For those suffering from the confusing and debilitating effects of dementia, the condition can feel anything but friendly.
A long-term vision of the city’s Yahara River Trail forming a loop around the river from central Stoughton to north of Viking Park got a boost recently.
One week removed from pleading guilty to charges related to his role in supplying the heroin that led to the fatal overdose of another man, Stoughton’s Wyatt A. Staff was arrested Friday on more drug-related charges.
Junior running back Brady Schipper rushed 20 times for 145 yards and a touchdown Friday as the host Stoughton football team opened the season with a 12-7 victory over DeForest.
Sophomores Anna Wozniak and Abby Kittleson helped guide the Stoughton girls cross country team to a Badger South Conference title a year ago. The Vikings enter this season looking to defend that title, while also hoping to return to the WIAA Division 1 state meet as a team for second time in…
Stoughton seniors Garrett Model, Owen Roe and Tristan Jenny hope to lead the Vikings boys cross country team to a Badger South Conference title this year after finishing fourth a year ago.
Typically accustomed to the high humidity and temperatures of the dog days of summer, Stoughton Chamber of Commerce executive director Laura Trotter said the weather for this year’s Coffee Break Festival – mild, with spotty, light rain – made it “a great day for coffee” in Mandt Park Saturda…
Madison-based six-piece band The Lower 5th comes to the Gazebo Musikk series Thursday, playing a blend of folk, rock, R&B, reggae, country and bluegrass.
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.
New security measures taking effect this fall around the Stoughton Area School District include a new visitor sign-in system and locked school doors.
The Stoughton Area school board is seeking a new member.
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 …
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.