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Business, The Neighborhood Files
Each year, the National Book Foundation recognizes five organizations that demonstrate passion, creativity, dedication and leadership in creating and sustaining a lifelong love of reading. This year, Todd Bol's Little Free Library is one of those winners.
A federal judge denied C.S. McCrossan’s request to stop roadwork of the St. Croix River Crossing while the courts determine whether or not MnDOT illegally rejected its bid to construct the approach work for the $626 million project.
Business, The Neighborhood Files, Awareness
The "We PowerUp the Valley" kick-off event Saturday, May 4 in Stillwater will include an official attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the most people doing the Cha Cha Slide in one place. Hudson's Lisa Rambo will also be at the event.
Last week two Bald Eaglets were hatched in a nest right next door to the Andersen Windows facility in Bayport. On Earth Day, employees learned how to be good neighbors, in the hopes that the raptor family hangs around for years to come.
The lawsuit seeks an “immediate injunction to halt further work while the courts determine if the department acted properly in awarding the bid to a company with a lower technical score and price tag that was $6 million greater than the McCrossan bid.”
The sale of the Dibbo's building to Last Man Standing LLC was finalized on April 9. Developers hope to open new craft beer pub in June.
Due to poor road and weather conditions, Sandy Moelter, the owner of the Mallalieu Inn has cancelled the run, according to the North Hudson Police Department.
The Hudson Area Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Bureau family-friendly, community business expo runs from 11 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. Sunday, April 14.
A group of Hudson restaurants—Kozy Korner, Keys Cafe, Jimmy John's, Shanghai Bistro and The Agave Kitchen—came together this week to show support for Jessica Schaffhausen's family by catering them food during the trial.
Demolition crews tore down the former Wisconsin Tourism Information Center Monday morning in Hudson.
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