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Umpqua Community Veg Education Group has announced that a virtual version of the lifestyle and nutrition course that will teach people new strategies to improve health.

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If you happen to find yourself in downtown Roseburg in the near future take a moment to look at the beautiful hanging flowers that seem to be everywhere. It may not seem like much, but a ton of work goes into hanging the more than 100 flower baskets and tending to them. Much of that work is …

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Douglas County had just one new case of COVID-19 to report on Thursday, while the state had another big number, with 416 cases reported and five new deaths. Nearly one-fourth of the new cases were in Umatilla County, including two of the deaths.

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Daniel Thomas and Judd Louis are musicians, builders and businessmen. They are renovating a spot, at 663 SE Jackson St. in downtown Roseburg, that is in the same historic building that houses the Masonic Lodge. Their one-of-a-kind music venue, SunnySide, features pianos turned into bars, a l…

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For the second time in her young life, 9-year-old Tenley Cummings donated her long, blond hair to a program called Wigs for Kids, which donates wigs to children that have lost their hair.

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Redeemer’s Fellowship has a pretty large space in which to worship. Normally, it can seat 460 for a Sunday church service. But with parishioners now having to sit with 6 feet of space between family groups, its capacity is just 150.

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The North Umpqua Invitational Pro-Am disc golf tournament teed off on Saturday morning at Whistler’s Bend Park east of Roseburg with a field of close to 100 competitors from all over the Oregon.

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Douglas County COVID-19 Response Team announced four new people with positive test results on Friday, for a total of 79 confirmed and presumptive cases since the coronavirus pandemic started. There are now 24 people in isolation, but no patients are hospitalized.

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Pavement rehabilitation projects for Northeast Winchester Street and Northeast Beaulah Avenue could affect traffic at times during the work that is expected to last into August and September.

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Douglas County’s number of positive COVID-19 cases rose to 60 on Friday, with two new cases reported and one new presumptive case, according to the Douglas Public Health Network. No deaths have attributed to COVID-19 in the county.