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The News-Review and Cow Creek Umpqua Tribe will sponsor the 43rd annual Douglas County Spelling Bee from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. April 18 at the Wildlife Safari’s Cheryl Ford Center.

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WINCHESTER — Natalie and Hannah Regan made sure worms, roly-polies, caterpillars and other bugs would find a new home, while other volunteers spent Monday morning digging up the grass at Winchester Elementary School to make room for an outdoor garden classroom.

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The News-Review and Cow Creek Umpqua Tribe will sponsor the 43rd annual Douglas County Spelling Bee from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. April 18 at the Wildlife Safari’s Cheryl Ford Center.

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TODAYSaturday Morning Breakfast — 8 a.m. to noon, Roseburg Senior Center, 1614 SE Stephens St. $5 per person, all you can eat. 541-671-2634.

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The News-Review will sponsor the 43rd annual Douglas County Spelling Bee from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. April 18 at the Wildlife Safari’s Cheryl Ford Center.

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Children can be picky eaters. Parents know that getting kids to eat anything, much less healthy foods, can sometimes make the dinner table feel more like a battlefield than a place to break bread. That’s especially so when the dinner table is in a restaurant, where savvy youngsters might kno…

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Parenting is a challenging, yet rewarding role that many adults take on lovingly. Data from the U.S. Census Bureau indicates that there were 73.7 million children under age 18 living in families in 2016. Canadian Census results found roughly 5.8 million children living in private households …

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TODAYLego Club at the Myrtle Creek Library — 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., 231 NE Division St., Myrtle Creek. Free. Kids may want to bring some of their own Legos.

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It’s a chilly December morning as Teresa O’Sullivan pulls into the Dutch Bros. coffee kiosk on Northeast Garden Valley Boulevard, the barista greets her by name and starts on her order — Golden Eagle, super hot — before she can get a word out.

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I recently was asked what memory resonates most during Roseburg Public Library’s first year, and I shared that it was opening day, Dec. 27, when upwards of 100 people stood outside with smiles on their faces waiting for the doors to open. It was an emotional moment for the entire community.

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It turns out I am less indispensable than I think I am. It’s not self-deprecating; it’s a fun fact about my mentoring relationships.

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Take Root Parenting will host a Technology for Tots workshop from 6-8 p.m. Thursday at Douglas Education Service District's location at 1871 NE Stephens St.

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Take Root a parenting support network for Douglas, Klamath and Lake Counties has released its schedule for series and workshops that will take place in the winter of 2020.

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I knew programs would be a hit when 70 people participated in Roseburg Public Library’s first event, a preschool storytime on Jan. 2 of this year.

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Children await winter’s arrival for many reasons. Those who live in cold climates may be anxious to see the snow and enjoy sledding or throwing snowballs with friends. The season also is prime time for magical holidays, like Chanukah, Christmas and New Year’s Eve.

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The holidays are here, and for many parents, it’s all about managing their kids’ expectations. They think they need to give their kids the biggest presents, the most presents and the coolest presents. But trust me: Little Sally won’t be scarred for life if she doesn’t get a pony.

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A Eugene-based forest products company that has a large footprint in Douglas County dating back 30 years is celebrating the planting of its 40-millionth tree.

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Each and every year, we as a family try to take the entire month of November to show and share our gratefulness and thankfulness to those around us.