YONCALLA — As soon as the van pulled in the driveway, people would come outside to greet Erin Helgren and Kelly Campbell.
Eight doctors, most of them, fresh out of medical school, are in Douglas County to continue their training to become board certified family physicians.
Summer is a time to be outside and enjoy the beautiful weather of the Pacific Northwest. It’s the season for hiking, camping, swimming, grilling, and gardening. But if you suffer from summer allergies, the outdoors may not be so appealing.
During the winter term, my fellow nutrition teachers and I presented the CATCH (Coordinated Approach to Child Health) program to 382 first graders in elementary schools throughout Douglas County. The CATCH concept is a very simple one. Foods and activities are categorized as GO (good) and WH…
News of the coronavirus outbreak in South Korea in the middle of February wasn’t something Roxy Lee was in a hurry to tell her friends and family in Oregon about.
COVID-19 has claimed two more lives in Oregon, raising the state’s death toll from eight to 10, the Oregon Health Authority reported Wednesday.
One of the inescapable realities of the tragic fallout from the coronavirus is the number of workers who are going to lose their jobs. In fact it’s already started. McMenamins announced last week that it had closed its 60 or so establishments in Oregon and Washington, meaning that 3,000 peop…
After serving a customer at the Saturday Umpqua Valley Farmer’s Market in Roseburg, Missy Kroeker poured some hand sanitizer on her hands and rubbed them together.