A group of city residents, led by Mayor Donna Olson and her husband, Randy, visited Stoughton’s sister city Gjovik, Norway, last month to celebrate three decades since Stoughton and Gjovik began their sister-city relationship.
A decade after Stoughton completed its first comprehensive plan, city officials are looking for more public input on its update.
A 73-year-old Stoughton woman was injured in a two-vehicle crash Saturday morning on the city’s north side and was transported to a hospital by MedFlight, Stoughton police reported.
The Stoughton girls tennis team swept all three doubles flights and added wins at No. 1 and 4 singles to wrap up second place for the Badger South Conference dual meet season.
The Stoughton High School volleyball team is still undefeated in the Badger South Conference after a 3-1 (18-25, 25-19, 25-12, 25-17) win at Milton Thursday.
The Stoughton High School girls golf team concluded the regular season in the Janesville Parker invite Saturday, finishing tied for ninth with a 369.
Stoughton United Methodist Church held a ministry fair on Wednesday, Sept. 14.
West Koshkonong Lutheran Church held its Norwegian fish boil on Sept. 9, serving over 400 people along with many carry outs.
Stoughton Utilities invites the public to celebrate its 125th anniversary with a fall carnival Thursday, Sept. 29, while other city departments also plan to open their doors for a behind-the-scenes look at how they operate.
The Stoughton School Board is back to full strength after the board voted to appoint Nicole Wiessinger as its ninth member at a special meeting Monday night.
Stoughton seventh-grader Isaac Knutson is healthy and back home after an injury scare during a youth football game Tuesday, Sept. 13.
Stoughton High School’s homecoming is set for Friday — culminating a week of fun activities for students and staff alike.
Forty years ago, Craig and Nancy Fuller mortgaged their house.
A new upscale bar and restaurant opened on Water Street two weeks ago where the Water’s Edge used to operate downtown on the Yahara River.
A locally owned family business is going strong after its first year in operation.