For the past few months, commuters entering Oregon off Hwy. 138 or U.S. Hwy. 14 have been greeted with a rather bleak view of the village’s east side.
Lincoln Road has been a logistical challenge for years, as the village and the town share ownership of the dividing road that only in some parts is split down the center.
Thomson Park closed last week and will remain closed until further notice due to safety concerns.
With a sweep of Dodgeville on Sunday, July 7, Oregon earned a chance to play its way into the playoffs for the second straight year.
Brady Gagner had three hits to propel the Panthers to a 13-10 slugfest win over Madison Edgewood on Tuesday, July 2.
When Jimmy Lutz was a kid, he would hunt and do target practice with a compound bow with his father.
The Fitchburg-Verona Rotary Club presented seven of its 18 members one of the “highest honor a Rotarian can obtain at the international level” last month.
The Oregon Public Library invited youngsters and their parents over last weekend to build forts — and for kids’ stuffed animals to engage in a sleepover.
Looking to beat the heat in more ways than one?
With more cameras in schools than ever before, the Oregon school board updated its policy on electronic surveillance Monday night for the first time since 2005.
Keep the focus on fun.
A few main hallways at Oregon High School were flooded late Monday morning when a pipe burst during a fire alarm evacuation in the midst of summer school classes.
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.”