Inside the Magpie Art Studio, it could hardly be anything but an art studio. Tapestries are draped across the wall, curtains divide the space into a maze of small rooms for different art forms, and Morgan Krepky’s artwork is displayed in every corner.
On Friday, the Reedsport community celebrated the completion of the Connect Oregon grant for $3.4 million for the Fred Wahl Marine Construction company that was granted in 2016.
Owners of the old Safeway building downtown that has been empty for over a decade have a demolition land use permit filed with the City of Roseburg planning department.
Sandwiched between the Ranch and Denny’s in Rice Hill is the Black and White Dog Cafe, where customers can substitute eggs for tofu, hash browns for brown rice or several other substitutions for the various breakfast, lunch and dinner options.
Customers have to walk under a rainbow of handmade tutus to see Everything Under the Rainbow. It’s one of the most colorful buildings on Main Street where customers can find an ever-changing assortment of handmade crafts.
With the forge fired up, Casey Richey draws lines and curls on his worktable and works thin strips of iron into mathematical spirals, making scrolls and their forms for ornamental ironwork at The Iron Shop at 1351 SE Stephens St.
About 10 years ago, Roseburg Area Chamber of Commerce leadership made big changes and took some pretty bold steps. I remember those annual planning sessions well ... where moves that had been in discussion for five, six years finally became action.
A lot of activity has been happening at the intersection of Oak Avenue and Pine Street and the intersection of Diamond Lake Boulevard and Jackson Street the last two weeks.
Our hanging flower baskets have sure added beauty to our downtown. They are still looking great thanks to Seven Feathers. We are planning to add more baskets next year.