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Oakland, Oregon: The town that time forgot, but we hope that people don’t forget. One hundred years ago Oakland was the center of commerce at the end of the rail line. Everyone came to Oakland to ship their wool, hay, turkeys and timber to bigger markets. Other local cities have long since s…

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Another Riddle Sawdust Jubilee has come and gone with a big bang! There were many events, booths and activities and a parade to highlight our small town. While we are recovering from this event we would like to take this opportunity to thank all the vendors, sponsors and volunteers who put i…

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In junior high school, Phil Kaser got sick on a trip to the coast and there wasn’t a doctor available. His experience with the pharmacist inspired him to help others in the same way and to open Harvard Avenue Drugs and Gifts with his wife, Jo Kaser.

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Roseburg Forest Products will temporarily shut down primary operations at the plywood plants in Coquille, Dillard and Riddle starting July 1 and ending July 7. Some departments will continue working.

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More than a decade back in his hometown gave Joe Bardaville a good circle of friends to come celebrate his soft opening for Cup of Joe’s on Wednesday.

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Kroger is putting CBD-infused topical products to shelves in 17 states, including Fred Meyer stores in Oregon.

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Six local business owners celebrated finishing the Small Business Development Center’s first Small Business Management II class Monday under graduation-themed ceiling decorations, including a “Congratulations” sign strung up on the wall and a sheet cake on the table.

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When Misty Ross visited the old Cascade Community Credit building on SE Oak Avenue while scouting new locations for the Hair Garage, she saw the teller counter and said, “Well, there’s the bar.”

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Northwest Community Credit Union awarded scholarships up to $3,500 to four Roseburg High School students; Lacey Rhodes, Lily Wheaton, Paris Coleman, and Lindsey Willis. The credit union gave scholarships to 21 Oregon high school seniors.

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Umpqua Health Alliance is being sued for almost $10,000 for allegedly failing to reimburse an employee for moving expenses, according to a lawsuit filed last week.

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David Ulsh talks about pigs in the road and pool tables in the truck while he pulls cooked chicken off the bone and puts it right on the griddle. He pours some homemade barbecue sauce on it and chops it up again.

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The City of Roseburg Airport Commission recommended the City Council award the Runway 16/34 edge lighting and NAVAID improvements to Colvico, Inc. for $540,886. It also recommended the council adopt a resolution to authorizing accepting grants from the Federal Aviation Association for the project.