A jury trial for a Stoughton man accused of the November 2017 homicide of his roommate has been rescheduled to May.
Chad O’Neil is back at the night shift – but now, he’s wearing a sergeant’s chevron.
Rutland residents are scheduled to have their annual chance to help choose candidates for the town board.
Stoughton scored two goals in the second period to stay within striking distance of Oregon, but each time the Panthers quickly regained momentum.
The Stoughton boys basketball team won two road games last week and moved into a tie with Monroe atop the Badger South Conference at the halfway point of the season.
Milton scored three goals in the third period to hand Stoughton a 4-2 Badger South Conference loss on Friday, Jan. 17, at Mandt Community Center.
Rev. Eric Bakken, the new pastor at West Koshkonong Lutheran Church, said he has finally returned home.
For area snowmobile enthusiasts, it’s a bit like Christmas in January.
Dance Dimensions, a Stoughton-based dance studio, will present its Winter Showcase from 6-7 p.m., Friday, Jan. 24.
Kids love transformers, but usually they’re the robot toy/movie kind.
When it comes to helping his high school students find a career path, finding out what you don’t want to do can be as important as finding what you do.
Karen Johnson was just about to open the door to let a group of increasingly anxious kids off the bus at the end of another school day as she heard the growing howls of protest.
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.