Wedged between the City of Stoughton and the villages of Brooklyn and Oregon, Rutland and its 2,000-some residents need to focus on managing growth to reduce the effects of expected continued …
Voters will have a chance to narrow the list of candidates for Wisconsin Supreme Court justice on Tuesday, Feb. 20. The top two vote-getters in the primary will be on the April 3 ballot.
With municipal judge Robert Schneider retiring this month, the Town of Dunn is looking for a qualified person to replace him. And it’s moving quickly.
The Icebergs girls hockey co-op honored seniors McKenzie Nisisus, Ariah Koratko, Sammy Ayers, Shannon King and Teagan Rupiper following their final home game Saturday against Arrowhead.
The Oregon boys hockey team closed out a season full or adversity with a 5-3 win over the Brookfield Stars at home Saturday.
Oregon wrestling advanced three individuals to sectionals Saturday at the WIAA Division 1 Sun Prairie regional.
Russell Dennison doesn’t like giving speeches.
Brooklyn/Oregon American Legion Post 10272 is seeking photos of area veterans for a tribute video for the Maggie Mae fundraiser concert this spring.
The Dane County Sheriff’s Office has added two new K9 units in the last six months.
Grade levels at Brooklyn Elementary School competed against one another last month in the “Silly Olympics” in games like life-size tic-tac-toe, chair races, free throw contest, find the jelly …
The show went on, despite the snowstorm.
The fast-growing Oregon School District will almost certainly be building new schools soon – the questions are where, when and how much they will cost.
Though the project is on the “back burner” while he supervises closing one store and opening another this year, Tom Dorn hopes to soon redevelop the area around his True Value Hardware store a…
Over the last few months, Soleil Wellness and Day Spa has undergone quite a few changes: there’s a new name, a new ownership partner, a newly refurbished space and a new and expanded menu of s…
The 240-some members of the Oregon Area Chamber of Commerce voted Nov. 21 to add Craig Close from LSM Chiropractic and Tom Whalen from Baer Insurance to their nine-person board of directors.