With summer vacations and families busy preparing for school to start, there is a shortage of blood donors, according to a news release. The American Red Cross has announced an emergency need for blood and platelet donations.

The A&W presentation had a huge turn out, according to Darlene Arneson in an email to the Hub. The presentation on Wednesday, Aug. 14, was based on the history of A&W in Stoughton begins in the mid 1940’s with Harold and Frieda Chose. Many photographs captured the valued employees an…

Seeking to enhance public safety and deter impaired driving, Wisconsin law enforcement agencies will patrol in greater numbers for longer hours during the “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign, which began Aug. 16 and continues through Labor Day on Sept. 2.

Throw a ball, toss a stick and let your pup cool off while simultaneously raising money for the Stoughton Police Department K-9 fund.

"This town is beautiful," said Madlen Breckbill, at the city's first Chamber Music Festival. The festival occurred at the Stoughton Opera House on Saturday, Aug. 17 and Monday, Aug. 19. 

During the hot summers of the 1800’s the Stoughton women of then-Hillside Avenue worked in the labor intensive tobacco warehouses. To maintain their high energy, these tough Norweigians invented a daily tradition of what is now known as the coffee break.

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