Friday, January 30, 2015
Stoughton celebrated retiring fire chief Marty Lamers Jan. 21 with a retirement party.  + continue reading
Monday, January 26, 2015
When they first met, Tom Pietras was a veteran drummer thinking about resurrecting a music career, while Stoughton’s Ryan McGrath was a teenage guitar player thinking about getting one started. Both Oregon residents at the time, they were part of a new contemporary worship group at Holy... + continue reading
Sunday, January 25, 2015
Tracy Wurtzler jokes that visitors can’t “turn a corner at the hospital without running into one of us.” That’s because the Stoughton Hospital surgical services manager is one of four people in her immediate family – along with her three daughters, Sheri, Erin and... + continue reading
Friday, January 23, 2015
For the seventh time since Milton moved to the Badger South Conference, the Stoughton High School wrestling team dropped a regular season dual to the Red Hawks Thursday. The Vikings came in ranked second in the state at Division 1, while Milton was ranked third. But like seasons past, the host Red... + continue reading
Friday, January 23, 2015
Residents of Cooksville and surrounding communities attended the Family Winter Night, hosted by the Cooksville Community Center, on Saturday, Jan. 17, at Cooksville Lutheran Church. Activities at the event included dancing lessons taught by Chris and Emily Beebe and a variety of board games to play... + continue reading

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01/29/2015
Another day of Scandinavian entertainment is coming up in February. The annual Norse Afternoon of Fun will be held at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 8, in the Stoughton High School gymnasium. The afternoon... + continue reading

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01/27/2015
The Common Council last week unanimously adopted a new Parks and Open Space Plan.  The 51-page plan has no new recommendations and is essentially just an update from the previous plan. The... + continue reading

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01/27/2015
Adam Fryer was the lone varsity member of the Stoughton boys swimming team to pickup a win Tuesday evening at Milton High School 111-59. Fryer posted a time of 2 minutes, 8 seconds to take the 200-... + continue reading
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Schools

When you live in Wisconsin, it’s fair to expect cold, snowy spells that can make life difficult. But when severe winter weather makes things downright dangerous, school districts tasked with... + continue reading

Community

Stoughton Hospital will host a six-week series called “Healthy Living with Diabetes” that teaches self-management skills and increases confidence in managing Type 2 diabetes. The series... + continue reading

Business

Nothing says Christmas like lawn ornaments. Artist Bill Amundson laughs at the notion, but his parody lawn ornaments, satirical colored drawings and “wearable art” like Norwegian Viking... + continue reading
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