They’re not little kids anymore, but they’re also not yet in the category of “precocious teens.”
Monday night, it was all about following the dots.
Children carved pumpkins and fashioned spooky crafts during the Town of Dunn’s fall event on Saturday, Oct. 12. The fall fun preceded the town's belated Arbor Day potluck, canceled last April …
Oregon Youth Wrestling is hosting its registration and parent information night from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 21, at the Oregon Middle School cafeteria.
Oregon girls cross country runners throughout the lineup contributed to the Large School team title with 58 points at the 13-team Baertschi Invitational on Saturday, Oct. 12, in Albany.
After a 42-13 loss to Watertown on Friday, Oct. 11, Oregon’s only shot at getting into the Division 2 playoffs is to beat winless Fort Atkinson and have help to get in as a 4-5 team.
Oregon Public Library’s semi-annual used book sale is back.
An event that both showcases creativity through crafts and raises funds for Oregon Area Fire/EMS District is coming up this month.
Oregon Daycare, Inc. celebrated its 30th anniversary on Saturday, Oct. 5.
Prairie View Elementary School students competed in dodgeball and in coordinated group yoga during this year’s Move-a-Thon on Friday, Oct. 11.
While fall is in the air and the sights of Halloween are popping up, this week, the orange and black is all about Oregon High School Homecoming
While the tax rate will likely drop slightly next year, due to rising home values, residents in the Oregon School District will probably pay a bit more in school taxes next year.
Oregon’s oldest bank has now joined with an even older organization.
Oregon Daycare, Inc. operates on the same premise as it did three decades ago when it opened its doors – “letting kids be kids.”
For the Byrne family, an event barn means an opportunity for family celebrations.