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Verdict against schools reversed

July 7, 2010 — Last Thursday, a federal judge in Port Huron overturned an $800,000 jury verdict, and dismissed a student’s sexual harrassment lawsuit against Hudson Area Schools. The verdict had been appealed after a trial mid-March. The jury verdict… (Read more)

Bikers ride for Haitian children

July 7, 2010 — Wednesday, June 23rd, a group of cyclists rode into Lenawee County. After a turn around the track at MIS they stopped at Rollin Township Hall for watermelon and strawberries then headed into Hudson to spend the… (Read more)

Post-Gazette gets two new owners

June 30, 2010 — The Hudson Post-Gazette will have two new owners, effective as of this issue. Ed Potter, who is the third generation of the same family to own the paper, is selling the paper to Post-Gazette editor Wes… (Read more)

School finances show signs of stabilization

June 23, 2010 — There may be good news for Hudson Area Schools in an item that mostly goes unnoticed from year to year. Monday night the Hudson Area School Board met to approve a loan to meet payments over… (Read more)

Survey reveals student attitudes about Hudson

June 16, 2010 — Earlier this year Hudson National Honor Society students cooperated with the University of Michigan to survey what young people ages 14-18 thought about Hudson — and the results were surprising in a few ways, and not… (Read more)

Severe storms give Hudson a near miss

June 10, 2010 — A line of severe storms swept across the area late Saturday night and early Sunday morning spawning tornados that caused damage in surrounding areas, but fortunately causing little damage in the local area besides a couple… (Read more)

Spring sports season ends

June 10, 2010 — By Bill Mullaly The spring sports at Hudson High School came to a crashing halt on Saturday as the track and field season officially ended when Sarah Luma bowed out at the state meet with her… (Read more)

School board approves layoffs

May 20, 2010 — At their meeting Monday evening, the Hudson Area Schools Board of Education approved several personnel actions, including the possible layoff of several teachers due to the extremely tight budget situation at the school. Depending on state… (Read more)

Hudson loses Jim Findlay

May 13, 2010 — James D. Findlay, 95, perhaps Hudson’s leading activist and believer in the community, passed away at his home Saturday. Among other things, Findlay was Hudson’s unofficial historian, its first city manager, and an advocate for preserving… (Read more)