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Hudson Star-Observer

St. Croix Central football receives safety grant from WFCA

The St. Croix Central football program was one of the 25 Wisconsin high school football programs to receive grants to help improve player safety on the football field this coming fall. The grant comes from the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association. The WFCA awarded $60,890 in grants to Wisconsin football programs...
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River Falls Journal

St. Croix County celebrates Norway's Constitution Day

The St. Croix Valley Syttende Mai Society gathered to celebrate Norway's Constitution Day, May 17, after over two years of not gathering. The celebration included 90 people who enjoyed chatting and dining after the long absence. Celebrating Norway's Constitution Day. The program started with the singing of the Norwegian and...
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River Falls Journal

St. Croix Central Panthers to graduate 174

St. Croix Central’s Senior Class of 2022 will graduate on Friday, May 27, 2022. The ceremony will take place at the Tom Sempf Gymnasium at 7 p.m. Doors open at 6 p.m. Tickets are not required. 174 Graduates are expected to receive their diplomas including 56 from the St....
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Police searching for missing Hudson, WI man

MINNEAPOLIS — The St. Croix County Sheriff's Office is searching for a missing Hudson, Wisconsin man, who the office said left his his home unexpectedly Thursday. Authorities say David Mckay, 67, was last seen Thursday morning at his home in Hudson. Mckay reportedly wrote an email to family, and then left unexpectedly without his cellphone. Family members and authorities say they are concerned for his wellbeing.
HUDSON, WI
Hudson Star-Observer

Three Hudson High School artists receive scholarship

Area St. Croix region high school art students were encouraged to enter a piece of their artwork from this school year for a chance at the seventh Nelson Defense scholarship. The first prize scholarship winners receive $500. Nelson Defense, a Wisconsin criminal defense law firm, will display the student artwork for a year in their offices before returning the student’s their work.
HUDSON, WI
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