The public will finally get its chance to weigh in on the proposed expansion of the gravel pit in the Town of Rutland.
When civilian April Kigeya’s daughter got pulled over by a village police officer Aug. 27 in a way that didn’t seem right to her, she took to Facebook to complain.
Village leaders are expecting Oregon’s 2021 budget to have normal expenses despite the economic fallout of a pandemic that has ravaged through the country since March.
Harry Hawkins plans to use his appointment to the village’s Police Commission to ensure accountability in the Oregon Police Department, he told the Observer Thursday, Sept. 3.
The Village of Oregon is expected to take steps later this fall to fill its six Park Board vacancies, including one that’s for a student member who has voting power.
- Town of Rutland: Caucus comes to an end
- Town of Dunn will use highway garage for voting in-person
- New daycare breaks ground
- Update: Senior housing proposal public hearing canceled
- Notebook: Municipal facility could go on Alpine site
- Rural broadband part II: Economic hurdles remain
- Drive Sober campaign set for Aug. 21 to Sep.7
- New senior assisted facility might find its way to Oregon
- Complaint: Sgt. brought marijuana, tobacco, cell phone to inmate
- Oregon area sees 28.6% turnout for August election
- Pope, Sargent to move on to November contest
- Two restaurants temporarily close for COVID-19
- Board fills seat vacancy
- The search begins: With Gracz retiring March 2021, board hires firm to find successor
- Town of Rutland: Eugster’s expansion given go-ahead