“Mobile doc,” a telemedicine device that looks and acts something like a robot, is now in service at Stoughton Hospital. It allows local patients to be examined by a doctor working from a remote location.
The Capital Area OWI Task Force event in Stoughton earlier this month included 44 stops by police on a Friday night.
At its Aug. 10 meeting, the Common Council reaffirmed its position that the Kettle Park West developer must create an access point from the project’s second phase area to State Hwy. 138 before continuing with that part of the development.
Stoughton will be looking for improvement on the golf course in 2016 after finishing fifth out of six teams in 2015, but there is a lot to be hopeful for with three starters back.
Stoughton girls tennis entered this season as heavy favorites to win its sectional and reach the team’s first WIAA state team tennis tournament after graduating just two seniors.
The final race of the Triple Crown Challenge will take place on Friday, Aug. 19 when the fifth annual Howie Lettow Classic comes to Madison International Speedway.
While many of us take easy access to clean water for granted, not everyone is so lucky. No one knows that better than Stoughton High School class of 2013 graduate Magen Krage.
Junior dairy exhibitor Lindsay Sarbacker won an award for excellent dairy practices through The Miss Q Contest, sponsored by AgSource Cooperative Services.
A warm, humid Thursday night in Stoughton Rotary Park ushered in yet another Gazebo Musikk concert on Thursday, Aug. 18, this time with a performance from Madison-based act Kyle Henderson and Blues Invasion.
Stoughton High School kicked off its football season with the first tailgate of the year – and a 12-7 victory over DeForest High School – Friday, Aug. 19. The Class of 2017 arrived decked out …
Girls rock this summer at Stoughton High School’s Fab Lab.
Members of the Stoughton Lions and Lioness clubs surpassed $5,000 in donated school supplies during the fourth annual Stuff The Bus event, about $1,750 more than what was donated last year.
A locally owned family business is going strong after its first year in operation.
Stoughton added another restaurant to its popular Main Street dining roster when China King opened early last month on Division Street next to Rev. Jim’s Saloon.
In January, Tricia Suess took over for Laura Trotter in an interim capacity as events coordinator at the Stoughton Chamber of Commerce.