Rain boots aren’t typical golf attire, but if you’ve tried to play a round at Foxboro Golf Course in the past few years, you might have wished you had a pair.
Oregon is one of many communities across Dane County still recovering from last year’s flooding, and nowhere is that more apparent here than the Rotary Bike Trail, which has a large portion th…
Police warned Oregon residents to “lock your car and secure your houses” after a young man was spotted trying to enter cars on the 700 block of Dunn Ave. the morning of Sunday, May 26.
Being a goalkeeper during a shootout can be an intimidating and lonely feeling.
Senior Lauren Rieder and freshman Shannon Gibbons may be be on opposite ends of their prep lacrosse careers but the girls will forever before linked by one thing.
Ella Hughes took her coach’s advice about crashing the net to heart.
She’s a relatively recent addition to the Town of Oregon, but Kimberly Graff is already a “Hometown Hero.”
Joanne Adducci-Schulz began attending the Free to Breathe yoga event because her friend helped to coordinate it.
Oregon’s kickoff to summer returns later this month, with a mostly familiar schedule and a new twist on a main attraction.
The Oregon School District Community Education and Recreation Department is once again offering free bag lunches this summer around Oregon and Brooklyn.
Nothing spoils youth sports programs quite the way adults do.
The room was abuzz with Oregon High School seniors and juniors telling community members and business people what they were going to do with their futures.
With the State Bank of Cross Plains’ acquisition of Union Bank &Trust becoming official, the two Oregon banks will merge into one location next month.
Mike White finds fulfillment in how much the Oregon Pizza Pit has made its mark on the community since opening May 9, 1999.
Down Home Cookhouse co-owner Jacob Goldsberry said the restaurant serves “good food without the attitude.”