Tuesday, March 3, 2015
Oregon kids had a chance to learn the ins and outs of hockey for free Saturday, Feb. 21, as part of the national “Try Hockey for Free” day at the Oregon Ice Arena. Oregon hockey coaches were on hand to offer tips, and spent a lot of time helping kids ages 3-12 learn to skate with a... + continue reading
Sunday, March 1, 2015
He’s been directing the nationally recognized Cabinetmaking and Millwork Program at Madison College for 15 years, and in 2008 was named Educator of the Year by the Wood Machine Industry. Oregon’s Patrick Molzahn is one of the most respected craftsmen and woodworking educators in the... + continue reading
Saturday, February 28, 2015
The only Belleville swimmer on the Oregon/Belleville boys swimming co-op, junior Eli Rule had a bit of a coming out party Saturday at the WIAA Division 1 state meet, contributing to two more school records inside the UW-Madison Natatorium. Though Rule had tapered to swim his best at the state... + continue reading
Friday, February 27, 2015
The Oregon High School girls basketball team hadn’t shared a conference title in 32 years, but coming into Friday, a Stoughton win over Madison Edgewood meant the Panthers would be co-champions of the Badger South. As Oregon handled non-conference Baraboo – which the Panthers beat 58-... + continue reading
Thursday, February 26, 2015
Two years ago at this time, Lisa and Jeff Arndt had already shipped their tandem bicycle to San Diego and were on their way to the West Coast themselves. They spent the next 47 days riding coast to coast, almost 3,000 miles, to raise funds for the Custom Canines Service Dog Academy in Madison.... + continue reading
03/05/2015
The Oregon Observer won six awards from the Wisconsin Newspaper Association’s convention last week, including four first-place honors. The Observer took both first and third place in the... + continue reading

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The Oregon Observer won six awards from the Wisconsin Newspaper Association’s convention last week, including four first-place honors. The Observer took both first and third place in the... + continue reading

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03/05/2015
Friday’s 72-50 season-ending loss against third-seeded Stoughton in the WIAA Division 2 regional semifinals does not define the 2014-15 Oregon High School girls basketball season, head coach... + continue reading
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Schools

Concerned about the negative effects Gov. Walker’s recently proposed budget would have on education in Oregon, the school board is drafting a letter to send to district parents and guardians.... + continue reading

Community

State Rep. Andy Jorgensen (D-Milton) announced this week he and fellow State Rep. Sondy Pope (D-Cross Plains) will hold a budget listening session at the Firefly Coffeehouse on March 9. The stop is... + continue reading

Business

As Oregon Community Bank and Trust continued to use more technology in its banking, it wanted its Main Street branch to reflect that approach. The bank, which has been in Oregon since 1976, recently... + continue reading

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