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Hillbilly Heaven may be heading to the great beyond.

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October is a great month: fall colors, cooler weather, pumpkin flavored everything and National 4-H Week. Even though we are past the official National 4-H Week, it isn’t too late to celebrate the accomplishments of the more than 6 million youth who are reached annually through 4-H, as well …

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From a ranch in Oakland 10 years ago, to a notable career as a police horse in Portland only to return home last August, one thing is for sure.

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Editor’s Note: The day after the shooting at UCC on Oct. 1, 2015, Jemelene Wilson wrote a letter to the world that quickly went viral across the globe. Two years later, this is Wilson’s sequel to her original commentary.

  • Sara Runkel OSU Extension
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The rainy season will be here soon, and livestock in small pastures, paddocks or other confined spaces benefit from proper management of mud and manure. Now is the time to identify those areas that need treatment, such as high traffic areas and roof drip lines. Not managing mud and manure pr…

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Deep crimson crept from behind tiny golden balls of pollen to blend into the pumpkin-orange tips of a dahlia’s eight small petals. Across the room, a dinner plate-sized dahlia with too many magenta and cotton-candy-pink petals to count floated in a water-filled bowl while a round spiky ball …

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About eight juveniles gathered on the front lawn of the Douglas County Courthouse on Monday evening for a friendly game of touch football. At one point the score was 35-35, but nobody could be sure after that. According to the National Weather Service, more dry weather is forecast for much o…

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Canyonville’s summer activities are now over, and we look forward to fall and winter events. Thank you to all the firefighters and support crews; we pray blessing and protection over them as they put their lives on the line to protect our communities. The farmers market was a big success thi…

  • TERESA MIDDLETON For The News-Review
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October is a great month: fall colors, cooler weather, pumpkin flavored everything and National 4-H Week. Even though we are past the official National 4-H Week, it isn’t too late to celebrate the accomplishments of the more than 6 million youth who are reached annually through 4-H, as well …

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A Roseburg woman is one of 61 volunteers from the American Red Cross in Oregon and southwest Washington who have been deployed across five southern states, the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico to deal with the devastating effects from four Hurricanes. Additionally, volunteers from the Pac…

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From a ranch in Oakland 10 years ago, to a notable career as a police horse in Portland only to return home last August, one thing is for sure.

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A group of petitioners failed to come up with enough signatures to recall Roseburg City Councilor Ashley Hicks, city staff confirmed Wednesday.

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There were three big events that took place over the last three months here in little old Drain. The first was the opening of our new store. Yes, Drain has finally ramped up to the big time and had a national chain store locate here. Dollar General opened their doors to the public the last w…

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Editor’s Note: The day after the shooting at UCC on Oct. 1, 2015, Jemelene Wilson wrote a letter to the world that quickly went viral across the globe. Two years later, this is Wilson’s sequel to her original commentary.

  • Sara Runkel OSU Extension
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The rainy season will be here soon, and livestock in small pastures, paddocks or other confined spaces benefit from proper management of mud and manure. Now is the time to identify those areas that need treatment, such as high traffic areas and roof drip lines. Not managing mud and manure pr…