There are many species at Wildlife Safari, however, the cranes are some of the most striking. Over 600 animals are inhabiting Wildlife Safari, and three of them are cranes.
OHV riders have raised $4,000 to help pay for projects that will make it easier for people with disabilities to access outdoor recreation.
WINSTON — Wildlife Safari’s education team acknowledged this school year has been different than those that came before it, so to help children learn about animals they created Creature Crates.
Zonta Club of Roseburg presented four key members of the Douglas County COVID-19 Response Team with yellow roses, signifying the 2021 Rose Day Award, for their work to unselfishly improve the community.
SUTHERLIN — It’s something most of us take for granted, but for Kenneth Hamilton, the hot shower he took Wednesday afternoon in the mobile trailer set up at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Sutherlin not only got him clean but lifted his spirits.
As her education moved online and her dance class was canceled, Roseburg High School junior Marin Gray used her newly found free time to help out disadvantaged children in the community.
NeighborWorks Umpqua is looking for volunteers to help prepare taxes for local residents needing a little help this upcoming tax season.
Celebration of Literacy will continue for the 20th year this February in Douglas County, with three new events — a book giveaway, drive-thru at Wildlife Safari and creative competition for seventh and eighth graders in Riddle, Sutherlin and Yoncalla.
The coronavirus pandemic took its toll on all aspects of society in 2020, from school-age students to senior citizens and businesses of all shapes and sizes. Nonprofit organizations were no exception.
Efforts to provide much-needed affordable housing in Roseburg are about to take a step forward with the announcement that Deer Creek Village, an apartment complex offering low-cost housing with a priority given to veterans, is getting ready to open early this spring.
They showed up Thursday afternoon, about two dozen volunteers who wanted to inject a little holiday cheer into the lives of an estimated 100 unhoused individuals by bringing them a hot meal and a friendly smile. In previous years these Christmas Eve meals were served indoors at Roseburg’s lo…
The City of Roseburg is handing out the last of nearly $800,000 it received in state funds intended to help the community deal with the fallout from the coronavirus, the worst pandemic to hit the nation in a century.
WINSTON — Wildlife Safari is offering virtual field trips and lessons about its many animals through Zoomfaris, which can be tailored to line up with the lessons students are learning in the classroom.
Firefighters and rescue animals teamed up to model for a new calendar that’s raising money to help both cancer patients and animals in need of homes.
The Ford Family Foundation in Roseburg is joining two other Oregon foundations to help victims of this year’s devastating wildfires.
A former accountant at Adapt is suing the nonprofit agency for more than $1 million after she said she was forced to resign for reporting a series of “financial irregularities,” including potentially illegal activities, carried out by top managers.
Like most mornings, Tim Edmondson arrived at the Roseburg Dream Center on Monday to a line of people waiting for some food, a little conversation, maybe a smile. The center gives a hand up to those in need in the downtown Roseburg area, including scores of homeless people. It is closed Frida…
WINSTON — Parking lots near Lookingglass Brewery filled with classic cars, rat rods, motorcycles, off-road vehicles and everything in.
The amount of money it takes to run Wildlife Safari in Winston is staggering even to members of the staff.
Irelyn and Londyn Weaver have gone wild.
Maisie Sherman is an introvert with a love for helping animals.
YMCA of Douglas County held its 10th annual Water Safety Day on Saturday, which was transformed into a drive-thru event amid the coronavirus pandemic and social distancing guidelines.
The Cow Creek Tribe of Umpqua Band of Indians recently gave a nonprofit organization located in Jackson County $7,700 to buy two 3D printers, which are being used to make personal protective equipment and medical equipment for healthcare workers in Southwest Oregon.