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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.

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After more than 20 years of selling pizza out of trailer, the owners of The Little Pizza Paradise scrapped the trailer and moved the pizza oven into a permanent building across the highway in Glide. The pizza shop is a fulfillment of a decades-old dream for owners Barry and Jacki Hayes.

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Hundreds of beer-drinkers, food truck customers, beer pong players and three bands took over the Douglas County Fairgrounds on Saturday for the annual Brew HaHa, hosted for the fourth year by the International Association of Fire Firefighters, Local Union 2091.

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Come for the coffee, stay for the vegan food, the books and the camaraderie at downtown Roseburg's Gathering Grounds and Cascadian Coffee Co. and Catering.

View detailed reports of major stock indexes and look up specific symbols.

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Summer is coming, and Elkton has a great lineup of events to keep you entertained. The fun begins with a huge rummage sale Saturday, May 25 to benefit the Elkton Community Education Center at 15850 Highway 38. Doors open at 9 a.m. For more information, call 541-584-2692.

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The Hair Garage received approval for an Oregon Liquor Control Commission permit from the City of Roseburg. The business is located at 1035 SE Oak St.

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Dollar General awarded $14,000 in literacy grants to Oregon nonprofits, libraries and schools. The Canyonville City Friends of the Library received $1,700 and Riddle City Library received $800.

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The Place in Roseburg was one of the few open businesses on the second day of the record-breaking snowstorm in February.

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Whiskey Creek Rustics is opening in a permanent location so Sarah Gallino can sell her iconic Oregon baseball caps and other handmade decorations face-to-face all year and teach other people how to make their own decorations.

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DC Hydroponics and Organics left its home in Green for a more central, if smaller location for the indoor and outdoor gardening supply store in Roseburg.

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Island fever may have struck Heather Patio and got her out of Hawaii, but she’s still bringing the “aloha” to Roseburg with her esthetician business, Free Spirit Skin.