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The weather is getting cooler, the leaves are beginning to change and the kids are heading back to school. Football, volleyball and cross country are taking over people’s lives and family time. North Douglas High School is getting ready for homecoming, and traditions like the noise parade an…

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Paul and Terry Bentley are bringing their 17-year-old dream to reality with the Bell Sister Flats, celebrating the grand opening of the inn from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday at 615 SE Jackson Street.

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Don Martinez knew he wanted to do something different with the third floor of the building at 753 Main St. in Roseburg when he bought it, but he wasn’t exactly sure what. Almost eight years later, the top level is functioning as an urban event center with an almost panoramic view of downtown.

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Applications for a the Tourism Grant Program, managed by the City of Roseburg Economic Development Commission, opened Monday. Applications will be accepted until 5 p.m. Dec. 10 at City Hall.

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Among the economic development initiatives happening in Douglas County, the one that presents the greatest potential for new jobs and longterm growth and stability is building an allied and mental health college. Importantly, creating a pipeline of skilled healthcare providers will better en…

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The scene at the North Forty Beer Co. building downtown was nothing short of a close family coming together to do what they do best — make beer. Sawdust was still flying inside the almost-ready North Forty building and beer was flowing as brewers and brewery owners from Douglas County gather…

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As of Sept. 1, Southern Oregon Goodwill stopped accepting e-waste items including desktop computers, laptops, CPUs, keyboards, printers, monitors and other electronic items encased in high amounts of plastic.

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Inside the bright blue building at 102 E. Central Ave. in Sutherlin is a mirror that fills nearly one entire wall. Decorative Middle Eastern pillows and accent pieces are scattered in front of it.

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School is back in session. Please obey our lovely new flashing stop lights at 4th Street and Park Street; let’s keep our children safe. Our hanging flower baskets are still a lovely spot of color along the downtown corridor. Thanks go out to all our donors as well as the Randall Family and f…

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Terry Tollefson passed away just months after his son, Paul Tollefson, purchased back the restaurant his parents owned and expanded in Oakland. Now, the younger Tollefson is planning on opening the family business, Tolly’s, in all of its original glory by the middle of this month.