With more than 78,000 red and white clad fans in the stands in a homecoming night game against Drew Brees and Purdue at Camp Randall Stadium, UW sports marketing employee Kevin Kluender, Stoughton, recalls how he was looking for something to energize the fans.
Stoughton City Clerk Holly Licht will present a Zoom meeting next week titled, “Learn About All the Ways You Can Vote in the Upcoming 2020 Elections.”
A proposed expansion of Eugster’s Farm Market is getting a public hearing from the Town of Rutland.
When Nate LaPoint hung up his skates at Division II Northland College and transferred to the University of North Dakota, he had no idea whether his career in hockey would continue.
Her junior season at the University of Iowa was cut short, but Aly Weum wrapped up the 2019-20 academic year on a high note.
The Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association announced Friday, June 26, that its annual All-Star Games have been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A virtual presentation on intermittent fasting is being hosted by Stoughton Health.
Dane County 4-H is teaming up with the county fair to keep the project showing experience alive, even though many fairs were canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
With a goal for the organization to “Be Relevant,” Stoughton VFW Post 328 member Jason Johns was named State Commander of the Wisconsin Veterans of Foreign Wars last month, and will serve a one-year term through June 2021.
Looking to get more local input, the Stoughton Area School District added four community members to school board committees last week, after several weeks of advertising for the openings.
If Dane County’s COVID-19 restrictions and predictions remain as planned, it could be the fall of 2021 before public schools return to their familiar full, in-person format.
Stoughton High School Class of 2020 members Ellie Tomczyk and Karlie Halverson celebrated before their virtual graduation in style last month with some waterskiing.
When Wildwood Cafe opened during Syttende Mai weekend in 2018, it quickly became more than a coffee shop.
Each day, Viking Lanes’ staff get their temperatures taken before each shift, clean every bowling ball after use and sanitize the bathrooms every half hour.
Joe Crubaugh, owner of Fosdal’s Home Bakery, had never run out of doughnuts by 10:15 a.m. before.