March was a busy month for recognition for Brooklyn Fire/EMS.
The proposed speed limit increase on Brook Street could be coming back for a final vote next month.
The Oregon Area Progressives will host a forum this weekend for candidates for contested local public offices in the spring election.
The Oregon Youth Wrestling program qualified 17 individuals (and 10 alternates) for this weekend’s WWF Kids Folkstyle State tournament at the Dane County Coliseum.
Oregon boys track and field won the Badger South Conference meet last season at Fort Atkinson High School with 166.5 points.
Oregon girls track and field finished third in the Badger South last year and didn’t lose all that many girls to graduation. The Panthers were 15.5 points behind Stoughton and three behind Mon…
U.S. Air Force Airman Morgan S. Yaun graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. She is a 2016 graduate of Oregon High School.
Oregon Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts went door-to-door this month to collect food for area families in need as part of the annual Scouting for Food event.
The county parks department is asking county residents for input as it updates plans on how to manage outdoor resources, including what activities are important and what could help draw more p…
The coming of a spring means an annual rite for Oregon and Brooklyn fourth-graders – the old-fashioned fun of “Pioneer Days.”
Oregon School District officials were grateful to district residents for the $54.6 million they paid for in capital projects during the fall 2014 referendum.
Netherwood Knoll Elementary School recognized World Down Syndrome Day on Tuesday, March 21. The date (3/21) was chosen because people with Down Syndrome have three copies of chromosome 21. Sta…
Sienna Crest Assisted Living celebrated 20 years in business last month, a feat that founder Sue White credits to their consistent service.
When Oregon Community Bank CEO and President Steve Peotter joined the organization in January 2011, the bank was struggling to recover from the Great Recession and low ratings it had received …
Restaurateur/chef David Heide was all smiles after hearing the results of Madison Magazine’s annual readers’ poll, in which he and his businesses received seven awards.