Jennifer Pagenkopf is the Village of Oregon’s interim police chief.
The park at the new Highlands of Netherwood subdivision will include a multi-use athletic field, paved multi-use path, playground, shade structure and a pavilion.
Oregon Soccer Club will get to use several village parks for its spring and fall 2020 seasons Monday, Feb. 10, while Jaycee Park West undergoes construction.
Facing its largest deficit, Oregon reverted back to what worked best on the road against Watertown: full-court pressure defense.
Sophomore David Stevenson won the 100-yard breaststroke, pacing Oregon to a third-place finish at the Badger South Conference Meet on Saturday, Feb. 8, at Monona Grove High School.
Seth Niday has been one of several wrestlers spearheading Oregon’s youth movement this season, proving every week he could compete with some of the best 152-pounders in the conference and state.
Hundreds turned out for an open mic night event at Firefly Coffeehouse and Artisan Cheese over the weekend.
Dive-in movie set for Feb. 15
‘Love your library’
Adding value beyond the classroom
With periods of flooding becoming more frequent and severe, water management issues have come to Oregon’s forefront in recent years.
The Oregon school board is returning to a traditional committee structure to help members better understand issues they’ll vote on.
To massage therapist Hilari Rottier, healing first comes from within.
Old National Bank is planning to close three area branches, including one in Oregon.
In seeking a symbol to best represent the new Maitri Center for Mindful Living, LLC’s mission, owner Kelly Petrie unexpectedly found it in the sea turtle.