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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)

Community Supporting School Projects

September 28, 2011 — Since the Spring Hudson Area Schools leaders have been meeting with individual community members and community groups to receive feedback regarding a school bond millage. Theses meetings have been extremely productive and school leaders appreciate all… (Read more)

Sacred Heart Roast Beef Dinner Sunday

September 28, 2011 — The Annual Sacred Heart Church Roast Beef Dinner & Bazaar will be Sunday, October 4, 11:30 AM to 3:00 PM at Sacred Heart Parish Hall, 207 S. Market Street, Hudson. The cost for Adults is $8.00;… (Read more)

Pleasant Street Repair Options Under Study

September 22, 2011 — Pleasant Street is considered to be the street most in need of repair in Hudson, and although grant funding has been sought for rebuilding it, nothing has been successful. Following recent citizen complaints, the Hudson City… (Read more)

Tigers top Wildcats 48-7

September 22, 2011 By Bill Mullaly The Hudson High School football Tigers pulled away from a slim seven-point halftime lead to roll post an out-manned Onsted team on Friday night at legendary Thompson Field. The Tigers again used a huge… (Read more)

Kiwanis shows off Hudson with flags

September 22, 2011 — If you’ve been looking around town recently, you may have noticed that there have been significantly more American flags flying in town than usual. Around Labor Day, the Hudson Kiwanis, as well as other Kiwanis groups… (Read more)

School board calls new bond election

August 31, 2011 — At a special meeting held last Thursday evening, the Hudson Area School Board agreed to ask voters to approve a 2.35 mill, $7.25 million dollar bond proposal. The funds would be used for upgrades and repairs… (Read more)

High hopes for 2011 Tigers

August 24, 2011 — By Bill Mullaly The football program at Hudson High Schoolis riding a wave of success almost unmatched at a school known for its long-standing tradition of winning. The Tigers begin the 2011 prep gridiron season on… (Read more)