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The sharing arrangement between Roseburg Public Library and Mildred Whipple Library in Drain just went live, providing an expanded collection for our communities’ cardholders.

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Controlling emotions and making friends has been hard for 8-year-old Bentley Roach, but since he started racing karts this season, he’s made progress both on and off the track.

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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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Seniors all around Douglas County got an extra Valentine on Friday thanks to all the little Cupids from Brooke Communications radio stations and The News-Review.

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Brandi and Leo Voepel stay busy. They were in the middle of expanding their Pacific Fitness gym in Winston — building a two-story, nearly 7,000 square-foot facility across the street from their current 4,000 square-foot gym — when the opportunity to open a gym in Myrtle Creek appeared.

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A Winchester Bay teenager pulled out an AR-15 and began shooting it inside his home after getting into an argument with his mother about his cell phone, according to the Douglas County Sheriff's Office.

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“Dear: veteren. I respect all that you have don for the comunity,” “Strong veteran. Strong heart. Enjoy your Valentine’s day” and “Thanks for everything” were among the messages children wrote in Valentine’s Day cards that would be delivered to veterans.

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TODAYOvereaters Anonymous — 5 p.m., United Methodist Church Room 12, 1771 W. Harvard Ave., Roseburg. 541-671-0008.

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One look at Dennis Rose’s unconventional aircraft at the Roseburg Regional Airport and it’s easy to see why it attracts attention when he takes it flying.

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School Exclusion Day is Feb. 19, and the Oregon Health Authority’s Immunization Program requires that children who are missing required immunizations will not be allowed to attend school or child care starting that day until their immunizations are brought up to date.