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David Ulsh talks about pigs in the road and pool tables in the truck while he pulls cooked chicken off the bone and puts it right on the griddle. He pours some homemade barbecue sauce on it and chops it up again.

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After more than 20 years of selling pizza out of trailer, the owners of The Little Pizza Paradise scrapped the trailer and moved the pizza oven into a permanent building across the highway in Glide. The pizza shop is a fulfillment of a decades-old dream for owners Barry and Jacki Hayes.

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Sutherlin is in a stable financial position ahead of adopting a new budget, according to Sutherlin City Manager Jerry Gillham and Finance Director Dan Wilson, and will even add in a fund for emergencies.

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It started in 1965, as a fundraiser to maintain the Glide Community Center, when one woman gathered 71 specimens in three days along Buckhorn Road and arranged them in vases and 35 people came to the event.

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Flood fears dwindled like the water levels of local rivers and waterways on Wednesday thanks to a dry spell that brought sunshine to the Umpqua Valley on Tuesday.

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It is spring in Oakland. The daffodils are in their full glory and the wild plum are blooming. Some plum trees are blooming from a horizontal position, having been knocked down by our storm. It’s almost like they are determined to celebrate spring in spite of the storm. But much of the debri…

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GLIDE — When Barbara and Jay Hansen moved to Glide more than 10 years ago, they both dove headfirst into their new community. And on Saturday night, they were both recognized for their contributions to the area.

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WINCHESTER — Sutherlin Area Chamber of Commerce President Tami Trowbridge and Sutherlin firefighter Mike Buck were named Woman and Man of the Year Saturday at the annual Sutherlin First Citizens Awards Banquet at Umpqua Community College.

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Students in Lori Solberg’s third grade class at Sutherlin East Primary School organized a fundraiser to help the Sutherlin Fire Department, Sutherlin Police Department and Saving Grace Pet Adoption Center.

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The Umpqua River Lighthouse Museum and Gift Shop has extended its hours of operation. The museum will now be open from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., with the last lighthouse tour each day starting at 6 p.m.

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Several miles past Umpqua, along a winding country road, 72-year-old Jean Jennings lives alone in a home that hasn’t had running water or power since a week ago Sunday. Though the road was clear Tuesday, there was still quite a bit of snow on the ground. The air was decidedly crisp when the …

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SUTHERLIN — Approximately 18 months after a $200,000 renovation of the Sutherlin High School gymnasium was completed, major damage from last week’s snowstorm has made the gym, locker rooms and adjoining music rooms unusable for the next several months.

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The City of Drain is asking residents to conserve water as power outages and water pump system issues persist following a series of snowstorms that decimated areas of north Douglas County early this week.