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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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While most of Sutherlin’s Central Avenue repaving project is dedicated to fixing the city’s main street, the project will also beautify a stretch of sidewalk and improve the look of the city’s downtown area, city officials say.

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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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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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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 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.