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Surviving for 150 years seems like a reason to celebrate. Just ask members of the National Grange.

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The Umpqua Weavers and Spinners Guild and the U-Spin Fibers Guild showed off their spinning and weaving equipment and techniques at their annual Celebration of Fibers event at the Riversdale Grange Saturday.

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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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Nearly two dozen artists who woke up at dawn Friday to paint at Doc Bailey’s Farm during Umpqua Plein Air were not disappointed. The early morning light provided perfect illumination for several different landscape options for artists working in different mediums during the annual three-day …

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SALEM — Oregon’s Senior Health Insurance Benefits Assistance program staff members and volunteers help consumers understand and enroll in Medicare, but they never make unsolicited phone calls. Anyone who did not contact SHIBA first should refuse to share any personal information and hang up …

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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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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…