There were no newly discovered cases of COVID-19 in the townships of Dunn, Rutland and Oregon between May 3-10.
The Village of Oregon is eyeing a spring 2022 groundbreaking for its new library.
But first, to address a parking shortfall in the library’s design, the village could consider changing its zoning code, or purchasing a property adjacent to the North Main Street building site, among other fixes.
Dane County is set to add $15 million to its ongoing efforts to help small businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Oregon Public Library will be open again for select in-person services five days a week starting Monday, May 17.
When Lonnie Grau passed away last year in March, it was only a short time after he had regained some of the mobility and agency he had been missing for years through a van specially designed t…
The Brooklyn Community United Methodist Church has set its annual bake sale and book sale for this weekend.
The Oregon High School girls track and field team will be led by its distance runners, something coach Ned Lease said is a welcomed change.
The Oregon High School girls golf team ended its season with a fourth-place finish at its WIAA sectional meet on Monday, almost one week after placing third at the team’s regional meet.
Yordanos Zelinski didn’t mince his words following a fifth-place finish at the Stoughton High School sectional cross country meet on Saturday, May 1.
If approved, Oregon School District would be one of a dozen school districts in Dane County to receive mental health support funds.
Oregon High School students participated in the Federal Junior Duck Stamp Competition, which wrapped up judging this month, with several winning honors.
Music educators in the Oregon School District are setting a high standard for themselves, as the district was honored this month with its third consecutive music education award from the Natio…
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
- Public works department hiring for two positions
- Girls cross country: Oregon uses pack running to finish second at state meet
- Youth swimming: TigerSharks excel in national meet in Florida
- Board OKs temporary athletic fields
- OSD music programs win national award – again
- Oregon farm inspires artist Kelly Murray’s latest exhibit
- Boys soccer: Panthers’ season ends in sectional loss to Regents
- County will allow larger gatherings, higher capacities with new order
- Girls golf: Oregon escapes Stoughton
- Boys cross country: Zelinski earns seventh in return to state meet
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