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Kale Nielsen of Roseburg loves plants. The 12-year-old started gardening about four years ago when he helped his mom with her vegetable garden.

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Kindergarten students at Roseburg Junior Academy recreated masterpieces as part of a “Classic Photo Comparison” class by teacher Heather Iverson.

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With schools closed, it’s a great time to learn about new things. Spring has brought a lot of flowers which in turn has brought a lot of honeybees. It’s a perfect time to get educated on honey bees and bee-keeping.

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In the past few weeks, local FFA members and chapters competed at several district and state level career development events. Due to coronavirus guidelines all competitions were held virtually through online platforms.

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COVID-19 has canceled and postponed many activities and events, but it is not stopping the Douglas County Program for Student Success and STEAM Hub from having their sixth annual Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math Extravaganza.

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SALEM — Oregon Department of Education is partnering with the Council of Chief State School Officers and XQ Institute in support of Graduate Together: America Honors the High School Class of 2020, a one-hour, commercial-free primetime graduation special to be broadcast Saturday.

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The pride I feel for the people of our community cannot be overstated, and despite the challenges and difficulties as a result of COVID-19, our community has responded with strength and grace. Our parents, students, teachers and staff have shown persistence, resilience, creativity, teamwork …

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When the Glendale School Board decided to ask voters to support a bond levy this May, they started with one non-negotiable: the rate must not increase. Any improvements to the infrastructure of the Glendale School District would have to come from the amount of money generated by the $0.47 pe…

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Umpqua Community College’s board of education voted to cancel its Toyota T-Ten and general automotive programs and begin work immediately toward establishing a new one-year automotive certificate program.

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Organizations across the state began celebrating the 6th Annual STEM Week Oregon on Saturday. The week is part of a movement to raise awareness and engage in activities involving science, technology, engineering and math.