Monthly Archive: October 2011

Body found in Will Carleton Park

October 18, 2011 — While on patrol a little before 9:00 AM on Tuesday morning, Hudson Police Chief Charles Weir observed a car in Will Carlton Park, backed in and partially hidden from view. Upon investigation, Weir could smell a… (Read more)

LCAA adds two new members

October 12, 2011 By Bill Mullaly The future of the Lenawee County Athletic Association (LCAA) became much clearer last Thursday when the current member schools voted to add two new members, Hillsdale and Brooklyn Columbia Central, for the 2012-13 school… (Read more)

Tigers give Ida the blues

October 12, 2011 — By Bill Mullaly It is very hard to play a perfect football game but the Hudson Tigers came darn close to doing that on Friday night at Ida. Hudson won easily taking a 55-0 victory as… (Read more)

Big Wheels Deliver Meals

October 12, 2011 — Big Wheels Deliver Meals: October 6th will be the third time that our senior centers have asked “Big Wheels” to deliver meals to homebound older adults in their communities. Normally, meals are delivered by volunteers who… (Read more)

Campaign ramps up for bond vote

October 12, 2011 — With election day less than a month away, campaign activity for the Hudson Area Schools bond election is warming up. After the millage election failed by a narrow margin last May, the Committee for Securing Hudson… (Read more)

Thompson House wins Canned Food Art Festival

October 5, 2011 — The Lenawee Community Foundation is pleased to announce the winner of the inaugural Canned Food Art Festival. William G. Thompson Museum and Gardens took first place with the sculpture Made In Michigan. They received a $100… (Read more)

Council approves new fire agreement

October 5, 2011 — Hudson became the last government entity in the county to approve a new fire agreement regarding such things as mutual assists. The city operated under a previous agreement from 1994 to 2009, when a new agreement… (Read more)