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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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SUTHERLIN — For Sutherlin boys basketball coach Willis New and Sutherlin girls basketball player Abby Masterfield, Saturday morning proved to be an unexpected second dose of basketball at Sutherlin High School.

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A Douglas County jury has found 48-year-old Kelly Lee Starnes, guilty of attempted murder in the shooting of a man in Sutherlin on Sept.11 last year, after the two men were trying to complete the sale of an old RV.

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The Oakland Transfer Station has changed its schedule in response to requests from community members, according to a press release from the Solid Waste Division of Douglas County Public Works.

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SUTHERLIN— After navigating through a full parking lot in anticipation of chai lattes and peppermint mochas, customers gathered around to cheer as Sutherlin Mayor Todd McKnight cut a ceremonial ribbon in front of the city’s new Starbucks Coffee location Friday morning.

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The City of Drain is happy that in 2018, Drain will host its first ever Classic Movie Month. Each Saturday in the month of February, Drain, in partnership with Sutherlin Sanitation Service, will show a classic movie at the Drain Civic Center, starting with “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington.” In …

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The city of Sutherlin’s business registration proposal has hit a snag after some city councilors objected to provisions in the proposed ordinance that would exempt existing businesses and fine nonparticipants.