Burrrr, it’s cold outside, and Oakland has put on her Christmas attire and welcomes visitors to a great holiday experience.
Owners Jennifer Vogel and Cindy Wickham work every morning to open the eyes of their neighbors with a cup of coffee that can be hot or cold, sweet or bitter, but always delicious.
Sandwiched between the Ranch and Denny’s in Rice Hill is the Black and White Dog Cafe, where customers can substitute eggs for tofu, hash browns for brown rice or several other substitutions for the various breakfast, lunch and dinner options.
Terry Tollefson passed away just months after his son, Paul Tollefson, purchased back the restaurant his parents owned and expanded in Oakland. Now, the younger Tollefson is planning on opening the family business, Tolly’s, in all of its original glory by the middle of this month.
This November, residents of all the cities in Douglas County will choose their mayors and city councilors. In some cities, the familiar names of incumbents will fill the ballot, while in others voters will have some tough choices to make.
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.
Pacific Power is blaming a cracked insulator for a power outage that knocked out power to more than 5,000 customers from Oakland to as far down as the outskirts of Wilbur.