With face masks now commonplace, and a fight over whether to postpone a statewide election, constant change was the norm in Stoughton during the fourth week in which the coronavirus and COVID-19 has turned our lives upside-down.
Grant demand spurs more funding
Election Day continued as planned Tuesday, April 7 despite the ongoing threat of COVID-19.
Golf courses across Wisconsin came to a standstill despite weather soaring into the high 60s last week.
My must-see sports movie list
Most high school athletes share the common goal of earning a scholarship from an NCAA Division I school.
Easter services are still on at Stoughton churches, except virtually.
As visitors drive through Main Street, a Stoughton mural hangs over the Yahara River, depicting the city’s history.
With increasing restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic, members of the communities Unified Newspaper Group serves have asked us to help them help their neighbors.
Amidst all the uncertainty for schools wrought by the novel coronavirus pandemic, it looks like Stoughton Area School District students and teachers will have a few less things to worry about.
The coronavirus pandemic continues to affect the economy; including two of Stoughton’s largest employers.
Morales Family Restaurant
Rnj Patel, general manager at Days Inn, said they haven’t had visitors for two weeks.