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Roseburg Rod and Gun Club is hosting a Turkey Shoot on Dec. 17, where people will use shotguns to break targets and win turkeys or other meat prizes.Signup and Registration starts at 9:30 a.m. This event is open to club members and the general public. Each competitor starts at the 21-yard li…

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Thanksgiving marks the start of a busy holiday travel season that continues through Christmas and New Year’s Day. If you have a trip planned, here are some tips to keep in mind before leaving home.

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EDITOR’S NOTE: The columns of Bill Duncan are being reprinted in The News-Review. Duncan, who died in November 2011, wrote a weekly column for The News-Review and The Capital Press of Salem from 1981 to 2011. Duncan wrote the following column in December 2001. His thoughts are still pertinen…

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A group of five or six avid book enthusiasts and lifetime reading fans gathered at the Roseburg Public Library for day two, Friday, of the quarterly Friends of the Library book sale going.

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WINSTON— Winston Police Department received a tip, May 26, 2022, that Dayton Foster, 22, was having inappropriate contact with a minor over social media. Foster was arrested Thursday.

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As Wrappin N Rollin owners Darci and Daryl Hawkins prepare for the next chapter in their lives, downtown Roseburg is losing a popular local eatery.

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OAKLAND— As Brandon Anderson stood atop a clear cut five miles into the mountains behind Oakland looking for an elusive elk, he heard a strange whine and cry on the air. Little did he know this would turn out to be a lost dachshund that had been reported missing eight days earlier by Chantel Swan.

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WINSTON — The Winston Planning Commission Wednesday night voted to deny a conditional use permit application from a California land developer to build a recreational vehicle park near Abraham Avenue and Highway 42 on the west end of town.

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ROSEBURG — A total of 41 small business in Douglas County have been helped with COVID-19 relief funds through a $500,000 Emergency Small Business and Microenterprise Grant Program.

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When temperatures took a dip from Nov. 20 to Nov. 24, Roseburg Senior Center opened its doors as a warming center to those who needed a place to get out of the elements. With colder temperatures in the forecast this weekend, they are preparing to do the same.