Children carved pumpkins and fashioned spooky crafts during the Town of Dunn’s fall event on Saturday, Oct. 12. The fall fun preceded the town's belated Arbor Day potluck, canceled last April due to a forecast of heavy snow. The rescheduled community meal featured a monarch butterfly present…
Two incidents at two separate crosswalks where pedestrians were almost struck by vehicles on increasingly busy South Perry Parkway are gaining the attention of local law enforcement and government officials.
Two programs in the proposed Dane County budget that County Executive Joe Parisi unveiled Oct. 1 would have a significant impact on the Oregon area.
Persistent flooding plaguing the Village of Oregon doesn’t seem to be going away, and some village leaders believe it’s time to get the public involved in figuring out long-term solutions.
As the Oregon Police Department has worked toward accreditation, Village of Oregon officials have been complimentary of its work.
Five years ago, Elise Cruz found herself in a boardroom presenting to the mayor of Ashland, the city manager and a room of lawyers to save an 1,800 foot, historic ore dock threatened to be torn down by Canadian National Railway.
Over the past several months, the Oregon Police Department has updated almost 100 of its department policies, including use of force, officer-involved deaths, open records and handling of domestic abuse situations.
- Library presenting plans to public
- Sandy Hook conspiracy author Fetzer fined for sharing confidential video
- OHS student a National Merit semifinalist
- County parks commission proposes some ‘modest increases’ for 2020
- Notebook: Commission will manage room taxes
- Eighth ‘off leash’ park in county OK'd; set for spring ‘21 opening
- Pursuit reaches 94 mph in Town of Dunn
- Hwy. 14 bridges project meeting Sept. 18; construction planned for spring
- Notebook: Foxboro flood relief progressing
- Donovan fills vacant board seat
- County M closing to Fish Hatch
- Four apply for vacant Village Board seat as of Friday, Aug. 31
- Daycare site plans up for vote
- Waterfall restaurant comes down
- Under pressure: Lake Barney flooding damaging homes, farm fields; changing ecology
- Four arrested after Monroe Street burglary
- Board agrees to spend up to $20K for Badfish Creek work
- SRO contract approved
- Guns, vehicle keys taken in Monday morning burglaries
- Sex offender will be under ‘dual supervision’
- UNG reporter Levenhagen dead at 25
- Businesses explain failures, policies for alcohol checks
- Board approves Lincoln Road agreement
- Sex offender placement took 2 years
- West Nile Virus found in area mosquitoes
- Notebook: Library design gets early look
- New brewery proposed
- No quick fix for Jefferson Street flooding
- Violent sex offender to be placed in Rutland
- Three businesses fail alcohol checks
- Man injured in early morning crash in Rutland
- Brooklyn man killed in vehicle crash July 19
- Village sells Waterfall motel site