• STEVE RENQUIST For The News-Review
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A few weeks ago, I wrote about the gradual warming trend the Pacific Northwest has been experiencing over the past 15 to 20 years. The daytime high temperatures have routinely reached the 90-degree range, while nighttime low temperatures stayed in the 60s. These would be 10 degrees warmer th…

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SUTHERLIN — Representatives of the Sutherlin business community met Tuesday evening at the Sutherlin Community Center to discuss the possibility of asking owners to register their businesses with the City of Sutherlin.

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It didn’t take long for the weather to make a quick turn from the hot, dry summer conditions, to wet and cool conditions just before the official start of fall.

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On Talking Health on News Radio 1240 KQEN, Trina McLure-Gwaltney, Healthy Kids Outreach Program manager, and Mandy Hatfield, OSU Extension Service SNAP-Ed program manager, talked about some new programs that are starting in the Douglas County schools this year to get kids eating healthier.

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About three weeks ago, a “Little Free Library” was added to the Discovery Garden near River Forks Park west of Roseburg. It’s a pretty yellow box that resembles a little house, put up on a post, with a window that opens like a door, and shelves inside filled with children’s books.

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The Umpqua North Complex fires in the Umpqua National Forest have grown to 43,139 acres and have remained 38 percent contained as of Tuesday morning. The cooler temperatures and rain showers throughout the day Monday and Tuesday night have kept fire behavior minimal.

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A Myrtle Creek Economic Vitality Roadmap meeting is slated for 6 p.m. Thursday at City Hall, 207 NW Pleasant St., Myrtle Creek.