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GLIDE — About 200 people attended a community meeting in Glide on Tuesday night to listen to fire officials talk about the Umpqua North Complex fires, and to give residents of the area a chance to ask questions about the progress, evacuations, road closures and other topics.

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As Wayne Patterson and his wife, Margarita, sit at a restaurant table for brunch, they carefully listen to the specials and chat about certain seasonings and sauces. They are particular about what they order, and savor bites as they rate their dish with one another.

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Troopers from the Fish and Wildlife Division of the Oregon State Police are asking for the public’s help to identify the person responsible for the unlawful killing of a cow elk in Douglas County.

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Howdy everyone! I hope you have been out fishing lately, and if you haven’t, I want you to put down this paper, walk to a mirror and repeat these words: “I WILL go fishing, I WILL go fishing, I WILL go fishing.”

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As Wayne Patterson and his wife, Margarita, sit at a restaurant table for brunch, they carefully listen to the specials and chat about certain seasonings and sauces. They are particular about what they order, and savor bites as they rate their dish with one another.

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Troopers from the Fish and Wildlife Division of the Oregon State Police are asking for the public’s help to identify the person responsible for the unlawful killing of a cow elk in Douglas County.

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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…

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Howdy everyone! I hope you have been out fishing lately, and if you haven’t, I want you to put down this paper, walk to a mirror and repeat these words: “I WILL go fishing, I WILL go fishing, I WILL go fishing.”

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The continental United States will have an amazing celestial show Aug. 21, a solar eclipse. Most people across the U.S., northern Mexico and Southern Canada will see a partial solar eclipse from a meager 30 percent in La Paz, Mexico, to 99 percent near the path of maximum lunar shadow, or th…

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A two-vehicle accident involving caused a semi-truck and trailer to burst into flames and tip on its side in the southbound lanes of Interstate 5 near the Garden Valley Boulevard overpass, temporarily shutting down southbound I-5.

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A Myrtle Creek man will face a new trial after a second trial for the 2013 murder of a Tri City man resulted in a second mistrial Thursday, adding another twist to the complicated case.

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The Douglas County Chief Financial Officer is suing the county, Douglas County Commissioner Gary Leif, Assessor Roger Hartman, county employee Frank Lassen and Larry Saccato for more than $4.5 million, according to court documents.