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  • MIKE HENNEKE and IAN CAMPBELL The News-Review
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The southbound lane of the Stewart Parkway S curves remained closed for nearly two hours Monday evening after a single vehicle left the northbound lane of the curves and traveled across an adjacent muddy field before landing upright in nearby Sweetbriar Creek, according to police.

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These logs are the highlights of initial emergency calls and reports to the Douglas County Dispatch Center. They do not represent all of the incidents or their final outcomes.

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Josephine County commissioners Tuesday rejected putting a law enforcement levy on the May ballot. That could lead to Josephine County’s jail closing in 2017. If so, Josephine officials shouldn’t look north to Douglas County to house their inmates, said Douglas County Sheriff John Hanlin.

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  • Oregon Department of Transportation
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Most travel lanes through the Highway 138 Corridor Solutions work zone will be open during the Thanksgiving weekend as prime contractor Carter and Company prepares to shut down work for the winter.

  • Saphara Harrell The (Coos Bay) World
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COOS BAY — A man threatening to ignite several propane tanks on his boat at the Coos Bay Boardwalk Thursday afternoon was apprehended without incident after causing major traffic disruptions along busy U.S. Highway 101 corridor.

  • Saphara Harrell The (Coos Bay) World
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COOS BAY — A man threatening to ignite several propane tanks on his boat at the Coos Bay Boardwalk Thursday afternoon was apprehended without incident after causing major traffic disruptions along busy U.S. Highway 101 corridor.

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The Nextdoor website, and phone app, was created for neighbors in a local community to know what is going on in their neighborhood. Whether it’s looking up crime, finding a lost pet or posting events, Nextdoor hopes to provide a safe atmosphere for people to connect.

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The driver of a vehicle that flipped over in front of Douglas High School was taken to the hospital Monday morning after firefighters freed Christina Weaver, 53, from the overturned vehicle.

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While trainees weren’t sporting the cliche yellow protective suits and handling glowing green liquid, members from some of Oregon’s 13 regional hazmat teams gathered at the National Guard Armory on Thursday in Roseburg for a training.