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This was an eventful year — COVID-19, economic uncertainty, the presidential election, and wildfires up and down the West Coast were just a few of the top headlines.

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A Rottweiler puppy curled up quietly next to David Hartt of Riddle as he and his wife Terri Hartt sat in an office room at Saving Grace Pet Adoption Center Saturday afternoon, wrapping up the formalities of her adoption.

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Thanks to a Grinch of a COVID-19 pandemic, Roseburg’s traditional Christmas tree lighting ceremony at the Douglas County Courthouse became virtual, much like other events this year. Roseburg Mayor Larry Rich, City Councilor Andrea Zielinski, Commissioner Tom Kress and Santa Claus himself wer…

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For 28 years, the Umpqua Valley Festival of Lights has made River Forks Park west of Roseburg a beacon of the holiday season. That tradition will continue, when more than a half-million lights and over 90 displays light up each night through Jan. 1.

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Cup of Joe, a coffee shop in downtown Roseburg, will be closed for a few weeks because the recent spike in COVID-19 cases in Douglas County has started hitting close to home for owner Joe Bardaville.

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Much of the equipment the Douglas County Wolf Advisory Board plans to purchase for non-lethal gray wolf management was determined Monday afternoon during the board’s public meeting at the Douglas County Courthouse.

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The Douglas County COVID-19 Response Team reported nine people with positive test results for coronavirus and one new presumptive case, increasing the number of cases by 10 for a total of 300. The new cases Wednesday marked the second highest one-day total since the pandemic was declared in March.

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At least $550,000, and possibly more in state funds is available in the way of grants for businesses in the region that have suffered due to economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic.