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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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Every four years, the Oregon School Activities Association goes through a process called classification and districting, where a committee looks at how high schools around the state compare to each other and what sports leagues and levels the schools should participate in.

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When the lights go out and the doors close at the Roseburg library today, those actions will feel uncomfortably metaphoric. The light of knowledge being snuffed. The doors granting every county resident access to that knowledge shut and barred.

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The News-Review frequently runs editorials by other newspapers, in addition to our own, on our opinion pages. Sometimes the views expressed by the editors at other newspapers accord with our own. Other times, though, it seems we’re viewing the world through very different lenses.

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Library lovers in Roseburg made their views abundantly clear in the November election. Unlike the county as a whole, the majority of Roseburg voters said they wanted to save their library by forming a countywide library district.

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Hundreds of bills are proposed in the state legislature each session. Some will make it over the hurdles one-by-one — first surviving a committee hearing and vote, then the House and Senate, and finally a signature from the governor.

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W olves were reintroduced to Yellowstone National Park in 1995. Four years later a single wolf was sighted in Eastern Oregon. And then in 2011, OR7, a radio-collared wolf, made his presence known in the Southern Cascades. He probably set foot in eastern Douglas County on his travels.

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Police photos involving dead crime victims would be exempt from public records laws under Senate Bill 508, which unfortunately was passed by the Senate Committee on Judiciary last week on a unanimous vote.

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