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IDLEYLD PARK — On the outside, the IdleYld Lodge looked like a rustic, sleepy bed-and-breakfast, the kind of place where guests might wake up to home-baked muffins and a cup of coffee before setting out on a hike or day of fishing on the North Umpqua River.

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More than 30 educators, students and parents met Wednesday night to hear about what would be updated if a $16 million bond measure were to pass in the May 15 election.

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Winter is quickly dissipating and spring is slowly coming into full force here in north Douglas County. It is at this time of year that everyone’s thoughts begin to turn to one thing. No not baseball, but spring cleaning. Drain will be having a community cleanup on April 21, led by the Churc…

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Filling the Umpqua Community College Danny Lang Center with standing ovations, community members celebrated the best of Sutherlin and its people during the 62nd Annual First Citizens Awards Banquet Saturday evening.

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SUTHERLIN — Last Monday, FFA chapters from around southern Oregon competed in a range of leadership development events such as parliamentary procedure, prepared public speaking, extemporaneous public speaking, creed speaking and job interviewing.

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This year is shaping up to be a really good for Sutherlin. Business is booming, Central Avenue is in the middle of being transformed, new businesses are coming in, Umpqua Valley is becoming a hot spot for the wine industry and there is even more on the horizon.