The Stoughton Area School District will hold its annual meeting and budget hearing to determine the 2019-2020 district tax levy at 6 p.m. Monday, Oct. 21, in the district administration board room, 320 North St.
Children carved pumpkins and fashioned spooky crafts during the Town of Dunn’s fall event on Saturday, Oct. 12. The fall fun preceded the town’s belated Arbor Day potluck, canceled last April due to a forecast of heavy snow. The rescheduled community meal featured a monarch butterfly present…
The Stoughton volleyball team entered the Badger South Conference Tournament on Saturday, Oct. 12, as the sixth seed, and the Vikings went 3-2 to take third place in Watertown.
Stoughton girls tennis player Annika Goetz lost to Lake Geneva Badger sophomore Zaya Iderzul 6-0, 6-0 in the No. 1 singles quarterfinals at the Division 1 Oconomowoc Sectional on Wednesday, Oct. 9.
Senior quarterback Adam Hobson scored five touchdowns to power the Stoughton football team to a 53-18 road win over Monroe on Friday, Oct. 11, at T.R. Holyoke Field.
The Landmarks Commission is seeking public comment on making downtown a designated historic district.
More than 350 people attended the 11th annual Senior Expo presented by Unified Newspaper Group.
A proposal to label Stoughton’s entire downtown as a historic district would give the Landmarks Commission review authority of the look and style of the buildings from Fifth Street to the Yahara River.
Several programs in the proposed Dane County budget that County Executive Joe Parisi unveiled Oct. 1 could affect Stoughton area residents.
It’s not getting any worse, but it’s also not getting any better.
After plans fell through at the last minute to establish after school child care sites, Stoughton Area School District officials are focusing on ways to put programming in place for next school year.
McFarland State Bank has joined with another decades old area community bank to create an entity twice as big.
What goes best with an hours-long board game battle with your friends – a pale ale or more of a creamy stout?
What started a few years ago as a project between high school and college friends continues to grow in the business sphere.