Sun Prairie High School Sports
SPMC is proud to offer coverage of Varsity Football and Basketball. All Varsity Football games held at Ashley Field are broadcast live on KSUN. This year, 8 of the girls and 7 of the boys basketball games held in the SPHS Field House will also be broadcast live. If you cannot attend the games be sure to check the schedule and tune in to channel 983 or go to the KSUN website to watch online live and on demand at any time. Local businesses can sponsor these broadcasts. For more information read our 2014-2015 Sponsorship Information Flyer (PDF). Go Cardinals!

SPMC welcomes producers Trevor and Bill of Wisconscene. On every episode of Wisconscene, 2 Madison-area rock bands showcase their music and regale us with stories of their times and experiences in our vibrant underground music scene. Get to know the artists around you! Your new favorite band may be your own neighbors!

NewsDesk has become 1 of the most popular news magazine programs on public television. Hosts Jason Miller and Dr. David Arfa bring you in-depth analysis of national and international news giving viewers a better understanding of the real meaning behind the headlines. Newsdesk is the recipient of the prestigious 'Best of the Midwest Community Television Award 2014.

Supe Talk
Supe Talk features Nick Zweifel, Dane County Board District 3 Supervisor for Sun Prairie as he interviews department heads of Dane County. The program provides an inside look at what Dane County provides, where the tax dollars are go and what services you get back in return.

Talk of the Town
Topical talk from 2 of Sun Prairie's journalists, Chris Mertes, managing editor of The Star: and Don Hooser, host of KSUN's "City Talk" is on the docket for this series, featuring Sun Prairie's newsmakers. Programs will include interviews and the cohosts taking on issues facing Sun Prairie.

Veteran's Roundtable
A series featuring veterans from every war, highlighting personal experiences. The veterans share first-hand accounts of untold stories from the wars they fought in. From combat to radio work, code-breakers to POWs, these veterans give compelling portrayals of their time in the service. Host Ed Pagelow also goes on-location to seek out veterans at local air shows and special aviation events.

School Views
School Views is a series hosted by School District Administrator Tim Culver. School Views features area students and principals who are interviewed about their respective schools, students and events happening in their schools. School Views provides a "window" into the Sun Prairie schools and connects them with the community.

Sun Prairie Area School District Meetings

Watch SPASD School Board Meetings live every 2nd and 4th Monday at 6:30pm on channels 98 & 983.

Also be sure to catch replays of School Board, Planning Committee, Community Engagement and Performance and Operations Committee every Sunday evening beginning at 4pm.

Sun Prairie Municipal Court
Find out what Sun Prairie Municipal Court is all about as our very own Municipal Judge Tom Hebl brings his years of experience to the courtroom. This program offers insight on how the legal system operates and what to expect if you are ever called into the courtroom!

Sun Prairie Municipal Court is broadcast LIVE from the Council Chambers in City Hall every Wednesday morning at 9am. Replays air at 7:30pm every Thursday.

Sun Prairie City Meetings

Watch Sun Prairie City Council, Committee of the Whole, Planning & Zoning Commission and School Board Meetings LIVE on KSUN!

Airing Schedule
Live airing times:
  • City Council and Committee of the Whole meetings - 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month
  • Plan Commission meetings - 2nd Tuesday of the month
  • School Board meetings - 2nd and 4th Monday of the month
All city meetings are re-aired on Thursday and Sunday evenings each week.

Church Services
Church Day Time
Sacred Hearts Sunday 8 a.m.
Good Shepherd Church, Route 1
Sunday 9 a.m.
Bethlehem Lutheran Sunday
10 a.m.
United Methodist
Sunday 11 a.m.
Peace Lutheran
12:30 p.m.
Good Shepherd Church, Route 2
1:30 p.m.