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Myrtle Creek Winter Festival
Dec 13, 2014
A wonderful day in Myrtle Creek to be with your family and friends.
Myrtle Creek, OR 97457
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|November 26th, 2014 --- 11:50:21 CST -0600|
'Silver Tsunami' Predicted by Oregon Economist
A prominent Oregon economist says one of the counties hardest hit by the decline of the state's forest industries should expect a "silver tsunami" of retirees as aging baby boomers flee California and, if predictions pan out, the Pacific Northwest becomes a refuge from potential impacts elsewhere of climate change. His advice to Douglas County leaders is to make it a priority to make sure those retirees get their health care locally rather than in Eugene or Portland, the Roseburg News-Review reported.
|November 25th, 2014 --- 15:48:52 CST -0600|
Fremont middle school teacher Jim Walker is classroom life coach, Crystal Apple winner
Math and science instructor Jim Walker works with sixth grade students at John C. Fremont Middle School in Roseburg Tuesday. When you ask Jim Walker what he teaches at John C. Fremont Middle School, his immediate response won't be sixth-grade math and science.
|November 25th, 2014 --- 13:46:51 CST -0600|
Family holiday event guide | Moms
Festival of Lights, Holiday Village and Giant Nutcracker November 23, 2014 - January 1, 2015, River Forks Park Sunday - Thursday from 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Holidays from 5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. $10 per car, Bi-Mart members remember to look out for free members night. Christmas Tree Permits on Sale November 24 - December 24, 2014 The cost is $5.00 per tree with a maximum of five trees per household.
|November 24th, 2014 --- 19:01:38 CST -0600|
Festival of Lights underway in Roseburg
ROSEBURG, Ore. The annual Festival of Lights opened up Sunday night in Roseburg and organizers say it's bigger than ever.
|November 24th, 2014 --- 19:01:37 CST -0600|
Roseburg ballerinas performed Nutcracker Suite with Eugene Ballet Company
|November 24th, 2014 --- 18:01:20 CST -0600|
Oregon economist predicts 'silver tsunami' of retirees
A prominent Oregon economist says one of the counties hardest hit by decline of the state's forest industries should expect a "silver tsunami" of retirees. John Tapogna of ECONorthwest says Douglas County should work to make sure those retirees get their health care locally, and a proposed health care college in downtown Roseburg is a step in the right direction.
|November 22nd, 2014 --- 11:26:37 CST -0600|
Holiday festival features 41-foot nutcracker
Crews begin erecting the world's tallest wooden nutcracker for the Umpqua Valley Festival of Lights, Monday Nov. 17, 2014 in Roseburg, Ore. The 41-foot nutcracker was carved with chainsaws by Toby Johnson.
|November 22nd, 2014 --- 07:17:18 CST -0600|
Douglas County Library holds book auction with children
A children's book auction this week at the Douglas County Library in Roseburg is helping to get children excited about reading books. Children were given numbers and 15 pieces of candy to use in lieu of money.
|November 22nd, 2014 --- 03:07:46 CST -0600|
On the Drawing Board: Student Artwork
Log in with a subscription to read the full story. Each user who logs in with a subscription will be entered in a monthly drawing.* This piece is by Jaron Cargill, a first-grader at Fir Grove Elementary in Roseburg.
|November 21st, 2014 --- 22:57:16 CST -0600|
A guy gets 25 years for stuffing his girlfriend in a freezer and is on the streets 15 years later on "good behavior" because when he was serving his time he didn't stuff a single person into a freezer and he ate all his vegetables. I was having lunch with the Roseburg city manager, of all people, over at O'Toole's pub on Friday .
|November 21st, 2014 --- 18:47:46 CST -0600|
Employers decry 'break' in West Coast port talks
Negotiations over a new contract for dockworkers at 29 West Coast ports took an unexpected turn Thursday, as the union insisted on "small table" talks while employers decried the "extended break." The full teams for the longshoreman's union and the association representing trans-ocean shipping lines and operators of port terminals aren't scheduled to meet again until Dec. 2. The maritime association called the development a "slowdown tactic" - a pointed reference to their complaints that dockworkers are deliberately dragging as they load and unload ships.
|November 21st, 2014 --- 14:42:47 CST -0600|
Body of missing hiker found on Longs Peak
Searchers on Thursday found the body of a man missing after he set out to climb Longs Peak on Sunday morning.
|November 21st, 2014 --- 10:32:34 CST -0600|
Gov.-elect Tom Wolf hopes to have Cabinet picked by Jan. 20
In a brief telephone interview Thursday, the Democrat said his transition team is still in its formative stages, but that two months should be enough time to choose his top advisers. Wolf says he hasn't ruled out keeping some of Republican Gov. Tom Corbett's Cabinet members and that the party affiliation of a candidate doesn't matter as much as his or her competence and integrity.
|November 21st, 2014 --- 06:22:43 CST -0600|
Public hearing set for Penn Township, Hanover joint plan
Hanover Borough and Penn Township are holding a public hearing on Dec. 17 to open discussion on the joint plan between the two municipalities. Administrative representatives from both areas will be present to answer questions or address concerns regarding the $89,646 plan.
|November 21st, 2014 --- 02:23:16 CST -0600|
UN peacekeeping review won't see field firsthand
The Nobel Peace Prize winner who will lead the first major review of United Nations peacekeeping operations in 15 years says his panel will do it from afar. In a closed-door meeting Thursday of the Security Council, apparently inadvertently broadcast on the U.N.'s internal television system, Jose Ramos-Horta said panel members have been in the field before and don't need to go.
|November 20th, 2014 --- 22:08:29 CST -0600|
Met Opera ends season with $22 million deficit
New York City's Metropolitan Opera says it has ended its 2014 fiscal year with a $22 million shortfall in its budget. But the opera company said in a statement Thursday that steps including new labor contracts are expected to bring in enough savings to balance the budgets in the 2015 and 2016 fiscal years.
|November 20th, 2014 --- 21:03:37 CST -0600|
Kelsey Grammer's daughter is Miss Golden Globe
Hollywood Foreign Press Association President Theo Kingma made the announcement Thursday night at a party in her honor. It's been a Golden Globe tradition for 50 years to have the daughter or son of a past winner help hand out statuettes during the ceremony.
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