The city is one step closer to building a pickleball complex in Mandt Park. The Common Council on Tuesday, May 23, approved spending $20,000 from a park development fund to help pay the estimated $60,000 cost of constructing a complex with six pickleball courts.
The demolition of buildings in the riverfront redevelopment area will cost $322,000. And the city is hoping to get some help paying for it.
The city will take on another $7.6 million in debt this year, after the Common Council voted to accept the low bid for promissory notes Tuesday, May 9.
The Stoughton girls soccer team traveled to Janesville Craig on Tuesday and lost a nonconference game 3-0.
The Stoughton boys track and field team won six events and advanced 10 of 18 events on to sectionals to take third at Monday’s WIAA Division 1 Verona regional.
The Stoughton High School girls track and field team went head-to-head with Oregon once again Monday in the WIAA Division 1 Verona regional.
The Stoughton Chamber Singers will perform songs from over the last two centuries of American music with two shows in the area over the next two weeks.
Faculty at Kegonsa Elementary School have put a goal of making community connections into action with a new program designed to bring father figures into the school.
For the second year in a row, Syttende Mai was greeted with rain clouds and thunderstorms.
Fifth-graders can be a bit of a squirrelly bunch.
The fourth year of the Stoughton Area School District’s Innovation Grants program takes aim at closing the “achievement gap” between students along racial and socioeconomic lines.
For the past three years, Stoughton Area School District’s “Innovation Grants” have rewarded teachers with new ideas by awarding seed money to get those programs going.
Stoughton’s Universal Acoustic and Emission Technologies was acquired by a North Carolina-based energy and environmental technology company in January.
Halverson’s Supper Club has closed.
Pick ‘n Save stores everywhere are undergoing a facelift, including in Stoughton.