Meg Heaton has been a reporter with the Hudson Star Observer since 1990. She has a bachelor’s degree in anthropology and Native American Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.
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Hudson High School junior Deena Whitwam is as familiar around Rock Elementary School as she is at the high school -- and pretty popular as well.
It was one of the most horrific crimes in St. Croix County –- the murder of three young girls by their father in July 2012. It was also one of Pastor Larry Szyman’s first experiences as a member of the St. Croix County Chaplains Corps.
The Hudson School District said in a release Friday that they are not currently working with either of two developers to turn the part of the former dog track into...
When a New York Times reporter recently went looking for a story about heroin addiction, she ended up in Hudson talking to Karen Hale.
Tomorrow marks the 20th anniversary of Jane Neumann’s death in her Trout Brook Road home
Melissa Costello spoke through tears about the devastating loss of her daughter Jordan last September.
Bryan Aumann would have graduated with the HHS Class of 2013. At this year's baccalaureate ceremony, his parents were presented with an honorary diploma, a yearbook which included a memorial...
Lock your car -- especially if it is parked in your driveway with a garage door opener inside. That’s the advice from Hudson and North Hudson police following a rash...
Steven Skoog has been free of heroin and other drugs for more than a year.
While the inclination may be to literally "hit the ground running," when it comes to making healthy choices, experts seem to agree that small changes are the best way to get lasting results. Hudson Hospital registered dietician Jean Weiler has her top suggestions for making changes that can have a healthy and lifelong impact. First up -- eat more fruits and vegetables. "This is harder than it sounds. It seems simple but most of us don't eat enough of either despite the fact that these days we have a wide variety of choices available throughout the year," said Weiler.