Monthly Archive: June 2012

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)

Spring N2 Summer Fest Held

June 8, 2012 — The Spring N2 Summer Festival was held Friday & Saturday. There was live music, food, Texas Hold Em, Vegas Room, Kids’ Games, Bingo, Raffles and Fun! Although Friday was bit chilly, the turn out was great…. (Read more)

Ladd competes at Jenison High School

June 8, 2012 — Hudson’s Liz Ladd competed at Jenison High School in Grand Rapids on Saturday. She ran a time of 13.1 in her qualifying heat of the 100-meters and advanced to the semifinal round. She then ran a… (Read more)

Tiger spring sports about done for year

June 1, 2012 — By Bill Mullaly The Hudson Tigers have just about completed their spring sports seasons but still a few big games and events are left. Here is a look at how the teams did last week in… (Read more)

Spring N-2 Summer Festival

June 1, 2012 — The annual Sacred Heart Spring N-2 Summer Festival will welcome the warm months on June 1 and 2 at Sacred Heart Church. Friday evening dinner will be served from 5:00 to 8:00 PM, featuring Swiss steak,… (Read more)

Graduation gets squirrelly

June 1, 2012 — The graduates of the Hudson Area High School will have something special to remember their graduation by: having to do it under emergency lighting when power was out around Hudson. A Consumer’s Energy spokesman said a… (Read more)