WINCHESTER — Umpqua Community College’s board of education agreed to form a steering committee to examine the feasibility of a residential fire station for students.
A proposal to build the Treven Anspach Memorial Fire Station will be presented to the Umpqua Community College board of education at its 4:30 p.m. Wednesday meeting by representatives of Douglas County Fire District No. 2 and the college’s fire science program.
There’s plenty to see on the 40-acre piece of land next to Eastwood Elementary School in Roseburg called the Eastwood Nature Area.
The special election has a full slate of school board candidates throughout the county, and some of the small schools have contested races that will be decided upon by voters on May 18.
SUTHERLIN — There are two contested school board races in the Sutherlin School District this May, one for a two-year term, and the other a four-year term.
TRI CITY — Voters who live within the boundaries of the South Umpqua School District will get a choice between Jeannie Weakley, Van Roosa and Sharyse Williams for one of the open at-large positions in the May 18 election.
WINSTON — Every single school board position that was up for reelection is a contested race in the Winston-Dillard School District.
GLIDE — All three Glide school board positions up for reelection had two candidates when the filing deadline came around. Since then, Kara Weber has withdrawn from the race, leaving five people to vie for three positions.
TRI CITY — South Umpqua High School’s senior month started at 5:45 a.m. Saturday and will end when the sun goes down on May 31.
As part of Teacher Appreciation Week, students and parents nationwide can nominate their favorite teachers for the Brainly Educator of the Year Award until May 7.
PartnerSports Camp will take place from July 12-16 this year at Stewart Park, registration and an interest survey are open until June 1.
Erica Mills and Kat Stone are in a race for the Umpqua Community College’s board of education zone 4, east central county, for the May 18 special election.
Madison Carter is this year's recipient of the $500 Jim and Char Loomis Memorial Scholarship.
If you ask cast members of Roseburg High School’s final play of the year to describe their production, you get words like awkward, quirky and wacky. According to theater teacher Christina Moroney, that’s exactly what they were going for in “Check Please.”
Roseburg High School will continue to use Indians as its mascot, despite the majority of school board members voting to change the name during Wednesday’s meeting.
School board elections will be on the ballot May 18 and the race for Roseburg Public Schools will see some new names on the ballot.
Elizabeth Turner and Faith Byars both have the distinction of winning an international scholarship and representing Umpqua Community College on the national stage.
Umpqua Community College voted to purchase the old Casa de Belen building on 1199 NE Grandview Drive in Roseburg for student housing during a special meeting Monday.
Roseburg's Masonic organizations, Laurel Lodge No. 13 and Scottish Rite of Freemasons, are offering $17,250 in scholarships to Douglas County students.
TRI CITY — Student-athletes at South Umpqua High School will be able to train indoors once its practice facility is completed later this school year.
Hiring a new college president is an important task and for decades the way to do that has been with the help of a firm. That is, until earlier this school year, when Umpqua Community College’s board of education decided to do the work themselves.
Days Creek Charter School has scheduled Kindergarten Round-Up for 5:30-7 p.m. May 13 for incoming Kindergarteners and their parents/guardians.
AJ Dillahay, Caleb Niswonger and Shelby Shinn were garden volunteers Wednesday and helped plant Zinnias and water the various crops at the school garden at Melrose Elementary School.
History is full of successful people who carved their own path far away from traditional education. Despite what our culture, your parents, or your own inner critic tells you, there are lots of high-paying jobs out there that don’t require a bachelor’s degree.
Students in Roseburg Public Schools will be taking standardized tests some time before June 11, but there will be fewer and shorter tests in comparison to years past.
Roseburg Public Schools is accepting applications for the school board seat vacated by Steve Patterson until May 19.