The Stoughton area has plenty of people whose efforts deserve to be highlighted and appreciated. Once again, our readers have a chance to weigh in on who should be honored as the 2019 Stoughton Courier Hub Citizen of the Year.
Now in its third year of an extensive five year plan to fix the town’s roads, the Town of Pleasant Springs’ 2020 taxes will drop a bit after two years of climbing.
Every cat needs a nap now and then.
Stoughton co-coach Dan Spilde can make history in the Vikings’ season opener against Monona Grove/McFarland on Friday.
With a new coach and players from six different high schools, the Icebergs girls hockey co-op is still figuring itself out, particularly in net.
The Stoughton boys swimming team started its season with a 91-70 dual win on the road over Badger South Conference rival Watertown on Tuesday, Nov. 26.
Hundreds of families turned out for the 27th annual Victorian Holiday Celebration.
Host a Family is seeking donations and volunteers for the holiday season.
The Stoughton Festival Choir will join the Stoughton City Band to perform a variety of holiday music and carols 4-6:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 8 at the Stoughton Opera House, 381 E. Main St. for the “Sounds of the Season” winter concert.
When it comes to career planning, it’s never too early to start.
Fox Prairie third grade teacher Emily Daino is in her first year as a full-time teacher after filling it at the school last spring as a long-term substitute. Once a month, she meets with Stoug…
Last year, a mild start to winter gave way to a three-week Arctic blast that saw the Stoughton Area School District cancel six out of 18 school days in late January and early February.
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.