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Keenen Adkins, 14, came home from school beaten and bruised with a broken tooth and a concussion as a result of bullying on his school bus Monday, according to Stephanie Sprague, his mother. To make matters worse, Sprague said Roseburg Public Schools is not taking responsibility for the situation.

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Children are our country’s most vulnerable treasure. They may have been uncared for or abused and end up with no voice and at the mercy of a complicated legal system, or in some cases lack something as simple as a bed to sleep on. They need folks with a big heart to help them.

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A seismic upgrade for one Roseburg elementary school is nearing completion while work has begun on another school in the district, thanks to grants from the state of Oregon to improve school buildings that have been identified as high risk in a major earthquake.

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The garage doors that lead to the old auto shop class at Roseburg High School are open again with a brand new alignment rack and new technology lining the west wall. Automotive teacher Don Zell is ready for the group of 150 students, the first in six years, to arrive Wednesday.

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Ian Herold-Namu recently graduated from Southern Oregon University with a degree in outdoor adventure leadership. In January, he’ll take his Basic Officer Leadership Course for the Oregon Army National Guard, and then join the 1-82 Cavalry in Bend as an officer specializing in armor.

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School is here and with it comes a return to regular routines, earlier bedtimes and fuller schedules for many families. Although it can be challenging to fit everything into the end of a long day, building a routine of reading at home is not only important to your child’s literacy developmen…