Tuesday, September 2, 2014
After voters shot down two referenda in 2012, Oregon School District officials are back with a new plan for some old buildings, as well as some innovative ways to recreate school space in the future. With a vote coming up this fall, the result will no doubt have long-lasting effects for the... + continue reading
Friday, August 29, 2014
Inspired by the loss of senior co-captain Peter Kissling’s grandfather and head coach Dan Kissling’s father, the Oregon High School football opened the 2014 season with a 19-14 victory over the visiting Sauk Prairie Eagles. “I think it really motivated us,” Peter Kissling... + continue reading
Thursday, August 28, 2014
The Sounds of Summer Concert series, held at Waterman Triangle Park, featured live music by The Dang-Its and food from Pizza Pit on Aug. 19. The Madison-based band plays honky-tonk, western swing, Americana, country blues, bluegrass, Cajun, classic country and folk music. + continue reading
Tuesday, August 26, 2014
With little rain this month, some water sources are drying up. Such is the case at the Lerner Conservation Park pond near the corner of Alpine Parkway and Hwy. CC in Oregon. Wildlife came out to play, look for food and build homes in the shallow water on Aug. 14. + continue reading
Sunday, August 24, 2014
Every field of human endeavor has its experts, and most people probably don’t know that Oregon has its own nationally recognized quilting expert. Julie Jenkins owns and operates The Quilt House on Netherwood Road, where she sews together pieces of other people’s quilts from throughout... + continue reading
09/02/2014
Oregon School District voters will decide in November on a pair of referendums totaling nearly $55 million. The two questions are both related to capital projects and maintenance on district schools... + continue reading

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08/29/2014
Oregon businessman Marty Verhelst returned to a meeting of the Village Board last week with more details about a plan to build a truck repair facility in the Alpine Business Park. Verhelst proposed... + continue reading

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09/01/2014
The Oregon girls tennis team traveled north to Baraboo on Tuesday for a Badger Conference crossover against the Thunderbirds and fell 4-3, despite winning three of four singles matches. Baraboo... + continue reading
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Oregon School District voters will decide in November on a pair of referendums totaling nearly $55 million. The two questions are both related to capital projects and maintenance on district schools... + continue reading

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Family and friends of Oregon resident Patricia Lemberger are organizing a benefit and fundraiser to help with medical bills following a severe stroke she suffered in June. A neurologist at St. Mary... + continue reading

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Randy Joswig’s 17-year-old daughter was going to Madison with her friends one cold night in January 2013 when Joswig asked why she’d be driving there on the “icy” roads.... + continue reading

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