Stoughton High School sophomore Meredith Thiessen lives by Andrew Grant’s quote, “You never get a second chance to make a first impression.”
The fifth annual Freedom Ride, sponsored by the Otis Sampson American Legion Post 59, has been canceled for this year because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Tennis courts in Dane County are now open, and restaurants, bowling alleys and many other gathering places appear soon to follow – with limitations.
Home Talent League rivals Stoughton and Utica already had their first meeting canceled, but both squads are holding out hope for a shortened season with one matchup against each other in early August.
Badger Conference administrators, including the superintendents, principals and athletic directors have made the joint decision to not participate in the extended spring sports season as allowed by the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association in July and August.
With its normal season canceled due to COVID-19, the Stoughton girls soccer team resorted to winning the virtual Badger Conference Soccer Jam.
Although Memorial Day will look a little different this year, volunteers still found time to honor the fallen.
A parking lot donation drive raised $7,000 for the Stoughton Food Pantry.
Some of the youngest learners in the Stoughton Area School District have been working hard adapting to virtual learning. Here, Addison Topp shows off some numbers skills at her desk.
Lincoln Johnston proudly shows off a recent number/color project.
Trimming the annual budget is going to get more difficult for the Stoughton Area School District if its board wants to maintain programming and ideal class sizes.
Joe Crubaugh, owner of Fosdal’s Home Bakery, had never run out of doughnuts by 10:15 a.m. before.
A venue that brought cinema — and ice cream treats — to Stoughton’s vibrant downtown bid a bittersweet adieu last week.
A Stoughton pottery shop owner has found an unexpected financial savior in a treat many people find delectable — chocolate.