The Town of Dunn took a step toward preserving 184 acres of wildlife and agricultural land from future development at a special meeting Sept. 14.
To improve voter participation a Dane County voter helpline is open to answer questions about voting in the Nov. 3 general election.
Dane County has partnered with local dairy producers and a pair of companies on new technology that turns cow manure into drinkable water, with a goal to improve local water quality.
During the pandemic shutdown, the senior center is offering some online programs for community members to enjoy.
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A partnership between two volunteer-led Oregon nonprofits continues to grow in its second year.
The WIAA Board of Control agreed to announce new venues for this fall’s state tournaments and will add more coaching contact days to the alternate fall and spring sports seasons.
Fundraising for the Oregon Athletic Booster Club remains at a standstill amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
There will be no state tournaments or culminating events played in Dane County this fall.
While Oregon School District officials are still waiting on a few key numbers, they’re preparing a 2020-21 budget that could include a modest tax increase.
Dane County Executive Joe Parisi strongly encouraged schools to continue following county public health recommendations after the Wisconsin Supreme Court temporarily blocked part of a county h…
While the switch to virtual education has been a main focus at the Oregon School District this year, several administrative changes have resulted in familiar faces in new roles.
One of Oregon’s Main Street food and spirits staples is closing down by mid-October.
Brooklyn artist Christine Dehlinger said she didn’t make “fine art” for more than 20 years because the “energy wasn’t there and the time wasn’t right.”
This Week's E-edition
- Rural broadband part III: Towns, county, state work together on solutions
- Charlie’s on Main says goodbye
- Board examines next steps for middle school site
- Chief: Traffic stop post had ‘misinformation’
- New library capital campaign receives $500,000
- Prayerful structure created by artist
- Parisi urges schools to follow county health order
- County to turn cow manure into drinking water
- Library expands book return hours
- District preparing for possible in-person learning next month
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