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After the shooting at Umpqua Community College last October, Brett Sprinkle of Roseburg wanted to do something to thank first responders for risking their lives to help out during tragic events.

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For some sophomore students returning to Umpqua Community College, this is a time to remember and honor the victims of the Oct. 1, 2015 school shooting, while also looking forward to the new school year.

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A year ago the unthinkable happened on our campus, our place of work and where we take pride in educating the citizens of Douglas County. Each person on campus has spent the last year figuring out new ways of doing what they love: providing educational opportunities for our current and futur…

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Sometimes, the only viable response to unthinkable darkness is to light a candle.

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After the Oct. 1 shooting, 10 people were brought to Mercy Medical Center. One died and three were transported to Sacred Heart Hospital at RiverBend in Springfield. Just six of those who were injured but survived have been publicly identified. The News-Review checked up on how they’re doing.

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It’s been one year, and the hole remains much the same for family, friends and a community mourning the loss of the nine victims from the shooting on Oct. 1. Even as many who knew them have moved on as best they can, the UCC 9 will never be forgotten. Here are the original tributes as printe…

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She will forever stand in front of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Roseburg, arms outstretched, in memory of the nine people killed one year ago today at Umpqua Community College.

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The victims of the Oct. 1, 2015, tragedy at Umpqua Community College, their friends and family were the focus of attention at the U.S. Capitol Wednesday.