In an effort to regulate Airbnb-style residence rentals, the Town of Dunn is considering enacting an annual short-term rental license and room tax ordinance.
A Town of Dunn resident who opposes parts of a bike trail connection to Capital Springs State Park is hoping town citizens scrutinize maps of the plans themselves.
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.
Anyone looking for a place to get their feet tapping to live music might consider heading to Brooklyn this weekend.
The Neighbors In Need Of Assistance fund is for families in the Oregon School District needing financial support for basic necessities.
While it’s a chilly morning in January with the mercury barely in the mid-teens, Oregon resident Pat Hermsen has already turned his attention to March.
After losing a second straight game, the Oregon boys hockey team rebounded for a comeback win and then turned in its first shutout this season.
Oregon sophomore Seth Niday showed why he is an up-and-coming wrestler at 152 pounds on Friday, Jan. 22, posting two pins in a double dual at Fort Atkinson High School.
The Oregon High School boys swimming team turned in a dominating performance on Friday, Jan. 22, winning 10 of 11 events in a double dual against Watertown and host Fort Atkinson.
Leaving space open for students to return who left the district since the COVID-19 schools closure, the Oregon School Board approved a lower number of open enrollment seats for the 2021-22 sch…
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.
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.
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- Trio of upcoming music events in Brooklyn
- Lakestone to get $2.75 million in TIF
- A walk down memory Lane: Director leaves Shadow Drum and Bugle Corp after 16 years
- Oregon author writes adventure novel
- Highlands of Netherwood apartment proposal goes to Feb. 4 hearing
- Oregon resident builds bird houses for village park
- Eight Oregon students win MLK awards
- Wrestling: Oregon dominated by Beaver Dam, Baraboo
- Boys hockey: Fifth-ranked Oregon can’t overcome Monroe
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