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ROSEBURG — Friday is the 80th anniversary of the sinking of the USAT Dorchester during World War II, and the 11th year of the annual Four Chaplains Ceremony being held in Roseburg.

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Growing up, Robert Johnson didn’t have a lot. The son of heroin addicts, he and his younger brother, Daniel, were frequently homeless. They often ate out of trash cans and slept under the stars. While they spent the majority of their time in North Portland, they also lived in Southern California.

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Fullerton IV Elementary School students showed off their skills in a talent show Thursday evening.

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SALEM — The Oregon Capitol saw 200 city officials representing 80 different Oregon Cities come together Wednesday to participate in a City Day at the Capitol event.

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When Marilyn Wilmus of Melrose answered her telephone on the afternoon of Jan. 16, she did not expect to find herself in a $9,000 scam attempt as her grandson began weaving a tale of car accidents, arrests, bail bondsmen and the need to keep things quiet.

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The City of Rosberg is inviting all its residents, including those in Melrose, Green, Lookingglass, Garden Valley and Winchester to participate in the 2023 Winter Photo Contest.

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Cory Boydston will be joining the Roseburg Forest Products board of directors after the departure of Judith Johansen.

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Sunrise Enterprises recently received donations from community partners to help them bolster the services it offers to the community.

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Roseburg Mayor Larry Rich looked back on 2022 during his State of the City address at Monday’s City Council meeting, by reflecting on some of the highlights such as the city’s sesquicentennial celebration, the navigation center’s opening and a new visitor center.

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Editor’s Note: This story is part of an ongoing weekly series, Our People, which focuses on the community members who make Douglas County unique. If you know somebody who would be a good fit for a profile, please send a tip to wgeschke@nrtoday.com.

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After selling their home, Paul and Summer Radon were looking for a place in which to invest. On Sept. 9, 2022, the Radons reopened the doors to Bob’s Deli, located on Northeast Stephens Street in Roseburg, as the brand new owners.

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WINSTON — A group of 14 Winston Middle Schools students are working diligently to raise the necessary funds to make an educational trip to Australia in the summer of 2023, which includes a mother and son game night.

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Roseburg High School students returned to school Tuesday, following winter break, and many of them are now taking classes in modular buildings near Finlay Field.

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Members of the Roseburg Senior Center gathered Thursday at the Roseburg Public Library for an open board meeting, with Steve Lewis returning to the position as president.

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New funding of $3 million to help small businesses and microenterprises get their products and services up off the ground is ready to be administered through a partnership between Business Oregon and a private nonprofit that supports Coos, Curry and Douglas counties, CCD Business Development…

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Between 500 and 600 people traveled to downtown Roseburg to participate and celebrate their collective individuality and march as one in the annual Pride Parade in June.