Public Health Madison and Dane County’s Emergency Order No. 16, which takes effect May 5, will allow restaurants and taverns to operate at 75% capacity.
The number of newly discovered cases of COVID-19 within the Oregon School District was 26 this week, a rate similar to the week prior.
The Village Board designated various Oregon spaces as temporary playing fields for local sports teams at its April 19 meeting.
Corn stalks from an Oregon farm were put on display at the Arts and Literature Laboratory in Madison earlier this year, as an expression of one Madison-based artist’s pain.
A dialogue on voting rights will be the focus of an open mic event set for 6-7 p.m. Friday, May 7.
The Oregon Area Senior Center will offer outdoor classes this summer, according to its newsletter.
For two weeks a group of Oregon Community Swim Club athletes were busy getting sun, swimming fast and having fun at International Swim Coaches’ Association meets in Saint Petersburg, Florida.
Oregon High School senior John Thysse shot a 2-over par 38 and it all came together for the Oregon boys golf team to tie the Division 2 top-ranked team Madison Edgewood on Tuesday, April 27, at the Legend of Bergamont in Oregon.
With a bloody cut showing through the tape on his chin, Oregon High School senior defensive end Gabe Pearson walked around Panther Stadium one final time talking with and hugging teammates.
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…
The Oregon School District is among 10 Wisconsin schools named to this year’s Advanced Placement District Honor Roll for student participation in AP courses.
Even during a pandemic, the show must go on.
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.
The Wine Reserve, 113 N. Main St., greeted its first customers on Monday, April 5, in a grand opening event.
This Week's E-edition
- Town of Oregon: ATV/UTV ordinance could need referendum
- North Main project will have single-lane traffic, brief water shut-offs
- Softball: Oregon steps up in sixth to beat Watertown
- Flanagan elected school board president
- Baseball: Oregon battles back but drops season opener to Milton
- Girls tennis: Panthers’ doubles teams soak up state experience
- Steve Zach reflects on years on school board, growth of district
- Reading with drag 'royalty'
- District honored for student participation in AP classes
- Marguerite Stroede
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