Stoughton, WI

Stoughton Health brings balance class series to Oregon

Join Stoughton Health Physical Therapist Amber Wagner for a series of balance classes at the Oregon Area Senior Center. At 1-1:45 p.m. on Mondays and Thursdays, Sept. 26 through Nov. 3, Wagner will lead the class for older adults who have balance problems or a fear of falling. Participants can...
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Highway 213 back open south of Evansville following crash

EVANSVILLE, Wis. — Highway 213 is back open in both directions south of Evansville Saturday following a crash. The crash was reported at 1:40 p.m. near Townsend Road, and Highway 213 was closed between County Roads A and B while crews responded. Rock County dispatchers said injuries were reported...
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None injured, caged birds found dead in fire at business north of Madison

MADISON, Wis. — A fire at a business north of Madison prompted a large emergency response Saturday. Crews from Sun Prairie, DeForest, Waunakee, Marshall, Madison and Cottage Grove were sent to the 4600 block of Dovetail Drive just after 4:15 p.m for a reported commercial fire. Black smoke could be seen from the front of the building and flames could be seen in the rear.

Commercial building fire in Town of Burke results in $100,000 in damages

MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) - The Sun Prairie Fire Department responded to a commercial structure fire in the Town of Burke Saturday afternoon that resulted in $100,000 in damages. When fire crews arrived at the fire in the 4600 block of Dovetail Drive, they found black smoke coming from the front of the building and fire at the back of the building.

Four Ukrainian families embrace their culture in Stoughton

MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) -Four Ukrainian families recently resettled in Stoughton. Friday they were welcomed by their new community with old traditions. Stoughton resettlement assistance program helped families transition to life here in the United States. Wisconsin is home to 75,000 refugees. A member of the program, Sharon Mason-Boersma says this weekend is about celebrating Ukrainian culture.

Cheers! Sun Prairie hosts sixth annual Fall Beer Taste

SUN PRAIRIE, Wis. — Businesses across Sun Prairie gave patrons a sip of all the area has to offer Saturday during the sixth annual Fall Beer Taste. Over 20 businesses handed out three-ounce samples of two flavors of Oktoberfest and fall-style ales. The event also gave customers a chance to visit downtown Sun Prairie businesses that they otherwise might not have gone to.

Event aims to raise money, awareness for Ukrainian refugee resettlement effort in Stoughton

STOUGHTON, Wis. — An event in Stoughton this weekend aims to raise money and support to help resettle Ukrainian refugees in the community. “The Ukrainian Weekend” started Friday at Coffee4All Bistro Cafe, 2300 U.S. Highway 51. The event, which runs from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, will feature Ukrainian food, music, art and presentations.

Wisconsin Twitter reacts to Ohio State football's 52-21 masterclass

It was a night that was over before it started. Wisconsin went down 7-0 thanks to a six-play, 88-yard blitz from Ohio State to begin the evening. That was a sign of things to come, as the Buckeyes built an insurmountable 21-0 lead in the first quarter. Outside of an explosive 75-yard Braelon Allen touchdown run late, and a few decent drives sprinkled in, it was hard to find any positives for Wisconsin on a night to forget.

Letter: Don’t support schools referendum

Question 2 of the School District’s Nov. 8 referendum requests $12 million for a second gym at River Bluff Middle School that creates “financial quicksand,” and I will vote “no” on it. Question 1 has a capital request regarding the former Yahara school that I do not support either.

Letter: Voting no on SASD referendum Question 2

The November ballot will have two referendum questions from the Stoughton Area School District requesting approval to fund various facilities upgrades. Question #2 would authorize the removal of the Community Building, one of Stoughton’s historic treasures. The Community Building (originally called the “new” Stoughton Armory) was built just as the nation was preparing for World War II.

Proceeds from Henry Vilas Zoo ‘Run Wild’ to support giraffe conservation

MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) - More than 1,000 community members of all ages laced up their shoes Sunday morning in support of the Henry Vilas Zoo. The zoo held their annual ‘Run Wild’ event, a fundraising event that benefits a different animal each year. This year’s event will support giraffe conservation, according to organizers.

Opinions clash at 'Pro-Life Wisconsin' rally

MADISON, Wis. — On June 24, Roe V. Wade was overturned. It was a decision that sparked protests across the nation. And on Saturday, Pro-Life Wisconsin held a rally on the front steps of Wisconsin’s Capitol to advocate for the state’s 1849 abortion ban and let women know that abortion is not the only option.
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Q&A: B.o.B talks inspirations, hip-hop ahead of Madison show

B.o.B is a multi-time Grammy-nominated, BET-nominated and award winning rapper, songwriter and producer. Since signing in 2006, he has produced multiple RIAA-certified platinum and gold records, bringing about classics like “Nothin’ on You” and, of course, “Airplanes.”. Hailing from Decatur, Georgia, B.o.B has become a giant...