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There’s a distinct correlation between parental addiction and child abuse and neglect. A parent’s addiction to drugs or alcohol is a factor one third of the time children are placed in foster care, according to the Child Welfare Information Gateway of the U.S. Department of Health & Huma…

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Harold Phillips could put on a show. And after more than two decades of the finest showmanship this county had to offer, we’re sad to see him go.

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It’s the twinkle in the eye of a rest home resident, remembering the ’52 Pontiac she sneaked out of Grandma’s garage when she was 14, just so she could drive it around the block.

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News broke about two weeks ago that the North Douglas School District was not in compliance with the Oregon Department of Education and was at risk of losing state funds, because the district failed to inform the state of its new mascot.

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EDITOR’S NOTE: The following text is a transcription of the Stone Engraving of the parchment Declaration of Independence (the document on display in the Rotunda at the National Archives Museum.) The spelling and punctuation reflects the original.

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The News-Review’s prep athlete of the week banquet was the official end of the high school sports season, and summer sports have already started in Douglas County as the Dr. Stewart’s Legion baseball team played its first two games this weekend and schools are getting ready to shut their doo…

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When the Roseburg Public School District announces they’ll be reducing the number of teacher’s aides, but claims that with a little re-training of its teachers an even better educational system is on the horizon, it’s hard not to see that as the district putting a brave face on one more hit …

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The Umpqua North Complex fires increased Sunday as a smoke inversion lifted, and by Monday morning the fire had grown 10,793 acres. Residents from Dry Creek and Illahee remained evacuated from their homes Monday, and Clearwater residents were put under a Level 1 evacuation notice over the weekend.

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