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PORTLAND — Lea Vlcek of Elkton describes herself as a long-time feminist. Feminists changed the world for women, she said, opening shelters for battered women, improving women’s health and opening up jobs to women where none had been before.

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After several months of inaction, but then in the final hours of the President Obama administration, the Department of Interior determined that the commercial lands that the Coquille Tribe purchased in Medford —170 miles away from its tribal headquarters and reservation in Coos Bay — are eli…

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After hearing from Gov. Kate Brown and members of the public at the December State Land Board meeting, the Oregon Department of State Lands (DSL) has been working to address concerns with the group proposing to buy the Elliott State Forest.

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A group of about 20 protesters lined a section of Garden Valley Boulevard in Roseburg Thursday morning, holding signs indicating their disapproval of President Donald Trump.

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Cereal, chili, bottled drinks, dry soups — those types of foods and many more were unloaded from a Sherm’s Thunderbird Market truck Thursday morning and stored in the United Community Action Network warehouse in Roseburg.

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WINCHESTER — Douglas County moved a step closer Wednesday to making about $5.4 million in improvements on Highway 99 south of Winchester Bridge.

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Researching your family history is fascinating to people who want to know where they came from and what their ancestors did along the way.

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Shortly after entering his legislative office Monday, Sen. Jeff Kruse, R-Roseburg, wasted no time in introducing a bill battling the controversial state pension system.

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MYRTLE CREEK — Representatives from the city of Myrtle Creek, the Myrtle Creek-Tri City Area Chamber of Commerce and local businesses have been collaborating for the past eight months to reach a set of goals through the Rural Development Initiatives program.

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GLENDALE — The city of Glendale’s Waste Water Plant has been inundated by a surge of storm water, forcing the plant to bypass raw sewage and storm water directly into Cow Creek at approximately 1:30 p.m. Wednesday.