Megan Gram took over the role of Saving Grace Pet Adoption Center’s executive director on Sept. 8, which quickly became a literal trial by fire.
The human impacts of the Archie Creek Fire are staggering — 109 homes lost, more structures damaged and extensive displacement of community members. Some lost everything; everyone lost something. While local governments and community organizations continue to provide relief to these individu…
The News-Review got a chance to ask CHI-Mercy Medical Center Communications Director Kathleen Nickel about some of the issues the hospital has had during the coronavirus pandemic. The following are some of her responses.
Jane Harvey has delivered food a few times to a woman in Roseburg who is at a higher risk for contracting COVID-19, but she hopes to start delivering to more people soon through PDX Concierge.
A former accountant at Adapt is suing the nonprofit agency for more than $1 million after she said she was forced to resign for reporting a series of “financial irregularities,” including potentially illegal activities, carried out by top managers.
Oregon’s unemployment rate dropped to 7.7 percent in August from 10.4 percent in July, according to information released Tuesday by the Oregon Employment Department. However, the OED also cautioned that the latest numbers do not take into account this month’s wildfires, which are expected to…
The situation at the Douglas County Fairgrounds may seem chaotic, with trailers full of people often hauling horses, cows, goat chickens and various other animals pulling in for shelter. Add to that the need for spacing and other requirements due to COVID-19, and it could be a recipe for disaster.
The Grey Muzzle Organization has awarded Saving Grace Pet Adoption Center in Roseburg $9,500 to help improve the dental care of dogs in its care.
When Ethan Harris applied for a Douglas Timber Operators scholarship in 2016, he wrote that he previously felt he “had no purpose in life.” He thought others might be better candidates for financial aid, but “not many people are as willing to overcome and accomplish their goals in life as I am.”
COVID-19 has had significant and almost certainly long-term impacts on businesses of all sizes across the country, yet some of those businesses could rebound strongly and even improve in some areas, according to a nationwide survey recently conducted by Umpqua Bank.
This summer may not have been what you expected. That is true for everyone. Many of us had big travel plans, weddings or family reunions that all got postponed or cancelled.