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About 40 young children and teens gather at the Roseburg Salvation Army on Tuesday afternoons to take part in an array of after-school programs.

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High school students in Douglas County visited with college representatives of schools from all over the West at a college fair at the Roseburg High School gymnasium Thursday. The high school, along with the Pacific Northwest Association for College Admissions Counseling, hosts the event.

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The Bureau of Land Management’s Roseburg district and the Umpqua National Forest are hosting a photo contest as part of a multi-agency exhibit at the 23rd annual Sportsmen and Outdoor Recreation Show in February. As part of their exhibit, the agencies are holding an amateur photo contest wit…

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Saving Grace Pet Adoption Center, Hampton Inn and Suites of Roseburg and two private residences, will be featured for this year’s Smart Energy Green & Solar Tour.

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Starting with two different piles of soil, seeds, cardboard and a collection of boards, students at Roseburg Junior Academy got down to earth in the back of their school on Monday morning.

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Children are our country’s most vulnerable treasure. They may have been uncared for or abused and end up with no voice and at the mercy of a complicated legal system, or in some cases lack something as simple as a bed to sleep on. They need folks with a big heart to help them.