Douglas Forest Protective Association responded to a fire near Honey Creek, about 9 miles northeast of Glide, late Friday night. That fire was one of a handful that flared up Friday.

With the common goal of making the healthy choice the easy choice in the Umpqua region, residents and representatives of worksites, grocery stores, restaurants, schools and faith-based organizations will be working together on the Blue Zones Project.

Construction along Stewart Parkway in Roseburg is in full swing, slowing traffic in the area, especially at the intersections with Valley View Drive and Harvey Avenue.

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With the common goal of making the healthy choice the easy choice in the Umpqua region, residents and representatives of worksites, grocery stores, restaurants, schools and faith-based organizations will be working together on the Blue Zones Project.

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I found a kale salad at the Umpqua Valley Farmers Market two weeks ago. It was the best kale salad I have ever had. It is not something offered every week from OmGrown Family Farms, so I asked the owner Aimee if she would share the recipe with The News-Review. She was thrilled to do so!

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