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Cattle, sheep and goats spend their days grazing among Douglas County fields, but eventually many of them are shipped north to be sold at the Eugene Livestock Auction. Some small-scale livestock owners might not have enough animals to enter in the auction, so they came up with the idea of se…

Business, Natural Resources and Outdoors Reporter

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The Umpqua Business Center and the UCC Small Business Development Center are proud to announce the one-stop shop for Douglas County businesses, providing ease for a startup or established business to access local resources, as well as providing resources outside the county to help your busin…


Samuel L. Schafer Jr., age 77, of Reno, NV, formerly of Tenmil…

Edward M. Ware, age 81, passed away February 8, 2018, in Grant…

Royal Vernon Smithey, age 78, of Sutherlin, Oregon, passed awa…

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Mr. Birchard from Lodi, California, in a letter published in The News-Review on Feb. 14, explained that his father had been a patient in the memory care unit at the VA Roseburg Healthcare System. He gave high praise to the employees, but believed that news articles had painted them with a br…

DC Family Blog

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Any parent goes through that certain age where it seems every other word out of their child is, “Why?” Thanks to Google, we can usually come up with answers. I don’t know how they did it before Siri. My eldest daughter has even reached a point where she doesn’t completely believe me until I …

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From Saturday to Sunday, a license, tag or endorsement to fish, crab or clam is unneeded. Participants including children can go anywhere in Oregon that's open to fishing, crabbing and clamming.

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EUGENE — To Julia Scher, a freshman at South Eugene High School, the school’s team name, the Axemen, represents “all the ways in which girls are considered second at our school.”

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WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump will herald a robust economy and push for bipartisan congressional action on immigration in Tuesday's State of the Union address, as he seeks to rally a deeply divided nation and boost his own sagging standing with Americans.