Town of Dunn resident Bev Fergus woke up on March 13 with chills, a fever and could barely take a full breath.
Editor’s note: The article was meant to run in May in the Hub’s Syttende Mai’s Special Section, but with the recent cancelation, it is running earlier. City of Stoughton residents Dave and Liz Nelson were given the 2020 Community Appreciation Award at the Norse Afternoon of Fun on Feb. 9.
As the number of cases of COVID-19 rises in the state and nation, Stoughton United Methodist Church food pantry is changing its hours and how it delivers items.
The trails at Lake Kegonsa State Park remain open to the public in the wake of COVID-19, and registration fees there, and all state parks, are voluntary as of March 19.
Many Stoughton businesses have seen a drastic reduction in foot traffic as cases of COVID-19 in Wisconsin have continued to rise – to 47 as of Monday, March 16.
- Celebrating sisterhood
- CANCELED: Trinity Dancers at this year’s Kiwanis Club breakfast
- SHS senior Fjelstad one of 193 graduating high schoolers honored as Kohl Scholar
- Losing the cabin fever with open gym March 7
- Beginner exercise program starts March 9
- Voices of River Bluff
- Wellness expo promotes healthy lifestyles
- Sandhill kids send love for 100th birthday
- Stoughton Opera House: Harris brings New Orleans style jazz and blues
- Local author re-awakens voices of eight Civil War era women
- Stoughton Opera House: Hull to celebrate album release
- Trivia fundraiser for veterans
- Stoughton Opera House: Wisconsin humorist brings stories of bad social media reviews
- SCAA quarter auction set Feb. 29
- Human trafficking presentation to be held March 3
- SUMC’s annual chili cook-off set for Feb. 29
- Bryant Foundation scholarships available; April 15 deadline
- I-90 expansion open house is March 2 in Pleasant Springs
- Tech whiz trio helps Greatest Generation embrace technology
- Teens attend 'Bloodwood Masquerade Murder'
- Fundraiser to help SHS freshman join track team set Feb. 23
- Abel Contemporary Gallery hosts three new exhibits
- Fendrick and Peck to perform Feb. 21
- Fuhrman named library friends' volunteer of the year
- Stoughton Wellness Expo set Feb. 29
- Hundreds partake in American Legion Breakfast
- Evening storytime at the library
- Masquerade ball to be held at the library
- Renewable energy presentation set for Feb. 20
- ‘Food for Fines,’ patrons can reduce fines by donating nonperishable items
- Stoughton Yoga to host fourth annual chili lover’s event
- Citizen Police Academy applications open for ‘officer’ experience
- Former mayor, husband Randy named Syttende Mai King and Queen