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More than two weeks have passed since a Myrtle Creek woman disappeared into the South Umpqua River and, so far, there has been no sign of her.

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Douglas County Clerk Patricia Hitt and her husband, Marshall Hitt, moved to a home east of Myrtle Creek surrounded by lots of trees five years ago. The two, who had been married since 1991, had plans of traveling and spending more time together when she retired.

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MYRTLE CREEK — When the Sawdust Theatre in Coquille offered their original script “My, What a Circus or Keep Your Big Hands Off My Bigfoot” to The Grand Victorian Theatre, owners Marcus and Joanne Ogle jumped at the opportunity.

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I have much to report on from our Myrtle Creek-Tri City Area Chamber of Commerce. First, because of the recent resignation of President Paulette Jones, due to her obtaining new full-time employment, we’ve had a change in leadership. As vice-president, and in accordance with our bylaws, I am …

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This November, residents of all the cities in Douglas County will choose their mayors and city councilors. In some cities, the familiar names of incumbents will fill the ballot, while in others voters will have some tough choices to make.

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A reputation for 50s and military tribute style music will meet “back to the 80s” as Sound Stage Revue takes the Millsite Park pavilion to close out Myrtle Creek’s Music in the Park 2018 season on Thursday.

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With bows at the ready, singing voices warmed up and lines memorized, the cast of The Grand Victorian Theatre’s “Hi, Ho, Robin Hood” is ready to entertain all ages with their comedic rendition of the legendary bandit hero.

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Dusty Herd, a country band from Eugene, will bring their mix of country, country rock, rock ‘n’ roll, rockabilly, blues, cajun, bluegrass, and western swing to Myrtle Creek’s Music in the Park tonight.

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MYRTLE CREEK — Billed as Douglas County’s first-ever concert series, Music in the Park, has returned to Millsite Park, 231 Volunteer Way, Myrtle Creek, for its 32nd season. This first concert begins at 6 p.m. Thursday with an eclectic performance from Roseburg’s own Mo’ Jo Boogie.

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MYRTLE CREEK — Volunteers go about their business every week in an old building in downtown Myrtle Creek, that houses the St. Vincent de Paul Society, helping to feed and clothe local residents who are struggling to make ends meet.

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Covered bridges boast much beauty and history and there are a total of six in Douglas County. Two of those six are in the Myrtle Creek area: Neal Lane Bridge and Horse Creek Bridge. Take a drive, pack a picnic and explore some of South County’s historic landmarks.

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Bring on the classics. The Myrtle Creek Show-N-Shine will be taking place Saturday, July 28 during Myrtle Creek’s much anticipated Summer Festival.

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Mid Town Grill (Oregon Clam Chowder Company): Chowder, chicken fried steak, burgers, fish. Tuesday through Saturday from 11 AM to 8 PM. Closed Sunday and Monday. 260 Mountain View Ave., Myrtle Creek.