Casey and Grace showed people around their new play area, during the virtual grand opening of the cat lounge at Saving Grace Pet Adoption Center.
WINSTON — Wildlife Safari’s education team acknowledged this school year has been different than those that came before it, so to help children learn about animals they created Creature Crates.
Small business owners came to The News-Review Monday to pick up personal protective equipment that was being distributed by the Southwestern Oregon Workforce Investment Board.
People of all ages are invited to participate in a free self-guided Frosty Fun Run through Stewart Park in Roseburg between Dec. 18 and Jan. 3.
Saving Grace Pet Adoption Center wants to make sure that every single animal in the shelter has a home for the holidays, by hosting a special even Saturday and Sunday.
For nearly three decades, Larry Durst has shared his joy of flying with children in Douglas County.
Yes, the extra space and the fine-tuned HVAC and the climate-controlled pantry are all nice. But ask Roseburg Dream Center Director Tim Edmondson what really excites him about the center’s new location and he’ll tell you it’s the portable shower trailer he can now park out front once a week.
An online auction is already open and Saturday will be the 13th annual Celebrate Kids event for the Boys & Girls Club of the Umpqua Valley, but with a little twist this year.
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.
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.
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.
Greater Douglas United Way will hold its 38th annual Dave Johnson Memorial Golf Tournament on Sept. 10 at the Roseburg Country Club.
Oregon Community Foundation selected United Community Action Network and Greater Douglas United Way of Roseburg as recipients for the Community Recovery Fund Grant.
Individuals with developmental disabilities will have a bigger, more accessible space to meet in the old Wells Fargo building at 662 SE Jackson St. in downtown Roseburg.
NeighborWorks Umpqua introduced a new data analysis business on Friday to help non profit organizations and small businesses.
The sound of sanders, drills and buzz saws could be heard outside River Arena at the Douglas County Fairgrounds on Saturday. Three assembly lines comprised of more than 100 volunteers worked in the summer heat to build 50 bunk beds to be donated to those in need. The back of their blue shirt…
Since Iraq veteran Rusty Lininger started Source One Serenity in 2016, the nonprofit has been helping veterans with post traumatic stress disorder and disabilities through fly fishing.
Scoreboard Sports Bar once again raised the most money for Partner Sports Camp through the Taylor Hatfield Memorial Youth Fund’s pub crawl.