The Kettle Park West developer and city officials are getting closer to an agreement with the Wisconsin Department of Transportation for an access point to Hwy. 138 from the development’s second phase.
Citing a more “positive” feeling about getting faster Internet service into rural areas of Dane County, County Board Supervisor Bob Salov is hosting an informational meeting on $751 million in new federal money going to TDS Telecommunications to boost rural broadband expansion.
Construction projects are moving ahead at various locations around the city, including at Kettle Park West, where a Kwik Trip convenience store/gas station opened last week and a new hotel is scheduled to break ground next month.
Freshman Caylie Kotlowski has been one of the most consistent scorers for the Stoughton High School girls golf team, and that continued Tuesday at the Badger South Conference meet.
The Stoughton High School girls golf team traveled to the Balance and Believe Invitational on Sept. 6 and finished sixth.
Stoughton hosted Badger South newcomer Watertown on Tuesday and won the dual 112-57 on Senior Night.
For James “Jim” Christensen, his time living in Wisconsin was “instrumental” to his career.
St. Ann’s Catholic Church held the annual 5K run/walk Saturday, Sept. 16.
County Executive Joe Parisi visited the Stoughton Rotary Club Wednesday, Sept. 13, to discuss recent county initiatives to clean up area lakes and the county partnership with the Stoughton Area School District for mental health teams.
Four Stoughton students are among around 16,000 semifinalists in the National Merit Scholarship program.
The 2017 Stoughton High School homecoming court is: front row, from left: Cassidy Bach, Paige Halverson, Aly Solberg, Hannah Iverson, Gigi Zaemisch, Natalie Zientek, Tessa Berry and Emily Fitz…
Stoughton schools are celebrating homecoming from Monday, Sept. 18, through Saturday, Sept. 23.
Kari Aagerup has been an animal lover her entire life.
Olson Auto Exchange isn’t exactly the same as when it was started four decades ago. That’s not surprising, because neither are brothers John and Jack Olson.
First Choice Dental opened a new clinic in Stoughton at 1300 Nygaard St. on Monday, July 17. The 12,593-square-foot building is the 11th in Dane County for the company.