What Veteran’s Day Means to Roseburg Youth

Kids show their patriotism at Stewart Park last Wednesday. Front row, left to right: Audrey Anderson,  Julianna Worley, and Kavie Wolford.  Back row, left to right:  Brody Nelson, Collin Coopride, Suriah Clarno, Quinn Coopride. Veteran’s Day means something different for everybody. But for the kids of Roseburg, it is about honoring those who have or Continue Reading

How to Have a Happy and Healthy Halloween

Dr. Dannenhoffer shows off a pumpkin responsibly wearing a mask at Stewart Park on Saturday. The air is getting cooler, the leaves are falling and the holidays are fastly approaching. This time of year is flush with traditions and family enjoyment. Dr. Bob Dannenhoffer, Douglas County Public Health Officer, offers some ideas on how families Continue Reading

Vaux’s Swifts Hindered by Smoke, Still Try to Migrate

The skies above the Clay Place chimney have been filled with smoke since Tuesday, greatly affecting the migration journey of the Vaux’s swifts.  Normally, at this time, thousands of swifts would be occupying the chimney nightly to rest and keep warm as they migrate from North America to Central America. However, due to the heavy Continue Reading

Putting the Fun into Functional

Attic transformed into practical learning space. Jill Kraack, former child development specialist for Fullerton IV Elementary School, has transformed her home’s attic into a virtual learning place. She created a workspace for her two children Rylee and Hudson to participate in Comprehensive Distance Learning. “When creating this space my mission was to mainly use things Continue Reading