Rutland residents are scheduled to have their annual chance to help choose candidates for the town board.
Two incumbents were nominated to continue in their roles on the Pleasant Springs town board at the town’s annual caucus, held Tuesday, Jan. 7.
As part of its ongoing effort to create a Local Historic Landmark District in Stoughton’s downtown, the Landmarks Commission invites the public to attend community informational meetings at the Stoughton Public Library.
Several of Stoughton’s eight wins against Badger South Conference rival Oregon came in dominant fashion.
Six pins, four forfeit victories, three decisions and a technical fall added up to a first this season for the Stoughton wrestling team.
The Stoughton boys swimming team had five top-three finishes as hosts of the College Events Invitational on Saturday, Jan. 11.
All are welcome to learn how to snap pictures from 9-10 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 21, at the Stoughton Area Senior Center, 248 W. Main St.
Amy Lambright Murphy’s new position at the Stoughton Area Senior Center keeps her busy.
Dance teams within the Badger Conference will show off their talents at the second annual Badger Conference Dance Showcase.
Karen Johnson was just about to open the door to let a group of increasingly anxious kids off the bus at the end of another school day as she heard the growing howls of protest.
Elementary school kids can be an excitable bunch.
Scientists from Promega Corporation visited River Bluff Middle School this month, helping students learn more about DNA extraction. Through the partnership, volunteers from Promega help studen…
In Jenn Zutter’s phone, she has a picture of 171 W. Main St. with a “For Rent” sign in the window, dated Sept. 28.
More than three years after the city approved it, a new hotel is under construction on the city’s west side.
McFarland State Bank has joined with another decades old area community bank to create an entity twice as big.