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Sun Prairie to hold Halloween Spooktacular party

The Sun Prairie Chamber of Commerce will be hosting its Halloween Spooktacular on Thursday, Oct. 30 from 1-5 p.m.

There will be trick-or-treating and a chance to win prizes!

Visit their website for more details on this fun event and don't forget to wear your costumes!

Most municipalities set Halloween trick-or-treating hours

Most municipalities set Halloween trick-or-treating hours

When will the ghosts and goblins be out?

Find below a list of the trick or treating hours for communities in southern Wisconsin:

Oct. 31

SPVFD open house set for Sunday, October 12

The Sun Prairie Volunteer Fire Department Annual Open House will take place on Sunday, October 12 from 8am – 1pm at Fire Station 1, located at 135 N. Bristol St... Read More

Westside Elementary awarded Lowe’s grant

Last fall, several parents and faculty of Westside decided the much-neglected courtyard in the school would make an excellent place for a community school garden... Read More

Sun Prairie Public Library hosts Out of the Fire

Every place and every person has a story of some sort – who they are, their experiences, their life course... Read More

Sun Prairie mom's Packers vs. Bears pic of twins catches attention

A Sun Prairie mother's picture of her twin sons in their NFL jerseys is getting a lot of attention.

Carrie Corteen is a Chicago Bears fan, and her husband is a Packers fan. On Sunday, Kyler wore a green-and-gold jersey and Kellan a blue-and-orange jersey.

Corteen snapped a photo showing a cranky Kellan and a smiling Kyler.

The photo on Facebook received thousands of likes and plenty of retweets on Twitter.

WATCH the report above.

State’s report cards show Sun Prairie exceeds expectations

State education officials say the majority of Wisconsin public schools and school districts meet or exceed expectations for student achievement.

The Sun Prairie School District exceeds expectations.

The state report cards for about 2,100 public schools show approximately 88 percent met or exceeded expectations. About 98 percent of the state's 424 districts also achieved that mark.

It's the second year the state Department of Public Instruction has issued district report cards and the third year for schools.

Both are evaluated in four main areas; student achievement in reading and math on statewide assessments, student growth in those assessments, closing achievement and graduation gaps and readiness for college or careers.

If you would like to find out how your school district did, click here.