Monday, May 25, 2015
One hundred and fifty years ago, America’s bloody four-year Civil War finally came to an end. With it, tens of thousands of prisoners of war – those lucky enough to survive the horrors of internment – made their long treks back home, both north and south. One of those was Oregon... + continue reading
Sunday, May 24, 2015
Up until last year, Oregon resident Christine Schultek wasn’t a biker, runner or swimmer. So when she decided to train for the 2014 Ironman Triathlon, some people she knew were skeptical.  But not her close friend and fellow Oregon resident Stacy Charles, who offered her full support... + continue reading
Friday, May 22, 2015
The organizers who sent about 500 bicycles to Kenya a year ago are planning to make a final shipment of bikes to Cameroon in West Africa next month. Then they hope someone will step up and volunteer to take over the project. “Our goal is to kind of phase out the program,” organizer... + continue reading
Thursday, May 21, 2015
The 2014-15 school year is winding down at the Oregon School District, but future planning is always moving forward.  The district announced last week staffing changes for the 2015-16 school year, mainly centered around Oregon High School, which will have staff members in different positions... + continue reading
Wednesday, May 20, 2015
Senior Carson Torhorst didn’t like the way he was playing all year, but a few low rounds before Tuesday’s Badger South Conference meet at the House on the Rock Golf Resort set the stage for what was to come. Torhorst left a few opportunities on the course on the last few holes, but he... + continue reading
05/25/2015
Justin Frederick knows what it’s like to live with Crohn’s Disease and Colitis, and once again he’s organizing a car and bike show fundraiser to help raise money and awareness about... + continue reading

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05/22/2015
The Village Board on Monday took preliminary steps toward hiring a new public works director and chief of police. With public works director Mark Below retiring in September, the board accepted... + continue reading

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05/20/2015
Senior Carson Torhorst didn’t like the way he was playing all year, but a few low rounds before Tuesday’s Badger South Conference meet at the House on the Rock Golf Resort set the stage... + continue reading
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The 2014-15 school year is winding down at the Oregon School District, but future planning is always moving forward.  The district announced last week staffing changes for the 2015-16 school... + continue reading

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One hundred and fifty years ago, America’s bloody four-year Civil War finally came to an end. With it, tens of thousands of prisoners of war – those lucky enough to survive the horrors... + continue reading

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The ground floor of the building at 101 S. Main St. is vacant after DeBroux’s Diner closed suddenly two weeks ago, but it won’t be for long. Property owners Jerry and Bonnie Thiel told... + continue reading

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