Tuesday, May 5, 2015
Oregon High School history teacher Lou Kindschi is used to traveling around the world to bring ideas back home to her students. This time, though, she took students with her.  Kindschi and a group of six students and OHS counselor Joan Karls, returned earlier this month from a 12-day tour of... + continue reading
Monday, May 4, 2015
Oregon’s first high-visibility OWI patrol of the year was held Saturday evening throughout the main streets of the village. Sgt. Matt Wagner said preliminary numbers from the patrol are 95 traffic stops and one OWI arrest.  + continue reading
Sunday, May 3, 2015
Election season may have just wrapped up locally, but longtime Oregon resident Sandy Webber is in the midst of a different kind of campaign.  She’s been nominated as a candidate for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s (LLS) “Woman of the Year,” and she’s not... + continue reading
Thursday, April 30, 2015
Oregon area students celebrated Arbor Day on Friday, helping to plant trees, climb trees and generally learn more about the importance of trees. Brooklyn Elementary School fourth-graders visited Smithfield Park, where students helped plant a linden and buckeye tree, with DNR forester Corey... + continue reading
Sunday, April 26, 2015
Going up against the best competition in the nation is a great way to measure progress, and members of Oregon’s Shadow Indoor Percussion group were “overjoyed” how they stacked up at the biggest competition of the year.  The group finished 11th out of 36 teams at the recent... + continue reading
05/04/2015
After wrapping up his first year as Oregon School Board president, Dan Krause will remain in that role after defeating Charles Uphoff in a 4-3 election Monday night.  Barb Feeney had nominated... + continue reading

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05/01/2015
A historic church on Main Street that’s been vacant for more than a decade could be the future home of an assisted living facility. Oregon resident Marshall Mennenga confirmed last week that... + continue reading

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04/28/2015
The Oregon High School boys tennis team traveled to the Manitowoc Lincoln Invitational for the first time last weekend and won the championship.  The Panthers defeated Sheboygan North and West... + continue reading
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Oregon High School history teacher Lou Kindschi is used to traveling around the world to bring ideas back home to her students. This time, though, she took students with her.  Kindschi and a... + continue reading

Community

The 23rd annual National Association of Letter Carriers “Stamp Out Hunger” Food Drive is Saturday, May 9. Each year on the second Saturday of May, letter carriers across the country... + continue reading

Business

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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