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MYRTLE CREEK — After outgrowing her rented booth space, Nicole Dodson looked to have a larger impact on the community by opening the Body Bar at a new location in Myrtle Creek.

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This is the first of a six-part series exploring the various programs, classes and professional advice available to area residents from Oregon State University Extension Service in Douglas County. For more information, call 541-672-4461, go online at www.extension.oregonstate.edu/douglas or visit the Extension office at 1134 S.E. Douglas Ave., Roseburg.

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On Thursday, Tom Criss gripped the metal bars at the end of a fire truck ladder as it lifted the co-owner of the Myrtle Creek Grocery Outlet 13 feet off the ground, up toward the hard, flat top of a semi-trailer.

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For 27 years, thousands of people have taken to south county streets the second Saturday in December to watch a variety of vehicles covered in hundreds of thousands of Christmas lights travel between Riddle and Myrtle Creek for a holiday tradition known as the D.R. Johnson Memorial Timber Tr…

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MYRTLE CREEK — About 70 classic cars, pickups and trucks rolled into Myrtle Creek early Saturday for the annual Tommy’s Show-N-Shine hosted by Tommy’s All-American Burger’s on Main Street.

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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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A few weeks ago I sat in on an early morning webinar titled “A New Vision and Future for Chambers of Commerce” by Roger Brooks. It was very informative and was hosted by Henry Stevens with the Bring Em In Committee.