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Schools near end of deficit

May 19, 2011 — The Hudson Area Schools Board of Education met Monday evening. At the meeting, Superintendent Mike Osborne said that while the district is the only one in the county that is operating at a deficit, the school… (Read more)

Tiger baseball splits with Blissfield

May 11, 2011 — By Bill Mullaly The first week of May brought nothing but nice weather for the Hudson High School spring sports teams. Not one game or meet was missed due to cold, wind, rain or snow so… (Read more)

City gets big improvement in fire safety rating

May 11, 2011 — Hudson City Manager Steve Hartsel says that the Public Protection Classification (PPC) undertaken last fall resulted in an improvement of fire safety ratings for the Hudson Fire District. The inspection, which included such things and the… (Read more)

Osborne says more budget cuts coming

May 11, 2011 — With the failure of the bond issue last week, and the proposed cuts in state aid, the Hudson Area School System will face deep cuts in the near future, says Hudson School Superintendent Mike Osborne. The… (Read more)

Schools struggle with rising costs, decreasing income

April 27, 2011 — Even if the bond issue passes at next week’s election, the Hudson Area School District faces a sobering financial future, Jackie Bowen, Business Manager for the schools, told the Hudson Area School Board at last week’s… (Read more)

Two arrested in handgun theft

April 27, 2011 — Two suspects are in custody in connection with the theft of several handguns from Hudson’s Do It Best Hardware Store early Friday morning. The Hudson Police Department received a call reporting the breaking and entering of… (Read more)

Sacred Heart’s bell rings again

April 27, 2011 — Sacred Heart’s Angelus Bell rings to remind all that hear it that Christ’s Love is alive in Hudson. You may have seen it, but if you haven’t, Phil Marry is showing you Hudson’s very own 52″… (Read more)

Voters to decide bond issue May 3

April 27, 2011 — Voters in the Hudson Area School District will go to the polls next Tuesday to decide on an $8.5 million bond proposal. The proposal is for the purpose of remodeling, furnishing and refurnishing, equipping and re-equipping… (Read more)

Spring sports get into full swing

April 19, 2011 — By Bill Mullaly The spring sports got into full swing last week with all five teams busy competing in games and meets. The baseball team had five games and won two of them. The softball team… (Read more)

Hudson Area Food Pantry Receives Grant

April 19, 2011 — Pastor Wesley Rowan recently accepted a grant for the Hudson Area Food Pantry from Sue Hammersmith, President & CEO of the Lenawee Community Foundation. The grant was made from the foundation’s Hudson Area Fund, which has… (Read more)