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WINSTON — Quick thinking by neighbors when a fire broke out in an apartment complex in Winston early Sunday morning may have saved some lives.

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RIDDLE — The Sawdust Jubilee has been a Riddle tradition since the early 1980s, encompassing a weekend of vendors, live entertainment, food, family events and fireworks. This year’s festival was canceled due to state gathering restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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CANYONVILLE — Seven Feathers Casino Resort reopened Friday after being closed for more than two months, an event that was met with enthusiasm by customers and workers alike, all eager to regain some sense of normalcy.

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Douglas County Sheriff’s detectives are investigating the circumstances surrounding a death in southeastern Douglas County after a body was located Monday morning, about 5 miles southeast of Days Creek near the Tiller Trail Highway.

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When Renee Pechette and Jessica Elst talked about giving back to people in their community last month, they never expected that their thank you cookie idea would become so much more.

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We hope you all are staying safe and healthy during this unprecedented time. Glendale has been pulling through this very well. Residents are following guidelines but are very anxious to get life back to normal, as is everyone!

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The newest park in Myrtle Creek has miles of hiking, biking and horseback riding trails set amid a beautiful backdrop of rolling hills. It also has putting greens, fairways and a driving range.

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Loggers Tap House in Roseburg may be closed to sit-down customers and business may have slowed considerably, but these are still busy times for owner Sam Gross.

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This is my first Chamber Corner so, as a way of introduction, my name is Katy Bernal. I was recently elected president of the Myrtle Creek~Tri City Area Chamber of Commerce for the 2020-2021 two-year term.

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MYRTLE CREEK — Laura Hollifield and Henry Stevens were named Myrtle Creek-Tri City Area Chamber of Commerce Woman of the Year and Man of the Year, respectively. Saturday’s celebration, held at the Elks Lodge in Myrtle Creek, marked the 62nd anniversary of the Citizen of the Year Awards.