The Oregon Observer sent questionnaires to each of the candidates for Oregon Village Board. The April 7 ballot includes three candidates for three at-large seats on the board. The candidates include incumbents Amanda Peterson, Jerry Bollig and David Donovan.
The Oregon Observer sent questionnaires to each of the candidates for Brooklyn Village Board. The April 7 ballot includes one candidate, Dan Olson, for an at-large seat.
The Oregon Observer sent questionnaires to each of the candidates for the Town of Oregon board. The April 7 ballot includes two candidates for two at-large seats on the board.
As March came to a close, Wisconsinites and the rest of the United States began accepting the reality that we’ll all stay in our semi-quarantine for several weeks or more because of the novel coronavirus outbreak.
For the upcoming spring election, city, town and state officials would prefer you stay home – but if you do, they’d want you to still send your ballot in from there.
The direct route from Oregon to Stoughton, and a major road leading to Madison, will shut down completely due to U.S. Hwy 14 improvements starting April 6 and continuing into next year.
With increasing restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic, members of the communities Unified Newspaper Group serves have asked us to help them help their neighbors.
Public works director Jeff Rau updated Village Board trustees about the situation Monday, March 16 and later told the Observer in an email the water was beginning to encroach on the north side of the road.
In an effort to reduce the spread of the COVID-19 illness, the Dane County Board of Supervisors will continue to hold its meetings remotely, with people able to participate through phone calls or online teleconferencing platforms.
Noting the recent drastic changes in day-to-day life, Dane County Executive Joe Parisi announced last week the county is temporarily freezing hiring for most positions.
For now, the Dane County Board of Supervisors and committees will meet online, rather than in person to help stem the spread of the coronavirus.
- Oregon adapts to a new normal amid COVID pandemic
- Dane County Sheriff’s office suspending evictions, other civil actions
- Oregon, Brooklyn get surge in absentee requests
- Governing bodies prioritize public health
- Deathcare still an essential service
- Pantry moves to pre-packaged food, curbside pickup
- Schools, services in Oregon close amid concerns over spreading COVID-19
- Rutland quarry expansion hearing postponed
- LIVE UPDATE: Dane County announces 32 COVID-19 cases
- Study: Janesville Street, South Perry Parkway intersection should be signalized
- Notebook: Area businesses fail alcohol compliance checks
- Pagenkopf details goals for strengthening community relationships at board meeting
- ConnectOregonWI.com adding paywall
- Notebook: Village OKs $1.9 million bid for Park, Janesville Street
- Observer’s parent company contributes $5,000 to library capital campaign
- Oregon’s fire chief welcomes new PFAS law
- Greater Oregon area averages 21.9% voter turnout
- Altoona Superintendent released from prison, will stay in Oregon
- New sheriff's office app provides public more information
- Madison man sentenced for Oregon Kwik Trip robberies
- Apartment fire under investigation, results in no injuries
- Community comes together to support library capital campaign
- Pagenkopf confirmed as interim police chief
- Village OK’s Highlands of Netherwood Park plans
- Notebook: Oregon Soccer Club can use alternate parks during Jaycee West construction
- State-wide primary set for Feb. 18
- Notebook: Crosswalks planned at various village locations
- Village recommends promoting Pagenkopf to interim police chief
- Police chief investigation goes public
- Corrigan resigns as Dane County Board chair
- Rosewood Apartment project requests $464,000 in TIF
- Anderson Park removes unsafe trees, invasive bushes
- Jaycee Park West gets closer to $500,000 community fundraising goal