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Eagles, hawks, owls, falcons — a variety of these birds and others will be featured guests this weekend at the 21st annual ServPro Sportsmen’s & Outdoor Recreation Show at the Douglas County Fairgrounds.

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The Friends of the Umpqua Hiking Club is planning an 8-mile hike from Lost Creek Lake along the Rogue River trail to the Cascade Gorge Saturday, Feb. 25.

  • AARON BAIMBRIDGE For The News-Review
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We are already a month into this new year and just like last year, this year didn’t pause to let me finish up last year before starting. I find myself still working to finish up the last couple years as 2017 starts. I am sure several people reading this have the same feeling. 2017 also bring…

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South Umpqua Bowhunters of Myrtle Creek is planning to host the 3D Shoot Feb. 12 and March 12 at the range next to a transfer site off Dole Road via exit 108, Myrtle Creek.

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In order to get a more accurate population estimate of cougars in the area, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Umpqua District is busy collecting DNA samples of the big cats using a method called mark recapture analysis.

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Edelweiss Ski Club’s annual Community Ski Day is set to begin at 10 a.m. Feb. 4 at the Northern Exposure area of Diamond Lake. The event is free and open to the public, and club members will take skiers on a beginner’s cross-country ski route. Participants will need to have their own equipme…

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Paul Heberling of Roseburg has been ice fishing since he was a 5-year-old growing up in snowy Minnesota. He and the other fishermen would huddle in the warming huts on the deep ice, listening to “grumpy old men stories,” he said.