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Dinner theatre raises funds for library

July 28, 2010 — A tragic accident struck world-famous escapologist Harry Copperfield at the Carnegie Circus Saturday night during the final act of the performance when the performer was caught in his final trick and drowned. Commissioner Cadfail and Detective… (Read more)

Freedom Farm adding addition

July 21, 2010 — Freedom Farms is in the process of building an addition onto their facilities located in Pittsford, MI. The addition and renovations will modernize the schools, including updating the nearly fifty year old separate modular building that… (Read more)

Tenth Clark Memorial a success

July 21, 2010 — By Bill Mullaly The tenth annual David Clark Memorial Youth Baseball Tournament ended with a bang and it wasn’t from bats and balls. For the first time in the ten-year history of the annual July baseball… (Read more)

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)