The suspect in the Aug. 5 hit-and-run accident in the Town of Oregon that killed a bicyclist is in jail again after allegedly using fake urine during a drug test.
Drivers have a new warning light to look for when driving near a school bus as the 2016-17 school year approaches.
The Village Board last week accepted the donation of a half-acre parcel where a small park will be developed near the bike trail.
Senior running back Cullen Gahagan broke lose for an 80-yard touchdown run on the first play from scrimmage Friday, but Waunakee scored 23-unanswered points to take control en route to a 30-13…
After seven straight Badger South Conference titles, four straight sectional finals appearances, a WIAA D2 state title in 2013 and three straight state appearances from 2012-14, the Oregon Hig…
Softball camp for first-third grade
After spending several days marooned in a whiteout atop a distant Alaskan mountain, 21-year-old Katiya Gombar ventured outside her tent and was immediately stunned by what she saw.
The Oregon Pool held its end of summer pool party for over 100 kids on Wednesday, Aug. 24. The event featured activities such as ping pong ball races and a cannonball contest.
When Brooklyn EMS volunteer Cheri Crubaugh’s neighbor had a medical crisis, she went to see if she could be of assistance. It was then she discovered that the Brooklyn Police Department did no…
While some Oregon school board members softened their stance on a renewed request to sell alcohol at the Oregon Ice Arena, ultimately the board voted to keep beer and wine sales away from the …
For the past few years, the Oregon School Board has told teachers their turn at the table would come.
The Oregon School District will provide free developmental screenings for all 3- and 4-year-old children in the district next month.
For years, a candy company has famously promoted the serendipitous combination of chocolate and peanut butter as the ideal accidental taste combination.
An Italian restaurant lasted less than one year at the former Holstein Restaurant location in the Village of Brooklyn.
John Ames won employee of the year 57 years in a row at Erway Glass Blowing.