Teachers, child care workers and some public-facing essential workers will be eligible March 1 for the COVID-19 vaccine – but in Dane County, that doesn’t mean any will be immediately available for them.
A decision on whether to install a short-term rental ordinance in the Town of Dunn is on hold.
Starting in December, the state Department of Health Services started releasing COVID-19 data for cities, villages and townships, as well as school districts and ZIP codes.
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Families and outdoor enthusiasts alike gathered at Lerner Park in Oregon on Saturday, Feb. 27 with their snowshoes, hiking boots and cross country skis in tow for the Family Winter Fun Day hos…
Oregon Youth Basketball hosted its annual food drive at the Oregon Area Food Pantry on Saturday, Feb. 27.
Oregon High School’s Halle Bush turned in a stellar performance in a double dual against McFarland and Jefferson/Cambridge on Thursday, Feb. 25, at Jefferson High School.
The Oregon High School girls swim team returns three-fourths of its state-qualifying 200-yard freestyle relay team from last season.
Oregon High School junior Yordanos Zelinski, a two-time state qualifier in cross country, planned to go out for boys soccer in the fall even though his passion is track and field.
With Oregon High School once again well represented at the Scholastic Art Awards: Wisconsin Exhibition, the only thing really different this year was it was virtual.
For people looking to make a difference in the life of a local youth, the Friends of Oregon School District (FOSD) and the Oregon School District are providing just that opportunity.
Amid some conflicting data on the local spread of COVID-19, Oregon School District officials remain in a “wait and see” mode on increasing in-person learning and traditional milestone events f…
A dance studio faces almost $24,000 in fines after Public Health Madison and Dane County alleged the business violated a county social gathering ban amid COVID-19.
Nine months after the COVID-19 pandemic led to gathering restrictions and consumer worries, many businesses are still feeling the strain of a year with unanticipated challenges.
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