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  1. Feed the Burg takes 2-month hiatus to search for food, volunteers

    Feed the Burg is taking a two-month hiatus as it re-evaluates ways it could garner more volunteers and donations. The nonprofit has been feeding people for free at Eagle Park in downtown Roseburg every Saturday for the last five years.

  2. My tips to traveling with children

    Traveling can be a wonderful experience for families, but it can also take a little bit of planning and thought. I think there is always a little bit of stress involved, especially if you're dealing with airports or on a longer road trip.

  3. Busy scene

    Jackson street, Roseburg, is the scene of ceaseless activity. The many new buildings in course of construction, and the hurried attempts of the workmen to push everything along that the street may be cleaned of bricks, mortar, sand, lime, and lumber, show how fast the city is growing, and how enterprising are its businessmen.

  4. 10 things to know about Douglas County

    Want to know Douglas County a little better? Here are 10 events, facts and personalities that are distinct to the area. A bizarre chain of events led to The Blast, and the key link was truck driver George Rutherford's choice of a parking space for the night.

  5. Community Cancer Center: Haven for healing

    Come spring, when cancer patients visit their medical oncologists for chemotherapy treatments, they will have a serene reflecting garden with ponds and streams at which they can gaze from their chairs. They will also be able to enjoy an interior courtyard, take advantage of services offered by local and national organizations, have bloods work done in a small lab and receive radiation treatment - all under one roof.

  6. Prayers of Pain

    About 50 people from a dozen churches in Douglas County came together for a "Prayer Gathering for a Nation Torn and Bleeding" at New Hope Church in Winston Tuesday night. The gathering was one of a spontaneous wave of prayer meetings across the county in the wake of Tuesday's terrorist attacks in New York and Washington, D.C. Phil Morrow, station manager of Christian radio station KGRV-AM 700 in Winston, said the station had received reports from 13 churches that would be holding or participating in prayer meetings Tuesday and today.

  7. Boys and Girls Clubs of the Umpqua Valley Summer Camp 2017 schedule

    The Boys and Girls Clubs of the Umpqua Valley will be holding Summer Camp 2017 from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday from June 19 to Aug. 25, at 1144 NE Cedar St., Roseburg. The following STEAM Camps will be held for children entering second to fifth grades: Wacky Science from June 19-23; Exploring the Ancient World from June 23-30; Science of Superpowers from July 5-7; Challenge Extravaganza from July 10-14; A Walk on the Wild Side from July 17-21; Fun Factor from July 24-28; Space is the Place from July 31 to Aug. 4; Myth Busters from Aug. 7-11; H2OH! from Aug.14-18; and Endless Summer from Aug. 21-25.

  8. Toll heavy as blast strike downtown Roseburg

    Roseburg is staggering under a toll of at least nine dead and property damage of at least 10 million dollars tonight as a result of a gigantic explosion-caused fire which wiped out an estimated 12 square blocks of the downtown area early this morning. The area was virtually obliterated by smoke and flames shortly after a 1:15 a.m. fire at Gerretsen Building Supply Co.

  9. Drys to rally in Roseburg Oct. 6

    A prohibition rally, sponsored by the Roseburg Ministerial union, is to be held Thursday, October 6, at the Baptist church, according to an announcement made today. Hon. Boyd P. Doty, attorney for the World League Against Alcoholism, and R. E. Close, superintendent of the Anti-Saloon League of Oregon, are to be speakers.

  10. Fatal holocaust at Myrtle Creek

    Today the people of the pleasant little city of Myrtle creek, 18 miles south of Roseburg, are appalled and grief strickened as a result of the terrible holocaust which occurred at that place this morning at 1:30 o'clock when the two large two-story frame buildings known as the Overland Hotel were enveloped in flames and was a tottering wreck almost in the twinkle of an eye and before some of the sleeping occupants were aware of the terrible conflagration.