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
Friday, August 22, 2014
The Oregon Youth Center is losing its support from the YMCA of Dane County in November and is looking for the village’s help as it attempts to transition to a nonprofit corporation or find another managing partner. Youth center manager Diane Newlin and two Advisory Board members, Kris... + continue reading
Tuesday, August 19, 2014
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. “She’s like, ‘dad, there’s nothing to do in this town in the evening,’... + continue reading
Sunday, August 17, 2014
Assistant high school principals often get a reputation for being the “heavy,” or the school disciplinarian. But new Oregon High School assistant principal Josh Iverson comes to his job with a different perspective – a background in special education teaching that carries on a... + continue reading
08/25/2014
The Village Board on Monday accepted Oregon Chief of Police Doug Pettit’s retirement with the village. His retirement is effective Sept. 1. Pettit has been on medical leave since May and is... + continue reading

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08/26/2014
Supporters of the Oregon Bike Trail heard some good news and some bad news at Monday’s meeting of the Oregon Village Board. The good news is that construction of the trail is finally underway... + continue reading

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08/25/2014
Oregon’s girls tennis team finished third overall at the Badger South Conference meet last year led by the third place finishes of its No. 3 singles player and the No. 3 relay team. With only... + continue reading
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Taking a step back during a special meeting where they could have set in motion a set of referenda to be voted on Nov. 4 , the Oregon School Board decided Tuesday to wait on approving the measures.... + continue reading

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Getting back into the learning mode in fall isn’t just for students. The Oregon Area Senior Center is offering a new educational class for seniors called “Brunch for Your Brain.”... + 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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