A former Stoughton man accused of stabbing his roommate to death in November 2017 has been released on bond.
A meeting to discuss the proposed whitewater park on the Yahara River has been postponed a month after a speaker could not be solidified.
When Rutland residents gather for their annual meeting later this month, they will consider whether to make a major change to how they elect officials.
Police have fined two individuals for criminal damage to property after a Black Lives Matter violin vigil was held at Rotary Park Gazebo last month.
A plan to replace an east-side Kwik Trip northeast of the intersection of Hwys. 51 and N is still on hold while the La Crosse-based company works out traffic concerns.
Teachers won’t be required to get child care for their children or be mandated to work in school buildings when the Stoughton Area School District opens the school year with virtual learning Sept. 1.
Whether the Stoughton Area School District renews a contract to have a police presence at the high school before school opens virtually Sept. 1 remains in question.
- Nygaard Street commercial space breaks ground
- Fall coaches want in-person practices
- Evers issues statewide mask mandate
- Senior center recognized for tax assistance
- Utica Fest canceled
- Sidewalk policy gets walked back to committee
- Stoughton’s nitrate levels in water decrease
- Boardwalk, seeding projects coming to Heritage Park
- Early voting in Stoughton starts this week
- Report shows how power plant could become restaurant
- Expert: Possible to remove dam without water level changes
- No opposition to Eugster’s expansion
- One contested race in Aug. 11 primary
- Committee: Rewrite 23 year old sidewalk policy
- Stoughton Hub Police Reports March 2020