Emily Hoard

Business, Natural Resources and Outdoors Reporter


Emily Hoard is the business, outdoors and natural resources reporter for The News-Review. She can be reached at 541-957-4217 or by email at ehoard@nrtoday.com. Follow her on Twitter @hoard_emily.

From the Umpqua Valley, visitors can take a day trip to the coast to eat fresh seafood, take a sandy stroll, see unique rock formations and more.

The Umpqua Valley has a variety of sites showing off the natural world and its inhabitants, from fish to butterflies and flowers to elk.

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Thanks for reading, Mogie. The shopping center no longer has a main entrance, as all the stores have their own outdoor entrances.


EHoard commented on Uber comes to Roseburg

Thanks for reading, Mogie. Uber has already begun operating in Roseburg, as Bennett started three weeks ago and Wilcox started yesterday. You can get in touch with them through the Uber smart phone application.


Thanks for your question, Mogie. Ted Nugent didn't use the guitar. Nugent is on the NRA board of directors so he signed the guitar for the NRA auction.


Hi Mogie, thanks for reading. Tribes aren't required to release the amount of money they make, so the Cow Creek Tribe chooses not to. I'm unsure about the old Farms Co-op building, but I included all the businesses listed on the website (www.cowcreek.com/tribal-business) and discussed in my …