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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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GLIDE — A movement to block the reopening of a rock quarry east of Glide gathered steam Monday, as about 40 people gathered at the Glide Community Center. The group says it’s ready for a fight.

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The potential reopening of a rock quarry east of Glide will be the subject of a community meeting at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the Glide Community Center, 20062 North Umpqua Highway.

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Glide Rural Fire Protection District chose two firefighters for their 2018 Volunteers of the Year award: David Reda and Corin Kelly.

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GLIDE — J.P. Wilson of Glide had been hearing sermons in church about the importance of finding a spiritual mission. So he’d been thinking and praying a lot about that, when one night at 1:30 in the morning he ran across an online show featuring Mike Rowe of “Dirty Jobs” fame.

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GLIDE — Hundreds turned out Saturday to a community carnival at the Glide Fire Station, the great turnout driven by sunny weather. Organizers were hopeful this year’s carnival would raise even more donations to help hungry people in the community than previous year’s events.

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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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GLIDE — About 40 Boy Scouts, Venture scouts and Glide community members filled and delivered boxes of food this weekend for the 33rd annual Boy Scout Troop 112 Glide Food Basket Program.

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GLIDE — About 200 people attended a community meeting in Glide on Tuesday night to listen to fire officials talk about the Umpqua North Complex fires, and to give residents of the area a chance to ask questions about the progress, evacuations, road closures and other topics.