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The board overseeing the Southern Oregon Medical Workforce Center had little to say Tuesday during an emergency meeting prompted by news that $10 million that had been earmarked for the project by the Oregon Legislature was no longer available.

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Two fires in Douglas County kept crews busy on Monday — one near Riddle Bypass Road that burned 1/100th of an acre, and another 5 miles south of Elkton that burned 3/4 of an acre near the 20,0000 block of Highway 138 West.

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For months now, area restaurants, shops and other businesses have been forced to do a new kind of math and geography as they figure out ways to serve their customers while abiding by social distancing mandates.

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Fire investigators are looking into the cause of a fire that damaged several storage units in the Tom Thumb Mini Storage in north Roseburg on Sunday evening and Monday morning.

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A proposed facility that would allow friends and family to care for dementia patients in all stages of the disease is closer to becoming a reality, and groundbreaking is expected in the near future on land just south of Roseburg.

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After a week of cool weather and some rain, the Douglas Forest Protective Association has dropped the fire danger to moderate throughout the Douglas District. The Industrial Fire Precaution Level will remain at IFPL III.

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Umpqua Community Veg Education Group has announced that a virtual version of the lifestyle and nutrition course that will teach people new strategies to improve health.

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What can you do with someone who clearly needs mental health treatment but refuses to get it? How do you come up with the funds to provide services for the homeless on a tight budget with more severe cuts likely to come? And how do you get public input during a pandemic, when public meetings…

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Craft 22, an upscale downtown Roseburg restaurant that just opened to dine-in service in early June, has closed its doors to dine-in amid COVID-19.