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Choir that performed a musical number for Disney's "Frozen" to join the Stoughton High School

The Norwegian choir that performed the opening musical number for Disney's movie "Frozen" will visit Stoughton High School's (SHS) choir next month, according to Stoughton Area School District spokesman Derek Spellman.

The choir Cantus will perform at Stoughton High School's Performing Arts Center at 7 p.m. April 24 as a part of its "Vuelie" tour. Their lineup includes Norwegian folk music and "Vuelie" from "Frozen."

SHS's choir, directed by Ryan Casey, will also perform.

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Open house meetings invite public to learn about I-39/90 Expansion Project

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation Southwest Region in Edgerton has two open house meetings planned to discuss the I-39/90 Expansion Project, according to a release.

The open house regarding the Central Segment (from Janesivlle to Edgerton) will take place Wednesday from 3 p.m to 7 p.m, at the WisDOT Southwest Region Project Field Office in Edgerton. The North Segment (from Edgerton to Madison) meeting will be at the same location and time Thursday.

McFarland man suspected of 4th OWI

A McFarland Man was arrested on suspicion of fourth-offense operating while intoxicated during a traffic stop Sunday afternoon.

The Dane County Sheriff’s Office said Michael J. Edwards, 62, was driving his 2002 Chevrolet Blazer west on County Road B in the town of Dunn when a deputy spotted the vehicle cross the center line twice at about 1 p.m.

Edwards was arrested after field sobriety tests were conducted.

Stoughton youth hockey battles over giant jersey mistake

The president of Stoughton?s non-profit hockey club said the league wants a Minnesota-based sports clothing company to refund hundreds of dollars they have spent altering giant youth jerseys.

�?It has been the biggest pain I?ve ever had in 10 years of hockey,? Stoughton Youth Hockey President Wade Rewey said.

Rewey said he saw Minnesota-based Breakaway Sportswear jerseys on a number of teams while attending a hockey tournament with his son in Minnesota.

?Checked the kids that were wearing them. The sizes looked good. The quality looked good,? Rewey said.

After sending a sample of their old youth XL jersey, thinking that would help Breakaway Sportswear size them, he decided to send almost $3,500 so 24 jerseys could be ordered for the 9-12-year-olds on the team.

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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.

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.