A three-person committee has been reviewing a state collection of engineering consultants as part of the Town of Rutland’s plans to replace the Badfish Creek Bridge on Highway A.
Starting Wednesday, Dec. 2, the state Department of Health Services started releasing COVID-19 data for cities, villages and townships, as well as school districts and ZIP codes.
An Oregon bank building is among the possible options for a new Village Hall.
Looking for some “outdoors” fun to beat the mid-winter blahs?
Tales of wilderness and adventure can capture the imagination and get the heart pumping – from the books of Henry David Thoreau, to the television shows of Bear Grylls.
For a little over a month, Heath and Theresa Johnson’s home on Connemara Lane was brightly aglow with around 11,000 lights. The spectacle, which was synchronized to music, was for a good cause…
A return to contact for the Oregon High School wrestling team proved to be a challenge with a short-handed team in a season-opening double dual at Baraboo on Friday, Jan. 15.
A Sun Prairie football-only conference realignment plan requesting a switch to the Badger Large Conference from the Big Eight is headed to the WIAA Board of Control.
The Oregon boys basketball team was on a mission in the season opener to keep the ball out of the lane.
Eight students from the Oregon School District are 2020-21 Martin Luther King, Jr. Outstanding Young Person award recipients.
Four students in the Oregon School Districts won state language honors for their work last month from the Wisconsin Association for Language Teachers during the 2019-20 school year.
It’s been a long road, but more than 10 months after they left their classrooms last winter, Oregon School District students in grades 3-6 will be back next week.
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.
What was once a partnership idea that existed inside the minds of two educators is now a reality despite a pandemic that rages onward.
This Week's E-edition
- Police identify four thieves amid vehicle theft investigation
- A walk down memory Lane: Director leaves Shadow Drum and Bugle Corp after 16 years
- Police cite man for armed disorderly conduct
- Commission, board eye new Village Hall near Keller Alpine
- Eight Oregon students win MLK awards
- Village president candidates differ on finances, projects
- Oregon author writes adventure novel
- Board eyes bank building as possible Village Hall
- Boys basketball: Panthers done in by Vikings’ 3-point barrage
- Boys hockey: Fifth-ranked Oregon can’t overcome Monroe
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