As her education moved online and her dance class was canceled, Roseburg High School junior Marin Gray used her newly found free time to help out disadvantaged children in the community.
Bella Nielsen has been baking since she was 5 years old. Now, at 11, she has “Baked by Bella”, a business where she sells homemade cupcakes.
I’m the sort of person who frequently feels obligated to others, whether they explicitly ask for something or I completely imagine some implied expectation. It can be a pretty exhausting way to live, but somehow I think I’ve been able to lie to myself that it was possible until this last bab…
Roseburg High School drama will embrace another first this year, as students tackle the technology of green screens to bring “The Wizard of Oz” to the comfort of your own home via any streaming device.
Douglas High School sophomore Payton Pierce’s saxophone will be one of many getting an upgrade this year, thanks to a a $10,000 grant from C. Giles Hunt Charitable Trust recently awarded to the school’s band department.
The COVID-19 pandemic had a profound impact on communities across the globe. No individual, household or industry was unaffected by the pandemic, and the ripple effects of the virus may be felt for years to come.
Celebration of Literacy will continue for the 20th year this February in Douglas County, with three new events — a book giveaway, drive-thru at Wildlife Safari and creative competition for seventh and eighth graders in Riddle, Sutherlin and Yoncalla.