Canyonville Community Library will likely reopen next month. The exact date hasn’t been firmed up yet, but will probably either be Aug. 14 or 21.
The Douglas County Board of Commissioners Wednesday approved an intergovernmental agreement with the Friends of the Canyonville Library, to allow that group to reopen the library and check out books.
WINCHESTER — Determined. Tough. Gentle. Those were some of the words people called out to describe Sue Shaffer at a memorial service Saturday.
CANYONVILLE — A mobile eye exam unit from a Portland hospital visited Canyonville over the weekend to offer comprehensive eye exams at no cost to Cow Creek tribal members and their families.
CANYONVILLE — The 17th annual Wings of Courage Tea and Fashion Show to benefit cancer patients in Douglas County, was a sellout at Seven Feathers Casino Resort in Canyonville last weekend.
CANYONVILLE — Through the successes and challenges of the timber industry, Ralph Huffman and Roger Wright are celebrating the 60th anniversary of their logging business this year.
Bringing together a variety of viewpoints regarding the conservation of the Pacific salmon, the third annual Salmon Summit is set to begin at 2 p.m. Monday at Seven Feathers Casino Resort in Canyonville. Speakers, panels, films and presentations are scheduled for the summit that will continu…
CANYONVILLE — It’s rare for a service organization to celebrate 150 years in a community, and it’s even rarer to find someone who has served 60 years in the same club. But that’s exactly what the city of Canyonville celebrated last Sunday when the Independent Order of Odd Fellows marked a ce…
Armed with beakers, chemicals and a desire to share his knowledge of science, Aaron Berenbach of Explosions Inc. enthralled kids and parents Tuesday afternoon with lively experiments as part of the Douglas County Library’s weekly Summer Reading Program in Roseburg.
CANYONVILLE — The stock market team at Canyonville Christian Academy headed for the East Coast last week to meet with members of Congress in Washington, D.C., take a tour of New York City and make a point.
CANYONVILLE — At 16, Jeremy Hughes started working in the food industry as a dishwasher, doing his best to help out fry cooks or chefs, anything that might help him grab a spot as a line cook. Some 20 years later, Hughes, now 39, can be found hustling around the six different restaurants at …