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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.

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In order to keep vehicles from getting stuck in the recent snowfall, the Umpqua National Forest Service has closed a temporary gate to the Umpqua Hot Springs near Toketee past the junction of Forest Roads 34 and 3401.

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Edelweiss Ski Club is planning its first meeting of the season for Dec. 20 at Round Table Pizza, 2040 N.W. Stewart Parkway. Socializing starts at 6 p.m. followed by the meeting at 6:30 p.m.

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It’s the time of year to bundle up in warm coats, clip into skis and slide through the snow. While some ski resorts in Oregon opened as early as Thanksgiving weekend, many are celebrating the new snowy season and have opened this weekend, thanks to recent snowfall. Here’s an update of seven …