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Thursday, September 7, 2017 Vol. 136, No. 7 Stoughton, WI $1 East Madison/Monona West Madison/Middleton
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Another look Stoughton Area School District

SHS runner
at Highway
Trailer hospitalized
after crash
Council, RDA hope to
find common ground
on aging building
Boys, girls teams afternoon, rumors of a
BILL LIVICK fatality appeared to be
Unified Newspaper Group
sit out invitational unfounded, confirmed by
both DCSO and Dow.
City leaders hope a spe-
Sports editor front passenger-side cor-
cial meeting next week will
ner of the Jeep Cherokee
help them decide the fate
Neither the Stoughton struck the rear passenger
of a century-old building in
girls nor boys cross coun- door of the Honda Civic.
the citys riverfront redevel-
try teams competed at the The road was closed for
opment area.
Verona Invitational on about two hours. All driv-
At question is whether to
Saturday after one run- ers and passengers were
restore the Highway Trailer
ner was badly injured in wearing seatbelts.
building and include it as
a crash Friday afternoon. Stoughton athletic
part of the 12-acre redevel-
Neither the schools director Mel Dow told
opment project, or demolish
athletic director nor the the Hub he could not say
it to clear the site for devel-
Dane County Sheriff s when the teams would
oping new housing.
Office had released the return to practice or com-
Some alders feel the
name of the injured girl pete again.
Common Council already
as of Tuesday afternoon. The teams hope to
decided to save the building
Five members of the move forward and return
when it asked the RDA in
girls team were rid- to a sense of normalcy
July to contact a developer
ing together to a team as soon as possible, he
who submitted a proposal
dinner in the Town of said.
last year to restore it.
Pleasant Springs. They Verona coach Dave
Others say the council
were attempting to turn Nelson was clearly emo-
hasnt given a clear direc-
around in the 1900 block tional when asked about
tive to the RDA about what
of Skyline Drive when the Stoughton teams sit-
to do with the building,
a Jeep Cherokee driven uation.
which was the primary
by a 17-year-old Stough- Our thoughts and
factory building at 501 E.
ton High School student prayers go out to them,
South St. in a complex of
struck the Honda Civic he said. Cross country
six buildings spread across
they were in, according to is a very close-knit fami-
9.2 acres.
a DCSO release. ly. There is no defense in
Either way, it will be
One of the passengers cross country, so you can
expensive estimates for
Photo by Amber Levenhagen in the Honda Civic was never stop someone from
demolition are at least $1
Kindergartner Chloe Pallangyo embraces her friend, first-grade student Lilly Bergeson-Gallun transported to a local hos- doing their best. Were
million, and restoring the
before their first day of school at Sandhill Elementary School. pital by MedFlight with really pulling for them
structure could cost twice
life-threatening injuries, and the whole Stoughton

Back to school
as much. The answer will
the DCSO said. Three community.
ultimately depend on how
alders see the values of the On the web others in the Civic and
the sole occupant of the
My kid is a senior.
She goes to these team
community and the urgency
Cherokee were taken to dinners. It could be any-
to get the riverfront devel- See more photos from the first
The school year kicked off with a chilly yet sunny morning day at Sandhill: a hospital with what the one of us. Your heart lit-
opment moving.
Tuesday. Parents and students gathered in front of Sandhill release called minor inju- erally breaks. All of this
While the RDA owns
the building, the coun- Elementary School for pictures and heartfelt goodbyes before ries. is meaningless compared
heading into the classrooms. As of Tuesday to that.
cil has voted to prevent its
demolition, and the Land-
marks Commission which
could give it a protective
historic designation has
been waiting on the coun-
Rocks are rollin as craze catches on around Stoughton
cil for more certain direc- SCOTT DE LARUELLE
tion. Council votes have Unified Newspaper Group
On the Web County also has a group Dane
County ROCKS! which started
summer months. And it encourag-
es exercise!
been split on the issue for in spring. Nisius-Oppeneer said the rocks
months, and the division To find out more about Stoughton Rocks,
Paint, Hide, Hunt, Find, Share. visit
Some folks were talking about provide a form of art therapy,
and uncertainty caused the Its all pretty simple for the lat- painting rocks and mentioned which is helpful to everyone.
projects lead developer to est craze sweeping the area peo- the Dane County group on one of It helps with anxiety by calm-
withdraw. ple decorating rocks and leaving groups/1426847177362239/ the Facebook Stoughton Neigh- ing one down and distracting indi-
The hope is that the them in a variety of public places borhood Groups, Nisius-Oppe- viduals, she said.
Sept. 13 joint meeting of for others to find and relocate. neer told the Hub in an email. I Cheryl Schumacher said she and
the Common Council It didnt take long for Rock thought it would bring a nice sense her kids Isaac, Gavin and Amelia
as an informal commit- Fever to spread to Stoughton in Art Abandonment Community on of community to our little town as have had lots of fun this summer
tee of the whole and the July, Jeani Nisius-Oppeneer start- Facebook, and already the group well as be a low cost fun thing for
ed the Stoughton, WI Rocks and has more than 800 members. Dane kids and families to do over the Turn to Rocks/Page 2
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Fire departments respond

to Brick House fire Photo by Jeremy Jones
Stoughton Fire Department Captain Scott Broughton
walks out of Brick House Food and Spirits following a
structure fire Thursday, Aug. 31.
A pot full of oil (in the background) was responsi-
ble for the fire, which was under control in about five
minutes, Stoughton Fire Chief Scott Wegner said.
The Stoughton and McFarland Fire Departments both
responded to the fire, along with an EMS crew. Four
people inside the restaurant, including a manager, report-
ed smoke inhalation but refused treatment.

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think the community might be interested in, send it to us and
well use it if we can. You can submit it on our website at, email to editor Jim Ferolie at stough- or drop off electronic media at our
office at 135 W. Main St. Questions? Call 873-6671.

Rocks: Kids, parents find family fun, stress relief through rock fever
Continued from page 1 results. Its fun seeing all the the outing was a great end to
different art medias that are an otherwise stressful day
making, finding and hiding being used to decorate the It was a fun way to relieve
rocks. She said its been a rocks. some of that as a family, she
great positive and creative Patrice Bennett and her told the Hub in an email.
outlet for the whole fami- son, Drake, 7, joined the Once they found their first
ly. Stoughton group about a rock, they kept going and
After the rocks are dec- month ago and said painting were so excited. This is such
orated, its fun hiding them and hiding the rocks together a fun way to keep the com-
and at the same time it feels has been an uplifting happy munity involved, connected,
like we are on a treasure hunt activity, with the bonus being uplift our spirits and moods,
for more, she told the Hub when someone finds one and as well as get people moving
in an email. We check the puts a photo up. and out of the house.
Facebook page every cou- When Drake found one a Pam Weeden is going to
ple days to see if any of our couple weeks ago he was just start hiding her first set of
rocks are found. It sure is a thrilled, she said, rocks later this week. She
great feeling when you see Last week, when Ben- said she decided to join in
them in other peoples pho- nett was downtown, she saw the fun because she has 10
tos. some kids looking around grandchildren.
The Schumachers used lampposts, and asked if They love hunting rocks,
fingernail polish as paint they were looking for rocks. so it encouraged me to paint
for their first batch and have They were, and one of them rocks for children here in
been experimenting ever showed her a recent find. Stoughton, she told the Hub
since. It was one I had painted in an email.
I saw on Pinterest a way during my first batch, she
to drip polish in a bowl of said. Wow! Email Unified Newspaper
water and dip a rock in the Angela Uecker and her Group reporter Scott De Photos submitted
bowl, she said .It was a children Summer and Easton Laruelle at scott. The Schumachers used fingernail polish as paint for their first batch of rocks.
great way to use up some went rock-hunting for the
old polish and we loved the first time last week. She said

The proper way to Rock Out

Rocks can be found at local hardware/landscape stores.
Chalet Veterinary Clinic Rinse the rocks and let them dry.
Family Pet Care at its Best Acrylic paints seem to work best for brushing. You can
also spray paint rocks first for a solid color background.
1621 E. Main St., Stoughton Paint pens and fine tip Sharpies work great for detail.
(608) 873-8112 Once youre done painting your rock, its recommended
to seal it before hiding it to protect your art from the
elements. A spray clear sealant works well, but note that
it can sometimes make Sharpies run. Mod Podge is wa-
ter-based, so be advised it may not hold up in the weather
outside however, you could seal the Sharpie with Mod
Podge, then coat the entire thing with the spray sealant.
Make sure to write Dane County ROCKS and Facebook
on the back of your rock so when someone finds it, they
can find our group page! Photo submitted
Jack Dedie, 6, and mom Megan Schroeter found this rock
(From Dane County ROCKS! Facebook page) while exploring the Memory Garden on S. Page St. Now they

Mon. - Fri. 7:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. collect blank canvas rocks to paint and hide in various
public places in town.
Sat. 7:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

McFarland State Bank is proud to announce Ami Myrlands promotion

to Chief Financial Officer. Most recently the banks Controller and a 13-year
financial services veteran, Ami joined the bank in 2011. She shared that, I am
extremely humbled and honored to serve as Chief Financial Officer for our
bank. Im confident that our forward-looking initiatives will make McFarland
Community Banking Since 1904 State Bank the best bank for our clients and our employees.
Ami serves as a board member for the Wisconsin Chapter of Financial
Managers Society (FMS), has been involved with the United Way, and the
Congratulations, American Banking Associations (ABA) Accounting Committee. She earned her
Ami Myrland! bachelors degree from Edgewood College in Accounting and Finance.
Originally from Clinton, Wisconsin, Ami resides in Belleville with her husband
and their two sons.
Member FDIC Equal Housing Lender
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Asked and Answered
New church aims
Main Street demolition still to open next month
waiting on Planning approval
Calvary Gospel plans
to locate in former
Program (CIP) for drug
and alcohol rehabilitation.
More than 600 people
have participated in class-
Unified Newspaper Group Victorias es at the Madison location,
Question: Whats the Thomas said. It also plans
latest on the proposed AMBER LEVENHAGEN to offer Financial Peace
demolition of a building at Unified Newspaper Group U n iv e r s i t y, a p r o g r a m
the corner of 4th and Main designed to help manage
in Stoughton? The Rev. Richard Thom- finances.
Ive been watching the as has been with Calvary Monday, the Planning
reporting in the Stough- Gospel Church in Madison Commission will con-
ton Courier Hub, and my for almost 40 years. sider approving a con-
understanding is that dem- He plans to return to ditional use permit and
olition has been autho- S t o u g h t o n n ex t m o n t h site plan that would allow
rized but that a proposed with his wife Peggy as the church to open at the
park type replacement lead pastor of the churchs planned location. The per-
on the site was reviewed new location. Its planned mit would allow the church
and initially not authorized to open in mid-October at on the existing zoning, as
and sent back for revision 1501 E. Main St., and will the building was previous-
to meet council require- replace the former Victo- ly a series of restaurants.
ments. rias if it clears the citys Renovations have been
Photo by Amber Levenhagen underway inside the build-
Answer: The Planning permitting process, which
The demolition of the vacant building at 315 E. Main St. has been highly debated since it starts next week. ing for the last few weeks.
Commission has not yet was first introduced at the Planning Commission meeting in January.
authorized a site plan. The church was estab- Thomas originally came
Discussions around the approved the Kittlesons City attorney Matt legal judgment. I dont see lished in Madison in 1944 to Stoughton when he and
property at 315 E. Main demolition application Dregne said after dis- that changing. and now has over 1,000 his wife built a house in
St. have been ongoing contingent on the appli- covering discrepancies He also determined members. The new Stough- 1995 and started a home
since early this year, when cants providing a detailed in the citys zoning code the Kittlesons lot may ton church is part of a church with 18-20 mem-
owners Dennis and Amy landscaping map to the about the process for not be used as a park, but plan by Calvary Gospel to bers. At a meeting in Octo-
Kittleson informed the city commission. approving demolitions, may be allowed to remain open 20 churches by 2025, ber 2016, he said God had
they wanted to demolish The Kittlesons told he determined the Plan- vacant once the building is Thomas said. called him back to Stough-
an existing building and the Hub last week they ning Commission, instead demolished. The church is expected ton.
leave the lot vacant. Their still plan to demolish the of the Common Council, He said parks may be to accommodate around 90 We really want to be
intent was to allow people building and leave the has authority to make the established only on public people. Pews were donated part of the Stoughton com-
to use the property as sort lot vacant, but each time approval. property. by Plymouth Congrega- munity, Thomas told the
of an informal park. they submit a landscaping I have consistently If they just want to tional Church in Madison. Hub. The bottom line is
The couple submitted map, the commission has laid out an explanation of take down the building Sunday services are set we want to help people and
an application for project requested changes. why, in my opinion, it is and maintain the lot as a for 9a.m. and Bible study were looking forward to
review, as required by city They said theyre unsure the Planning Commission vacant lot, I think thats at 7p.m. Thursdays. seeing what the power of
ordinances, along with a when the matter will be that makes the decision, legal, Dregne said. In addition to regular God will do.
$400 fee in April. Thats resolved, and hope to dis- Dregne told the Hub last services, the church also
also when the Planning cuss it with the city attor- week. There still may Contact Bill Livick at bill. has implemented a nation- Contact Amber Levenha-
Commission conduct- ney and Mayor Donna be people who think Im wide Christian Intervention gen at amber.levenhagen@
ed a public hearing and Olson. wrong, but thats my best

Wal-Mart introduces new pickup service

Goodwill seeks Building, 321 S. Fourth St.
Nowlen joins UNG
Chuck Nowlen has joined Oregon Observer before
The citys Public Safe-
approval at new ty committee considered On the agenda the staff of Unified News-
paper Group.
they were part of UNG.
Nowlen joins UNG to
allowing alcohol in the
location grocery pickup service - Public hearing for a conditional use permit and site Nowlen, who moved back replace Samantha Christian,
AMBER LEVENHAGEN but recommended against to the Mad- who covered Oregon and
plan approval to install a fuel center for Pick n Save, ison area Fitchburg community news.
Unified Newspaper Group it. Monday, the Planning
Commission will be asked 1750 Hwy. 51 and 138 earlier this Nowlen will continue that
Wa l - M a r t s p l a n s t o to approve a request to con- - Public hearing for a conditional use permit to allow year, brings coverage.
begin a new online-based struct a pickup area on the a broad range The other communi-
in-vehicle grocery pickup south side of the store. a building addition for Conant Automotive Inc., 1324 of experience ty reporters, Amber Lev-
service are part of the Plan- The service, which was Hwy. 51 and 138 in the news- enhagen and Helu Wang,
ning Commissions reviews scheduled to begin opera- paper indus- will continue their focuses
tion Sept. 7, lets customers
- Public hearing to rezone 314 W. Main St. from try to the on Stoughton and Verona,
Monday, Sept. 11. Nowlen
The commission will order their groceries days planned business to multi-family residential. community respectively.
also consider additions ahead of time and pick them reporter posi- Nowlen can be reached
- Site plan for grocery pickup addition at Wal-Mart, tion. That includes a past at charles.nowlen@wcinet.
to Goodwill which is up outside the store without
planned to fill the remain- leaving their vehicles. Its 2600 Hwy. 51 and 138 four-year stint at the Fitch- com.
ing section of the former already in operation in 37 burg Star, Verona Press and - Scott Girard
Wal-Mart location and a states but not yet Wiscon-
new church. sin.
The commission will
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The former Wal-Mart is
under construction; Trac- consider approving Wal-
tor Supply Company will Marts request to build
fill half of the building that 2,012 square-foot addition
has been empty for sever- and 10 covered parking
al months after Wal-Mart spots. Assisting planning

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in April. the Hub construction would
The commission meet- begin as soon as possible.
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Sept. 11, in the Council Contact Amber Levenha-
Chambers on the second gen at amber.levenhagen@

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Letters to the editor

Thanks from former resident
Recently, lifes journey has great school district and by the
taken me to a new place after 31 quality of our volunteer accom-
years of life and memories spent plishments.
raising a family in the city of I want to give special thanks to
Stoughton. my spiritual community of Christ
A thank you to so many. Also, Lutheran Church. Another exam-
a salute to a culture of commu- ple of the Stoughton Spirit is
nity that one can only appreciate my friends and neighbors. They
by living in the community for exemplify the Stoughton way of
an extended time. living a sermon.
That culture is reflected in Lastly, a thank you to the place
many ways including the quality I will always hold dear, Stough-
and integrity of our police and ton.
fire departments. It is also evi- Mike Bettilyon
denced by city government, our Village of Williams Bay

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Obituaries September 7, 2017 Stoughton Courier Hub 5
Thomas H. Arneson surrounded by his fami- His joy was keeping Bartelt of Stoughton. He Sandra K. Lynch bowling, cooking and were
ly on Tuesday, Aug. 29, lawns trimmed in Stough- spent his best times with active participants in the
2017. ton Parks. He also enjoyed his seven grandchildren Lions Club.
Thomas was born on holiday get-togethers, and four great grandchil- Sandra is survived by
Feb. 14, 1945, in Stough- g o l fi n g , a n d wa t c h i n g dren. her husband, Larry; two
ton, the son of Howard Antique Shows. He had He is preceded in death step-children, Linda (Jim)
and Evelyn Arneson. tremendous love for the by his parents. Link and Bret Lynch; five
Thomas lived and Chicago Bears and Cubs. The family would like step-grandchildren, Grace
attended Stoughton He married Irene Bar- to thank Agrace for all Link, Erica (Justin) Wiley,
Schools and graduated telt on Dec. 23, 1991 after their help and support. Kristin (Chris) Onsrud,
with a bachelors degree a long unity. Together A private Celebration of Rene and Tyler Lynch;
from Milton College. He they raised 5 children, Life will be held. step-great-grandchildren,
went on to work for the Jane Arneson of Chesa- Please share your mem- Dominick Landowski and
Stoughton Police Depart- peake, VA., Paul Arne- ories at cressfuneralser- Casey Quam; and sisters-in-
Thomas Arneson ment, Sheriff Department, son of Stoughton, David Sandra Lynch law, Pamela Danielsen and
Kayser Auto, Stoughton (Hope) Bartelt of Stough- Cress Funeral Home Patricia Dittman. She was
Thomas Howard Arne- Hub, and served on City ton, Peter (Kari) Bartelt 206 W. Prospect St. Sandra K. Sandy Lynch, preceded in death by her
son, age 72, passed away Council for Stoughton. of Stoughton, Kristina Stoughton, WI 53589 age 71, of Stoughton, passed parents; and her son, Shawn
away on Thursday, Aug. 31, Schmick.
2017, after a long illness. A Memorial Gathering
She was born on Nov. will be held at Gunderson
5, 1945, in Pekin, Ill., the Stoughton Funeral & Cre-
daughter of Earl & Velma mation Care, 1358 Hwy.
Hodson. 51 North at Jackson St.,
Ronald N. Nelson Rehabilitation. his son David to start H e wa s p r e c e d e d i n Sandy lived in Pekin, Ill.,
He was born on July 21, farming. death by his parents; sis- Stoughton, from 4-7p.m.,
until her marriage to Larry on Thursday, Sept. 7, 2017.
1932, in Stoughton, the Ronald always loved ter-in-law, Katherine Nel- Lynch on Jan. 5, 1982. They
son of Alvie and Myrtle t o fi x t h i n g s . H e wa s son; brother, Raymond Online condolences may
began their new life togeth- be made at gundersonfh.
(Neath) Nelson. Ronald very family oriented and (Noreen) Nelson. er in Florida where they
graduated from Stoughton thought the world of his Funeral services will com.
lived for 20 years. Sandy Gunderson Stoughton
High School in 1950. He granddaughters. Ronald be held at Gunderson was employed as a property
married Evonne Brough- was a very kind-hearted Stoughton Funeral Home, Funeral & Cremation
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in the Air Force National by his wife, Evonne; son, held at the funeral home 608-873-4590
they enjoyed water sports,
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Coming up Community calendar

Thursday, September 7
Fish boil Naeseth Library with a program at the Youth embroidery 1-5 p.m., Personal Essentials Pantry, 343 E. Main St.,
Sons of Norway-Mandt Lodge start-
A Norwegian fish boil will be ing at 5:30p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 13, Sons of Norway-Mandt Lodge will
held at West Koshkonong Church, at the Lodge, 317 S. Page St. host a youth hardanger embroidery 6:30-8 p.m., Adult Craft Club: Dye it, library, 873-6281
1911 Koshkonong Road, from 4:30- Jerry Paulson will share informa- class at the lodge, 317 S. Page St., Friday, September 8
7:30p.m. Friday, Sept. 8. tion about the resources that NAGC from 1-3p.m. Sunday, Sept. 17.
Boiled cod, potatoes, carrots, The class will introduce youth to 7 a.m. to 1 p.m., Stoughton Farmers Market, Stough-
and NL offer, how to get started on ton Plaza, 1050 W. Main St.,
onions, cole slaw, bread and Nor- genealogy research and what services the basic kloster blocks (satin stitch),
wegian goodies will be available. buttonhole stitch, eyelets, cutting and skmarket
are available at the center. 9:30-10 a.m., Family yoga, library, 873-6281
A portion of the proceeds will go to An optional potluck begins at needleweaving. The satin stitch is the
the Stoughton Special Olympics, basic stitch of Hardanger embroidery 4:30 p.m., 5:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m., Fish Boil ( $14
5:30p.m. Beverages and tableware advance, $15 at door, 6-12 $5, 5 and under free),
Deerfield Community Center and St. will be provided. and the kloster block is the foundation.
Coletta of Wisconsin. A bake/craft Hardanger embroidery originated in West Koshkonong Church, 1911 Koshkonong Road,
For information, contact Darlene 873-9456
sale begins at 4p.m. Arneson at arnesonfamily5@gmail. the district of Hardanger in southwest-
Tickets can be purchased at the com or 873-7209. ern Norway. It is used to decorate the Saturday, September 9
church office, Nordic Nook and All in traditional costume, bunad, and since 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Stoughton Community Farm-
the Family Hair Care. Tickets are $14 St. Anns 5K the late 1800s as decoration for home ers Market, Forrest Street (North of Main St.), stough-
in advance and $15 at the door. Car- Runners and walkers from all com- furnishings.
ry-outs are available for $15. Children munities and religions can participate Cost is $10 and can be paid at arriv-
6-12 are $5. Ages 5 and under are al. All materials are included. To reg- Tuesday, September 12
in the St. Anns Church Fall Festival
free. 5K run and walk Saturday, Sept. 16, ister, contact co-youth director Sandy 12:30 p.m., Womens lunch ($10), Stoughton Country
For information, call 873-9456. starting and finishing at St. Anns Fleming at 920-248-2470 or email san- Club, 3165 Shadyside Dr., 835-9421 Include name, 1-2 p.m., Culture presentation: Indonesia, senior cen-
Womens lunch Catholic Church parking lot, 323 N.
address, email, phone and youths age. ter, 873-8585
Van Buren St.
The Oregon Town and Country
Womens Club will host a luncheon,
Registration begins at 7:30a.m. and Freedom Through Forgiveness Wednesday, September 13
the race start is at 830a.m. 9:30-10 a.m., Family yoga, library, 873-6281
open to area women, at the Stoughton Packet pickup is 5-7p.m. Wednes- Registration is open for a free series
Country Club, 3165 Shadyside Drive, of classes offered at Stoughton Hos- 5:30 p.m., Norwegian geneaology program, Sons of
day, Sept. 13 or prior to the race on Norway-Mandt Lodge, 317 S. Page St., 873-7209
Stoughton, at 12:30p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 16. Entry fee is $16. Mail reg- pital, 900 Ridge St., called Freedom
Sept. 12. istration can be sent to the church. Through Forgiveness. The series of Thursday, September 14
Entertainment will be provided by Shirts are available on a first come, six classes will be held from 6:30-8 6:30 p.m., Thursdays With Murder: Mysteries of
area line dancers. There will also be a first serve basis. p.m. Wednesdays, Sept. 20 through Michael Connelly by Harry Bosch, library, 873-6281
50/50 raffle. Medals will be awarded to the top Oct. 25.
Tickets are $10 per person. To make three youths and the top three male Instructor Tim Markle will teach Friday, September 15
a reservation, call Sue Capelle at 835- and female participants. methods of working towards forgive- 7 a.m. to 1 p.m., Stoughton Farmers Market, Stough-
9421. For information about registration ness and learning to live a forgiving ton Plaza, 1050 W. Main St.,
life. To register, visit stoughtonhos- skmarket
Norwegian Genealogy or volunteering, call or email Sara and click on classes and 9:30-10 a.m., Family yoga, library, 873-6281
Kluender at
Learn more about Norwegian or 772-8442. events. 10-11 a.m., Scholarly Scoop presentation by Joshua
American Genealogy Center and For information, call 873-2356. Mabie, senior center, 873-8585
1 p.m., Classic Movie Friday: Roman Holiday, senior
center, 873-8585
Bahai Faith Covenant Lutheran Church Seventh Day Baptist
For information: Alfred Skerpan, 877-0911 1525 N. Van Buren St., Stoughton 873-7494 Church of Albion Saturday, September 16
or Gail and Greg Gagnon, 873-9225 616 Albion Rd., Edgerton 8:30-10:30 a.m., St. Anns Church fall festival 5K Stoughton study classes. Saturday: 5:30 p.m. Worship 561-7450 run/walk ($16, registration required), St. Anns Cath-
Sunday: 9:30 a.m. Worship olic Church parking lot, 323 N. Van Buren St., klu-
Bible Baptist Church 10 a.m. Sunday School Worship Saturday 11- Sabbath School 10
2095 Hwy. W, Utica
Fellowship Meal follows service on first Sabbath
873-7077 423-3033 Ezra Church 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Stoughton Community Farm-
Sunday: 10 a.m. - Worship; 6 p.m. - Worship 515 E. Main St., Stoughton 834-9050 Stoughton Baptist Church ers Market, Forrest Street (North of Main St.), stough- Corner of Williams Dr. & Cty. B, Stoughton
Christ Lutheran Church Sunday: 9 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. 873-6517 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Stoughton VFW Pig Roast and
700 Hwy. B, Stoughton Sunday: 10:30 a.m. - Worship; Cruise in, Stoughton VFW, 200 Veterans Road, 873-
873-9353 e-mail: First Lutheran Church 6 p.m. - Evening Service 9042
Sunday worship times: 8 a.m. and 10:30 a.m., 310 E. Washington, Stoughton
6 p.m., Bingo (food available at 5 p.m.), Sons of Nor-
9:10 a.m. family express worship, 873-7761 St. Ann Catholic Church way-Mandt Lodge, 317 South Page St., 873-7209
9:40 a.m. Sunday school. Sunday: 8:30 & 10 a.m. worship 323 N. Van Buren St., Stoughton

Christ the King Community Fulton Church

873-6448 873-7633 Sunday, September 17
Weekday Mass: Nazareth House 1-3 p.m., Youth Hardanger embroidery class ($10,
Church 9209 Fulton St., Edgerton and St. Anns Church
401 W. Main St., Stoughton 877-0303 884-8512 registration required), Sons of Norway-Mandt Lodge,
Weekend Mass: Saturday - 5:15 p.m.; 317 S. Page St., 248-2470 Sunday: 10 a.m. - Worship Sunday: 8 and 10:30 a.m. Worship Services Sunday - 8 and 10:30 a.m.
Christian Assembly Church
Coffee Fellowship: 9 a.m. Monday, September 18
Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. United Methodist of Stoughton 7 p.m.,Stoughton School Board meeting, SASD
1844 Williams Drive, Stoughton 873-9106 Varsity (High Schoolers): 12-3 p.m. 525 Lincoln Avenue, Stoughton
Saturday: 6 p.m. worship; Sunday: 10 a.m. AWANA (age 2-middle school): 3-5 p.m.
Administration Building, 320 North St., 877-5000
worship Tuesday, September 19
Good Shepherd By The Lake Sunday: 8 a.m. - Short Service;
The Church of Jesus Christ Lutheran Church 5:30-7 p.m., Alzheimers presentation by Martin J.
10 a.m. - Full Worship Schrieber (registration required), Stoughton Hospital,
of Latter-day Saints 1860 Hwy. 51 at Lake Kegonsa, Stoughton
825 S. Van Buren, Stoughton 873-5924 West Koshkonong Lutheran Church 900 Ridge St., 873-2356
877-0439 Missionaries 957-3930 Sunday Worship: 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. 1911 Koshkonong, Stoughton
Sunday: 9 a.m. Sunday school and Primary Adult Bible Study: 9:15-9:45 a.m. Sunday: 10:30 a.m. - Worship
Cooksville Lutheran Church LakeView Church
11927 W. Church St., Evansville
Western Koshkonong
2200 Lincoln Ave., Stoughton
882-4408 873-9838
Lutheran Church
2633 Church St., Cottage Grove
Support groups
Pastor Karla Brekke Sunday: 9:30 a.m. Worship
Sunday: 10 a.m. Worship and Sunday School Sunday: 9:30 a.m. worship
11 a.m. Bible study
Diabetic Support Group Low Vision Support
6 p.m., second Monday, 1-2:30 p.m., third Thurs-
Stoughton Hospital, 628- day, senior center, 873-
6500 8585
Look for the Helpers
Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: Dementia Caregivers Parkinsons Group
to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep one- 2 p.m., second Thursday, 1:30-2:30 p.m., fourth
873-4590 self from being polluted by the world. James 1:27 NIV senior center, 873-8585 Wednesday, senior center,
1358 Hwy 51, Stoughton Crohns/Colitis/IBD
Fred Rogers, the creator and host of Mister Rogers Neighbor- Support Group Multiple Sclerosis Group
Pete Gunderson
hood, reported that his mother had once said that whenever 10-11:30 a.m., second
Mike Smits Dale Holzhuter
something horrible happens, something tragic or catastrophic, to 5:30 p.m., third Wednes-
Martha Paton, Administrative Manager
always look for the helpers. They may be on the sidelines, or even day, Stoughton Hospital, Tuesday, senior center,

Sara Paton Barkenhagen, Administrative Assistant

Paul Selbo, Funeral Assistant behind the scenes, but they will always be there, and this gives us 873-7928 873-8585 reason for hope. No matter how many times we see these horrific Grief Support Groups Anorexia and Bulimia Group
terror attacks which kill innocent people, among them often chil- 2 p.m., third Wednesday, 6 p.m., first Thursday,
dren, we will see the helpers rushing to the scene to do whatever senior center, 873-8585 Stoughton Hospital, 628-
they can. Natural disasters are the same. People from around the 6500
world will offer their time and money, and often their very lives to
help others, and this should give us hope for humanity. Despite
our pettiness, our pugnacious tendencies and our downright de-
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Girls tennis Girls golf

Adjusting on the fly Vikings look

to progress
to successful
Sports editor

Lydia Brekkens transition from No. 2 singles

to the top of the lineup hasnt been without its
challenges. Tuesday, however, the junior rallied
from an early deficit to help the Stoughton girls ANTHONY IOZZO
tennis team pull out a 4-3 Badger South dual Assistant sports editor
meet victory over rival Oregon.
Brekken fell behind 5-4 in the first set but came The Stoughton High
back to defeat Oregon senior Jules Gerhard 7-5, School girls golf team is just
6-1 at No. 1 singles. a few weeks away from the
I was a little too aggressive to start, Brekken postseason, but coach Ste-
said. I calmed down and played a lot more con- phen Stokes said the team is
sistent. coming together nicely.
Coach Ryan Reischel said while he wants play- Stokes said the play from
ers to hit high-percentage shots to start a match, the top three players junior
clearing the net by a lot and playing through the B r e Vi ke n , s o p h o m o r e
middle, Brekken was hitting a lot of hard drive Myranda Kotlowski and
balls with no spin. freshman Caylie Kotlowski
It was high risk, high return, Reischel said. has been solid and has helped
Thats great as the match gets going and you with the success so far this
find your rhythm. She wasnt finding her rhythm season.
and building up to that crescendo. The only blemish in the
The Vikings had a few hiccups atop the dou- Badger South is a dual loss
bles lineup as well, but earned wins at No. 1 and to Milton, which is ranked
2 doubles. No. 1 in the Wisconsin High
Seniors Ashley Fisher and Stacy Benoy won School Golf Coaches and the
6-3, 6-3 over juniors Sophia Choles and Ashley AP polls. Stoughton defeated
Johnson Madison Edgewood in a dual
Senior Paige Halverson and sophomore Karlie earlier this season for just the
Halverson rolled in the first set and then held on second time in the programs
in the second 6-2, 7-5 against Katie Reisdorf and history, as well.
Kailey OBrien at No. 2 doubles. A big reason for that is
Frehsman Annika Goetz cruised to a 6-1, 6 -1 the quick maturity by Caylie
victory over Rachell Depuydt at No. 4 singles Kotlowski, who shot a career-
It wasnt all smooth sailing for the Vikings, best 37 to help beat Edge-
though as Krissy Pohlod and Kayla Rippe lost wood. She has even played at
6-4, 6-3 and 4-6, 6-2, 6-2 at No. 2 and 3 singles. the No. 1 spot this season.
Katie Zacharias and Emily Erdahl fell 6-4, 6-4 at She is definitely not play-
No. 3 doubles. ing like a freshman, Stokes
said. She has come in and
Turn to Tennis/Page 10 has done a fantastic job.
C a y l i e s o l d e r s i s t e r
Myranda is also improving
Whats next from last season, slated as
the No. 2 golfer for much of
Stoughton travels to Ahuska Park for a the season, and Viken is back
to 100 percent after missing
4:15p.m. Badger South dual meet Thursday Photo by Jeremy Jones
against Monona Grove. Junior Lydia Brekken returns a shot Tuesday evening against Oregons Jules Gerhard. Brekken won Turn to Golf/Page 9
the match 7-5, 6-1 as Stoughton beat the visiting Panthers 4-3 in the Badger South dual.

Home Talent League

Merchants close in on first championship in three decades
Sports editor
Whats next
Stoughton Home Talent has
relied on big innings and extra Stoughton travels to Montello
base hits all season. In the teams at 1p.m. Sunday with a chance
biggest game of the year so far and to wrap up their first Home Tal-
with runs at a premium, the Mer- ent League championship in 31
chants went back to what they do
best. years.
Sunday at Norske Park, Ryan
Nyhagen hit two of the teams four
solo home runs and Stoughton held hit, Seffens said. At this point, all
on for a 4-2 win over Middleton of the junk-ball pitchers are gone
behind ace Ben Riffle in the second and thats what gives us problems.
round of the Home Talent League Fastballs, weve been sitting on
Grand Championship series. those all season long.
The win moved the Merchants, Lund had just missed a couple
who play Sunday at Montel- fastballs in his previous at bats
lo, within one game of their first when he hit his shot. He stood at
championship since 1986. home plate while the ball sailed
You can tell these guys want over the left-center field score-
it so bad, Nyhagen said. This board for the go-ahead run.
opportunity doesnt come along It felt great. I knew it was gone
very often Stoughton has only right off the bat, he said.
won two titles (1945 and 1986). In addition to Nyhagens insur- Photo by Jeremy Jones
With the game tied 2-2 after an ance run in the eighth, he also hit a Ryan Nyhagen (left) celebrates with Dave Hanson (center) and the rest of the Merchants at home plate follow-
RBI single by Middleton pinch hit- solo home run in the bottom of the ing his second solo home run Sunday. Stoughton beat Middleton 4-2 in the second round of the Home Talent
ter Jeff Schaefer in the top of the fourth two batters ahead of Max League Grand Championship.
eighth, Chris Lund and Nyhagen Fuller, who also went deep to
went to work with back-to-back give Stoughton a 2-0 lead.
solo home runs in the bottom half Theyve been doing it all year, heart of our order. You know it just pitches out, and they keep doing his first at-bat.
of the inning off Ben Farrell. but its still amazing to see, pitch- takes one pitch to change a game. it. (Ben) Farrell grooved a fastball
I dont think there are any er Ben Riffle said of his team- At this point, I think we are all Typically not a first-pitch hitter,
pitchers in this league that we cant mates. Youre just waiting for the expecting those guys to hit those Nyhagen changed his strategy after Turn to HTL/Page 9
8 September 7, 2017 Stoughton Courier Hub


Vikings shut out Edgewood in conference opener

Sports editor
Whats next
Injuries limited the
action senior running Stoughton hosts Milton
back Brady Schipper (3-0 overall, 1-0 Badger
saw through the first two South) at 7p.m. Friday.
weeks for the Stoughton
football team.
Schipper was the focal
p o i n t o f t h e Vi k i n g s quarter to help Stough-
offense on Friday, how- ton take a 17-0 lead into
ever, rushing 28 times for halftime. He later added
four touchdowns and 255 touchdown runs of 33 and
yards. The performance 3 yards in the second half.
was more than enough to Nathan Hutcherson add-
carry Stoughton to a 37-0 ed a 76-yards punt return
shutout over Madison touchdown in the third
Edgewood to the open the quarter.
Badger South Conference Stoughton quarterback
season. Jonathan Malueg finished
H av i n g B r a d y b a c k 6 for 15 with 67 yards
is huge for our offense. passing. Max Fernholz
Teams have to respect Jor- caught two balls for 37
dan DiBenedetto and the yards. Jack McNeil went 3
rest our wide receivers so for 12 with 68 yards pass-
that also helps open the ing for Edgewood, includ-
box for Schipper and our ing a 54 yards completion
r u n g a m e , c o a c h D a n to Jackson Wendler.
Prahl said. Stoughton lost two big
Stoughton, which had pieces up front, Marcus
322 total yards of offense, Martingilio and Elijah
improved to 3-0 overall Krumholz.
(1-0 conference) with the Were pretty banged up
v i c t o r y. T h e C r u s a d e r s right now and need to take
had four first downs and care of our bodies and get
87 yards of offense as they guys to the game on Fri-
fell to 0-3, 0-1. days, Prahl said.
Schipper scored on The injuries come with a Photo by Joe Koshollek
touchdown runs of 44 and Senior running back Brady Schipper advances through a tackle attempt with a stiff arm to Edgewoods Murphy Penwell (25)
35 yards in the second in the first quarter. The Vikings won 37-0.
Turn to Football/Page 10

Girls swimming Boys soccer

Vikings third at Swimmin Women Relay Strong second half leads Stoughton
JEREMY JONES over Janesville Parker on Thursday
Sports editor Whats next ANTHONY IOZZO
Stoughton won two events and finished
in the top five of five more Thursday at the
Stoughton hosts Badger South new- Assistant sports editor Whats next
Swimmin Women Relays. The performance comer Watertown at 6p.m. Tuesday, The Stoughton High School boys soc-
Sept. 12. Stoughton hosts Madison Edgewood at
helped the Vikings finish third with 112 cer team is learning how to play together
points. as a team, and it showed in a 7-3 win at 7p.m. Thursday in a Badger South Con-
This team of girls is coming together nonconference Janesville Parker Thurs- ference match and travels to nonconfer-
beautifully, and theres nothing like a relay junior and senior free relay, posting a meet- day. ence Verona at 7p.m. Monday, Sept. 11.
meet to showcase that, coach Katie Tal- best time of 1:51.11. The Vikings (3-4 overall) fell behind
madge said. We did great with our finishes This is a group of 30 very hard-work- 2-0 with two free kick goals in the second The Vikings travel to Badger South rival
this week and were going into this next week ing, classy young ladies who really want to minute by Cesar Garcia, and the Vikings Milton at 7p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 12.
with focus on our turns. achieve their goals together, Talmadge said. have trailed at halftime in each game this
Defending Division 2 state champion Mad- I have faith that when they work together, season.
ison Edgewood won the meet with 144, edg- believe in each other, and lift each other up; Garcia added a third goal on a penal-
ing last years D2 runner-up McFarland by that they can do anything they put their minds ty kick in the 36th minute to make it 3-1 instead of being upset when things go
two points. to. Parker. wrong.
Stoughtons 400-yard freestyle relay of Stoughton trailed 3-2 at halftime, with It is just a matter of laerning that you
Maddie and Abbie Kooima, Evelyn Schaefer
Edgewood 114, Stoughton 56 goals by sophomore Colin Holtan (27th have to play as a team and understand
and Sofia Bormett came in under last years Stoughton traveled to defending WIAA minute) and senior Zander Hartberg (38th that everyone is going to make mistakes
state qualifying standard, pacing the field in 3 Division 2 state champion Madison Edge- minute). Senior captain Jake Deutsch had but you have to capitalize on taking
minutes, 52.26 seconds. wood on Tuesday for a Badger South dual an assist on Hartbergs goal. advantage of the other teams mistakes
All they need to do is have safe relay meet and lost 114-56. But then everything changed in the sec- instead of worrying about your own mis-
exchanges and be competitive at sectionals The Vikings best finish came in the 100 fly ond half. The Vikings scored five times takes, Wermuth said.
in that event, and I think we can look forward where Amy Schlicht, Ava Schigur and Sophia and held Parker scoreless.
to a state 400 free relay this year, Talmadge Thompson went 2-3-4. Senior captain Anders Goetz tied the
Stoughton 2, Waunakee 0
said. These four arent all we have in that Schlicht led the way with a 1:03.87, fin- game in the 50th minute with an assist The Vikings traveled to Waunakee for a
event either, so I expect some healthy compe- ishing .23 behind Edgewoods Issy Peterson. to Hartberg, and Hartberg knocked in a Badger crossover Tuesday and pulled out
tition amongst our girls this season for those Schigur (1:08.63) and Thompson (1:10.68) penalty kick in the 65th minute to make it the teams best win of the season, 2-0.
relay spots. touched the wall in third and fourth place, 4-3 Stoughton. Unlike the first few games of the sea-
The Kooima sisters were joined by Sophia Freshman Aaron Mittlsteadt added a son, Stoughton didnt allow its opponent
Thompson and Audrey Killian on the 200 Turn to Swim/Page 10 goal in the 72nd minute with an assist to take advantage of early mistakes.
to Hartberg, and Hartberg and Deutsch It was the Vikings that struck first with
both scored in the 88th and 89th minutes, a goal by Deutsch in the fourth minute of
respectively, to make it 7-3. a rainy game.
They decided they were going to play Hartberg added a goal in the 59th min-
as a team in the second half, coach Dave ute, and Stoughtons defense did the rest,
Wermuth said. There were no worries limiting the Warriors to five shots on
about the referees and no worries about goal.
others mistakes. Wermuth said the Vikings were playing
Senior goalie Matt Read had one save, positive and productive as a unit instead
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to play soccer, and Parker took advan- Read finished with five saves. Wauna-
We have Elegant Farmer pies, breads and cookies tage of that, Wermuth said. We domi- kees Nick Ohm had three saves.
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ger South play opens up this week against
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Vikings fall to new Badger
South foe Watertown
Assistant sports editor Whats next
The Stoughton High Stoughton travels to
School volleyball team
has its work cut out if it Oregon at 7p.m. Thurs-
wants to get another Bad- day for a Badger South
ger South Conference title Conference match and
in 2017. travels to Janesville
T h e Vi k i n g s h o s t e d
Watertown Thursday and Parker at 8:30a.m. Sat-
lost 3-0 (25-18, 25-17, urday for an invite.
25-22). Stoughton is now
0-2 in the Badger South
(6-2 overall). 3-0 (25-14, 26-24, 25-21).
The Goslings, which They have been
came in as a Division 1 learning a lot over the
honorable mention in the last week, coach Kelly
Photo submitted Wisconsin High School Sorensen said. We had a
Mechler, Hampton race to top finishes at Viking Booster Trek Volleyball Coaches poll,
had 62 digs as a team to
couple of tough losses to
Fort Atkinson and Water-
town, and I am really proud
limit the Vikings scoring.
Jake Mechler (left) and Aidan Hampton were the top finishers last weekend at the fifth annual Viking Booster Trek 5k run. Senior Tessa Berry led about they bounced back.
The event had more than 90 participants. The Viking Booster Trek is a 5k community fun run/walk to raise money for Stoughton with five kills But despite the sweep,
Stoughton High School athletics. and two aces. Junior Han-the Vikings and Norskis
nah Wirag finished with played close in the second
and third sets.
17 digs, and senior Olivia
Panthofer had 10 digs. DeForest served the
Golf: Stoughton is 2-1 in the Badger South Conference Junior Megan Adams
collected eight assists.
ball tough to take Stough-
ton out of its offense, but
Watertown senior Aman- the Vikings didnt let the
Continued from page 7
Whats next competing for those last two
spots. da Feder had seven kills,momentum swing toward
the Norskis.
Stokes said if the scores and juniors Payton Zubke
time with an injury earlier Stoughton traveled to Blackhawk Country Club Wednes- can be lower out of the last and Brianne Korducki each We did not give up,
this year. day for the Balance and Believe Invitational. Results will be two spots in the lineup, then had two aces. Sorensen said. We pushed
The girls will look to con- the Vikings will be right in Senior Lauren Burd fin-in the end and played with
tinue to improve before the
in next weeks Courier Hub. ished with 2 1/2 blocks, heart and that made the
the mix.
postseason, which officially The Vikings go to Koshkonong Mounds Country Club We just need someone to and junior Sheridan Dett-difference.
starts with the Badger Con- mann picked up 27 digs. The defense came up big
at 3:30p.m. Thursday to take on Fort Atkinson and trav- really step and distance them- Sophomore Isabelle Tuesday with block touch-
ference Tournament on Tues-
day, Sept. 19, at The Oaks els to Monona Golf Course at 3:30p.m. Monday, Sept. selves from everybowdy else
because, right now, their scor- es and digs.
Schauer had 22 assists and
Golf Course. 11, to face the Silver Eagles. Stoughton hosts Oregon at ing averages are all very simi- 10 digs. Wirag had 15 digs, and
Stokes said the girls will be 3:30p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 13, at Coachmans Golf Re- lar, Stokes said. If someone Adams added 11 digs and
Stoughton 3, 23 assists. Panthofer col-
working on their short game, sort. can step up and distinguish
including chipping and put- themselves as the clear No. DeForest 0 lected 10 digs and 10 kills.
ting. The No. 4 and No. 5 4 and No. 5, that would be Sophomore middle
emphasis, as well. Nelson, Renee Anderson awesome. The Vikings traveled to b l o c k e r A m b e r H o d -
spots will be a key point of DeForest Tuesday for a kiewicz finished with two
Jenny Marshall, Ashley and Emily Schauder are all
Badger crossover and won blocks.

HTL: Stoughton needs to beat Montello next week to claim

teams second HTL title, first since 1986
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The Merchants had a leaving like that. the left-field corner and was over seven innings, striking
chance to extend their 2-1 We had a lot of great then sacrificed to third by out four. After Stoughton
lead in the seventh after games that year, then to Farrell. hit back-to-back home runs
Irvin Medina doubled with come out and give up seven Riffle allowed one earned in the eighth, Hunter Bindl
two outs, but he was thrown runs in five or whatever, it run on nine hits and seven came in for relief of Farrell
out at home plate to end the just wasnt the way I want- walks in the complete-game to close the inning.
It worked out in the end.
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Vikings receives Award of Excellence

JEREMY JONES gave back to their school or commu- best on the scoreboard, but our ulti-
Sports editor nity through voluntarism; school rep- mate goal is to make the best possible
resentation at one of the seven WIAA people. Winning is a by product of
Stoughton was one of 15 high fall area meetings; no coach ejections what we do, and thats reflective of our
schools out of a possible 514 statewide at any level and athletic directors con- recent performances.
to earn the inaugural Award of Excel- ducting at least one informational The Vikings were joined by Bad-
lence from the Wisconsin Interscho- meeting with student-athletes and their ger Conference schools Baraboo and
lastic Athletic Association announced parents where sportsmanship, ethics Beaver Dam, Middleton of the Big
Tuesday, Aug. 29. and/or integrity is a topic that is on the Eight and Madison Country Day of the
According to a WIAA news release, agenda and was discussed. Trails, who earned the award through
criteria for earning the award included: I wont say it was easy for us, their efforts and achievements in the
coaches and student/athletes attending but those are the principles we work areas of sportsmanship, ethics, integri-
sportsmanship summit/leadership con- behind, Stoughton athletic director ty, leadership and character.
ference; three or more athletic teams Mel Dow said. We strive to do our

Football: Stoughton plays undefeated Milton this Friday

Continued from page 8 the Vikings have faced so success will have to be turnovers, Prahl said.
far, Milton a more balanced attack Milton is also undefeat-
They are a big phys- on offense and defense ed in the Badger South at
game against the best team ical team but our key to will have to keep creating 3-0, 1-0. Photo by Jeremy Jones
Senior Paige Halverson returns a shot at the net Tuesday
against Oregon. Paige and sophomore Karlie Halverson
(in back) won their match 6-2, 7-5.
Swim: Watertown up next for Vikings in Badger South
Continued from page 8 500 free behind Maddie Koo-
ima (5:37.27) and Schaefer
finished second in the 200 free ended the evening with a run-
relay with a time of 1:52.46. ner-up finish in the 4:01.27.
Tennis: Vikings sixth at invite
(6:04.21). The Vikings 400 free relay Stoughtons JV team won Continued from page 7 but fought back to beat Ore-
respectively. Maddie Kooima, Thomp- of Schlicht, Abbie Kooima, 87-58. gon 6-4, 6-3 and Brookfield
Stoughton went 2-3 in the son, Schigur and Schaefer Maddie Kooima and Bormett Central 6-2, 6-2 in the fifth-
Stoughton invite place match.
Stoughton hosted the Paige and Karlie Halver-
Legals annual Stoughton Invitation- son finished fourth at No. 2
doubles, losing 6-3, 7-5 at
al on Saturday. The Vikings
STATE OF WISCONSIN, Courts project until 2 PM on Friday Sep-
tember 15, 2017 at the City of Stoughton
ton, Dane County, Wisconsin. The Public
Safety Committee met to consider appli-
finished fifth at No. 4 singles No. 2 doubles. They opened
CIRCUIT COURT, City Hall, 381 East Main Street, Stough- cation recommendations to the Common
CIRCUIT COURT, and Nos. 1, 2 and 3 doubles the tournament with a 6-4,
DANE COUNTY, NOTICE TO ton, Wisconsin53589, at which time they Council on Wednesday, August 23, 2017.
CREDITORS (INFORMAL will be publicly opened and read aloud. The City Council will consider their appli- DANE COUNTY, NOTICE TO as the team finished sixth out 6-3 win over Oregons Reis-
The work includes reconfiguring dorf and OBrien.
ADMINISTRATION) IN THE and expanding an existing basketball
cations at the Regular Council Meeting
scheduled for Tuesday, September 12,
CREDITORS (INFORMAL of the eight teams compet-
MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF court area to six pickleball courts.
Bids are to be addressed to the
2017 at 7 p.m. or as soon thereafter as
the matter may be heard
MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ing, with 11 points. Sophomores Taylor Nis-
FERN V. LARSEN ius and Zacharias also fin-
Case No. 17PR588 City of Stoughton and shall be marked Class A Fermented Malt Beverage NORIKO S. OLSON Kenosha St. Joseph won
1. An application for Informal Admin-
Sealed Bid- Mandt Park Pickleball
License for: Aldi Inc (Wisconsin) d/b/a
Aldi #305, Agent: Andrew Kais, located at PLEASE TAKE NOTICE:
Case No. 17PR570 the tournament with 28.5 ished fourth after a second
istration was filed. Digital and paper copies of the Bid- 1399 US HWY 51 1. An application for Informal Admin- points, one-and-a-half more round loss to Middleton. The
ding Documents may be obtained from Class A Liquor License (Cider istration was filed.
2. The decedent, with date of birth
August 2, 1926 and date of death July the City of Stoughton. Overnight mailing Only) for: Aldi Inc d/b/a Aldi #305, Agent: 2. The decedent, with date of birth than second-place Middle- Vikings No. 3 doubles team
13, 2017, was domiciled in Dane County,
State of Wisconsin, with a mailing ad-
of Bidding Documents will not be pro-
Andrew Kais, located at 1399 US HWY 51
Lana C Kropf
September 27, 1932 and date of death
May 4, 2017, was domiciled in Dane ton. Brookfield Central was blanked Madison Follette
dress of 400 N. Morris St., Stoughton, WI There will be no pre-bid conference
for this project. Published: September 7, 2017
City Clerk County, State of Wisconsin, with a third (22). 6-0, 6-0 in the opening round
3. All interested persons waived no- No Bid will be received unless ac- WNAXLP
mailing address of 624 N. Madison St.,
Stoughton, WI 53589. Goetz posted the Vikings at No. 3 doubles but fell 6-1,
companied by a cashiers, certified or
4. The deadline for filing a claim bank check or a Bid Bond equal to at *** tice.
3. All interested persons waived no-
top individual finish, taking 6-2 to Middleton. Badger
against the decedents estate is Decem- least 5% of the maximum Bid, payable
to the OWNER as a guarantee that after
NOTICE 4. The deadline for filing a claim fourth place following a 4-6, bested Stoughton 6-4, 6-4 in
ber 1, 2017. against the decedents estate is Decem-
5. A claim may be filed at the Dane a Bid is accepted, Bidder will execute
and file the Agreement and 100% Perfor-
Please take notice that the following ber 1, 2017. 6-2, 10-8 tiebreaking loss to the third-place match.
5. A claim may be filed at the Dane
County Courthouse, 215 S. Hamilton
Street, Madison, Wisconsin, Room 1005. mance and Payment Bonds within fifteen
retailers have applied for alcohol bever-
age licenses within the City of Stough- County Courthouse, 215 S. Hamilton Brookfield Centrals Aafreen The Vikings lost fifth-
Danell Behrens
Deputy Probate Registrar
days after the Notice of Award.
The City of Stoughton reserves the
ton, Dane County, Wisconsin. The Public Street, Madison, Wisconsin, Room 1005.
Danell Behrens
Sajid at No. 4 singles. Goetz place matches at Nos. 1, 2
Safety Committee met to consider appli-
August 24, 2017 right to reject any or all Bids, to waive
any technicality, and to accept any Bid
cation recommendations to the Common Deputy Probate Registrar opened the tournament with and 3 singles.
Jonathan M. Hajny
221 Kings Lynn Road, Suite D which it deems advantageous. All Bids
Council on Wednesday, August 23, 2017.
The City Council will consider their appli- Jonathan M. Hajny
August 16, 2017
a 6-3, 6-4 victory over St. Brekken dropped her
Stoughton, WI 53589
(608) 877-4081
shall remain subject to acceptance for 60
days after the time set for opening Bids.
cations at the Regular Council Meeting
scheduled for Tuesday, September 12,
221 Kings Lynn Road, Suite D
Stoughton, WI 53589 Josephs Hannah Altergott. fifth-place match 6-3, 6-3 to
Bar Number: 1014429 Published by the authority of the
City of Stoughton.
2017 at 7 p.m. or as soon thereafter as (608) 877-4081 She fell to eventual champi- Oconomowocs Katie Eich-
Published: August 31,
September 7 and 14, 2017 Lana Kropf, City Clerk
the matter may be heard
Class A Fermented Malt Beverage
Bar Number: 1014429
Published: August 24, 31 and on Sarah Letscher of Ocono- staedt. Senior Pohlod lost
Dated August 25, 2017
Published: August 31 and
License for: Kwik Trip, INC d/b/a Kwik
Trip #967, Agent: Kelly Magritz, located at
September 7, 2017
WNAXLP mowoc at No. 4 singles, her fifth-place match at No.
*** September 7, 2017
2400 Roby Rd though. 2 singles to Lake Geneva
ADVERTISEMENT TO BID Class A Liquor License (Cider
Only) for: Kwik Trip, INC d/b/a Kwik Trip
Benoy and Fisher finished Badgers Iris Bloede 6-3,
#967, Agent: Kelly Magritz, located at
2400 Roby Rd fifth at No. 1 doubles. They 6-0. Rippe fell 6-4, 6-1 in
CITY OF STOUGHTON, WI TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Lana C Kropf lost 6-4, 6-1 to Oconomo- her fifth-place match at No.
Please take notice that the following City Clerk
The City of Stoughton will receive
sealed Bids for the Mandt Park Pickleball retailers have applied for alcohol bever- Published: September 7, 2017 woc in the opening round 3 singles.
age licenses within the City of Stough- WNAXLP

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Trailers: Shifting public sentiments, questions of best fiscal move mark building debate
Continued from page 1 the building by designating to make a more informed conflicted, saying the coun- a master developer for
it a Local Landmark and decision, others see urgen- cil has sent mixed messages the entire site and anoth-
Redevelopment Authority received an decidedly neg- If You Go cy in getting the riverfront to the RDA and the public. er developer, Movin Out,
will provide that direction. ative response against the What: Common Council/ redeveloped while the econ- No matter what we do, which proposed redevel-
But so far, alders have not idea. Sixteen speakers said Redevelopment Authority omy is strong. its going to cost us mon- oping a building on Eighth
been able to agree with one they want the city to demol- ey, and I would rather Street instead.
another or with the RDA. ish the building and move
meeting Fiscal responsibility spend the lower amount, The council later placed a
forward with plans for rede- When: 6p.m. Wednes- U l t i m a t e l y, f o r m o s t he said. You have public moratorium on demolishing
Seeking consensus velopment, while only one day, Sept. 13 alders, the decision comes safety issues and you have the Highway Trailer build-
While the history of the spoke in favor of saving it. Where: Hanson Room down to the most financial- financial issues right now. ing, which led to the with-
Mandt Wagon Works dates Alders have disagreed of EMS building, 516 S. ly prudent option, and they How do you address both drawal of the master devel-
to the 1860s, the Highway over what to do with it Fourth St. cant agree which direction of those as quickly as pos- oper because of the citys
Trailer facility itself was and were even divided on that is. sible? You tear it down and uncertainty over what it
constructed between 1905 whether to hold another Info: 873-6692 you make it safe. Thats it. wants for the area.
Ald. Dennis Kittleson
and 1910. committee-of-the-whole (D-1) told the Hub he cant We s h o u l d l o o k f o r
Its on a key parcel in meeting with the RDA. say whether the building Comparing proposals a developer who wants
be viewed as swing votes,
the redevelopment area With four alders absent although such a clear delin- should be demolished or Reeves (D-2) said the city to restore the building,
between East South Street from an Aug. 22 meeting, eation of positions doesnt preserved because I hav- should seek out more devel- Engelberger said.
and the Yahara River, a few the council voted 5-3 in necessarily apply in this sit- ent seen the numbers. opers who specialize in his- Council president Swad-
blocks south of Main Street. favor of meeting again on uation. The best way to toric preservation, but she ley (D-1) said the council
Public sentiment has the topic. In interviews with the approach this is money- doesnt support investing has to figure out its finan-
shifted against preserving Alds. Scott Truehl, Pat Hub last week, alders con- wise, he said. more city tax dollars in the cial limitations and options
the building in the months OConnor and Greg Jenson tinued to express differing Landmarks Commission building. before it can direct the
since the city held a design have generally supported opinions about the building. member Steve Mar-Pohl, a In theory, I would love RDA on the matter. He said
charrette for the redevelop- demolishing the building Most said they want more historic architect and pres- to see the building saved the city should get specif-
ment area in June. The city and moving forward with information on the cost ident of InSite Consult- if it ended up being a good ic plans from Gorman and
closed two blocks of East the redevelopment, while either way. ing Architects, studied the fit with our plans for the Movin Out and see if
South Street indefinitely in Tim Swadley, Mike Engel- Several alders said theyd Highway Trailer complex redevelopment area, she theyre feasible.
July after a report recom- berger, Regina Hirsch, Tom like estimates from other and estimated the building said. But I dont think its Ive talked with people
mended closing the street in Majewski and Tass Johnson sources before they take a shell could be restored at a realistic to have the attitude who want us to demo the
the buildings fall zone. have leaned toward finding position on the issue. Some cost of $2 million to $2.25 if we renovate it they will building, and my question
In August, the Landmarks a developer to restore it. want to hear from other million. He estimated it come. I think that would be to them was, Would you
Commission conducted a Alds. Lisa Reeves, Den- developers. would cost between $1.3 very risky. rather spend taxpayer mon-
meeting and public hear- nis Kittleson, Matt Bartlett While a few alders want million and $1.5 million to I wouldnt support sav- ey to demolish it or a devel-
ing about whether to save and Sid Boersma might to slow the process down demolish everything at the ing it unless theres a spe- opers money to fix it up?
site except a small building cific proposal from a devel- Most people think it sounds
known as the blacksmith oper, she added. good to have a developer
shop, and he put the dem- But Engelberger (D-2) spend money on the build-
olition cost for the entire said the city had already ing instead of taxpayer
complex at $1 million to received such a propos- money.
$1.2 million. al, from Gorman and Co., Hirsch (D-3), an RDA
But not everyone was and doesnt feel a sense of member, said she didnt
satisfied with those esti- urgency in getting the rede- support designating the
mates. Some would like velopment project started. building a Local Landmark
more information, for He called safety concerns because it would have put
example, on the difference overblown, and accused the city in a position where

BUT GET A between restoring the entire

Highway Trailer complex,
restoring only a building
some city leaders of spread-
ing misinformation about
the building.
it had to preserve it, regard-
less of the cost.
I think we should look

or two or demolishing the He added the council had into preserving some of the
entire complex. already directed the RDA to buildings in that complex,
Bartlett (D-4) said hes contract Gorman to deter- because theyre historical,
undecided about what to do mine whether the company she said.
with the building. I know would still like to restore I think were looking to
a lot of people are worried the building. Gorman is slow the process down, she
about the cost that people waiting to find out whether added, not to continue to
threw out there for saving historic tax credits would have that road closed, but to

If only exercise worked like a it, and Im trying to figure

out the best use of taxpayer
dollars, he said. It may be
the lowest cost solution to
be available for the proj-
ect, but its unclear wheth-
er funding for the program
will be included in the over-
make sure that were mak-
ing prudent, well-informed,
decisions instead of what

keep it. due state budget. the RDA thought the com-
Bartlett added he hadnt Gorman submitted a pro- munity wanted to be done
found anyone in my dis- posal last year to purchase in a recommendation from
trict that wants to save the the building for $1, restore a 10-year-old proposal.
building. I can see a vision it and create 59 apartments.
for it, but Im not a diehard The RDA decided to pass Contact Bill Livick at bill.

1.09% 0.62%
where we have to keep it. on the offer in favor of
Jenson (D-3) was less accepting a proposal from

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