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IDLEYLD PARK— The Umpqua Fishery Enhancement Derby hosted its first event Wednesday with the annual Student Day, where local high school students traveled to the Rock Creek Pavilion outside of Glide to hear from industry professionals working in natural resources.

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DOUGLAS COUNTY — Jennifer Catlett misses the nice, quiet neighborhood she moved to near Council Creek outside of Riddle two years ago. It’s where children played freely and livestock — such as horses, chickens and goats — wandered around.

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After nearly a decade of consistent, deadly wildfires across the United States, funds are being invested to stem the next disaster before it starts.

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Nicole Watson and her family have lived in the yellow house on Grange Road in Green for nearly four years. The one-mile stretch next to her home is nothing short of chaos: trash, RVs, dogs and about 10 homeless people occupy the area. Piles of garbage bags litter the wet dirt and grass.

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Throughout the Hundred Valleys of the Umpqua during the first 10 months of this year, the specialists for Wildlife Services Oregon predator control have assisted landowners of about 110 properties in protecting their livestock, pets and infrastructure.

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WINCHESTER BAY — The Oregon Department of Agriculture and Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife reopened all recreational crabbing from Cape Blanco to the California border, after two consecutive tests show domoic acid levels are under the closure threshold.

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Gathering along the Klamath River in Siskiyou County on Thursday, Governor Kate Brown joined California Governor Gavin Newsom, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland and leaders of the Klamath, Yurok and Karuk tribes to celebrate final approval of a dam removal project that advocates say…

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Umpqua Fishery Enhancement Derby announced a new Underwater World of Umpqua Fish livestream will give people the ability to watch migrating fish pass by an underwater window at the Winchester Dam Fish Ladder and learn more about fish species, sizes and patterns of behavior.

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Within a matter of 10 minutes, the Douglas Forest Protective Association and neighboring fire resources were engaged on a pair of large wildfires burning east of Sutherlin and east of Azalea Saturday afternoon.

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Question: I see amaryllis bulbs for sale everywhere during the holiday season. The pictures on the boxes promise such beautiful blooms. Are these flowers hard to grow?

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WINSTON — Two tiger cubs were trying to take a nap Monday morning. Instead, they had to get weighed and checked before they were able to close their eyes.

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Douglas County residents may soon be called as prospective jurors to hear the lawsuit of Archie Creek Fire victims against PacifiCorp, which is accused of helping cause the September 2020 fire which burned more than 130,000 acres and destroyed in excess of 100 homes.