The Umpqua region, with a focus on Roseburg, will be one of the three new demonstration communities in Oregon for the Blue Zones Project, a program meant to help residents improve their health and well being.

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Douglas County added a total of 720 jobs over the year ending in March, at a 2 percent annual growth rate. Of those, the private sector accounted for 710 jobs, which Annette Shelton-Tiderman, regional economist, said is nice to see.

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Hundreds of bills are proposed in the state legislature each session. Some will make it over the hurdles one-by-one — first surviving a committee hearing and vote, then the House and Senate, and finally a signature from the governor.

Guy Kennerly is the choice for UCC Board of Trustees, Zone 5. I have known Guy for over 20 years and in many roles, from Winston-Dillard School Board member to coaching youth sports to Rotarian. No matter which hat he is wearing, Guy always works selflessly at a tireless pace to not only ful…

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500 Pictures, 100 letters, movie stubs, discs, poems, cards, concert tickets all carefully placed into a brown woven box. The same brown woven box that used to hold my shower towels now held the last seven years of my life.

"He looks normal though." I heard it again. If only they knew. Then, maybe, I wouldn't get that snide look in the grocery store like I was somehow failing as a mom. Maybe they'd know that the reason he is screaming is indeed my fault, but not for the reasons they think. I changed plans again…

I love pasta! I always have and I always will. When I realized pasta did not love me, I had to find a replacement. I found spaghetti squash and we have developed a great relationship. Even my kids like it.