A group dedicated to restoring the historic 1892 high school building is asking people to rank a list of ideas for how the building could be used in the future.
Voters all around the Stoughton Area School District will choose half of the six candidates on their ballot for school board April 4.
The state Department of Transportation will hold an open house to update residents on the I-39/90 construction project next week.
The Stoughton High School baseball team lost a lot of talent from last season, but the Vikings still have one of the top pitchers and seven others who will return to the field in 2017.
Stoughton Youth Wrestling crowned four state champions and have three more medal last weekend at the Wisconsin Wrestling Federation State Youth Tournament at the Dane County Coliseum.
Stoughton softball finished the conference season 11-1 last season to earn the first Badger South title in school history. And while the team returns six letterwinners from that team, earning another conference crown this year looks like an even bigger challenge than last season.
Stoughton Public Library’s annual “Love-Your-Library Valentine Wish Tree” raised more than $1,500.
In the decade since his wife was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, Willard Lund has looked for ways to share his experiences with others facing similar challenges.
The Syttende Mai prince and princess for 2017 have been finalized.
There’s not much a public school district can do to persuade state politicians it needs more funding, or to get local politicians to bring more growth.
With an eye toward improving planning and building relationships between staff and students, the Stoughton Area School District will add four designated “learning strategists” to its 2017-18 staff.
Shelby Veum, member of the FFA Chapter of Stoughton High School, is presented the Louis M. Sasman Award by Mike Ely, president of the Kiwanis Club of Downtown Madison. The Sasman Award is give…
Halverson’s Supper Club has closed.
Pick ‘n Save stores everywhere are undergoing a facelift, including in Stoughton.
Kathy Jo Vike and Dave Eugster didn’t start out with a business plan when they bought the former Water’s Edge bar. The Stoughton natives weren’t even sure they wanted to open a bar and restaurant.