• CRAIG REED The News-Review
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The forest provides both recreation and a livelihood for many Douglas County folks.

  • NICOLE MANDALL Smart Energy
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In September 2016, I began my year-long RARE (resource assistance for rural environments) service term working with Douglas County Smart Energy. This group has a two-part mission:

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After a hard days work, a group of friends stop by a local brewery and enjoy an evening full of laughter with a cold beer in hand. At least, that’s the vision R.J. Mills and Arin Forrest have for their craft brewing company, North Forty.

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MYRTLE CREEK— After 17 years of providing a place of activity and community for south county residents, Oregon South Fitness Club at 135 NW 2nd Ave., Myrtle Creek is planning to close.

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Cascade Self Storage, based in Novato, California, is opening a storage building complex at 1910 NE Diamond Lake Blvd. Roseburg. A sign in front of the property indicates the storage facility will open this fall to provide 730 rentable storage units.

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The business community of Douglas County is invited to join together for a day of leadership development training called Live2Lead from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 6 at the Danny Lang Center at Umpqua Community College.

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Catholic Health Initiatives, the parent company of CHI Mercy Medical Center in Roseburg, is in the final stages of its merger with Dignity Health of San Francisco. The merger would result in the largest nonprofit hospital system in the U.S.

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Sutherlin has enjoyed a summer of successful events benefiting community, businesses and visitors alike. Music Off Central featured top talent and was the best place to be on a Friday evening, cool and refreshing Central Park. The brightly colored new playground equipment is a huge hit with …

  • PAULA SWANSON For The News-Review
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Elkton celebrates the 15th annual Fort Umpqua Days on Sept. 2 and 3, offering family fun infused with a bit of local history. Originally called Drift Boat Days, Mayor Dan Burke says the celebration has gotten bigger and better each year.

  • CRAIG REED The News-Review
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The forest provides both recreation and a livelihood for many Douglas County folks.

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The Oregon Department of Transportation expects 1 million people from out of state to travel into the zone where they can see the moon completely block the sun Aug. 21, including to such cities as Newport, Salem, Corvallis, Madras and John Day. Many will be driving up Interstate 5 from Calif…

  • Sandra Thorn For The News-Review
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As summer continues, Winston businesses are sprucing up their exteriors and incorporating Wildlife Safari-themed signage into their improvements and advertising. The city of Winston recently hosted a “Business Summit” for local businesses to discuss their needs and learn about tools and serv…

  • Paulette Jones For The News-Review
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I am always excited to share my “smaller” community with my “larger” community. In my work with many communities, I have learned that we all have a different idea of community. Some of us think in terms of our neighborhood, town, county or state. I am not sure what has divided some of our sm…