A public hearing will take feedback on the 2020 Village of Oregon proposed budget next week.
With an emphasis on environmental protection and human services, the Dane County Board of Supervisors approved a $663 million 2020 county budget Nov. 11 that will raise taxes on the average ho…
While property tax values have risen considerably, Town of Dunn property owners will see a tax increase of about 1% next year under its proposed 2020 budget.
With a team full of quick wing players, the Oregon girls basketball team is eager to take care of unfinished business.
Oregon’s 200-yard freestyle relay team will compete at the Division 1 state meet after finishing sixth at the Beloit Memorial Sectional on Saturday, Nov. 9, in Beloit.
For the past two years, Oregon was a stumbling block in Elkhorn’s path to state, beating the Elks twice in shootouts in the sectional championship.
Even though snow blanketed the ground and cold temperatures ran amok, the Oregon community came together to commemorate Veterans Day on the morning of Monday, Nov. 11.
Families had a night away from screens while playing “throwback” board games. Prairie View Elementary’’s cafeteria, library and classrooms were filled with games families could play together l…
A whimsical world of gamblers, saintly figures and those caught in between came, to life in Oregon High School’s production of “Guys and Dolls” at the Oregon Performing Arts Center on Friday, …
It’s Forest Edge vs. Nine Springs.
It’s going to be a long good-bye for Oregon School District superintendent Brian Busler, who last month announced his plans to retire after the school year.
Equity has been a point of emphasis at the Oregon School District in the past few years, and board members heard Monday night about efforts to engage OSD staff, students and parents on equity issues.
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.
Oregon Daycare, Inc. operates on the same premise as it did three decades ago when it opened its doors – “letting kids be kids.”