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This year’s flu season has been about as bad as it gets, said Dr. Bob Dannenhoffer, the executive director of the Douglas Public Health Network, and it continues to linger on in Douglas County.

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The chilly morning fog is just starting to give way to the heat of the day as Deputy Lee Bartholomew pulls up to his second loose dog call of the day.

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While most of Sutherlin’s Central Avenue repaving project is dedicated to fixing the city’s main street, the project will also beautify a stretch of sidewalk and improve the look of the city’s downtown area, city officials say.

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An AutoZone Inc. auto parts store is coming to Sutherlin this summer with a tentative opening date of July, according to the Memphis-based company.

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The combination of health insurance compensation, pension costs and Oregon’s tax revenue structure is posing a triple threat to fire departments, Tim Moore, president of the Oregon Fire Chiefs Association, told the Sutherlin Fire Services Working Group during its meeting Tuesday night.

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What are you doing Presidents Day weekend? You might want to consider a trip to Reedsport for Confluence, a wine, beer and music festival from 4 to 10:30 p.m. Friday and from noon to 10 p.m. Saturday. Admission is just $10 for Friday, $12 for Saturday or you can enjoy both days for only $18.

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For Roseburg’s Alek Skarlatos, making a movie with legendary director Clint Eastwood was humbling enough. Seeing overwhelming support from hometown fans at a private screening Saturday was awe-inspiring in its own way.

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Renovations to the YMCA of Douglas County in Roseburg, to replace the original pool, rebuild locker rooms and add a hydrotherapy pool, are likely to go on for nearly a year, but YMCA officials are confident patrons will be able to use the facilities as much as possible during the construction.