Yearly Archive: 2012

Bond projects on schedule

July 20, 2012 — The bond projects at the Hudson Area Schools are on schedule, the Hudson Area School Board learned at their meeting Monday evening. “Everything is proceeding normally, and school is expected to start on time,” said School… (Read more)

Clark Memorial Tournament Held

July 20, 2012 — By Bill Mullaly The 12th Annual David Clark Memorial Youth Baseball Tournament was held here in Hudson over the weekend. The tournament was again a complete success with four days of competition involving 12 teams and… (Read more)

One dead in fatal crash

July 6, 2012 — Investigations continue into a two-vehicle crash on June 27 that resulted in one fatality on Main Street. At 5:30 a.m., Hudson Police were dispatched to the scene of a crash where a 2010 Kia being driven… (Read more)

Long ride supports orphans in Haiti

July 6, 2012 By Watson Clark On Wednesday, June 27th, seventeen bicycle riders from the 3rd Annual H.I.S. Home 300 bicycle ride stopped at the First Baptist Church in Hudson. They originally left from Rockford, Michigan on Monday, June 25th,… (Read more)

Hudson has strong girl’s softball program

July 6, 2012 — By Bill Mullaly The girl’s softball program has been going on for almost two months here in Hudson and all the softball is not done yet. The 2012 youth softball program for the Hudson girls features… (Read more)

Burke Hart named top male athlete

July 6, 2012 — By Bill Mullaly Hudson Tiger athletics are all about toughness, leadership, character, commitment, tradition and talent. Certainly, nobody represents those items more closely then recently graduated student-athlete Burke Hart. With all of those traits being part… (Read more)

Thompson Museum produces 2012 Christmas ornament

June 27, 2012 — The William G. Thompson House Museum announces the second in the on-going series of Christmas ornaments at the Museum. This year’s ornament proudly features Sacred Heart Church. The image of the Hudson icon comes from the… (Read more)

Pleasant Street work is closer

June 15, 2012 — The Hudson City Council took a big step toward the reconstruction of Pleasant Street at their meeting last Tuesday evening, by unanimously authorizing the acceptance of a proposal from Fleis and Vandenbrink Engineering of Kalamazoo to… (Read more)

Counterfeit bills being passed in Hudson

June 15, 2012 — Hudson Police Charles Weir reports that there have been three instances in the past week where the department has received reports of counterfeit bills being found in town. According to Weir, the bills have been tens… (Read more)