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The Roseburg Police Department has cleared out about 10,500 pounds of debris from homeless camps along the South Umpqua River, and it still has an estimated 500 pounds to go.

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Providing a safe place where students can do laundry, take a shower, get food and some new clothing may not be the primary purpose of schools, but across rural Douglas County schools are more often taking on this role in the lives of their students.

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Roseburg City Council candidates offered their solutions for homelessness, their stances on the library district ballot measure and ideas for bolstering economic development in Roseburg during a candidates forum with The News-Review editorial board on Tuesday.

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WINCHESTER — Casa de Belen, a shelter for homeless kids and teen parents in Roseburg, didn’t get to have its fundraiser last year, because it was scheduled the weekend after the Umpqua Community College shooting tragedy.

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The Veterans Appreciation Golf Tournament at Roseburg Country Club was well attended, with 33 four-player teams participating.