Snow and ice storms that passed through Douglas County earlier this month forced local school districts to cancel classes because of hazardous driving conditions that impacted student and staff safety.
The application process for the 2017 Umpqua Community College Scholars Program will begin Jan. 30 for Douglas County students graduating in spring 2017.
WINCHESTER — Umpqua Community College will soon be seeing some changes regarding facilities. The information came up during a work session held Wednesday before UCC’s monthly board of trustees meeting.
The Intel Oregon FIRST LEGO League State Robotics Championships scheduled to take place Saturday and Sunday in Hillsboro has been postponed.
Three Douglas County youth robotic teams have earned entry in this weekend’s Intel Oregon FIRST LEGO League State Championship Tournaments.
Roseburg Public Schools announced a vacancy on its budget committee. This vacancy is to fill the remainder of a term that expires on June 30, 2018.
In its 38th year of providing chorale music 12 days after Christmas, the Vintage Singers will hold its Twelfth Night Concerts at the Roseburg First Presbyterian Church on Friday and Saturday.
The Douglas County OSU Extension Service is offering a no-school day activity on Monday, Jan. 16, on the Martin Luther King Holiday, for youth ages 5 to 18 to participate in 4-H youth programming opportunities.
GREEN — Pacific Power and other local businesses have come together to build a community memorial as a symbolic remembrance of the tragic shooting that took place at Umpqua Community College on Oct. 1, 2015.
The first ever TEDxRoseburg event is scheduled for July 29 at Umpqua Community College with the theme of “More than Words” to honor the spirit of of TED. Topics will focus on technology, entertainment and design.
State health and education officials have launched a database for accessing water test results for lead in Oregon schools. The tool provides an interactive map of Oregon and displays results for school buildings across the state.
The Umpqua Community College announced that 238 full-time students with 12 credits or more are on the President’s List and 124 students are on the Dean’s List for fall term 2016.
Providing a safe place where students can do laundry, take a shower, get food and some new clothing may not be the primary purpose of schools, but across rural Douglas County schools are more often taking on this role in the lives of their students.