A 74-year-old Oregon woman was hospitalized with minor injuries Friday morning after she was struck by a vehicle while bicycling on County Highway D in the Town of Oregon.
The Observer will have a new parent company effective June 30.
A former Oregon youth soccer coach faces charges of repeated sexual assault of a child for alleged incidents over a year and a half that began in 2012, according to a criminal complaint released today.
The “Show Off Your Dog” Annual Dog Show is set to return at 10 a.m. Friday, June 25.
14 South Artists, Inc., in collaboration with the Village of Oregon and president Randy Glysch is encouraging the community to browse locally-made fine art on Saturday, June 26.
Community members interested in getting to know the head of the village police department might be interested in an event set for Friday, June 25.
Walking up to the golf driving range, it’s clear the four teenagers hitting balls are really good.
Oregon senior Amelia Spilde tossed a two-hit shutout, and the Panthers bashed Madison La Follette 10-0 in a WIAA DIvision 1 regional semifinal on Monday, June 14, at Oregon High School.
The Oregon High School girls track and field team will get four attempts at a berth to state in the relays after advancing all four of its relay teams to the sectional meet.
With the Oregon School District growing – but still not near capacity – the Oregon School Board approved adding 28 elementary school-age open enrollment spots during its meeting on Monday, June 14.
The last day of the 2020-21 school year was Wednesday, June 9, and after this weekend’s graduation ceremony, the book has closed on an unforgettable year, and the careers of five long-time dis…
The state Supreme Court ruled June 11 that county health officers cannot close schools within their jurisdictions, stemming from a lawsuit against Dane County over COVID-19 related emergency orders.
When Hometown Pharmacy began administering the COVID-19 vaccine mid-March, pharmacist Kim Shumaker said she was “running around chasing down available vaccines” to meet patient demand.
Over the next few weeks, Unified Newspaper Group will complete the process of consolidating our limited in-person operations to our downtown Oregon office at 156 N. Main St. That includes vacating our longtime headquarters in Verona.
This Week's E-edition
- Woman injured in bicycle-vehicle crash Friday
- Oregon musician writes songs inspired by her fans and feelings
- Boys track: Zelinski, relay teams lead Panthers at regional meet
- Girls soccer: Panthers open playoffs with 23 goals in two games
- “Show Off Your Dog” on June 25
- Former Oregon soccer coach charged with sexual assault
- Girls track: Panthers advance all four relay teams to sectionals
- OHS class of 2021 graduates
- Culver’s, Great Dane may bring business to Oregon
- WCI announces sale of Observer to Wisconsin Media Group
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