but they were derailed for a couple of days due to some foul wintry weather. The teams finally did get… (Read more)

Matt Smith signs to play for Northern Michigan

February 9, 2011 — By Bill Mullaly The past week has been a very exciting time for Hudson Tiger standout senior football player and wrestler Matthew Smith. The two-sport superstar has been dominant on the mat winning the county championship… (Read more)

Snow days confusing

February 9, 2011 Students at Hudson Area Schools have gotten a lot of time off due to bad weather this year, but the jury is still out whether and when they’re going to have to make some of it up…. (Read more)

Plans to reopen Metalloy plant fail

February 3, 2011 — Plans to reopen the old Metalloy plant on Main Street have fallen though, Hudson City Manager Steve Hartsel announced Monday. Hartsel said that work had been going on for a year or more to arrange for… (Read more)