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ROSEBURG — A total of 41 small business in Douglas County have been helped with COVID-19 relief funds through a $500,000 Emergency Small Business and Microenterprise Grant Program.

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Stephani Bastian, who has been custom painting windows for 43 years, decorated the exterior of The News-Review offices Monday, just in time for the Christmas season.

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The News-Review has welcomed a new multimedia reporter to its editorial team. Nancy Yingtao Lu recently graduated from University of Southern California’s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, where she received her master’s degree in journalism in August.

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WINSTON — Two tiger cubs were trying to take a nap Monday morning. Instead, they had to get weighed and checked before they were able to close their eyes.

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Guests get a sneak peek at the new In-N-Out restaurant during a private event at the Roseburg restaurant Wednesday. In-N-Out Burgers officially opened Thursday.

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Greetings from Drain. Fall is finally upon us. After an unusually warm and smoky September, most everyone is welcoming the recent rain and cooler temperatures. Smoke from wood stoves and fireplaces can now be seen around town, as well as folks outside doing fall cleanup chores around the yard.

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MMYRTLE CREEK — When Tom Williams started at Umpqua Research Company 20 years ago, he had no idea he would one day become the company’s president. He was just a college student applying for a job at the suggestion of a professor.

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Originally opened in 2000, but under its current ownership and most recent incarnation since 2010, Umpqua Survival has become a mainstay for survival enthusiasts in Douglas County.

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Outside construction is finished, the yellow and red sign is up, but representatives for In-N-Out Burger have yet to announce a date the new Roseburg location will officially open.

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It’s hard to believe that fall is here! Soon the trees that line the streets of downtown Roseburg will change colors. Along with that change, some will notice a handful of businesses have changed as well.

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If you’ve been to the pump over the past few days, you noticed the price for fuel has skyrocketed. After 14 weeks of declines, gas prices rose significantly on the West Coast and in the Midwest, with more moderate increases in other parts of the country.

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It is difficult to believe that the fall equinox is just four days away, although the cooler mornings are a hint that fall is coming. What will fall bring?

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CANYONVILLE — According to Darnell and and Jean Hlavinka, every rock has a story. Their own story changed two years ago, when the pandemic canceled festivals and gatherings of all kinds. It wasn’t until the couple found the Canyonville Farmers Market that they were able to find a way to cont…