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Mayor
to retire
next year won her bid for re-election
After two terms, in April 2014.
Olson wont seek Olson has worked for
the city for
re-election more than
20 years.
BILL LIVICK She started
Unified Newspaper Group working in
City Hall
Mayor Donna Olson in 1995 as
announced Tuesday that a part-time
she intends to retire next reception- Olson
April and not seek another ist and then
four-year term in office. moved into
She was first elected a full-time position as city
mayor in April 2010 and Turn to Olson/Page 12
Photo by Kimberly Wethal

A day at the beach City action swirls around


From left, Cosette Loniello, 6, of Stoughton, and Mila Day, 6, of Oregon, build a moat of water around a sand castle on the
Troll Beach shore Monday, July 31, during a string of beautiful weather. Highway Trailer building
BILL LIVICK

Dane County Center offers apparel to those in need Unified Newspaper Group Inside
Fair results, AMBER LEVENHAGEN
There has been a flurry
of action concerning the Council supports
photos Unified Newspaper Group Highway Trailer building preserving
and the citys riverfront building, adds
Pages 8-10 With back to school season quickly redevelopment area in the
approaching, The Clothing Center is ready past week. fencing in area
help connect families in need with clothes Last Tuesday, July 25,
for the new year. the Common Council voted Page 3
The center provides gently used cloth- to go on record in support
ing items for no charge, said director Lau- of designating the centu-
ra Logan, who feels its important to give ry-old complex a Local with the Wisconsin Real-
back to the community. Landmark. The Landmarks tors Association, and
Im blessed, and I figure if God has Commission is in the pro- because the RDA no lon-
blessed me, then I should be able to help Photo by Amber Levenhagen
cess of such a designation, ger has a developer com-
others who might need a little boost up, The Clothing Center, located at Covenant which would prohibit dem- mitted to our project, and
she said. Thats what we do here. Lutheran Church, offers gently used clothing olition of the building. its unlikely that I will
The center is open 9:30-11:30a.m. every in all sizes, from infant to plus. The councils decision have time to perform the
Wednesday (except during breaks when to support the landmark chair responsibilities that
school is in session) at Covenant Lutheran of Dane County Department of Human d e s i g n a t i o n m a y h ave come with a new search.
Church, 1525 N. Van Buren St. There are Services in 1997. About five years later, been, in part, why Peter While the council was
no prerequisites to be a client, though its Logan, with the help of Sharon Mason- Sveum, chair of the Rede- protecting the building
geared toward those who are economically Boersma, Sandy Luther and Marilyn Tei- v e l o p m e n t A u t h o r i t y, from destruction, it was
disadvantaged, temporarily or not. gen, organized and brought the program announced Monday that he also protecting people
Clients are given one bag per person who to Stoughton after Dane County reclaimed was stepping down from from the building.
lives in the household, who can fill it with their space in the office building. the RDA leadership. The It authorized more phys-
clothing ranging from infant to XXL shirt They said it was too much to have Redevelopment Authority ical protections on the 500
sizes, and up to size 40 pants. Clients can the center there and that they needed the owns the building and has and 600 blocks of East
visit once every 30 days. space, Logan said. I remember thinking been planning to demol- South Street. The council
If you cant find something now, come we were going to have to shut down. ish most of it to clear the unanimously authorized
back because it rotates in and out, Logan Mason-Boersma contacted dozens of property for redevelop- the city to spend $1,763
said. local resources, including Mayor Donna ment. for more fencing and bar-
Olson, to try to find a new home for the In an email to Mayor ricades to keep people and
New location center and eventually settled into Covenant Donna Olson, Sveum said automobiles out of the
hes accepted a position buildings fall zone.
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City of Stoughton

Council supports preserving old building redevelopment and even the with- blacksmith shop. Commission member Steve Mar- developer willing to restore it, the
Alders again reverse on drawal of the lead developer on the The Landmarks Commission is Pohl prepared a report on the High- RDA could be stuck with a struc-
redeveloping Highway project. in the process of designating the way Trailer complex and estimated ture that needs a large investment of
On Monday, RDA chair Peter Highway Trailer building a Local the building shell could be restored city funds.
Trailers building Sveum announced that he would Landmark, which would protect at a cost of $2 $2.25 million. Jenson was more blunt, calling
step down from the chairmanship, it from demolition. The Common He further estimated it would cost the idea ridiculous, because were
BILL LIVICK in part, because the RDA has lost Council would have to approve the between $1.3 million and $1.5 mil- talking a huge sum of money.
Unified Newspaper Group its master developer. Local Landmark designation, and lion to demolition everything at the Everybody that I talk to wants
Mark Geall, principal of Tanesay building would have to be listed site except the blacksmith shop, it gone and to make that area green
The Common Council is support- Development in Chicago, withdrew on the National Register of Histor- and he put the demolition cost for space, he said. I want to save the
ing the Landmark Commissions from his role as master develop- ic Places to qualify for federal tax the entire complex at $1 million to blacksmith shop.
plan to designate the Highway er last week, citing uncertainty credits to restore it. $1.2 million. Last fall, Gorman responded to
Trailer building a Local Landmark. over what the city wants to do at the The councils action may have The Landmarks Commission has the RDAs search for a developer to
The 8-3 vote on July 25 reverses redevelopment site. been, in part, why RDA chair Peter scheduled an Aug. 10 public hear- lead the riverfront redevelopment
an earlier decision to support pre- Last week, council president Tim Sveum announced he is stepping ing to designate the entire complex project. A Gorman representative
serving a smaller building known Swadley joined Alds. Lisa Reeves, down from the chairmanship. a Local Landmark. said the company wasnt interested
as the blacksmith shop thats Tom Majewski, Mike Engelberg- Sveum said in an email to May- On Tuesday, Truehl (D-4) and in becoming the master developer
within the Highway Trailer com- er, Regina Hirsch, Kathleen Tass or Donna Olson that he had earli- Jenson (D-3) argued against the for the overall project, but it was
plex at 501 E. South St. but not the Johnson, Matt Bartlett and Dennis er planned to step down but was motion to go on record in support interested in restoring the Highway
newer main factory building. Kittleson in supporting Hirschs convinced to remain the RDAs of making the Highway Trailer Trailer building.
According to an RDA report, the motion to support the Landmark chair due to my belief that we had building complex a Local Land- At a July 18 joint meeting of the
main building was built between Commissions plan, while Pat engaged a developer for the River- mark. council and the RDA, Sveum asked
1905 and 1910. The blacksmith OConnor, Greg Jenson and Scott front Redevelopment Area. Instead, Truehl said, with the tac- the council for direction relating to
shop likely dates to the early days Truehl opposed it. Ald. Sid Boers- However the RDA no lon- it support of the council, the RDA the Highway Trailer building.
of the Mandt Wagon Works in the ma was absent. ger has a developer committed to would contact Gorman and Com- The councils action Tues-
1860s. In March, the Redevelopment our project, and its unlikely that I pany to learn if the company is still day provided that direction, and
The entire complex consists of Authority voted to demolish the will have time to perform the Chair interested in preserving the build- on Monday this week Sveum
six buildings spread across a 9.2- Highway Trailer building to clear responsibilities that come with a ing. announced his resignation as RDA
acre site in the citys 12-acre river- the site for redevelopment. A week new search. That will be the RDAs next chair. He plans to remain on the
front redevelopment area, and the after the RDAs decision, the Com- He said the election of a new step, he said. RDA.
debate over preserving this building mon Council voted to block the chair would be included on the Truehl worried that if the coun-
has led to delays in planning the demolition. It later reversed the RDAs Aug. 9 meeting agenda. cil were to designate the building Contact Bill Livick at bill.livick@
vote and decided instead to save the Historic architect and Landmarks a Local Landmark but cant find a wcinet.com

Trailer building getting more protections Police respond to shots


Added fencing,
fired incident Monday
that some parts of the build- have collapsed, leaving the East South Street and to the
ing could fall into the street, wood structure exposed to eastern sidewalk on Sev-
barricades needed, city staff have reported peo- the weather. enth Street.
ple living in the building. The risk of catastrophic Fire chief Scott Wegn-
alders say Architect Steve Mar- failure is relatively mini- er said hes seen acceler- The Stoughton Police release.
Pohl, whos also a member mal, considering what it ated deterioration of the Department responded to The male suspect alleged-
BILL LIVICK of the citys Landmarks looks like, Mar-Pohl said. building and that people a shots fired incident in the ly fled the area after the
Unified Newspaper Group Commission, first delivered But its still a risk. had been squatting in the early morning of July 31. shots, and no one was
his report to the Redevel- He said theres a chance building. An SPD news release said injured in the incident, the
With the deteriorating opment Authority Tues- that a failing timber could The new fencing and bar- officers responded around release said.
Highway Trailer building day, July 18. He presented push that (northern build- ricades would be designed 3:45a.m. to a report of sev- The shooting is not
on East South Street now a summary version of the ing) wall into the street, so people cant enter the eral shots fired inside an believed to be random and
deemed a safety hazard, the report to the council this and he noted both East building or its potential fall apartment building on the the general public is not in
city is planning additional week, Tuesday, July 25. South Street to the north zone. 1600 block of Kenilworth danger, the release said.
safety protections. I would not feel com- and Seventh Street to the The RDA bought the Court. Police determined Police are continuing the
On July 20, officials fortable walking around in east are in a potential fall Highway Trailer building the shots were fired in rela- investigation.
decided to close the 500 any part of that structure, zone. in 2010 from Stoughton tion to a reported domestic
and 600 blocks of East he said. The roof is completely Trailers and earlier this year dispute, according to the Scott Girard
South Street indefinitely Alders discussed the situ- open, and its going to get asked Mar-Pohl, of Madi-
because of questions about
its structural integrity. Less
ation and then unanimously
approved a $1,763 contract
worse at an exponential
rate, Mar-Pohl explained.
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automobiles away. months. citys risk manager, police hundreds of photos of the
The sudden action for Mar-Pohl told the council chief, fire chief, EMS direc- brick building, some of
a building that has been the main concern is with the tor, public works director them showing crumbling
crumbling for years came 100,000-square-foot build- and building inspector to walls and rooftop.
after an architects inspec- ings wooden timber and discuss safety concerns He told the council he
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and exterior wall systems nificant degradation of the Police chief Greg Leck very nice, he said.
while evaluating its poten- wood structure due to wood recommended installing
tial for repair.
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Mary M. Curran Oregon, Wisc., and being one of Anita L. Lescohier She was born on However, her favorite H w y. 5 1 N J a c k s o n
the first police matrons for the March 17, 1942, in pastime and what gave St., Stoughton, from 1-
City of Lake Geneva. Waukesha, the daugh- her pure joy was spend- 4p.m., Saturday, July
Mary is survived by six chil- ter of Otto and Marga- ing time with her family, 29, 2017. Memorials
dren, Ellen Curran, Fred (Lin) ret (Glimme) Berman. especially her grand- may be made to Agrace
Curran, Rita (Gary Christo- She married James E. children. HospiceCare or the
pher) Sperry, Cathy (Brian) Lescohier on Aug. 17, Anita is survived by Dane County Humane
Mogden, Chuck (Julie) Curran 1964, in Las Vegas, Nev. her husband, James; S o c i e t y. T h e fa m i l y
and Tony (Kate Hinner-Curran) Anita grew up in Fort daughter, Sandy (Roy would like to thank the
Curran; eight grandchildren; six Atkinson and graduat- Skip) Paton; sons, Agrace nurses and staff
great-grandchildren; siblings, ed from Fort Atkinson Randall and Michael for the care and compas-
Anna Marie Foltz and Lawrence High School in 1960. Lescohier; grandchil- sion shown to Anita.
(Delores) Vogt, as well as many She retired from dren, Olivia and Josh- Online condolences
nieces and nephews. Davis Duehr in 2007, ua Lescohier; brother, may be made at gunder-
Mary Curran She was preceded in death Anita Lescohier but continued to work John Berman (Louella sonfh.com.
by her husband, Charles, and part-time at Exclusively Burdick); and numer- Gunderson Stough-
her parents; Peter and Anna Roses. ous other relatives and ton
Mary M. Curran, age 83, of Vogt. Mass of Christian Burial She enjoyed pass- friends. She was preced-
Stoughton, passed away on will be held at St. Ann Catho- Anita L. Lescohier, ing the time reading, ed in death by her par- Funeral & Crema-
Thursday, July 27, 2017, at lic Church, 323 N Van Buren age 75, of Stoughton, completing puzzles and ents. tion Care
Agrace HospiceCare. St., Stoughton, at 1p.m., Fri- passed away peaceful- maintaining the beauti- A memorial gathering 1358 Hwy. 51N
She was born on Aug. 4, 1933, day Aug. 11, 2017, with Father ly at home on Tuesday, ful landscaping at home, was held at Gunderson
in Pittsburgh, Pa., the daughter July 25, 2017, surround- Jackson St.
Randy Budnar presiding. Buri- including the gorgeous Stoughton funeral &
of Peter Simon Vogt and Anna ed by her family. (608)873-4590
al will be held at St. Francis de flowers in her backyard. cremation care, 1358
Frances Vogt (Sauer). She mar- Sales Catholic Cemetery, Lake
ried Charles J. Curran on Oct. Geneva, at 10:30a.m., Satur-
9, 1954, at St. Joseph Catholic day, Aug. 12, 2017. Visitation Karen Landerud elementary school in by car or camper all Joseph in 1939, Adelia
Church in Lyons, Wis. will be held at St. Ann Catholic Rio and McFarland. over the United States, in 1959 and her hus-
Mary worked for WPS, as an Church from 11a.m. until the On August 27, 1947 often visiting extend- band, Walter in 2006.
insurance adjuster and also a time of the service on Friday, s h e m a r r i e d Wa l t e r ed family and friends, Funeral services was
union steward. Additionally, she with a joint Pass in Review by Landerud at her home as well as making new held at 2p.m., Thurs-
worked as an upholstery instruc- the American Legion Auxiliary in Stoughton. They lived friends while attending day, August 3, 2017 at
tor for MATC. She had lifetime Unit No. 59 and VFW Auxiliary on their farm in the Norwegian and music Skaalen Chapel, 400 N.
memberships with the American Post No. 328 at 12:45p.m. Town of Dunn all their festivals. In 1990 they Morris Street, Stough-
Legion Auxiliary Unit No. 59 In lieu of flowers, memorials married life. left the car at home and ton, with Pastor Jim
and the VFW Auxiliary Post No. may be made to Agrace Hos- While raising three flew to Norway, a trip of Koza and Pastor Tim
328. Mary was a devoted com- piceCare, 5395 E. Cheryl Park- children, Karen enjoyed a lifetime. Dean officiating,. Inter-
munity advocate and workers way, Fitchburg, WI 53711 or many hobbies, including Karen is survived by ment will be at Upper
rights activist. She was also a Camp American Legion, 8529 canning, baking, cake her brother and sister-in- McFarland Cemetery.
dedicated counselor for Badger County Road D, Lake Toma- decorating, music, rose- law, Joseph and Marylis Friends and family may
Girls State. hawk, WI 54539. Karen Landerud maling, carving, birding Hansen, Stoughton; her call from 1p.m. until
Mary was a remarkable wom- Online condolences may be and taking pictures to children, David (Jacqui) the time of the service at
an with a wide variety of inter- made at gundersonfh.com. document family life. on the home farm, Mar- the chapel. Memorials
ests, including woodworking, Karen Landerud, 95, At Christmastime, she git (David) Schiefel- may be made to Skaalen
gardening, and playing cards. Gunderson Stoughton passed away in the ear- had Norwegian treats of bein in McFarland and Nursing and Rehabili-
Her many accomplishments Funeral & Cremation Care ly morning hours of rosettes and krumkaka Gudrun (Dave) Hus- tation Center or McFar-
and contributions include start- 1358 Hwy 51 July 29, 2017 at Skaalen as well as lefse and lute- ton in Oregon; along land Lutheran Church.
ing the Oregon EMS, organiz- 608-873-4590 Nursing Home, Stough- fisk followed by oyster with her grandchildren, The family wishes to
ing the first Welcome Wagon in ton. stew on New Years Eve. Christopher (Erika) thank the Skaalen staff
She was born on June K a r e n a n d Wa l t e r Landerud, Peter (Mar- for their loving care of
14, 1922 in Stoughton, were faithful members ki) Landerud, Hans Karen. We will all miss
the daughter of Joseph of McFarland Luther- (Katie) Schiefelbein, her smile.
and Adelia Hansen. an Church where Kar- Tim (Amy) Schiefelbe- Please share your
K a r e n wa s b a p t i z e d en was active in Ladies in, Megan (Jeff) Soceka memories of Karen at
and confirmed at First Aid and church circles. and Breanna Huston; CressFuneralService.
Lutheran Church in Together they partici- and ten great grandchil- com
Stoughton. pated in 4-H leadership dren Kayla, Clint, Mae,
She graduated from and later volunteered Sorin, Norah, Hans
Stoughton High School Cress Funeral Home
extensively at Skaalen Christian, Max, Char- 206 W. Prospect
Thursday, Aug. 3, 2017 Vol. 136 No. 2 in 1940, continuing Nursing Home. Karen lie, Emily and James,
her education at Luther was bookkeeper for the as well as many nieces, Street
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Advertising Sports of the proposed project known as Nordic Ridge
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Classifieds Assistant Editor opened and read aloud at the City of Stoughton, velopment Director at (608) 873-6691. All interest-
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Skaggs returns with trove of bluegrass, country music treasures
BILL LIVICK Hub: The album you did you RS: No, no way. My vision
Unified Newspaper Group
If You Go with your wife, Hearts Like
Ours, came out a few years ago.
certainly was not very big. I just
didnt see what this could be and
Bluegrass and country music Who: Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Is it your most recent recording? the extent of it. And really, more
star Ricky Skaggs start in music Thunder RS: Thats the latest thing that than the monetary part of it, I
more than 50 years ago had a Ive done in the studio. We have guess its the name recognition
fairytale quality, and at 63 he con- When: 7:30p.m. Friday, Aug. 4 a live album with Kentucky Thun- and the authority and the leader-
tinues to be amazed at his own Where: Stoughton Opera der that we want to put out, and ship role that I never imagined.
success. House, 381 E. Main St. weve also got a Cooder, White The respect and the good name
He and his band, Kentucky Tickets: $50, call 877-4400 and Skaggs record that wed like that Ive had over all these years
Thunder, return to the Stough- to put out eventually as well. is overwhelming.
ton Opera House Friday in the But as far as going into the stu- I used to think to myself, I cant
wake of Skaggs winning his 15th dio, as much as Id love to, its go there; those people just aggra-
Grammy Award earlier this year. Grammy-nominated albums, with almost cost prohibitive nowadays. vate the hide off of me. I couldnt
He was recognized for produc- eight going on to win the award. Record sales are so low these days go to this party or that party or to
ing an album for Hillary Scott Skaggs has won dozens of other for this kind of music. We sell this or that kind of a thing, you
(of the country music band Lady awards from the Country Music them at our shows, but playing for know, but my heart has changed
Antebellum) and the Scott Fam- Association, the Academy of Coun- 1,000 or 1,400 people every night so much. I just dont feel that a
ily last year. The award for the try Music and the International and maybe selling 300 or 400 way anymore.
gospel-tinged album was Skaggs Bluegrass Music Association. CDs, thats a lot of touring to pay Im having the best time ever
first as a producer; his previous His latest album, Hearts Like it back. playing with this great band Ive
Grammys were for his songs, Bill Livick/ Unified Newspaper Group Ours, is a collaboration with People are getting their music got. My newest member just
albums and performances. Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thun- his wife, Sharon White, and was now from streaming or downloads turned 28, and so Ive got all
Skaggs first performed on stage der return to the Opera House released in 2014. The album is and stuff like that, and its really these young kids in the band who
in 1961, when he was six-years- Friday with a trove of bluegrass and a collection of love songs per- hard to figure how youre going are just wearing it out. Theyre
old, with the father of bluegrass. country music treasures. formed in a country music style. to spend $80,000 or $90,000 to just incredible players.
Bill Monroe was appearing in Mar- The following year, Skaggs and make a full-blown studio record Hub: After all these years and
tha, Kentucky, when he called the He went on to become the White toured with guitarist and when its so hard to get your shows and touring, is the thrill still
young prodigy up to play his man- youngest person at the time to producer Ry Cooder in a show return on it. there when you go out on stage?
dolin after the audience repeatedly receive an invitation to join the that took them to Milwaukee. Hub: Those are challenging RS: Its still there and Im
asked for little Ricky Skaggs. Grand Ole Opry in 1982. economics. So you make your liv- amazed that it is after all these

Q&
Monroe placed his own instru- Skaggs recalled that it all came ing off royalties, touring and per- years. But Im so glad that it is.
ment around Skaggs neck, as a big surprise to a guy from a forming? I just dont get tired of it. I have a
adjusted the strap and the 6-year- small town in Kentucky. RS: Yeah, pretty much. We do newfound love for the music, and
o l d ex p e r i e n c e d a d e fi n i n g My dreams were not very get really accurate counting on to play with these young guys. I
moment in his life. big, he recalled. God has real- iTunes and Amazon and the big think if I was around a bunch of
The following year, in his first ly helped me to dream and dream companies like that. But Spotify old guys that complained all the

A
paying gig, Skaggs performed on bigger than I ever could have as a and Pandora and those streaming time and were never happy boy,
the Martha White country music child or even a teenager working services pay such low, low num- I dont want that. But I love play-
variety show with bluegrass icons in bluegrass with Ralph Stanley bers that its just crazy. Somebody ing with these young guys who
Lester Flatt & Earl Scruggs. and the Country Gentlemen and needs to come up with a new pay- are so glad to be here and glad to
By the early 1970s, Skaggs had different groups like that, Skaggs ment thing. The poor songwriters have a good job and be in an envi-
become a fixture on the bluegrass said in a telephone interview from are the ones who really suffer. ronment where they can grow and
and country music scene. He was his home in Nashville. Hub: I dont imagine that could learn the music. That makes me
a member of the Country Gentle- Five decades later, Skaggs has have envisioned when you were so happy to get to do this music.
men and later J.D. Crowes New released 18 studio albums and Skaggs spoke with the Courier getting started that you would
South, and in the late 70s joined collaborated on countless oth- Hub last week about his life in have this kind of career and life in Contact Bill Livick at bill.livick@
Emmy Lou Harris Hot Band. ers. Hes released 12 consecutive music. music. wcinet.com

5th ANNUAL STEEL


Viking Fest CURTAIN OPEN
46th UTICA FESTIVAL
In Memory of Dennis Swatek
set for Aug. 9 Friday, Aug. 11, 2017
Door Creek Golf Course
August 4-6, 2017
EVAN HALPOP 4321 Vilas Road Cottage Grove, WI
Hub correspondent 18-hole best ball OR 9-hole option
18 Hole Golfers Registration starts at
Utica Community Association Park
Supporters of Stoughton 11:00 for Shot Gun Start at NOON. (between Cambridge and Stoughton on the corner of Hwys. B&W)
9 Hole Golfers
football can show off their
Registration starts at 1:00 pm
Its the best party in the country with softball, baseball,
pride at Viking Fest Aug. 9.
The event, held at Collins for 2:00 pm start horse pulls, tractor pulls, live music and more!
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Field, will go from 5:30- 5:00 pm Reception


8p.m. to raise money for in Clubhouse
Stoughton football and ath- Friday, August 4, 2017
Rain or
letics. Shine 5:00 p.m. Slow Pitch Softball Tournament
The evening begins with 6:00 p.m. Wisconsin Horse Pullers Association Horse Pull
a joint practice of the var- 8:30 p.m. Live Music with Shotgun Jane

Deer Creek
sity and Stoughton youth
football teams. From
7-7:15p.m. the Stoughton Saturday, August 5, 2017

Summerfest
dance team will perform, Craft Fair in School House
immediately following a 8:00 a.m. Slow Pitch Softball Tournament
seven-on-seven football 10:00 a.m. South Central Farm Tractor Pull
game between the Stough-
ton varsity football team HILLBILLY 11:00 a.m. Wide Open Pedal Pullers (ages 4-12)
Noon Badger Truck Pullers
and the Stoughton Police
Department will take place SPORTING CLAYS 1:00 p.m. Home Talent Baseball (Utica vs. Stoughton)
from 7:15-7:45p.m. 1:00 p.m. Badger State Tractor Pull
The final event of the eve- 4:00 p.m. Tri-County Mini Rod Pullers
ning will be a tug-of-war 8:00 p.m. Live Music with Cherry Pie
between the youth football
team and the Stoughton
police or the varsity team
from 7:45-8p.m.
August 19, 2017 Sunday, August 6, 2017
Craft Fair in School House
A meal made up of a 8:00 a.m. Slow Pitch Softball Tournament
pulled pork sandwich, chips
12:00-6:00 p.m. - Chicken and/or
10:30 a.m. South Central Farm Tractor Pull
and water, will be available BBQ Ribs, Potato, Vegetable, Dessert
Noon Badger State Tractor and Truck Pull
for $5. & Coffee/Milk - $10 Noon Live Music with Jesse Walker
9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. Spectator Truck Pull
50 Bird Hillbilly Sporting Clays - $15 5:00 p.m. Live Music with Wayne Road
If You Go Youth Age 17 & Under - $5 discount 8:00 p.m. Raffle Drawing
Dusk ThunderCat Fireworks Display
What: Viking Fest Shoot & Eat $20
When: 5:30-8p.m. Raffle Drawings at 7:00 p.m. Visit uticapark.org
Wednesday, Aug. 9
Deer Creek Sport & Conservation Club Concessions by Utica Nora Trailblazers and beer tent all weekend long!
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Where: Collins Field All pulling events are free and carry-ins are not allowed.
8745 Miller Rd., Verona, WI
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Info www.facebook.com/
events/327239354364050/
Contact: Ray Gilden, (608) 832-6261
6 August 3, 2017 Stoughton Courier Hub ConnectStoughton.com

Coming up Community calendar


Gazebo Musikk Eclipses discussion Norwegian heritage Thursday, August 3
1-5 p.m., Personal Essentials Pantry, 343 E. Main St.,
The Happy Fun-time Jam will Ralph Winirch will discuss the presentation pepstoughton.org
perform at the next Gazebo Musikk upcoming solar eclipse at the library Join Sons of Norway Mandt 6:30-8 p.m., Adult Craft Club- plant it!, library, 873-
series from 6-7:30 p.m. Thursday, at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, August 8. Lodge, 317 S. Page St., at 7 p.m. 6281
Aug. 3, at the Rotary Park Gazebo, Winrich is a former educator at a Wednesday, Aug. 9, as they wel- 6-7:30 p.m., Gazebo Musikk presents The Happy
324 S. Sixth St. NASA research center. He will dis- come Stoughton native Bob Fun-Time Jam, Rotary Park, Rotary Park Gazebo, 401
The band, led by Greg Schoen- cuss how an eclipse is made, the Sorensen as he shares his Reflec- E. Main St., facebook.com/gazebomusikk
mannn on guitars and vocals and history of some of the most famous tions on Stoughton.
Brett Peterson on guitars, 12-string, eclipses and how to safely observe Friday, August 4
There is an optional potluck at
mandolin and vocals, will perform one. He will also talk about the last 5:30 p.m. 7 a.m. to 1 p.m., Stoughton Farmers Market, Stough-
with the help of some friends. time one was visible from here and ton Plaza, 1050 W. Main St., stoughtonwi.com/farmers-
Sorensen will talk about his market
Distant Cuzins will perform Aug. when to expect the next one. Stoughton genealogy and will
10. Originating from Oregon, Dis- All ages (under age 9 must be describe the history of the Norwe- 9:30 a.m., Library story time, library, 873-6281
tant Cuzins is a high-energy band accompanied by a parent or guard- gian-Danish Methodist Episcopal Noon to 1 p.m., Appetite for Arts: Mark Twain and
specializing in the classic rock ian). No registration required. Church (the lodge building). He will American Art, senior center, 873-8585
from the 70s, 80s and 90s. The band For information, call 873-6281. bring several pieces of rosemaling 7:30 p.m., Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thunder,
earned runner-up for the 2015 Les Stoughton Opera House, 381 E. Main St., purchase
Paul Launchpad award and this year Free music performance painted by Stoughton artists Lysne,
Kvalheim, and Nelson to display. tickets at stoughtonoperahouse.com
was named the first place winner of The Rhapsody Trio will perform Sorensen is a native of Stoughton.
Rockonsin, both competitions for a free concert at the senior center at Saturday, August 5
His great-grandfather immigrated to 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Stoughton Community Farm-
best high school garage bands. 11 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 9. Stoughton in 1882. His mother was
Bring your lawn chairs or blankets They will perform works by ers Market, Forrest Street (North of Main St.), stough-
born here in 1912. tonwi.com/farmersmarket
for the free concert; beer and wine Haydn, Mozart and Hummel. The For information, call 873-7209.
are permitted, but no glasses. group is from the Rhapsody Arts 10 a.m.-12 p.m., Yahara River Hootenanny (repeats
For information, visit facebook. Center in Verona. first Saturdays through November), Yahara River Gro-
com/gazebomusikk. For more information, call 873- Zombie apocalypse cery Cooperative, 229 E. Main St., 712-2976
8585. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Stoughton Historical Society Muse-
Adult Craft Club Teens entering 6th grade are
um open, 324 S. Page St., 873-1943
Come craft a terrarium or fairy FOL meeting
invited to help fight zombies at the
garden in a pot at the library from
library from 6-8 p.m. Friday, August Monday, August 7
Friends of the Stoughton Public 11.
6:30-8 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 3. Library (FOL) will hold a board 7 p.m., Town of Dunkirk Board meeting, Town Hall,
R eg i s t r a t i o n i s r e q u i r e d a n d 654 Cty. Road N (first and third Mondays of each
Mix small plants and miniature fig- meeting from 6-8:30 p.m. Wednes- snacks will be provided.
ures together to create a terrarium. day, August 9, in the Library Carn- month)
Visit the Adult Services Desk or
All supplies provided, but pieces egie Room. The public is invited to call the library to register and pick Tuesday, August 8
from home are also welcome. attend, including those who are con- up a parent permission slip. 6:30 p.m., Ralph Winrich presentation Eclipses,
To register, or for more informa- sidering becoming a board member. For information, call 873-6281. library, 873-6281
tion, call 873-6281. For information, call 873-6281.
Wednesday, August 9
9:30 a.m., Storytime (ages 0-5), library, 873-6281
10:30 a.m., Storytime (ages 0-5), library, 873-6281
5:30-8 p.m., Stoughton Football Inc. Viking Fest 2017,
Bahai Faith Covenant Lutheran Church Seventh Day Baptist SHS Collins Field, stoughtonfootball.com
For information: Alfred Skerpan, 877-0911 1525 N. Van Buren St., Stoughton 873-7494 Church of Albion 6 p.m., Friends of the Library board meeting, library,
or Gail and Greg Gagnon, 873-9225 covluth@chorus.net covluth.org 616 Albion Rd., Edgerton
us.bahai.org Stoughton study classes. Saturday: 5:30 p.m. Worship
873-6281
561-7450 albionsdb@gmail.com
Sunday: 9 a.m. Worship forministry.com/USWISDBGCASD1 7 p.m., Bob Sorensen presentation, Sons of Norway
Bible Baptist Church Worship Saturday 11- Sabbath School 10 Mandt Lodge, 317 S. Page St., 873-7209
2095 Hwy. W, Utica Ezra Church
873-7077 423-3033 515 E. Main St., Stoughton 834-9050
Fellowship Meal follows service on first Sabbath Thursday, August 10
Sunday: 10 a.m. - Worship; 6 p.m. - Worship ezrachurch.com Stoughton Baptist Church 6:30 p.m., Thursdays With Murder: The Spy Who
Sunday:10 a.m. Corner of Williams Dr. & Cty. B, Stoughton Came in From the Cold by John Le Carre, library, 873-
Christ Lutheran Church 873-6517 6281
700 Hwy. B, Stoughton First Lutheran Church Sunday: 10:30 a.m. - Worship;
873-9353 e-mail: office@clcstoughton.org 310 E. Washington, Stoughton Friday, August 11
6 p.m. - Evening Service
Summer worship times: 873-7761 flcstoughton.com 7 a.m. to 1 p.m., Stoughton Farmers Market, Stough-
5:30 p.m. Saturday; 9 a.m. Sunday Sunday: 8:30 & 10 a.m. worship St. Ann Catholic Church ton Plaza, 1050 W. Main St., stoughtonwi.com/farmers-
323 N. Van Buren St., Stoughton market
Christ the King Community Fulton Church 873-6448 873-7633 9:30 a.m., Lemonade with Mayor Donna Olson,
Church 9209 Fulton St., Edgerton Weekday Mass: Nazareth House senior center, 873-8585
401 W. Main St., Stoughton 877-0303 884-8512 fultonchurch.org and St. Anns Church
christthekingcc.org Sunday: 10 a.m. - Worship Sunday: 8 and 10:30 a.m. Worship Services 9:30 a.m., Library story time, library, 873-6281
Weekend Mass: Saturday - 5:15 p.m.;
Coffee Fellowship: 9 a.m. Sunday - 8 and 10:30 a.m. Saturday, August 12
Christian Assembly Church Sunday School: 9:30 a.m.
1844 Williams Drive, Stoughton 873-9106
8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Stoughton Community Farm-
Varsity (High Schoolers): 12-3 p.m. United Methodist of Stoughton ers Market, Forrest Street (North of Main St.), stough-
Saturday: 6 p.m. worship; Sunday: 10 a.m. AWANA (age 2-middle school): 3-5 p.m. 525 Lincoln Avenue, Stoughton
worship tonwi.com/farmersmarket
stoughtonmethodist.org
Good Shepherd By The Lake Stoughtonumc@Wisconsinumc.org 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Stoughton Historical Society Muse-
The Church of Jesus Christ Lutheran Church Sunday: 8 a.m. - Short Service; um open, 324 S. Page St., 873-1943
of Latter-day Saints 1860 Hwy. 51 at Lake Kegonsa, Stoughton 10 a.m. - Full Worship Monday, August 14
825 S. Van Buren, Stoughton 873-5924
877-0439 Missionaries 957-3930 Sunday Worship: 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. West Koshkonong Lutheran Church Monday, August 14
Sunday: 9 a.m. Sunday school and Primary Adult Bible Study: 9:15-9:45 a.m. 1911 Koshkonong, Stoughton 7 p.m.,Stoughton School Board meeting, SASD Ad-
Sunday: 10:30 a.m. - Worship ministration Building, 320 North St., 877-5000
Cooksville Lutheran Church LakeView Church
11927 W. Church St., Evansville 2200 Lincoln Ave., Stoughton
Tuesday, August 15
882-4408
Western Koshkonong 5-7:30 p.m., Summer reading night, Fox Prairie Ele-
873-9838 lakevc.org
Pastor Karla Brekke Sunday: 9:30 a.m. Worship
Lutheran Church mentary School, 1601 W. South St.
Sunday: 10 a.m. Worship and Sunday School 2633 Church St., Cottage Grove
Sunday: 9:30 a.m. worship
11 a.m. Bible study
Support groups
Diabetic Support Group Low Vision Support
6 p.m., second Monday, 1-2:30 p.m., third Thurs-
Getting Our Lives in Order Stoughton Hospital, 628- day, senior center, 873-
I will instruct you and teach you in the way you should go; I will 6500 8585
counsel you with my loving eye on you. Psalm 32:8 NIV
Dementia Caregivers Parkinsons Group
873-4590 If you are unhappy with your life, or with certain aspects of 2 p.m., second Thursday, 1:30-2:30 p.m., fourth
1358 Hwy 51, Stoughton it and everyone has some area of their life that needs work senior center, 873-8585 Wednesday, senior center,
Pete Gunderson perhaps it is because you have tried to manage it by yourself. 873-8585
Crohns/Colitis/IBD
Mike Smits Dale Holzhuter
Martha Paton, Administrative Manager
It might relieve you to know that God has a better plan for your Support Group Multiple Sclerosis Group
life than you do, and it takes a lot of the pressure off ourselves 5:30 p.m., third Wednes- 10-11:30 a.m., second
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Sara Paton Barkenhagen, Administrative Assistant


Paul Selbo, Funeral Assistant when we decide to live by Gods plan. We arent responsible for day, Stoughton Hospital, Tuesday, senior center,
www.gundersonfh.com our being here, since none of us created ourselves, and so it 873-7928 873-8585
shouldnt surprise us to realize that our Creator already has a
plan for us. We should of course take some responsibility for our Grief Support Groups Anorexia and Bulimia Group
own well-being, striving to be as happy, healthy and virtuous as 2 p.m., third Wednesday, 6 p.m., first Thursday,
possible, but putting the responsibility for our entire life and life senior center, 873-8585 Stoughton Hospital, 628-
plan on ourselves is too heavy a burden. It is folly to try to be 6500
the engineer and director of our own lives. Many of us have lived

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for you, a good place to start in the Bible is the Book of Proverbs.
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Wrestling

All-American Lewis wins


Medaling Viking Four
compete
gold, two silvers
at Kids
ANTHONY IOZZO
Assistant sports editor
Nationals
Stoughton High School junior Stoughton had four youth
wrestler Hunter Lewis has been wrestlers compete and earn
busy this summer, earning three All-American status June
medals and All-American status. 28-30 in the Kids National
Lewis who was the WIAA D1 Freestyle and Greco-Roman
state runner-up at 113 pounds as Championships at the Geor-
a sophomore traveled to the Pan gia World Congress Center in
American Cadet Championships Atlanta, Ga.
July 7-9 in Buenos Aires, Argen- Nicolar Rivera finished
tina and took home two silvers at second in freestyle. Rudy
110 pounds in Greco Roman and Detweiler was sixth, and
freestyle competition, helping Team Chance Suddeth took eighth.
USA finish first with 93 points. Trenton Dow also competed
Lewis came back to the United but did not place.
States for the USA Wrestling Cadet Rivera was 5-1 in the
Greco Roman Championships July schoolboy 91-pound bracket.
19-21 at the Fargo Dome in North Rivera fell to Jordan Williams
Dakota, and he won the gold medal (Oklahoma) 13-10 in the
at 113 pounds. Photo submitted
championship but came back
It was important to stay on task Junior Hunter Lewis (top of podium) won the 113-pound Greco-Roman title during the USA Wrestling Cadet to defeat Gabriel Taboa (Ida-
and keep working and keep practic- Greco Roman Championships. Lewis defeated Conor Knopick (Nebraska) 10-0 in the final to win a national title ho) 14-13 in the second-place
ing to win the National Champion- and earn All-American status. wrestle-back.
ship in Greco, Lewis said. Detweiler finished 3-3 in
Cadet Championships Amao (Peru) in two minutes. Lewis defeated Conor Knopick Lewis added a 10-4 win over the schoolboy 144-pound
Lewis only loss was to gold med-(Nebraska) in a 10-0 technical fall Cameron Johnson (Illinois) and a bracket.
Lewis went 1-1 in the Greco Suddeth was 2-3 in the
Roman portion of the Pan American al winner Lachlan Maur McNeil in the finals to secure the 113-pound 12-2 win over Sterling Quinn (Mon-
(Canada) in an 11-2 major decision.title and finished 7-0. tana) to make the semifinals. schoolboy 84-pound bracket.
Cadet Championships. Dow wrestled in the
He defeated Elizon Rau Gonzalez For Lewis, the experience was a It was really cool going and stay- Now, Lewis is preparing to for
ing busy, reaching the goal of win-
learning experience being in another the varsity wrestling season which schoolboy 112-pound brack-
Manzan (Venezuela) in an 8-0 major et.
decision to make the championships country and getting use to the cul-ning, he said. begins in November.
ture shock. Lewis made the finals after Lewis said he first has to switch The four wrestlers made
after having a bye in the first round. nationals by winning their
He dropped his finals match defeating Adam Arenas (California)
It was a lot different in Argenti- over to different tasks and from Gre-
na, Lewis said. But it was still a
18-8. co Roman to freestyle, but he feels brackets in the Northern
8-5 to Jose Alber Moo Santamaria Plains Regionals May 19-21
(Mexico). really cool experience. He started in the round of 128 good for next year.
with a 14-1 win over David Medi- Following his loss in the at Rochester, Minn.
Lewis finished 2-1 in a round USA Cadet Nationals
robin of the freestyle bracket. He na (Tennessee), and followed with 113-pound championship in Feb-
defeated Emanuel Nico Pintos Lewis finally got his gold a few a 10-0 win over John Seth (Wash- ruary at the Kohl Center, he said he - Anthony Iozzo
(Argentina) in a 15-2 technical fall weeks later in the USA Cadet Greco ington) and a 10-0 win over Devon wanted to get back to win it.
and pinned Gandy Yosdan Mallqui Roman Nationals. Casebolt (Indiana).

Home Talent League Sports short


Fuentes breaks out, Merchants earn top seed
stepped down as boys and
Benedict selected as new girls coach after the spring
girls golf coach sports season. Taebel spent 20
JEREMY JONES though, DiPrizio rounded Stoughton named Eric Ben- years at the school but planned
Sports editor first base too wide and was edict as the schools new girls to return to the La Crosse area
thrown out to end the inning. golf coach last week Stough- where he grew up and where
Winder Fuentes broke out The Merchants capped ton athletic director Mel Dow his wife works.
of his slump Sunday, driving the win with four runs in the said. Benedict had served Benedict is also the girls
in three runs to help Stough- eighth. Lund singled home as an assist for the past three track and field coach, where
ton avenge its only loss this Medina, while Hanson sin- years with the program. he led the team to its seventh
season with a 10-5 South- gled home Lund and Winder Benedict replaces long- consecutive Badger South
east Section win over the doubled home Nyhagen and time coach Dave Taebel, who Conference title last spring.
host Albion Tigers. Hanson.
The victory wrapped up Ben Riffle got the start on
the No. 1 seed for the Mer- the mound and went seven
chants (14-1) throughout the innings, striking out six and Home Talent League
postseason and guaranteed walking one. He allowed
the team two playoff games
at home.
Winder has been slump-
Photo by Joe Koshollek
Ryan Nyhagen beats the throw to the plate as he scores the
three runs, one earned on six
hits. Erick Sperloen allowed
one earned run on two hits
Utica drops doubleheader to Jays
ing a little bit, so we moved first run in the sixth inning for the Merchants. Stoughton and struck out one in two Utica made up an early-sea-
him down in the lineup to beat Albion 10-5. innings of relief. son rain out Sunday, dropping Evansville 4, Utica 3
take some of the pressure 0-for-4, drew a one-out walk with a single and was sac- Our pitchers have done both ends of a Southeast Sec- The As nearly erased a
off of him, and he respond- to start the sixth inning for rificed to second by Jake a really nice job all season, tion doubleheader at Evans- four-run deficit in the night-
ed with a real nice day, Stoughton. Dave Hanson Wenzel before stealing third. Seffens said. At this point, ville. cap, but fell one run short in a
Stoughton manager Dale (2-for-5) followed with a I think weve given up more 4-3 loss to the Jays.
We felt pretty good about Evansville 9, Utica 4
Seffens said. Both he and single before Fuentes (2-for- our chances with our No. 3 unearned runs than earned. Nick Woodstock scored two
Irvin (Medina) were out at 5), T.J. DiPrizio (3-for-5) and 4 hitters coming up, The As led by one run runs for Utica with a double in
the ballpark fielding ground
Night League entering the bottom sixth the seventh inning and Max
and Medina (4-for-5) all Seffens said.
balls and taking batting added RBI singles. But Lund and Nyhagen Designated hitter Jus- inning of the first game only Gartzke grounded out to drive
practice before the game, Chris Lund (2-fof-5), one both grounded out to end the tin Moore helped Stough- to see Evansvilles Nolan Str- in another.
and it paid off. of seven Merchants hitting inning. ton lock up the third and zok double home two runs in Utica had seven hits, includ-
Stoughton trailed 2-0 over .300, highlighted the final Night League playoff a 9-4 loss. ing five from Doug Vike
Stoughton threatened
through five innings as inning with a two-run dou- again in the second but once spot Thursday with a walk- Austin Andrews earned the (3-for-3) who tripled, and Nel-
Brennan Deegan and Cullen ble with the bases loaded. again was unable to push a off single in the bottom of win for Evansville, allowing son Raisbeck (2-for-3).
Oren each drove in an early Despite the early deficit, run across home plate. the seventh inning against four runs on six hits over sev- Christian Stokstad took the
run for Albion. The Mer- Stoughton had a chance to Monona/McFarland 4-3. en innings. He struck out 11. loss for Utica, allowing four
Hanson reached base
chants erased the Tigers score the first two innings on a two-out error before The Merchants will play Aaron Schauer took the loss runs on eight hits over seven
lead with six runs in the but failed to get the job DiPrizio hit a shot to third either Evansville or Cross for Utica, surrendering nine innings.
sixth inning. done. Plains in the playoffs Thurs- runs on nine hits. He struck - Jeremy Jones
base. Rather than putting
Ryan Nyhagen, who went Medina led off the game runners on the corners, day, Aug. 10. out five in six innings.
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Stoughton youth at the

Dane County Fair


July 19-23, 2017 Blue Ribbon Summer

4-H and FFA exhibitors from around the county


brought their animals and projects to the Alliant Energy
Center grounds for the 166th annual Dane County Fair,
which ran from July 19-23.

Photo submitted by Katie Schmitt


Shelby Veum of Stoughton FFA showed her crossbred pig, Lamar; Sydney Tone exhibited her Oberhasli Senior Yearling Doe,
Cuddles; Avery Spilde showed her Tunis Yearling Ewe, Scarlet; Lindsey Sarbacker exhibited her Registered Holstein Spring
Yearling Heifer, Empire; Grace Link showed her Registered Angus Junior Yearling Heifer, Ruby Lou. Tone, Spilde, Sarbacker
and Link are members of the Triangle Troopers 4-H Club.

Stoughton Youth Sweep


to the State Fair.
Photo submitted by Melanie Huchthausen
Katie Huchthausen, member of the Triangle Troopers 4-H
Club, in front of her sewing project which was picked to go Master Showman Contest
Sydney Tone was named participants were evaluated of Laurie Schellinger and received a cash award,
the seventh Master Show- on their performance and Steve Tone and is a mem- sponsored by Mark Boyke
man at the Dane County knowledge of each animal. ber of the Triangle Troop- and Merial, now a Boeh-
Chalet Veterinary Clinic Fair on Saturday, July 22. Tone earned her new ers 4-H Club. Receiving ringer Ingelheim company.
Featuring the top senior title after being named the Reserve Champion Master First developed in
Family Pet Care at its Best showmen in five species Reserve Senior Champion Showman honors was the 2011 by Kate Griswold,
beef, dairy, dairy goats, showman of the dairy goat top senior dairy showman, a long-time Dane County
1621 E. Main St., Stoughton sheep and swine the show. She is the daughter Lindsey Sarbacker, daugh- Fair exhibitor, the Master
(608) 873-8112 ter of Candi and David Showman contest at the
Sarbacker. Sarbacker is Dane County Fair chal-
Congratulations also from Stoughton and
a member of the Triangle
lenges the best senior
showmen to learn about
Troopers 4-H club. other species and become
To All Fair Participants! Other participants, all
from Stoughton, includ-
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The program received its
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S p i l d e o f t h e Tr i a n g l e Penny scholarship and has
Troopers 4-H Club and since become an annual
Shelby Veum of Stough- tradition.
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Photo submitted by Denise Pigarelli


Shae Pigarelli of Kegonsa Hustlers 4-H Club as talks with the clothing project judge about
her sewn shoulder bag at the Dane County Fair. Pigarelli earned a grand champion ribbon
and trophy on the project.

Photo submitted by Laurie Schellinger


Sydney Tone, 17, from Stoughton, Triangle Troopers 4-H, shows her White Wyandotte
hen to Judge Adam Meinert during Senior Poultry Showmanship. Tone went on to win
Senior Poultry Showmanship and then Senior Rabbit Showmanship a day later. She also
won the Dane County Master Showmanship contest with her Dairy Goat, Cuddles, com-
peting against four other Stoughton youth showing four other species. It was her second
Master Showmanship win in two weeks as she won the Stoughton Fair Master Showman
title as well on July 9 against nine other competitors.

FFA Alumni among Photo submitted by Laurie Schellinger


Shelby Tone, 17, of Stoughton Triangle Troopers 4-H club, introduces her senior yearling
dairy goat doe, Violetta, to young fairgoers.

top meat buyers


The 46th Annual Meat
The Stoughton Fair
Animal Sale at the 2017
Dane County Fair grossed Top 10 buyers wishes to thank all of our volunteers and
$192,901.55, according to Buyer Price
Dane County Meat Ani- 1. Woodmans $29,911.60
sponsors for all they do.
mal Sale Officials.
The sale attracted wide 2. Fahey Pump & Electric $25,498.25 We couldnt do it without you!
community support with 3. Pearl City Elevator $11,498.00
animals sold: 36 sheep, 46 Conant Automotive Thomas Fendrick-Edward Jones R & S Insurance
hogs, and 36 steers. Sheep 4. Lorenz Masonry Inc. $11,079.00 Stoughton Trailers Gunderson Funeral Home Johnson Insurance
averaged $7.08 per pound, 5. The Scharine Group $10,287.00 Stoughton Garden Center Kopkes Fruit of the Bloom Badgerland Financial
hogs averaged $3.34 per Stoughton Lumber Auction Specialists Cress Funeral Home
6. Landmark Services Co-op $9,431.45 Brian Ace Fuller Excavating Stoughton Hospital Foundation
pound and steers averaged
$2.43 per pound. 7. Stoughton FFA Alumni $6.623.50 Chalet Vet Georges Auction Service Rob White Insurance
Woodmans purchased 8. BMO Harris Bank $6,483.00 McFarland State Bank Sons of Norway-Mandt Lodge Pups Unleashed
the Reserve Grand Cham- Natasha Iverson The Delong Company Herzing College
9. Seedlink LLC $6,018.75 Stark GMC Argall Dairy Services Dunkirk Electric
pion Market Barrow
shown by Shelby Veum of 10. Waunakee Vet Service $5,922.50 Lakeland Leisure Corp Jordan Implement Union Bank & Trust
Stoughton for $5.25 per Motor Parts and Exch. Tri County Dairy Smokeys Auto Body
pound. Glass Works of WI Lisa Fernan-Edward Jones Lindsay Gallagher-Century 21
Triple A Trucking RHD Plumbing, Inc. Kendall Uphoff
The Grand Champion Alumni for $8 per pound. Griswold of Black Earth Hickory Hills Campground Nutrition Professionals Gomer & JJ Johnson
Market Lamb, shown by The Grand Champion was purchased by Wauna- Crop Production SVS Carter & Gruenwald Schlobohms
Collin Ace of Stoughton, Market Barrow was shown kee Vet Service for $3.75 Hanson Electronics Boumatic Stoughton Police Department
was sold to Woodmans by James Griswold of per pound. The Reserve Stoughton Pizza Pit Radecke Property services Stoughton EMS
for $10 per pound. The Black Earth and was sold Grand Champion Steer, Terry Kahl Plumbing Sugar & Spice Eatery Stoughton Fire Department
Reserve Champion Market to Kayser Ford for a price exhibited by Morgan Eng Springers of Lake Kegonsa Simes Farms Jaime Debruin/Intercon Const.
Lamb, shown by Brooke of $6 per pound. of Madison was purchased Waynes Custom Work Childrens Dental Judy Casey
Ace of Oregon, was pur- The Grand Champion by Woodmans for $2 per Fahey Pumps J Ace Trucking Mark & Laurel Gretebeck
chased by Stoughton FFA Steer, shown by James pound. Thane Anderson, DDS Stori Anne Company Melanie Huchthausen
Shaw Building & Design Poverty Hills Farms Angie & Tammy Whitiken
CMA Accounting Learning Tree Donnie Kleven

Thank You
The UPS Store Spry Whimsey Fiber Arts Riley Kahl
Uniroyal McGlynn Pharmacy John Strandlie
Country View Equine Clinic Level Up Fitness Brett Olson
Aslesons Hardware I-90 Enterprises Mark Bakken
Lindsey Zentko Moyers Landscape & Design Candi Sarbacker
Richard & Jean Asleson Melton Motors Carmen Sperle
Wayne Melton Culvers of Stoughton Fosdals
Klitzman Seed LLC Sarah & JJ Furseth
Dane County Farm Bureau
Dave Jones Inc.
Alliant Energy
Pizza Hut of Stoughton
All Our Superintendents
for purchasing my Prize Impressions
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And Judges

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Photo submitted by Melanie Huchthausen


Leah and Katie Huchthausen, members of the Triangle Troopers 4-H Club, participating in the champion ewe drive.

Miller qualifies for State


4-H Horse Expo
Mariah Miller, member State 4-H Horse Expo in
of the Stoughton Trail Blaz- September.
ers 4-H Club and showed Miller received Grand
for her fifth time at Dane Champion in Hunt Horse
County Fair. Pleasure, Grand Champi-
She showed her 4-H proj- on in Western Horse Plea-
ect horse, Ben, who she sure, Reserve Champion in
shared with another youth, Western Horse Showman-
Garrett Pauli of Paoli Fire- ship, First Place in Western
balls. Horse Horsemanship, Sec-
Miller is going into 11th ond Place in Hunt Horse Photos submitted
g r a d e a t O r eg o n H i g h Equitation and Second Rabbits and goats were two of the animals featured at the Dane County Fair.
School and has qualified Place in Trail Obstacles.
for a fifth time to go to the

2017 Dane County Fair Results


Coltin Suddeth, Stough- Leah Huchthausen, Tri- FFA
Dairy ton FFA angle Troopers (2) Hailey Walthers, Trail
Rabbits Cultural Arts
Champion: Nicole Bakken, Stough- Luke Spilde, Triangle Blazers (4) Champion: Champion:
Ashlyn Sarbacker, Trian- ton FFA Troopers Mariah Miller, Trail Blaz- Shelby Tone, Triangle Molly Olstad, Triangle
gle Troopers (2) Mitchell Ace, Stoughton ers (2) Troopers (4) Troopers
Cole Sarbacker, Triangle Swine FFA Natalie Nelson, Trail Reserve Champion Award of Merit:
Troopers Champion: Reserve Champion: Blazers Jake Julseth, Triangle Molly Olstad, Triangle
Emma Olstad, Triangle Coltin Suddeth, Stough- Avery Spilde, Triangle O l iv i a B a k ke n , Tr a i l Troopers Troopers
Troopers ton FFA Troopers Blazers (2) Noah Walthers, Trail
Lindsey Sarbacker, Trian- Shelby Veum, Stoughton Beckett Spilde, Triangle Sierra Severson, Trail Blazers Photography
gle Troopers (2) FFA Troopers (3) Blazers (2) Shelby Tone, Triangle Reserve Champion:
Reserve Champion: Reserve Champion: Claire Spilde, Triangle Reserve Champion Troopers Breeann Olson, Triangle
Emma Olstad, Triangle Shelby Veum, Stoughton Troopers Emily Nelson, Stoughton Sydney Tone, Triangle Troopers
Troopers FFA Leah Huchthausen, Tri- FFA (3) Troopers
Molly Olstad, Triangle angle Troopers (2) Hailey Walthers, Trail Woodworking
Troopers Sheep Luke Spilde, Triangle Blazers Animal and Veterinary Reserve Champion:
Beef Champion: Troopers Lauren Walthers, Trail Science Zane Breuch, Triangle
Avery Spilde, Triangle Mitchell Ace, Stoughton Blazers Champion: Troopers
Champion: Troopers (5) FFA Mariah Miller, Trail Blaz-
Grace Link, Triangle Beckett Spilde, Triangle Goats ers
Shelby Tone, Triangle Clothing
Troopers
Troopers (3) Troopers Natalie Nelson, Trail Reserve Champion:
Nicole Bakken, Stough- Brandt Spilde, Triangle Champion: Blazers Natural Sciences Quinn Furseth, Triangle
ton FFA Troopers (2) Katie Huchthausen, Tri- O l iv i a B a k ke n , Tr a i l Troopers
Reserve Champion: Blazers (5) Champion:
Claire Spilde, Triangle angle Troopers Conner Vale, Triangle Booths
Breeann Olson, Triangle Troopers Marie Harried, Triangle
Troopers C o l l i n A c e , Tr i a n g l e Troopers
Poultry Troopers (3)
Noah Kellerman, Kegon- Champion:
Cody Suddeth, Stoughton Troopers (3) Shelby Tone, Triangle Champion: Triangle, Troopers
FFA (2) sa Hustlers
Troopers Shelby Tone, Triangle Shelby Tone, Triangle Health, Social and
Reserve Champion: Troopers Troopers

Congratulations Zane Breuch, Triangle Political Sciences


Sydney Tone, Triangle Sydney Tone, Triangle
Troopers Troopers Troopers (2) Champion:
Reserve Champion
Horse and Pony Shelby Tone, Triangle
Reserve Champion: Garrison Furseth, Trian-
Zane Breuch, Triangle gle Troopers
to this years fair participants! Champion: Troopers (2)
Troopers
Emily Nelson, Stoughton

Gabe Klahn and Local 4-H/FFA Kids


want to say THANK YOU
Thank You Stoughton FFA Alumni for purchasing both of my
lambs at the Stoughton Fair Meat Animal Sale and
to Louie Fahey at the Dane County Fair Meat Animal Sale.
Mount Horeb for all of his Support Your generous support of the youth in
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Lutheran Church. How to help


Covenant opened their
arms and have been so The Clothing Center
wonderful, I cannot stress is run completely on do-
enough how wonderful they nations. To donate gen-
have been, Logan said. tly used clothing items,
It took quite a bit of work
to organize and fit into the visit Covenant Lutheran
new area. Logans husband, Church, 1525 N. Van
Michael, made wooden Buren St., or email lau-
stands to fit into the space raclothingcenter@yahoo.
and the group gathered com to schedule an ap-
department store metal
racks to hang the clothing pointment.
items.
The new space, though
smaller than the Dane Logan said.
County office, has the gen- How to help
tly used clothes hung in the
middle of the room with The Clothing Center
bins and labels organizing operates completely on
the folded items around the volunteer support between
room. Logan said shes also staffing and donations.
grateful for the window that Logan is looking for a
lets fresh air and sunlight volunteer to join the team
into the space. and work at the center
the second Wednesday of
Upcoming changes every month from 9:20-
Because of the smaller 11:30a.m.
space, though, Logan said I would be nowhere
she often has to give cloth- without my volunteers,
Photo by Amber Levenhagen she said. It would be so
ing items to other commu- Laura Logan is the director of The Clothing Center, a community resource that provides gently used clothing items for no
nity resources, like The difficult if I didnt have the
cost. wonderful people who sup-
River, based in Madison.
I try to have some dress- program that helps other of those dressier clothing space. But Covenant offered I can take those donated port me and give their time
ier things that people can people in the Stoughton items for much longer. some extra space, so her dresses we cant clean to help keep this going.
wear to work, like dress area, she explained. Until recently, Logan has husband is building a roll- them so that would have to
pants and nicer blouses, And because of the gen- had to give away home- ing rack for those bigger be the persons responsibili- Contact Amber Levenha-
but some suits that we get erosity of Covenant, she coming and prom dress- dresses. ty but Im so excited that gen at amber.levenhagen@
go to the Dress for Success wont have to give up some es because of her limited Im so happy to say that we can offer those now, wcinet.com.

Send it here Olson: Has worked for city for more than 20 years
If you have news youd like to share with readers of Continued from page 1 second phase of the devel- elections against write-in I think thats the real
The Stoughton Courier Hub, there are many ways to opment, which has stalled, candidates who all specifi- advantage of having grown
contact us. clerk for a year. She then calls for more than 300 sin- cally cited the big box-an- up in the system, if you
For general questions or inquiries, call our office at worked as the administra- gle family homes. chored development as part will, and working in the
873-6671 or email stoughtoneditor@wcinet.com. tive assistant under two Shortly after being elect- of their reason for running. mayors office prior to
Our website accepts story ideas, community items, mayors: Bob Barnett and ed, Olson began working But one by one, KPW sup- striving for and obtaining
photos and letters to the editor, at ConnectStoughton. Helen Johnson. with Forward Develop- porters lost elections over that office, Olson said.
com. Births, engagements and anniversaries can also be She took 2009 off and ment Group on KPW. In the next three years. You get to learn about the
sent to the website. won her bid for mayor in January 2014, the develop- In an interview with the city and how things work,
Several types of items have specific emails where April 2010. er announced that a Wal- Hub Tuesday, Olson said and those partnerships that
they can be sent directly. I n a n e m a i l Tu e s d a y Mart Supercenter would in addition to KPW, shes are so valued.
to city staff and the Hub, be the anchor tenant of the proud to have created an Olson praised the citys
Advertising inquiries Olson wrote that she wants 35-acre commercial cen- human resources/risk man- knowledgeable and experi-
to spend more time with ter. Later that month, the agement department and to enced staff, as well as the
stoughtonsales@wcinet.com my family and growing Common Council voted 8-4 have hired an information community overall.
Business announcements grandchildren and there- to approve a development technology director, a new Youre not going to get
fore decided to retire in agreement for KPW that position. She also said shes a better community to work
ungbusiness@wcinet.com April 2018. included almost $5 million confident that Phase 2 of with than Stoughton, she
Olson took office during in tax-increment financing KPW will move forward. said. My focus has always
College notes/graduations the Great Recession and has assistance from the city. We need single family been jobs, goods and ser-
ungcollege@wcinet.com worked to bring jobs and Olsons support on the homes, Olson said. We vices.
residential growth to the council began to erode fol- just need to focus on whats Its all about supporting
city. lowing that meeting, how- important. Well get there. your local business com-
One of her biggest ever, and over the next two She said the years she munity, working to bring in
accomplishments as mayor years she gradually lost spent working her way new business and support-
was getting approval for the majority support on the up the ladder at City Hall ing families, Olson added.
STOUGHTON AREA SCHOOL 325-acre Kettle Park West
development on the citys
council.
She and three alders who
proved to be valuable when
she became Stoughtons Contact Bill Livick at bill.
DISTRICT SURPLUS SALE west side in 2014. The supported KPW all survived mayor. livick@wcinet.com
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