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SUTHERLIN — December had already been a tough month for 30-year-old Crystal Jensen of Sutherlin. She lost the place where she was living and had been couch-hopping for most of December. She lost her truck earlier in the month, was jobless and her two kids had to stay with her parents.

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Plans for a theme park in Sutherlin, which local officials hoped would give a much-needed economic boost to the region, have been derailed after 2 1/2 years in the works.

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Police rushed to the site of an apparent motor vehicle accident 2 miles west of Sutherlin on Tuesday morning after 911 dispatchers received a call that the driver of the car was shooting out the windows of the vehicle.

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It’s a little hard to picture, just looking at the barren patch of land that’s been sitting here seemingly forever. Then again, most projects of this size and scope are.

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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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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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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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SUTHERLIN — With just over seven minutes left in the game, Patrick Fitzgerald hit a deep shot to put the Roseburg Rebels unified Special Olympics basketball team up by nine points against the North Umpqua Steelhead.