Every cat needs a nap now and then.
The Planning Commission will review what could be the final step in the public approval process for an apartment project on Rosewood Avenue at its December meeting this week.
Residents of the Town of Dunn voted to approve the town’s proposed 2020 tax levy on Nov. 19.
With a new coach and players from six different high schools, the Icebergs girls hockey co-op is still figuring itself out, particularly in net.
Sophomore guard Ryne Panzer scored a team-high 17 points to lead the Oregon boys basketball team to a 60-56 win over Greenfield at the West Allis Central Shootout on Friday, Nov. 29.
Some of Oregon’s wrestlers are known commodities, while others are brand-new to the sport and eager to make an impact.
OASD orchestra performs at Barnes and Noble
Every Tuesday when Oregon schools are in session, a group of 5 to 11 year old students gather at the library after school for Eureka Jr Club.
Brooklyn tree lighting planned for Dec. 7
Captain Tom Eithun from the Oregon Area Fire/EMS District talks about fire safety with first graders from Netherwood Knoll Elementary School on Nov. 17.
Oregon Police Department student resource officer (SRO) Alex Koratko talks with Oregon Middle School students last month during a visit to the school.
When voters in the Oregon School District go to the polls on Tuesday, April 7, two familiar names will not be on the school board ballot.
One day a few months ago, Wishing Tree Studio co-owners Jo Temte and Kelly Scholz sauntered out of the now closed yoga studio, The Inspired Mat, LLC, gazing at their own new location across th…
Every corner of Firefly Coffeehouse and Artisan Cheese was occupied on Tuesday, Oct. 15, with the return of the Fall Business Expo. As a setting sun shone through the coffee shop’s west window…
Oregon’s oldest bank has now joined with an even older organization.