WINSTON — The first impression can be a lasting one, which is why the city of Winston is taking a deeper look at how visitors see it at first glance.
A dozen volunteers shuffled thousands of papers into envelopes Thursday afternoon as part of a city-wide fundraiser to save the Roseburg Senior Center.
Southern Oregon Goodwill Industries is planning to close the Goodwill As Is Outlet at 1807 N.E. Diamond Lake Blvd., Roseburg at 4 p.m. on Nov. 4. The outlet store and donation site opened in 2010.
NeighborWorks Umpqua is celebrating 25 years of assisting people with low or moderate incomes obtain affordable housing and community-based economic opportunity across Douglas, Coos and Curry Counties.
Second Chance Village, the organization proposing to place transitional housing somewhere in Douglas County, is set to host an “American Idol”-style sing-off to raise funds.
Covered in soapy bubbles, dogs of all shapes and sizes were washed in plastic kiddie pools while their owners donated to For the Love of Paws Income Based Veterinary Services.
Walking all night long around the track at Melrose Elementary School, 38 teams participated in Relay for Life of Douglas County this weekend, raising $188,877.81 for the American Cancer Society.
CANYONVILLE — Ten nonprofits in Douglas County, and many more throughout Oregon, are set to receive thousands of dollars from the Cow Creek Umpqua Indian Foundation, the tribe announced Thursday.
Five exhibits will be on display at the Umpqua Valley Arts Center galleries from Friday through July 8, portraying multiple approaches of artistic expression for local art enthusiasts to appreciate.
Don’t think you are going to some ordinary zoo when you’re heading to Winston’s Wildlife Safari. Visitors will truly get up close and personal with wild animals from Africa, Asia and the Americas in a 600-acre habitat, as well as learn about them and the Safari’s noted conservation efforts.
The Greater Douglas United Way’s Annual Giving Campaign announced Monday that it raised $1,135,092 in donations during its 2015-’16 campaign that began last September and ended March 31.