The Oregon Community Foundation awarded more than $30,000 this year to arts-related nonprofits serving Douglas County.
ELKTON — The annual Blooms & Butterflies Celebration will take place from 10 a..m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, June 17, at the Elkton Community Education Center, 15850 Highway 38, with a 5K run at 9:30 a.m.
The number of children entering the foster care system is exploding, and there’s hardly enough people to stand by their side as court-appointed special advocates.
For The Love Of Paws will hold several community outreach events on three consecutive Saturdays to benefit the public and to raise public awareness and funds for the nonprofit veterinary hospital that recently opened its doors.
Children visiting the YMCA of Douglas County have an opportunity for an exciting summer through a variety of programs and activities that stimulate both mind and body.
Feed the Burg is taking a two-month hiatus as it re-evaluates ways it could garner more volunteers and donations.
WINCHESTER — Rising nearly 45 feet in the air while tethered to three stable vehicles in the Costco parking lot Saturday, a RE/MAX Realty hot air balloon gave rides to visitors to raise funds for the Children’s Miracle Network.
The Oregon Community Foundation approved $105,470 in grants this month for charities based in Roseburg and Sutherlin.
The following Joseph Lane Middle School students are on the third quarter honor roll for the 2016-17 school year.
During the summer months in Roseburg, 7 p.m. Tuesdays is Music on the Half Shell time. The upcoming series of events will range from folk to funk and from bluegrass to classical.
The Cow Creek Band of the Umpqua Tribe of Indians is honoring another milestone this year — the Cow Creek Umpqua Indian Foundation is celebrating 20 years of service to southern Oregon communities.
Wildlife Safari will celebrate 35 years of outreach to the disabled community this year as it celebrates its annual Day of Discovery from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday, May 15, in the Safari Village, 1790 Safari Road, Winston.
Oregon Native American tribes were slow to act when the federal government began allowing casinos on tribal lands almost 30 years ago, but the Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Indians fearlessly took the first step.
The Roseburg branch library is likely to close at the end of this month, but city councilors have made their first step toward opening those doors again in the future.
Instant noodle cups, canned beans and boxes of microwaveable popcorn line what little shelf space Alvin and Marian Catron have in their motel room, where they have been living for the last four months.
GLIDE — With names like snow queen, fairy slipper, prince’s pine and buttercup, a guided tour along the North Umpqua Trail east of Glide is like stepping into a fairy tale.
The 17th Annual Douglas County Earth Day and Energy Fair 2017 will take place this Saturday in the Exhibit Building at the Douglas County Fairgrounds, celebrating the actual date of Earth Day on April 22 this year.
Through Southern Oregon Goodwill Industries’ workforce development program, Gary Eads, owner of McDonald’s franchises in Douglas County, has offered job opportunities and support to Goodwill clients with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
At a Douglas County Community FEAST workshop held on Saturday at the Umpqua Valley Arts Center, about 60 people with food affiliations shared in conversations about local food systems and food insecurities.