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Stoughton man killed in single-vehicle crash

Stoughton man killed in single-vehicle crash

A 25-year-old Stoughton man is dead in a single-car crash discovered in the town of Pleasant Springs Friday morning.

Crews were called to the intersection of County Road MN and Door Creek Road at about 7:05 a.m. for a report of a crash.

A deputy told News 3 the driver was driving on Door Creek Road at a high rate of speed, ran the stop sign, went airborne and hit a tree. The man was not wearing a seat belt and was ejected, according to deputies.

Someone driving down Door Creek Road Friday morning found the crash scene. Deputies said they're not sure when the crash happened.

Anyone with information about the crash is asked to call the Dane County tip line at 608-284-6900.

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Stoughton clinches share of Badger South Conference championship

Stoughton boys basketball made history Tuesday night at Monona Grove High School. They defeated the Silver Eagles 42-32 and clinched a share of the Badger South Conference championship for the fourth year in a row.�

It's the first time the Vikings have ever won at least a share of the conference championship four straight years.�

Monona Grove actually got off to a good start as Peyton Mueller's first quarter three gave the Silver Eagles a 7-2 lead. From there, it was all Vikings.�

In the second quarter, Nick McGlynn made acrobatic shot in the paint to give the Vikings an 11-7 lead.�

In the 3rd quarter, Stoughton pulled away. Brady Brusegar hit a three to push the Vikings lead to 15 as Stoughton's 1-3-1 zone defense held Monona Grove to just 32 points.�

McGlynn led the Vikings with 19 points.�

Stoughton clinches share of Badgers South Conference championship

Stoughton clinches share of Badgers South Conference championship

Stoughton boys basketball made history Tuesday night at Monona Grove High School. They defeated the Silver Eagles 42-32 and clinched a share of the Badger South Conference championship for the fourth year in a row.

It's the first time the Vikings have ever won at least a share of the conference championship four straight years.

Monona Grove actually got off to a good start as Peyton Mueller's first quarter three gave the Silver Eagles a 7-2 lead. From there, it was all Vikings.

In the second quarter, Nick McGlynn made acrobatic shot in the paint to give the Vikings an 11-7 lead.

In the 3rd quarter, Stoughton pulled away. Brady Brusegar hit a three to push the Vikings lead to 15 as Stoughton's 1-3-1 zone defense held Monona Grove to just 32 points.

McGlynn led the Vikings with 19 points.

Engelberger faces primary challenge in District 2

Voters living in Aldermanic District 2 will have a choice of three candidates for Common Council in next week’s primary election.

Former alder Ross Urven and political newcomer Mike Gilbert are challenging council president Michael Engelberger in the primary. The two top vote-getters will face off in the April general election.

Most voters are aware that one of the hot-button issues here has been the Kettle Park West development and whether the city should help subsidize the project through the use of tax-increment financing... Read More

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As the health insurance enrollment deadline approaches, local organizations offer help

This is the last weekend of open enrollment in the Affordable Care Act (ACA) Health Insurance Marketplace. Those who are still uninsured have until midnight on Sunday to get covered.

According to a release from Covering Kids & Families Wisconsin, it, along with United Way of Dane County, Boys & Girls Club of Dane County, and area insurance agents, will offer free assistance to those signing up for health insurance at two events this weekend.

Community welcome to chat with Onsager at art event

Stoughton Area School District said on its website that the community is welcome to chat with the superintendent at a planned event later this month.

During the Kegonsa Art Festival Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon on Feb. 21, Stoughton schools Superintendent Tim Onsager will be present to talk or hear ideas from the community. ... Read More

Report: Glass mfg. looks elsewhere to set up production

The Stoughton Courier Hub reported that an official said the city  is no longer in the running for a large manufacturer to build a production facility in Business Park North. ... Read More