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Raking away fallen branches and leaves, cutting overgrown grass and pouring gravel and sand, students from the Phoenix School of Roseburg have been working to prepare some of the area’s campgrounds in time for the summer.

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After the state decided to sell the Elliott State Forest in 2015 to meet its commitment to the Common School Fund, Lone Rock Resources and the Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe of Indians submitted the only bid by the original deadline in November 2016.

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Timber companies in Douglas County, like Lone Rock Resources, grow and harvest trees to sell to local mills, including Roseburg Forest Products, Swanson Manufacturing, Nordic Veneer and Douglas County Forest Products.

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The President Donald Trump administration and fossil fuel industry sought an early appeal in the Juliana v. United States climate case, and motioned to put the upcoming trial on hold if the appeal was granted. Monday, U.S. Magistrate Judge Thomas Coffin recommended denial of the defendants’ …

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Western blue violet, Indian paintbrush and a hundred more varieties of wildflowers will be blooming this summer at Crater Lake National Park. Thanks to a guide book documenting the names, descriptions and appearances of the plants, visitors will be able to identify them as they hike along th…

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With messages like, “Earth is our mother, we must take care of her,” and “There is no planet B,” about 150 people came out to Stewart Park in Roseburg Saturday to join the March for Climate Jobs and Justice.

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Roseburg City Councilor Ashley Hicks says she is concerned about a biohazard box at Micelli Park, fearing that children could somehow come into contact with the sharp needles within it.

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With the population of bald eagles rebounding after steep declines in the 20th century, the state of Oregon and the federal government have both delisted the bird as a threatened species.