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WINSTON — Quick thinking by neighbors when a fire broke out in an apartment complex in Winston early Sunday morning may have saved some lives.

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It is amazing how quickly time flies when you do something you love. That is the primary takeaway as I reflect on the past year at Roseburg Public Library.

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At one end of a large, recently cleared field near the top of Reservoir Hill Saturday morning, about a dozen volunteers gathered on the golden stubble of mowed grass to talk over their plans for security at the big Fourth of July event.

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Douglas County Patriot Camp starts Monday and will take place from 9 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. until Friday at Hucrest Community Church.

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RIDDLE — The Sawdust Jubilee has been a Riddle tradition since the early 1980s, encompassing a weekend of vendors, live entertainment, food, family events and fireworks. This year’s festival was canceled due to state gathering restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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About a half-acre of brush, grass and dead wood were blackened Thursday afternoon when a fire started below the railroad tracks between the bike path and the South Umpqua River in Roseburg, just east of the Gaddis Park Little League Fields.

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In May, Riverbend Live! joined other local and statewide summer events canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, but the committee announced Wednesday that the series would take to the air waves to stay connected with patrons.

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WINSTON — A small, unassuming silver trailer sits on the half-court line of a covered basketball court at the SouthRiver Community Health Center. For two weeks, it has given dozens of people without housing the chance to shower.