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Teachers are always looking for new ways to keep their students engaged in learning, which means educators must continue learning throughout their careers.

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Ten Down Bowling, located at 2400 NE Diamond Lake Blvd., opened in 2007. For the last nine years of business, they have participated in a program called Kids Bowl Free. This program allows children in the community to bowl for free.

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Many people do not realize that olives are being grown right here in Douglas County.

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Axolotls are amazing creatures. If they lose a body part, it usually grows back.

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We have all endured many changes over the last 18 months. It has challenged us in ways we never imagined.

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In keeping with the Summer Reading Program theme of “Reading Colors Your World,” we are sharing books that focus on colors or have a color in the title.

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Mildred Kanipe, a farmer, passed away in 1983, leaving her ranch to the public to be a county park. Mildred’s ranch had 1,100 acres of land. On this, there are pastures, creeks, rolling hills, orchards, forests, and an ostentation of peacocks.

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For young ones walking with their families at Stewart Park, it’s now easier to enjoy the sunshine, get some exercise and enjoy a good book — all thanks to the StoryWalk Project.

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The Umpqua Valley STEAM Hub will be participating in the Umpqua Valley Summer Arts Festival and is looking for volunteers to help run an activity where kids and families build a town that takes care of its people using cardboard, simple tools and the concepts: think it, try it, fix it, share…

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Finding activities to do over the summer can be a difficult task. Sleeping in until noon or sitting on the couch and watching TV all day is compelling, but there are many other activities for you, and your family and friends to do.