Monday, December 22, 2014
A glut of military gear stashed at the Oregon Police Department over the past decade – ranging from camouflage coats and backpacks to helmets and rifles – is being cleared out by the new police chief. “Right now, those things are taking up space that should be and could be better... + continue reading
Sunday, December 21, 2014
Of all the medals awarded by the United States military, the Purple Heart is perhaps the most sacred. A tradition started in 1917, it is given for U.S. military personnel wounded or killed That more than a million were earned during World War II is a testament to the extent of the American... + continue reading
Thursday, December 18, 2014
Many district students participated “national “Hour of Code” projects last week. A group of Rome Corners Intermediate School sixth-graders kept busy Dec. 12 with coding assignments that blended fun and learning.  + continue reading
Thursday, December 11, 2014
Oregon lit up its holiday tree Friday, Dec. 5, and plenty of people were on hand to enjoy the ceremony and the party that followed at the BMO Harris Bank. Photos by Mark Ignatowski. + continue reading
Tuesday, December 9, 2014
Pressure is an understatement when talking about the Oregon High School girls basketball team’s performance Tuesday in a 46-35 win over Madison Edgewood. The host Panthers (1-2 overall, 1-0 Badger South) bottled up the Crusaders for much of the night and collected 12 total steals, while also... + continue reading
12/19/2014
The Village Board Monday authorized village administrator Mike Gracz and acting police chief Dale Burke to conduct a search process for a new chief of police. Gracz and Burke will work with the... + continue reading

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12/22/2014
A glut of military gear stashed at the Oregon Police Department over the past decade – ranging from camouflage coats and backpacks to helmets and rifles – is being cleared out by the new... + continue reading

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12/22/2014
Despite a blowout win in the first round of the University School of Milwaukee Hockey Classic Tournament on Friday, the Icebergs suffered through a pair of tough losses on Saturday. The Icebergs... + continue reading
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Many district students participated “national “Hour of Code” projects last week. A group of Rome Corners Intermediate School sixth-graders kept busy Dec. 12 with coding assignments... + continue reading

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Of all the medals awarded by the United States military, the Purple Heart is perhaps the most sacred. A tradition started in 1917, it is given for U.S. military personnel wounded or killed That more... + continue reading

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It’s never too early – or too late – to start estate planning, and after having moved his office out of his home this spring, Dan Krause and partner Nelson Donovan are hoping to... + continue reading

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