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Our Town
A Guide to Living in Douglas County • 2010-11
The News-Review
October 29, 2010
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Douglas County history 6
Douglas County map 8
Government contacts 10
County departments 15
Roseburg information 19
Calendar of events 23
County media 31
Hospitals 34
Transportation 36
Hunting 37
Police and Fire 42
Disposal services 43
North County 44
West County 47
South County 50
Sports 57
East County 60
Community services 62
Schools 71
INDEX
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DOUGLAS COUNTY
DOUGLAS COUNTY
Population: 105,395
(July 2009 estimates,
Population Research Center
at Portland State University)
What is now Douglas County
was originally part of Umpqua
County, established by the
Oregon territorial government
in 1851 — just eight years
after the start of the major
westward migration over the
Oregon Trail.
Gold was discovered in the
Umpqua Valley, bringing an
instant increase in settlers.
The first meeting of the
Umpqua County government
was held in Elkton. Subsequent
meetings took place in Green
Valley and in Yoncalla.
In 1852, Douglas County
was carved out of a portion of
Umpqua County lying east of
the Coast Range. It was named
after U.S. Sen. Stephen A.
Douglas of Illinois, a staunch
supporter of Oregon statehood.
Later, the gold boom in
Umpqua County petered out, the
population dwindled and in 1862 the
rest of that county was absorbed into
Douglas County.
That followed the 1856 annexation
of Camas Valley from Coos County.
Further boundary adjustments were
made with Jackson and Lane counties
in 1915.
Today, Douglas County covers 5,071
square miles. It’s bordered by six
counties — Lane County to the north,
Jackson, Josephine and Curry counties
to the south, Coos County to the west
and Klamath County to the east.
Winchester was the original county
seat of Douglas County, but only held
that distinction for two years.
Residents later voted to move the
seat in 1854 to Deer Creek, which, a
year later, was renamed Roseburg after
early settler Aaron Rose.
Douglas County originally operated
under a county court, featuring a coun-
ty judge and two commissioners.
The current system of three commis-
sioners with equal authority was adopt-
ed in 1965. In 2008, commissioners
were elected on a nonpartisan basis.
Previously, they were elected by party
or candidates could run as nonaffiliat-
ed.
Besides the three commissioners,
who are elected by voters throughout
the county, Douglas County also has
an elected sheriff, district attorney,
clerk, assessor, treasurer and surveyor.
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Wolf Mtn.
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White Rock
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1. When was Douglas County estab-
lished?
2. What mountains to the north separate
the greater Umpqua Valley from the
Willamette Valley and what mountains to
the south separate the Umpqua from the
Rogue River Valley?
3. Name the 10 rivers and streams that
are considered the major tributaries of the
Umpqua River.
4. Name the dried fruit that Douglas
County was a major supplier of to regional,
national and international markets in the
mid-1930s.
See page 10 for the answers
Douglas
County
Facts
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Douglas County
Populations
Roseburg 21,355
Sutherlin 8,085
Green 6,174*
Winston 5,925
Reedsport 4,300
Myrtle Creek 3,665
Tri City 3,519*
Canyonville 1,705
Glide 1,690*
Yoncalla 1,115
Drain 1,090
Riddle 1,030
Glendale 955
Oakland 945
Winchester Bay 488*
Elkton 255
Sources: Population Research Center at Portland State
University; figures from unincorporated areas marked *
are from the 2000 Census.
Douglas County facts, answers
1. Douglas County was established Jan. 7, 1852.
2. The Calapooya Mountains to the north separate the
greater Umpqua Valley from the Willamette Valley; the Kla-
math Mountains to the south separate the Umpqua from the
Rogue River Valley.
3. Calapooya Creek, Cow Creek, Deer Creek, Elk Creek,
Little River, Lookingglass Creek, Myrtle Creek, Smith River,
the North Umpqua and the South Umpqua are considered the
major tributaries of the Umpqua River.
4. Douglas County was a major producer of dried prunes in
the mid-1930s.
DOUGLAS COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
Doug Robertson, Commis-
sioner
1036 S.E. Douglas Room
217, Roseburg, OR 97470
Phone: 541-440-4201
Joe Laurance, Commis-
sioner
1036 S.E. Douglas Room
217, Roseburg, OR 97470
Phone: 541-440-4201
Susan Morgan, Commis-
sioner
1036 S.E. Douglas Room
217, Roseburg, OR 97470
Phone: 541-440-4201
Douglas County
e-Government Web site:
http://www.co.douglas.or.us
DOUGLAS COUNTY
CITIES
City government contacts
are listed under individual
city descriptions elsewhere
in this guide and under Hot
Links/“Government Links” on
our web site, nrtoday.com
STATE SENATORS
SEN. JEFF KRUSE,
R-ROSEBURG
S-316, State Capitol, 900
Court St. N.E., Salem, OR
97301
Phone: 503-986-1701
Local contact information:
636 Wild Iris Lane, Rose-
burg, OR 97470
Phone: 541-580-3276
E-mail:
sen.jeffkruse@state.or.us
Web site:
www.leg.state.or.us/kruse
Committees: Education
and General Government
(vice-chairman); Health Care
Robertson
Laurance
Morgan
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GOVERNMENT
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GOVERNMENT
(vice-chairman); Human Services and
Rural Health Policy (vice-chairman).
Kruse is serving his second Senate
term representing District 1, which
includes Roseburg and the areas south
to Glendale and west to Bandon, Gold
Beach and Brookings. He earlier served
in the Oregon House from 1997-2004.
Sen. Floyd Prozanski, D-Eugene
S-417, State Capitol, 900 Court St.
N.E., Salem, OR 97301
Phone: 503-986-1704 Fax: 503-986-
1080
Local contact information:
P.O. Box 11511 Eugene, OR 97440
Phone: 541-342-2447
E-mail:
sen.floydprozanski@state.or.us
Web site:
http://www.leg.state.or.us/prozanski
Committees: Commerce and Work-
force Development (chairman); Judicia-
ry (chairman); Legislative Counsel;
Environment and Natural Resources.
Prozanski is finishing his second
Senate term representing District 4,
which includes Oakland, Sutherlin, Elk-
ton, Drain, Yoncalla and Glide. He earli-
er served in the House from 1995-
2003.
Sen. Joanne Verger, D-Coos Bay
S-301, State Capitol, 900 Court St.
N.E., Salem, OR 97301
Phone: 503-986-1705
Local contact information:
2285 N. 13th Ct., Coos Bay OR
97420
Phone: 541-267-7611
E-mail: sen.joanneverger@state.or.us
Web site: www.leg.state.or.us/verger
Committees: Ways and Means;
Human Services and Rural Health Poli-
cy; Business and Transportation.
Verger is serving her second Senate
term representing District 5, which
includes Reedsport in Douglas County
as well as part of western Lane County
and Coos and Curry counties. She pre-
viously served two terms in the House.
STATE REPRESENTATIVES
Rep. Bruce Hanna, R-Sutherlin
H-395, State Capitol, 900 Court St.
N.E., Salem, OR 97301
Phone: 503-986-1407
Local contact information:
612 N.W. Cecil Ave., Roseburg, OR
97470
Phone: 541-440-9004
Email: rep.brucehanna@state.or.us
Website:
http://www.leg.state.or.us/hanna
Committees: Administration (vice-
chairman); Land Use; Legislative
Administration; Session Schedule (vice-
chairman).
Hanna is ending his third term repre-
senting House District 7, which
includes Sutherlin and other portions of
northern Douglas County and rural
Lane County. He serves as the House
Republican Leader.
Rep. Tim Freeman, R-Roseburg
H-371, State Capitol, 900 Court St.
N.E., Salem, OR 97301
Phone: 503-986-1402
Local contact information:
792 N.W. Garden Valley Blvd., Rose-
burg, OR 97471
Phone: 541-580-2043
E-mail: rep.timfreeman@state.or.us
Web site: www.leg.state.or.us/free-
man
Committees: Veterans and Emer-
gency Services (vice-chairman); Ways
and Means Subcommittee on Public
Safety.
Freeman is finishing his first term,
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representing House District 2, which
includes Roseburg, Myrtle Creek and
Canyonville. He replaced former Rep.
Susan Morgan, who was elected to the
Douglas County Board of Commission-
ers after serving five terms in the House.
Rep. Wayne Krieger, R-Gold Beach
H-381, State Capitol, 900 Court St.
N.E., Salem, OR 97301
Phone: 503-986-1401
Local contact information:
95702 Skyview Ranch Road, Gold
Beach, OR 97444
Phone: 541-247-7990
E-mail: rep.waynekrieger@state.or.us
Web site: www.leg.state.or.us/krieger
Committees: Judiciary; Agriculture,
Natural Resources and Rural Communi-
ties (vice-chairman); Consumer Protec-
tion.
Krieger is finishing his fifth term, rep-
resenting District 1, which includes
Winston and several Douglas County
towns west of there.
Rep. Arnie Roblan, D-Coos Bay
H-292, State Capitol, 900 Court St.
N.E., Salem, OR 97310
Phone: 503-986-1409
E-mail: rep.arnieroblan@state.or.us
Local contact information:
P.O. Box 1410, Coos Bay, OR 97420
Phone: 541-267-6843
Web site: www.leg.state.or.us/roblan
Committees: Rules (chairman); Agri-
culture, Natural Resources and Rural
Communities; Education; Elections,
Legislative Administration; Session
Schedule (co-chairman).
Roblan is ending his third term repre-
senting House District 9, which
includes Reedsport in Douglas County
as well as portions of western Coos
and Lane counties.
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GOVERNMENT
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GOVERNMENT
U.S. SENATORS
Sen. Ron Wyden (Democrat)
223 Dirksen Senate Office Building,
Washington, D.C., 20510-3703
Phone: 202-224-5244.
E-mail: http://wyden.senate.gov/contact
Website: http://wyden.senate.gov
Eugene district office:
405 E. 8th Ave., Suite 2020
Eugene, OR 97401
Phone: 541-431-0229
Fax: 541-431-0610
Sen. Jeff Merkley (Democrat)
107 Russell Senate Office Building
Washington, D.C., 20510
Phone: 202-224-3753
Fax: 202-228-3997
E-mail: http://merkley.senate.gov/contact
Website: http://merkley.senate.gov
Eugene district office:
405 E. 8th Ave., Suite 2010
Eugene, OR 97401
Phone: 541-465-6750
U.S. REPRESENTATIVE
Rep. Peter DeFazio (Democrat)
2134 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, D.C., 20515.
Phone: 202-225-6416
Fax 202-225-0373
Roseburg district office:
612 S.E. Jackson St., No. 9,
P.O. Box 2460,
Roseburg, Ore. 97470
Phone: 541-440-3523.
Fax: 541-440-3525
E-mail:
https://forms.house.gov/defazio/IMA/con-
tact.html
Website: http://www.defazio.house.gov
GOVERNOR
Gov. Ted Kulongoski
State Capitol, Room 160
900 Court St. N.E.
Salem, OR 97301-4047
Phone: 503-378-4582
Fax: 503-378-6827
E-mail: http://www.governor.oregon.-
gov/Gov/contact_us.shtml
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GOVERNMENT
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Kulongoski will leave office in January
2011, after serving two terms. He will be
replaced by either Democrat John
Kitzhaber or Republican Chris Dudley.
SENATE PRESIDENT
Sen. Peter Courtney, D-Salem
Room S-201, State Capitol, 900 Court
St. N.E., Salem OR 97301
Phone: 503-986-1600
Fax: 503-986-1004
E-mail: sen.petercourtney@state.or.us
Website: http://www.leg.state.or.us/court-
ney
HOUSE SPEAKER
Rep. Dave Hunt, D-Clackamas
Room H-269, State Capitol, 900 Court
St. N.E., Salem OR 97301
Phone: 503-986-1200
E-mail: rep.davehunt@state.or.us
Website: http://www.leg.state.or.us/hunt
U.S. PRESIDENT
President Barack H. Obama
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Ave
Washington, D.C. 20500
Phone: 202-456-1414
Fax: 202-456-2461
Email: president@whitehouse.gov
Website: http://www.whitehouse.gov
VICE PRESIDENT
Joe Biden
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Ave
Washington, D.C. 20500
Phone: 202-456-1414
Fax: 202-456-2461
Email: vice.president@whitehouse.gov
Website: http://www.whitehouse.gov
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The red of this 1955 Chevy fits right in with the color in these U.S. flags on the VA grounds in Roseburg.
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COUNTYDEPARTMENTS
COUNTY GOVERNMENT
LISTINGS
Douglas County
Courthouse/Justice Building
1036 S.E. Douglas, Roseburg;
541-672-3311
Douglas County e-Government
Web site:
http://www.co.douglas.or.us
COUNTY DEPARTMENTS
Adult Parole and Probation -
Justice Building Room 206
541-957-8148
Assessor - Courthouse Room 206
541-440-4222
Building Department - Justice
Building Room 106
541-440-4284
County Clerk - Courthouse
Room 221
541-440-4323
Commissioners, Douglas County
- Courthouse Room 217
541-440-4201
Commission on Children &
Families - Courthouse Room 7
541-957-4622
Corrections - Justice Building
Room 310
541-440-4440
County Counsel - Courthouse Room
321
541-440-4375
DINT (Douglas Interagency Narcotics
Team)
541-440-4474
District Attorney - Justice Building
Room 204
541-440-4388
Fairgrounds, Douglas County - 2110
S.W. Frear Street, Roseburg
541-957-7010
Fire District #2, Douglas County -
1400 Buckhorn Road, Roseburg
541-673-5503
Douglas Forest Protective Association
1758 N.W. Airport Road, Roseburg;
541-672-6507
531 S. Cedar, Drain; 541-836-7009
Information Technology - Courthouse
Room 123
541-440-4330
Justice Courts
Canyonville - P.O. Box 376,
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Visitors to the annual Douglas County Fair in August enjoy carnival rides on the mid-
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Canyonville; 541-839-4389
Drain - P.O. Box 513, Drain; 541-
836-2814
Glendale - P.O. Box 325, Glen-
dale; 541-832-2101
Reedsport - 680 Fir Street, Reed-
sport; 541-271-4868
Juvenile
Justice Building, Room 203
541-440-4409
Detention Facility - Detention &
Shelter Care Facility Building
541-464-6400
Land - Courthouse Room 320
541-440-4300
Law Library - Justice Building
Room 305
541-440-4341
Library, Douglas County - 1409
N.E. Diamond Lake Blvd., Roseburg
541-440-4311
Additional libraries located in
Canyonville, Drain, Glendale, Myr-
tle Creek, Oakland, Reedsport, Rid-
dle, Sutherlin, Winston, Yoncalla (see individual city listings for
locations).
Management & Finance - Courthouse Room 302
541-440-4247
Museum, Douglas County - 123 Museum Drive, Roseburg
541-957-7007
Parks - 6536 Old Highway 99 North, Winchester
541-957-7001
Planning Department - Justice Building Room 106
541-440-4289
Public Works
Administration - Courthouse Room 219; 541-440-4208
Engineering - Courthouse Room 304; 541-440-4481
Natural Resources - Courthouse Room 306; 541-440-4255
Operations and Maintenance - 433 Rifle Range Road, Rose-
burg; 541-440-4268
Salmon Harbor Moorage - 100 Ork Rock Road, Winchester
Bay
The Marina RV Resort
541-271-3407
Sheriff’s Office, Douglas County - Justice Building Room 210
541-440-4450
State Court Offices - Administration - Justice Building
541-957-4209
Surveyor - Courthouse Room 105-A
541-440-4272
Tax Department - Courthouse Room 205
541-440-4253
Treasurer - Courthouse Room 316
541-440-4241
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COUNTYDEPARTMENTS
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The U-Trans bus systemprovides transportation in the Roseburg area.
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COUNTYDEPARTMENTS
U-Trans, formerly Umpqua Regional Transit - 610 S.E. Rose
St.
541-440-6500
Umpqua Valley Public Defender - 500 S.E. Cass Ave.
541-957-5344
Veterans Service - Courthouse Room 8
541-440-4219
Watermaster - Courthouse Room 306
541-440-4255
Weighmaster - Courthouse Room 213
541-440-4206
TRIBAL LISTINGS
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2371 N.E. Stephens St., Roseburg
541-672-9405
Dan Courtney, Chairman
Cow Creek Health & Wellness Center
541-672-8533
Cow Creek Gaming Commission
541-677-5508
Cow Creek Umpqua Indian Foundation
541-957-8945
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Brandon Jackson, a 2010 Roseburg High graduate, pitched
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baseball team earlier this year.
Population: 21,355
(2009 estimate, Population Research Center at Portland
State University)
Nestled in the heart of Douglas County, Roseburg has
dubbed itself “The Timber Capital of the Nation,” and
serves as the
gateway to the
Douglas fir-
lined North
Umpqua River
and Crater Lake
National Park
via Highway
138, which
heads east from
town.
The regional
hub as well as
Douglas County
seat attracts
locals and
tourists alike to
its cultural
events and
riverside parks,
as well as the
Douglas County
Fair and sum-
mer concert
series Music on
the Half Shell
that lure big-
name perform-
ers.
The South
Umpqua River
winds through the heart of Roseburg, meeting up with
the North Umpqua just northwest of town.
The city of 21,355 is the area’s retail and home
improvement destination and boasts restaurants with
international cuisine from Chinese and Italian to Greek,
Mexican and Japanese.
Located just off of Interstate 5, Roseburg is 72 miles
south of Eugene, and 124 miles north of the California
border. It rests amid some of the world’s richest timber
land, and became a major lumber producer during the
post-World War II housing boom. At the timber indus-
try’s height, 278 mills operated in Douglas County.
First visited by white settlers and gold seekers in the
1840s, the town was platted as Deer Creek by New York-
er Aaron Rose in 1851. Three years later, the town was
officially mapped, renamed Roseburg — after Aaron —
and became the county seat.
Roseburg’s Main Street follows the Applegate Trail,
mapped in 1846 by pioneers led by Jesse Applegate and
Levi Scott. A historical marker on the west side of the
Douglas County Courthouse commemorates and describes
this wagon trail, also called the Old South Road.
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Mount Nebo, named after
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and Garden Valley. Pioneers
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the high ground in the bend
of the South Umpqua River
that proves a spectacular
viewpoint.
Roseburg abounds with his-
toric homes and landmarks,
but many spots were irrepara-
bly damaged or destroyed
during a 1959 explosion
downtown that leveled busi-
nesses, killed 14 people,
injured more than 100 others
and caused $10 million in
damage. The Blast, as it’s
known, was the third-most
deadly disaster in Oregon
history, and today is the sub-
ject of seasonal walking
tours.
In spite of adversity, the city has
managed to maintain many historic
buildings, including the neo-classical
Douglas County Courthouse at 1036
S.E. Douglas Ave. The structure was
built in a space city founder Aaron
Rose donated in the 1850s for use as a
public square. In 1955, rectangular
additions were made to each end of
the original 1929 structure.
The Mill-Pine neighborhood was
Roseburg’s first nationally registered
historic district, commemorating the
community’s railroad workers of the
late 19th century. The housing devel-
opment grew after the first steam
locomotives arrived in Roseburg in
1872.
The railroad established a round-
house, repair yard, warehouses and an
office until the division headquarters
and shops were moved to Eugene.
The former Southern Pacific Rail-
road Depot at 705 S.E. Sheridan St.
was the third to serve Roseburg. It is
now a microbrewery operated by the
McMenamin’s Bros. of Portland. The
coming of the railroad was vital to
communities along the north-south
transportation route and Roseburg was
a major railroad center until 1927.
Passenger service was terminated in
1951.
Historic homes in the downtown
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ROSEBURG
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The Douglas County Courthouse sits at 1036 S.E. Douglas Ave. in Roseburg.
Continued on page 21
district are echoes of a not-so-distant past when timber
barons and respected doctors, lawyers and politicians built
opulent monuments to their success.
The elaborately decorated three-story Queen Anne-style
Moses Parrott house at 1772 S.E. Jackson St. is a vivid
reminder of this. Parrott, a shoemaker, came to this area
with his wife, Tennessee, in the early 1850s.
Today, the home is privately owned. No tours are given,
but it can be viewed easily from Stephens Street.
The Floed-Lane house at 544 S.E. Douglas Ave. is more
commonly
known as the
Joseph Lane
House and is the
only surviving
structure associ-
ated with this
pioneer soldier
and statesman.
Lane was a com-
missioned
brigadier general
during the Mexi-
can War. He was
the Oregon Terri-
tory’s delegate to Congress from 1851 to 1859 and was the
state’s first U.S. senator from 1859 to 1861. In 1860 he
was the Southern Democratic candidate for vice president.
The home was owned by Lane’s daughter and son-in-
law, John and Emily Floed, and built between 1866-76.
Lane lived nearby during his final years and spent much of
his time with his daughter. The Floed-Lane House is
maintained by the Douglas County Historical Society.
Hours are 1 to 4 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays or by
appointment.
Admission is free but donations are accepted.
Today, Roseburg also boasts two cinemas, theaters, book
stores, coffee houses and numerous restaurants.
ROSEBURG INFORMATION
Mayor: Larry Rich
City Recorder: Sheila Cox
City Hall: 900 S.E. Douglas Ave., Roseburg; 541-492-6700
City E-mail: info@cityofroseburg.org
City Web site: http://www.cityofroseburg.org
Post Office: 519 S.E. Kane St., Roseburg; 541-673-3620
Police Department: 541-492-6760
Sheriff’s Department: 541-440-4450
Fire Department: 541-492-6770
Municipal Court: 900 S.E. Douglas Ave., Roseburg; 541-492-
6720
Chamber of Commerce: 410 S.E. Spruce St., Roseburg; 541-
672-2648
Visitors Center: 410 S.E. Spruce St., Roseburg; 541-672-9731
Library: 1409 N.E. Diamond Lake Blvd., Roseburg; 541-440-
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Schools: Roseburg School District
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CALENDAR OFEVENTS
Most of the events in the following cal-
endar were supplied by the Roseburg Vis-
itors & Convention Bureau. The schedule
is subject to change.
More spring and summer events for
2011 will be included in a calendar that
will be in the Visitors Guide that comes
out in May.
NOVEMBER 2010
1 Roseburg Community Concerts
Association, Legacy of Ford Cramer,
featuring keyboardist Jason Coleman,
Umpqua Community College Jacoby
Auditorium, 7 p.m., 541-672-3347
6-7 Business & Professional
Women’s Craft Fair, Douglas County
Fairgrounds, 541-672-5820,
www.co.douglas.or.us/fair
6-1/8 Pastel Society of Oregon
National Exhibit, Umpqua Valley Arts
Center, Santa’s Unique Boutique, 541-
672-2532, www.uvarts.com
11 Annual Veterans Day Parade,
Roseburg Town Center, 11 a.m., 541-
440-1000, ext. 44101 or 541-672-9716
11 Veterans get in free, Wildlife
Safari, Winston, 541-679-6761
14 Cascadia Clarinet Quartet & the
Left Coast Saxophone Quartet , First
Presbyterian Church in Roseburg, 3 p.m.,
541-440-7700
20 Windows of Hope Auction, local
artists “repurpose” old windows into
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20-28, Wildlife Safari Drive-Thru
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21 Nutcracker Ballet, Umpqua Com-
munity College Jacoby Auditorium, 3
p.m., 541-672-3469
21-1/1 Festival of Lights, River Forks
Park, 5:30 to 9 p.m. Sundays through
Thursdays, 5:30 to 10 p.m. Fridays, Satur-
days and holidays, 541-672-3469
26-28 Thanksgiving Holiday Tasting,
several Umpqua Valley wineries,
www.umpquavalleywineries.com
26-28 Annual Classic Crafters Guild
Christmas Show, Riversdale Grange,
Roseburg. Handcrafted items and food, 9
a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m.
to 4 p.m. Sunday. Free. 541-673-8489
28 Christmas Tree Lighting, Douglas
County Courthouse, 6 p.m., entertainment
around 5:15 p.m., 541-673-5356
DECEMBER 2010
TBAMessiah presented by the Rose-
burg Concert Chorale, Jacoby Auditori-
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p.m. Saturday, 3 p.m. Sunday, 541-440-
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1-1/8 Pastel Society of Oregon Nation-
al Exhibit, Umpqua Valley Arts Center,
Santa’s Unique Boutique, 541-672-2532,
www.uvarts.com
1-1/1 Festival of Lights, River Forks
Park, 5:30 to 9 p.m. Monday through
Thursday, 5:30 to 10 p.m. Friday
through Sunday, 541-672-3469
1-5 Festival of Trees, 10 a.m.
Wednesday, Silver Bell Luncheon; 9
a.m. Thursday, Seniors Day; 6 p.m. Fri-
day, Gala Evening; 10 a.m. Saturday,
Teddy Bear Picnic; 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Sunday, Family Day; Seven Feathers,
541-677-4818
2-4, 5, 9, 10-12, Crimes of the Heart,
Centerstage Theatre, Umpqua Community
College, 541-440-4694
3 Winter Concert, Roseburg Concert
Chorale, First Presbyterian Church,
Roseburg, 7:30 p.m., 541-496-0748
3-5 Annual Christmas Fair, Douglas
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CALENDAR OFEVENTS
Continue on page 25
A variety of
gifts can be
found at the
Christmas Fair
that is held
annually at the
Douglas County
Fairgrounds.
This year’s
event is
scheduled for
Dec. 3-5.
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County Fairgrounds,
arts & crafts, food,
Santa Claus, noon to 9
p.m. Friday, 10 a.m. to
8 p.m. Saturday, 11
a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday.
541-440-4396
10-20, A Madrigal
Christmas Dinner
Theatre, The Myrtle
Creek Grand Victorian,
7 p.m. Thursday-Satur-
day; 5 p.m. Sunday,
541-853-3011,
www.grandvictorian-
mc.com
12 Timber Truckers
Light Parade & Myr-
tle Creek Winter Fes-
tival, Millsite Park,
6:30 p.m., lighted truck
parade, fire truck rides,
541-863-3171
17 Wildlife Safari-
Breakfast with Santa,
8-10 a.m., reservations required. Christ-
mas caroling, cookie decorating, photos
with Santa, 541-679-6761,
www.wildlifesafari.org
18 Timber Town Toyland Light
Parade, Central Avenue, Sutherlin, 7
p.m., 541-459-5829
18, Tingstad and Rumbel, Jacoby
Auditorium, Umpqua Community Col-
lege, 7:30 p.m., 541 440-7700
18, Sutherlin Christmas Festival,
Community Building, 150 S. Willamette
St.; doors open at 11 a.m., free admission,
541-637-8505
18, Rudolf Run 2010, Cascade Com-
munity Credit Union, 9 a.m., depart 10
a.m., motorcyclists drop off donated toys
to Child Welfare Department
1-24 Wildlights, Wildlife Safari,
Safari Village is filled with lights and
animal shapes, 6-9 p.m., 541-679-6761
31 New Year’s Eve Event, Seven
Feathers Hotel and Casino Resort,
Canyonville, 800-548-8461, ext. 1168
JANUARY 2011
1-8 Pastel Society of Oregon National
Exhibit, Umpqua Valley Arts Center,
Santa’s Unique Bou-
tique, 541-672-2532,
www.uvarts.com
7-8 Vintage Singers
presents “Twelfth
Night”, First Presbyter-
ian Church of Roseburg,
7:30 p.m. Friday and
Saturday, $5 per person,
$12 per family, 541-
440-4693
17 Roseburg Com-
munity Concert,
Pianist Cristina Pego-
raro, UCC Jacoby
Auditorium, 7:30 p.m.,
541-672-3347
22 Umpqua Valley
Round-Up, Bulls and
Barrel Races, Douglas
County Fairgrounds,
Pavilion, 7 p.m., races
open to novice, youth,
senior, futurity and
derby incentive, pee
wee, 541-430-5908
22-2/7 Palate to
Palette, glassworks,
Umpqua Valley Arts Center, Plein Air
Painters of the Umpqua, Douglas Coun-
ty middle and high school artists, 541-
672-2532, www.uvarts.com
FEBRUARY 2011
1-2/7 Palate to Palette, glassworks,
Umpqua Valley Arts Center, Plein Air
Painters of the Umpqua, Douglas Coun-
ty middle and high school artists, 541-
672-2532, www.uvarts.com
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CALENDAR OFEVENTS
News-Review file photo
An African crane pauses to look around at Wildlife Safari in Winston.
Continue to page 26
Friday, October 29, 2010 Our Town Roseburg, Oregon, Page 26
1810 NE STEPHENS STREET • ROSEBURG, OR 97470 • 541-673-7567
10, Chocolate Sweetheart Wine Walk,
Downtown Roseburg Association, 5 to 8
p.m., 541-673-5356
5-6, Gold and Treasure Show, Douglas
County Fairgrounds-Douglas Hall, 541-
459-5321
12-13 Gun Show, Douglas County
Fairgrounds, Roseburg Rod & Gun
Club, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday; 9 a.m.
to 3 p.m. Sunday, 541-672-2761.
18-20 Sportsmen’s & Outdoor
Recreation Show, Douglas County Fair-
grounds, noon to 9 p.m. Friday; 10 a.m.
to 8 p.m. Saturday; 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday, 541-957-7010, www.expo-
sureshows.com
27, Chamber Orchestra Kremlin, First
Presbyterian Church of Roseburg, 3 p.m.,
541-440-4693
MARCH 2011
1, Pianafiddle, UCC Jacoby Auditori-
um, 7 p.m., 541-672-3347
4-5 Home & Garden Show, Umpqua
Valley Homebuilders Association, Dou-
glas County Fairgrounds, more than 300
vendors, 541-673-3711
5 Greatest of the Grape, presented
by the Umpqua Valley Winegrowers
Continue from page 25
CALENDAR OFEVENTS
News-Review file photo
Fishing boats and other outdoors equipment are brought indoors and featured at the annual Sportsmen’s & Outdoor
Recreation Show that is held in February at the Douglas County Fairgrounds.
Continue on page 27
Page 27–Our Town Roseburg Oregon, Friday, October 29, 2010
WE CARE FOR
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Most Insurances Accepted Third Party Financing Available
Association, Seven Feathers Hotel &
Casino Resort, 7 to 11 p.m., Shuttle
buses from Sleep Inn Suites, Best West-
ern and Holiday Inn Express, 541-673-
5323
11 Roseburg Concert Chorale, 7:30
p.m., First Presbyterian Church of Rose-
burg, 3 p.m., 541-440-4693
12-13 Roseburg Benefit Car Show,
Douglas County Fairgrounds, 10 a.m. to
9 p.m. Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sun-
day, 541-672-7235
25-27 Spring Craft Fair, Douglas
County Fairgrounds, 4 to 9 p.m. Friday,
10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5
p.m. Sunday, innerspacefamily@hot-
mail.com
26-27 Spring Antique Show, Douglas
County Fairgrounds, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, 541-
679-8912
28 French Chamber Orchestra, UCC
Jacoby Auditorium, 7 p.m., 541-672-3347
31 Bowling for Blooms, Ten Down
Bowling Center, Roseburg, to support the
Downtown Roseburg Association flower
baskets, 541-673-5356
APRIL 2011
TBA Roseburg to Coos Bay Relay,
67-mile run relay begins 6 a.m. in Rose-
burg, 23-mile walk relay begins at Lavern
Park, 541-267-6329 or 541-396-5940
15-17 Annual Umpqua Valley Quil-
ter Guild Quilt Show, Douglas County
Fairgrounds, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday &
Continued from page 26
CALENDAR OFEVENTS
News-Review file photo
Visitors to the annual Greatest of the Grape event at Seven Feathers Hotel &
Casino Resort in Canyonville sample food and wine.
Continue on page 28
Friday, October 29, 2010 Our Town Roseburg, Oregon, Page 28
410 S.E. Spruce St., Roseburg
Take exit 124 East • Located along the river
672-9731 Ext. 10 • LandofUmpqua.com
The Roseburg
Visitors Center
Stop by for Visitor information in the
Land of Umpqua
Saturday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, 541-
440-3803,
www.umpquavalleyquilters.com
16 Umpqua Valley Barrel Tasting
Tour, bus tours of six central and south
Umpqua Valley wineries, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
541-672-5701
23 Earth Day & Energy Fair, Dou-
glas County Fairgrounds, entertainment,
activities, demonstrations, food, and fam-
ily fun, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., 541-440-4350
23 Annual Easter Egg Hunt, Stewart
Park, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., free to the pub-
lic. 541-672-6641
23-24 Easter in the Umpqua, Henry
Estate Winery, live music, food, Easter
egg hunt at 2 p.m. Saturday, traditional
ham dinner noon to 5 p.m. Sunday, 541-
459-5120, www.henryestate.com
23-24 Annual Glide Wildflower
Show, Glide Community Center, 8-9
a.m. photographers, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sat-
urday and Sunday for the public, 541-
496-3323,
www.glidewildflowershow.org
MAY 2011
TBA, 25th annual Plant & Garden
Continue from page 27
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CALENDAR OFEVENTS
News-Review file photo
The Easter Bunny hippity-hops through a field of Easter eggs in Stewart Park as kids wait to ‘hunt’ the eggs.
Page 29–Our Town Roseburg Oregon, Friday, October 29, 2010
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Expo, Douglas County Fairgrounds, 9
a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, 541-672-4461
TBA Yard Sale, Douglas County Muse-
um, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 541-957-7007
5 Downtown Chocolate and Wine
Walk, Roseburg Town Center, 5-8 p.m.,
enter to win grand prize basket at each
participating merchant, 541-673-5356 or
541-464-8422
7 Car Show and Shine, Oakland,
eighth annual, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
7 Mothers Day at the Races, moms
are free, Douglas County Speedway,
541-492-1686, info@dcspeedway.com
8 Mothers Day at Wildlife Safari,
moms admitted free with a paid admis-
sion, 541-679-6761
14 Citywide Garage Sale, Oakland,
20th annual, 8 a.m.
21 Umpqua Valley Barrel Tasting
Tour, bus tours of six central and south
Umpqua Valley wineries, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
541-672-5701
28 Elkton Community Education
Center, season opening, open daily 10
a.m. to 4 p.m. through Sept. 3, native plant
garden and butterflies, 541-584-2692
28 Umpqua Ultimate Bike Ride, 23-,
45- or 60-mile rides, start and finish at
Sutherlin’s Central Park, 541-459-3773
28 Scrapbook Fun Fest, Seven Feath-
ers Hotel and Casino Resort, 10 a.m. to 10
p.m., 541-817-2223
30 VA Cemetery “Memorial Day
Tribute,” 11 a.m. to noon, JR ROTC to
post colors, rider-less horse, speakers,
1770 W. Harvard Ave., 541-672-4635
Continue from page 28
News-Review file photo
The Fort Umpqua replica is taking shape at the Elkton Community Education Center.
Continue on page 30
JUNE 2011
TBA NASCAR K & N Pro Series, Douglas County Speed-
way, 541-957-7010
17, 18, 19, 24, 25, 26 Summer Melodrama “Train to Dan-
ger,” Oakland, 7 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, 2 p.m. Sundays.
24-26 Umpqua Valley Summer Arts Festival, Umpqua Valley
Arts Association, Roseburg, 541-672-2532
JULY 2011
4 Fourth of July Parade and Picnic in the Park, Oakland, 11
a.m. to 3 p.m.
6-10, 30th Annual Roseburg Graffiti Weekend, www.graffi-
tiweekend.com
8, Purple Foot Gang Graffiti Weekend Go or Show, Suther-
lin’s Central Park
AUGUST 2011
9-13, Douglas County Fair, Douglas County Fairgrounds,
541-957-7010
11, 18, 25, Sept. 1 Umpqua’s Got Talent Contest, Oakland
City Park, 6:30 p.m.
19-21, 19th Annual Celtic Highland Games, Riverbend Park,
Winston, Celtic concert at 7 p.m. Friday, Scottish products,
games. Sponsored by the Douglas County Scottish Society, 541-
673-7463
19-21, Sutherlin Blackberry Festival, Central Park, 541-459-
3007 or 541-459-5829
20, Henry Goes Wine, Henry Estate Winery, Umpqua, 11 a.m.
to 9 p.m., 541-459-5120 or 800-782-2686
TBA, Canyonville Pioneer Days, Pioneer Park, 4 to 9 p.m.
Thursday, 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 541-839-6966.
TBA Umpqua Hula and The Arts Multicultural Festival, 10
a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, Umpqua
Community College, 888-528-3241
TBA, All You Can Eat Salmon & Crab Dinner, Henry
Estates Winery, Umpqua, 5:30 p.m., 541-459-2526
SEPTEMBER 2011
3, Umpqua Ultimate Triathlon/Duathlon 5K/10K Run/Walk
10, Sutherlin Chamber of Commerce Citywide Sale
10-11 Umpqua Valley Wine, Art and Music Festival,
Umpqua Community College, 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Saturday and 11
a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday
Friday, October 29, 2010 Our Town Roseburg, Oregon, Page 30
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This Pontiac is displayed at a recent Graffiti Weekend event.
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The News-Review
345 N.E. Winchester, P.O.
Box 1248, Roseburg
Phone: 541-672-3321
Website: www.nrtoday.com
E-mail: newsdesk@nrto-
day.com
Douglas County’s only daily
newspaper
Coffee Break Daily News
464 Fir Ave., Reedsport
541-271-3512
Douglas County Mail
325 N.E. First Ave., Myrtle
Creek
541-863-5233
E-mail:
dcmail@clearwire.net
Douglas County News
352 S. Calapooia St., Suite
A, Sutherlin
541-459-0716
Website: www.douglas-
countynews.info
E-mail: becky@douglas-
countynews.info
Drain Enterprise
P.O. Box 26, Drain
541-836-2241
Website: www.354.com/drain
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E-mail:
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The Roseburg Beacon
950 S.E. Washington Ave., Roseburg
541-762-2222
Web: www.roseburgbeacon.com
E-mail: info@roseburgbeacon.com
The South County News
2751 Mt. Reuben Rd., Glendale
541-832-2868
E-mail: scnews@frontiernet.net
The Umpqua Post
456 Fir Ave., Reedsport
541-271-7474
Website: www.theumpquapost.com
E-mail:
umpquapost@theworldlink.com
Umpqua Shopper
354 N.E. Winchester, P.O. Box 1248,
Roseburg
541-672-3321
TELEVISION STATIONS
KPIC-TV Channel 4 — CBS
655 W. Umpqua St., Roseburg
P.O. Box 1345, Roseburg, OR 97470
541-672-4481
Website: www.kpic.com
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News-Review City Editor Don Jenkins takes notes from a witness after Lady Gaga was
reportedly seen in Roseburg in August.
Continued on page 32
KOBI Channel 5 — NBC
125 S. Fir St., Medford
800- 821-8108, 541-779-5555
E-mail: kobi@kobi5.com
Website: www.kobi5.com
KEZI Channel 9 — ABC
520 S.E. Spruce St. Roseburg
541-677-7447 Sales; News 541-440-0009
E-mail:betsyyraguen@kezi.com
Website: www.kezi.com
KDRV Channel 12 — ABC
1090 Knutson Ave., Medford
541-773-1212
E-mail: newsdesk@kdrv.com
Website: www.kdrv.com
KMTR Channel 16 — NBC
415 S.E. Jackson St., Roseburg
541-672-9852
E-mail: newsdesk@kmtr.com
Website: www.kmtr.com
Southern Oregon Public Television
28 S. Fir St., Suite 200 Medford
800-888-1847, 541-779-0808
Website: www.soptv.org
KLSR TV Channel 34 — FOX
2940 Chad Drive, Eugene
541-683-3434
Website: www.myfoxeugene.com
KEVU TV Channel 23 — MyTV
2940 Chad Drive, Eugene
541-683-2525
Website: www.kevutv.com
RADIO STATIONS
Jefferson Public Radio
KSRS 91.5 FM (Classics and News)
KSBA 91.9 FM (Rhythm and News)
KTBR 950 AM (News and Information)
1250 Siskiyou Blvd., Ashland
541- 552-6301
800-782-6191
Website: www.ijpr.org
KSKR The Score
101.1 FM/1490 AM
1445 W. Harvard Ave., Roseburg
541-672-6641
Website: www.541radio.com
K-DUNE AM 1030
136 N. 7th St., Reedsport
541-271-1030
E-mail: kdune@kdune.com
www.kdune.com
KGRV Christian Radio AM-700
196 S.E. Main St., Winston
541-679-8185
E-mail: info@kgrv700.net
KJMX The Rock Radio 99.5 and 100.3 FM, KSHR 97.3
(Country), KWRO 630 AM (News Talk), KBDN 96.5 (Real
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KBBR 1340 AM (Talk)
P.O. Box 180, Coos Bay
541-267-2121
www.bicoastalmedia.com
KKMX SAM FM (Rock)
104.5 FM
1445 W. Harvard, Roseburg
541-672-6641
www.541radio.com
KLCC
89.7 FM
4000 East 30th Ave., Eugene
541-463-6000
800-922-3682
www.klcc.org
KLOV
89.3 FM
800-350-5390
E-mail: klove@klove.com
Web site: www.klove.com
KQEN (News/Talk)
1240 AM
1445 W. Harvard, Roseburg
541-672-6641
www.541radio.com
KRNR Radio (Classic Country)
1490 AM
1445 W. Harvard Ave., Roseburg
541-672-6641
www.541radio.com
KRSB Best Country 103
103.1 FM
1445 W. Harvard, Roseburg
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K-Light Radio (Christian)
96.7 FM
580 Kingwood Ave., Coos Bay
541-269-2022
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Continued from page 32
MEDIA
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running room.
All of OSU’s
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basketball and
baseball games
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station KRNR,
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Evergreen Family Medicine
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Douglas Medical Group
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1813 W. Harvard Ave. No.
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Lower Umpqua Hospital
600 Ranch Road, Reedsport
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Roseburg Veterans Affairs Medical
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913 N.W. Garden Valley Blvd., Rose-
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(541) 269-8111
www.bayareahospital.org
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tal, Cottage Grove
(541) 942-0511
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Doernbecher Children’s Hospital,
Portland
(503) 494-8811
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es/doernbecher/
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(541) 768-5111
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Center, Portland
(503) 413-2200
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McKenzie-Willamette Medical Cen-
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Continued on page 35
News-Review file photo
Dr. Chuck McCart talks to nursing students during a trauma exercise at Mercy Medical Cen-
ter in Roseburg.
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Center, Eugene
(541) 686-7300
www.peacehealth.org/ore-
gon
Sacred Heart Medical Cen-
ter at Riverbend, Springfield
(541) 222-7300
www.peacehealth.org/ore-
gon
South Coast Surgery
Center, Coos Bay
(541) 266-3665
St. Charles Medical Cen-
ter, Bend
(541) 382-4321
www.stcharleshealth-
care.org
Three Rivers Community
Hospital, Grants Pass
(800) 375-1816
www.asante.org
Continued from page 34
HOSPITALS
News-Review file photo
Mercy Medical Center offers hospital care in Roseburg.
Friday, October 29, 2010 Our Town Roseburg, Oregon, Page 36
Family Tree Medical Clinic
2579 NW Edenbower Blvd., Roseburg • 541-673-5225
Family.
That’s what
we’re all about.
Dr. Sarah Agsten, DO
Family Practice Physician
Karen McClish, FNP
Family Nurse Practitioner
We treat the health care needs of families from
newborns to senior citizens.
TRANSPORTATION
DMV
Driver and Motor Vehicles Services
1331 N.E. Cedar St., Roseburg
541-440-3395
241 N.E. Main St., Canyonville
541-839-4449
www.oregondmv.com
AIRPORT & AIR TRANSPORTATION
Roseburg Regional Airport
Correspondence: 900 S.E. Douglas Ave.,
Roseburg
541-672-7701
OceanAir
Location: 2251 N.W. Aviation Drive, Rose-
burg
541-672-4425
Myrtle Creek Airport
Aaron Cubic, city administrator
Location: 1004 Aviation Drive, Myrtle
Creek
541-863-3171
Eugene Airport
Mahlon Sweet Field, 28855 Lockheed
Drive, Eugene
541-682-5430
www.ci.eugene.or.us/Airport
TRANSIT
U-Trans
610 S.E. Rose St., Roseburg
541-440-6500
www.umpquatransit.com
Dial-A-Ride (Reedsport)
541-271-1847
Dial-A-Ride (Sutherlin)
541-459-2429
Dial-A-Ride (Winston)
541-679-0455
Mercy Express
Free service to seniors for medical
appointments.
541-464-5555
Driver Mike
Tavenner helps
Barbara King of
Roseburg to her
destination after
she gets out of
a U-Trans
Paratransit van.
The Paratransit
van offers curb-
to-curb service
for people of
any age with
qualifying
disabilities.
Riders must be
unable to use
the fixed route
buses.
MICHAEL
SULLIVAN/News
-Review file photo
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The News-Review
Douglas County outdoor enthusiasts
don’t have to go far to find birds and
wildlife.
The area’s hills, rivers and deep woods
offer an excellent opportunity for sports-
men during hunting season.
From deer to turkeys, the call of the
wild is strong in Douglas County. The area
has some of the best, most diverse habitat
in the state. Virtually every corner of the
county provides habitat for some wildlife
species.”
People interested in the hunting and
fishing available in Douglas County are
encouraged to obtain Oregon Department
of Fish and Wildlife fishing synopses and
the big game and game bird regulations to
check dates, boundaries and regulations.
These are available at the ODFWoffice
at 4192 North Umpqua Highway, Rose-
burg, or at counters in stores where sport-
ing goods are sold.
BIG GAME
Douglas County is one of the best coun-
ties in Oregon for hunting black-tailed
bucks. The deer are found almost every-
where in the county. Numbers are higher
on agricultural land and on 5- to 20-year-
old harvested units in the forests.
There is also now a hunting season for
whitetail bucks after that species in Dou-
glas County came off the endangered
species list a few years ago. Those deer
can be found at lower elevations in the
valleys of the Umpqua or the nearby oak
savannah hills.
Roosevelt elk live throughout the coun-
ty. They feed in new clearcut areas and use
more mature timber for cover and shelter.
The first day or two of elk hunting seasons
is traditionally most successful. After this
time, the animals usually move to the
thickest cover they can find.
The best population of black bears in
Douglas County is in the Coast Range
around berry patches and old orchards.
The next best place to find bears is in the
County’s outdoors very diverse
News-Review file photo
A buck keeps watch while taking a rest.
Continue on page 38
Friday, October 29, 2010 Our Town Roseburg, Oregon, Page 38
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Roseburg’s Prem
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445 SE Jackson Street
464-8422
After almost 30
years of protec-
tion, white-tailed
bucks like this
one are legal to
hunt in certain
Douglas County
areas. The deer
prefer lower
elevation areas
such as valley
floors and the
nearby oak and
brushy hillsides.
Courtesy photo
by Cathy Sandberg
HUNTING
lower Cascades.
Douglas County has some of the highest
densities of cougars recorded in the United
States. These big cats are primarily found
in good elk and deer habitat since these
animals are their favorite foods. Aportion
of the Umpqua Valley and surrounding
foothills is open for cougar hunting all
year with the appropriate tag.
Douglas County also is home to many
other species including coyotes, bobcats,
raccoons, silver gray squirrels, beaver,
otter and muskrats. Very few of these ani-
mals are hunted by the general public but
they are pursued by trappers. Silver gray
squirrels are not legal to trap, but are legal
to hunt.
Trapping regulations are available at the
regional ODFWoffice in Roseburg or are
available on the Internet at
http://www.dfw.state.or.us/
FOWL
Turkeys were introduced to this area
several years ago. The county’s turkey
population has expanded into the largest in
the state. There are now two turkey hunt-
ing seasons in Douglas County — in the
fall and spring.
Turkeys are scattered throughout the
county. Much of their habitat is on private
land so it is always a good idea to obtain
permission from landowners before hunt-
ing season begins.
Other game birds in the county are
mountain quail, valley quail, blue grouse,
ruffed grouse, band-tailed pigeons, mourn-
ing doves, ducks and geese.
Brushy hillsides, creek bottoms, springs
and clearcut areas provide homes for the
mountain quail. Douglas County has good
populations of the bird. Valley quail are
found in agricultural areas on the valley
Continued from page 37
Continued on page 39
Page 39–Our Town Roseburg Oregon, Friday, October 29, 2010
floor. Most of their habitat is private property so permission is
needed to hunt.
Blue grouse are found primarily in higher-elevation forests
where they spend a lot of time near berry patches and on the
edges of clearcuts. They also spend some time in old-growth
timber stands.
Creek and river bottoms, springs and other moist areas are
popular home sites for ruffed grouse.
Weather and migration dictate
whether band-tailed pigeons will be
found in Douglas County during the
hunting season. The birds frequent
forests around mineral springs through
summer and early autumn. After the
first warm rains fall, the birds move to
berry patches and when cooler rains
hit, the pigeons begin their migration to
California where they will winter.
If there’s a long, warm fall, bandtails
will be found in good numbers. During
a cool fall, the birds will migrate quick-
ly and hunting opportunities will be
curtailed.
Like bandtails, mourning doves can
be found in good numbers in Douglas
County whenever there’s a long, warm
fall.
Douglas County is not a major popu-
lation center for ducks, but there are
small populations of wood ducks, mal-
lards and a growing winter population
of wigeons. Those birds are found primarily along rivers and at
ponds on the valley floor.
Canada geese were brought into Douglas County several years
ago and the population has expanded dramatically. They are
found primarily along rivers and livestock pastures and most
hunting is done with decoys. Geese are usually found on private
property so hunters are reminded to check with landowners for
permission to hunt.
Continued from page 38
HUNTING
News-Review file photo
Bow hunting i s a
popular fall outdoors
activity.
We have expanded our
distribution which now
includes hotels, by inserting into
The News Review hotel copies.
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2371 NE Stephens • Roseburg, Oregon
541.672.9405
www.cowcreek.com
Cow Creek Umpqua Indian Foundation
The Foundation’s mission is to assist families
and improve educational opportunities.
Since its beginning in 1999, it has awarded
almost $11 million to hundreds of
non-profits in southern Oregon.

Cow Creek Businesses
Today, the Cow Creek Tribe owns 11
businesses. In 2009, the Tribe completed
a 300 room expansion to its hotel and casino
resort and added jobs to its payroll.
The other businesses have made progress,
too. Working hard to meet goals, jobs have
been added to many Tribal businesses in the
past two years...one job at a time.

CEDAR Awards and the
Southern Oregon Wine Institute
Beginning in 2003, the Tribe has given almost
$500,000 to businesses and organizations in
southern Oregon. The Community Economic
Development and Recovery (CEDAR) awards
are given to efforts where partnership
improves business progress.
Southern Oregon’s geography and climate poise it
for wine growth success. Since the beginning of
the Southern Oregon Wine Institute, the Tribe has
awarded over $150,000 to furthering this concept.
Improving Lives in Douglas County...
...One Job at a Time.
Cow Creek Health & Wellness Center
Cow Creek Tribal members and their families
as well as all employees and their families
can receive medical care at the Cow Creek
Health and Wellness Center’s clinics in
Roseburg and Canyonville. A wide range of
medical specialists are available at the
clinics to deliver care Monday – Friday.

Business Incubator and Data Center
In 2009, the Tribe brought a grant award of $2.75
million from the US Department of Commerce’s
Economic Development Administration to
Roseburg. The grant stipulates that a property
owned by the Tribe will be developed into a
business incubator and data center. Community
members are working now on the details of the
building, a facility that will harvest the creative
energy of Douglas County when it opens in 2011.
No one has been untouched
by the economic collapse of
2008. We’ve had challenges
before.
In 1992, the Cow Creek
Band of Umpqua Tribe of
Indians opened its first
business, a bingo hall, with
35 employees. In 2010, there
are over 1,000 employees at
what is now known as Seven
Feathers Hotel & Casino
Resort.
It didn’t happen all at once.
There was no magic. Just
hard work by dedicated
employees. That business
grew…one job at a time.
Working together and
partnering establishes
a seedbed for future
businesses. We look forward
to an economy that offers
more jobs in Douglas County.
Together we can make this a
reality…one job at a time.
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Friday, October 29, 2010 Our Town Roseburg, Oregon, Page 40
2371 NE Stephens • Roseburg, Oregon
541.672.9405
www.cowcreek.com
Cow Creek Umpqua Indian Foundation
The Foundation’s mission is to assist families
and improve educational opportunities.
Since its beginning in 1999, it has awarded
almost $11 million to hundreds of
non-profits in southern Oregon.

Cow Creek Businesses
Today, the Cow Creek Tribe owns 11
businesses. In 2009, the Tribe completed
a 300 room expansion to its hotel and casino
resort and added jobs to its payroll.
The other businesses have made progress,
too. Working hard to meet goals, jobs have
been added to many Tribal businesses in the
past two years...one job at a time.

CEDAR Awards and the
Southern Oregon Wine Institute
Beginning in 2003, the Tribe has given almost
$500,000 to businesses and organizations in
southern Oregon. The Community Economic
Development and Recovery (CEDAR) awards
are given to efforts where partnership
improves business progress.
Southern Oregon’s geography and climate poise it
for wine growth success. Since the beginning of
the Southern Oregon Wine Institute, the Tribe has
awarded over $150,000 to furthering this concept.
Improving Lives in Douglas County...
...One Job at a Time.
Cow Creek Health & Wellness Center
Cow Creek Tribal members and their families
as well as all employees and their families
can receive medical care at the Cow Creek
Health and Wellness Center’s clinics in
Roseburg and Canyonville. A wide range of
medical specialists are available at the
clinics to deliver care Monday – Friday.

Business Incubator and Data Center
In 2009, the Tribe brought a grant award of $2.75
million from the US Department of Commerce’s
Economic Development Administration to
Roseburg. The grant stipulates that a property
owned by the Tribe will be developed into a
business incubator and data center. Community
members are working now on the details of the
building, a facility that will harvest the creative
energy of Douglas County when it opens in 2011.
No one has been untouched
by the economic collapse of
2008. We’ve had challenges
before.
In 1992, the Cow Creek
Band of Umpqua Tribe of
Indians opened its first
business, a bingo hall, with
35 employees. In 2010, there
are over 1,000 employees at
what is now known as Seven
Feathers Hotel & Casino
Resort.
It didn’t happen all at once.
There was no magic. Just
hard work by dedicated
employees. That business
grew…one job at a time.
Working together and
partnering establishes
a seedbed for future
businesses. We look forward
to an economy that offers
more jobs in Douglas County.
Together we can make this a
reality…one job at a time.
Page 41–Our Town Roseburg Oregon, Friday, October 29, 2010
All emergencies regardless of
communities should first call 911
Douglas County Sheriff’s
Office: 541-440-4471
Serving all the communities of
Douglas County.
Toll free number 800-331-
6848
Douglas County Fire District
No. 2: 541-673-5503
Serving the communities of
Dixonville, Green, Melrose,
Winchester, Garden Valley,
Umpqua and other unincorporat-
ed areas of the county.
Azalea
Rural Fire District: 541-837-
3668
Camas Valley
Volunteer Fire Department:
541-445-2207
Canyonville
South Umpqua Fire Depart-
ment: 541-839-6044
Days Creek
Rural Fire Department: 541-
825-3645
Elkton
Rural Fire Protection District:
541-584-2300
Glendale
Ambulance: 541-832-2900
Rural Fire District: 541-832-
2983
Glide
Rural Fire Protection District:
541-496-0224
Kellogg
Rural Fire District: 541-459-
7911
Lookingglass
Rural Fire District: 541-679-
5555
Milo
Rural Fire Department: 541-
825-3661 or 541-825-3047
Myrtle Creek
Police Department: 541-863-
5222
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Firefighters
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Both county
firefighters
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volunteer
firefighters
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in times of
need.
News-Review
file photo
Continued on page 43
Fire Department: 541-863-
5222
North Douglas County Fire
and EMS
Includes Curtin, Drain, Yon-
calla and Rice Hill
541-836-2282
Oakland
Rural Fire District: 541-459-
5427
Reedsport
Police Department: 541-271-
2109
Fire Department: 541-271-
2423
Riddle
Rural Volunteer Fire Depart-
ment: 541-874-2373
Roseburg
Police Department: 541-492-
6760
Fire Department: 541-673-
4459
Scottsburg
Rural Fire District: 541-587-
4300
Sutherlin
Police Department: 541-459-
2211
Fire Department: 541-459-
1394
Tenmile
Rural Fire District: 541-679-
1882
Tiller
Rural Fire Department: 541-
825-3837
Tri City
Rural Fire Protection District:
541-863-6871
Winchester Bay
Rural Fire Department: 541-
271-3808
Winston/Dillard
Police Department: 541-679-
8706
Fire District: 541-679-8721
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POLICE & FIRE
Southern Oregon Sanitation
(+ recycling)
P.O. Box 6000 Grants Pass,
serving Reedsport
541-271-4117
North Douglas Sanitary
P.O. Box 608, Drain
541-836-2279
Roseburg Disposal Co. (+
recycling)
835 S.E. Sheridan St., Rose-
burg
541-673-7122
Roseburg Landfill and
Transfer Stations (+ recycling)
Interstate 5, Exit 121
541-440-4261
South Umpqua Disposal
191 Gael Lane, Myrtle Creek
541-863-3363
Sutherlin Sanitary Service
(+ recycling)
P.O. Box 599, Sutherlin, also
serving Glide, Oakland and
Wilbur
(541) 459-3139
Winston Sanitary Service (+
recycling)
P.O. Box 490, Winston
541-679-7777
DISPOSALSERVICES
News-Review file photo
Recycling is encouraged at the Douglas County Landfill.
Friday, October 29, 2010 Our Town Roseburg, Oregon, Page 44
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NORTH COUNTY
NORTH DOUGLAS COUNTY
CURTIN
Unincorporated town
Population: 209 (2000 U.S. Census)
Named for Daniel Curtin, who operated
a sawmill there in the early 1890s. The
small town is located at the northernmost
border of Douglas County on I-5.
Curtin information
School: North Douglas School District
DRAIN
Population: 1,080 (July 2008 estimate,
Population Research Center at Portland
State University)
Drain, about 45 miles north of Rose-
burg, was named for pioneer Charles
Drain, who took up a donation land claim
there. The town was first called Drain
after the Oregon & California Railroad
planned to establish a station there in
1870. The home of Charles Drain Jr., a
Queen Anne-style house built in 1893
called The Castle, still stands and serves
as a tourist attraction. Other tourist attrac-
tions include the Pass Creek covered
bridge behind the Civic Center, and other
Victorian homes.
Dining fare includes the La Pinata,
Deb’s Diner, the Reel Sportsmens Pizze-
ria and the Rose Garden Inn. Drain is also
home to the only public outdoor swim-
ming pool in north Douglas County.
Drain information
Mayor: Suzanne Anderson
City Administrator: Carl Patenode
City Hall: 129 West C Ave., P.O. Box 158,
Drain; 541-836-2417
City website: www.cityofdrain.org
Post Office: 228 West C St., Drain; 800-275-
8777
Sheriff’s Department: 541-836-2418
North Douglas County Fire & EMS, 531 S.
Cedar St., Drain: 541-836-2282
City Shop: 801 Division Ave., Drain; 541-836-
2113
Justice Court: 135 Second St., Drain: 541-
836-2814
Civic Center: 205 W. A Ave., Drain
Library: 205 W. A Ave., Drain; 541-836-2648
Schools: North Douglas School District
OAKLAND
Population: 945 (July 2008 estimate,
Population Research Center at Portland
State University)
In 1968, this community was the first in
Oregon to establish a National Historic
District. About 15 miles north of Rose-
burg off I-5 at Exit 138 on Old Highway
99, Oakland was moved from its original
location to the present town site because
of Oregon & California Railroad con-
struction in 1872. Ahistoric panel sign on
MICHAEL SULLIVAN/News-Review file photo
David Henry runs the football for the
Oakland High football team.
Continued on page 45
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a warehouse near the railroad tracks notes
the Applegate Trail site and facts about its
emigrants.
Alandmark commemorating one of
them is located on a granite boulder one
mile north of town on old Highway 99.
The Rev. J.A. Cornwall landmark memo-
rializes the pioneer who was born in 1798
in Franklin County, Ga., and was among
the first Applegate Trail emigrants. Weak-
ened by the journey, sickness and Corn-
wall’s unwillingness to abandon his per-
sonal library, he and his family built a
cabin in 1846 in the vicinity of the current
landmark.
In early 2008, the Bainbridge-Kanipe
Farmstead, located on Elkhead Road, was
added to the National Register of Historic
Places. The 18-acre farmstead is part of
the 1,090-acre Mildred Kanipe Memorial
Park. The 100-year English Settlement
School that is also part of the Memorial
Park was added to the register in Septem-
ber 2007.
Several Victorian-era homes have been
preserved or renovated, and the quaint old
town offers fine dining at Tolly’s and the
Oakland Museum celebrating its history
on Southeast Locust Street. The city also
boasts a bustling antiques trade. Awalk-
ing tour map is available at City Hall
throughout the year.
Oakland information
Mayor: Bette Keehley
City Recorder: Barb Mock
City Hall: 637 N.E. Locust St., Oakland; 541-
459-4531
City E-mail: oaklandcityclerk@qwestoffice.net
Post Office: 223 N.E. Second St., Oakland;
541-459-8207
Police Department: Contracts with the
Sutherlin Police Department for coverage: 126
E. Central Ave., Sutherlin; 541-459-2211
Rural Fire Department: 238 S.E. Locust St.,
541-459-5427
Library: 637 N.E. Locust St., Oakland; 541-
459-9784
Schools: Oakland School District
SUTHERLIN
Population: 8,085 (2009 estimate, Pop-
ulation Research Center at Portland State
University)
Located 12 miles north of Roseburg,
Sutherlin is the second-largest city in
Douglas County. Fendel Sutherlin estab-
lished the community in 1851 after travel-
ing west to join the California gold rush.
Among several historic landmarks is
the two-story Sutherlin Bank Building,
which has been at the intersection of State
Street and Central Avenue since 1910 — a
year before the city was incorporated. The
building is built of sandstone hauled to
the site from a quarry at Deady Crossing,
where Chinese laborers cut the stone.
Today, the city offers several fine eater-
ies; parks; an annual Blackberry Festival,
which pulls in a number of antique and
classic cars and hosts a blackberry cook-
ing contest; recently renovated library and
senior center; and a historic train engine
in Central Park. Just east of the city is the
popular boating and recreation destina-
tion, Cooper Creek Reservoir.
Sutherlin information
Mayor: Stan McKnight
City Manager: Robb Corbett
City Hall: 126 E. Central Ave., Sutherlin; 541-
459-2856
City E-mail: admin@ci.sutherlin.or.us
City website: http://www.ci.sutherlin.or.us
Post Office: 591 E. Central Ave., Sutherlin;
541-459-8229
Police Department: 126 E. Central Ave.,
Sutherlin; 541-459-2211
Sheriff’s Department: 541-440-4471
Douglas County Fire District No. 2, Station 9,
250 S. State St.; 541-459-1394
Municipal Court: 126 E. Central Ave., Suther-
lin 541-459-4636
Sutherlin Community Building: 150 N.
Willamette St.
Chamber of Commerce/Visitors Center: 100
NORTH COUNTY
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Schools: Sutherlin School District
WILBUR
Unincorporated town
Located nine miles north of Roseburg,
the town was home to the Methodist
Umpqua Academy. Named for pioneer
preacher James H. Wilbur, the town was
established in 1853. Wilbur came to Ore-
gon via South America’s Cape Horn in
1847, and was instrumental in establish-
ing several educational institutions
including the Umpqua Academy, which
taught most of the noted politicians, busi-
nessmen, doctors and lawyers of southern
Oregon’s early days.
Astone marker from an early Academy
building stands in front of the Wilbur
Methodist Church. The church and its
nearby parsonage are in the National Reg-
ister of Historic Places.
Wilbur information
Post Office: 8837 Old Hwy 99 N., Wilbur;
541-673-1534
Schools: Roseburg School District, Sutherlin
School District
WINCHESTER
Unincorporated town
The town just north of Roseburg once
served as the county seat until Roseburg
took the honor. Its major landmark is the
Booth Bridge, which was built in 1924 to
connect the banks of the North Umpqua
River. The bridge recently underwent a
$9.9 million widening project. It reopened
in March 2008.
It is also home to Umpqua Community
College, an accredited school that offers a
wide range of studies and disciplines and
seasonal activities, including the summer
musical and an outdoor swimming pool.
The Winchester fish ladder is a popular
attraction.
Winchester information
Post Office: 5571 N.E. Stephens St., Win-
chester; 541-673-6220
YONCALLA
Population: 1,115 (July 2008 estimate,
Population Research Center at Portland
State University)
Yoncalla is located in a valley roughly
30 miles north of Roseburg off I-5. The
town was settled by the Applegate broth-
ers, who established an alternative to the
Oregon Trail.
Jesse Applegate, whose home bordered
the ancestral terrain of Douglas County’s
Kalapuya Indians, named the area after
their word for a large bald mountain
located to the northwest of town. It is
widely held the Kalapuyas called it “home
of the eagles” because the birds made
their nests and reared their young on the
butte.
Today, the town’s entertainment
includes the Why Not Bar & Grill, a
library and a handful of cafes and restau-
rants.
Yoncalla information
Mayor: Jerry Cross
City Administrator: Kathy Finley
City Hall: 2640 Eagle Valley Road, P.O. Box
508, Yoncalla; 541-849-2152
City E-mail: kathy@city of yoncalla.com
City website: http://www.cityofyoncalla.com
Post Office: 173 Alder St., Yoncalla; 541-849-
2774
Sheriff’s Department: 541-440-4471
North Douglas County Fire & EMS; 541-836-
2282
City Shop: 303 Hayhurst Road, Yoncalla; 541-
849-2644
Chamber of Commerce: 541-849-2499
Community Center: 400 Main St., Yoncalla;
541-849-2951
Library: 194 Birch St.; 541-849-2128
Schools: Yoncalla School District
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WESTERN DOUGLAS COUNTY
ELKTON
Population: 255 (July 2009 estimates, Population Research Center at
Portland State University)
The town, named for its proximity to Elk Creek, is located approximate-
ly 27 miles west of Sutherlin on Highway 138. One of the earliest areas in
Douglas County to be settled by Europeans, it is the site of one of several
Hudson’s Bay Co. fur trading establishments called Fort Umpqua. Asign
posted on the west side of the highway features a composite of the post
sketched in 1841 by Lt. George Simmons of the U.S. South Seas and Sur-
veying Expedition. The town was named in 1850, and today features a
general store and several restaurants including Arlene’s, which is famous
for its logger burgers, and Tomaselli’s Pastry Mill and Cafe, known for its
bakery items.
One of the city’s crown jewels is the Elkton Community Education
Center, which features a small amphitheater, a butterfly pavilion that
attracts migratory butterflies and a garden with native Oregon plants.
Elkton information
Mayor: Rebecca Swearingen
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City Web site: www.elkton-oregon.com
Post Office: 137 W. Main St., Elkton; 800-275-
8777
Sheriff’s Department: 541-440-4471
Fire Department: Elkton Rural Fire Protection
District, 541-584-2300
Visitors Center/Community Education Center:
15850 Highway 38 West, Elkton; 541-584-2692
Schools: Elkton School District
GARDINER
Unincorporated town
The tiny community located just north of
Reedsport on Highway 101 was once a logging
and mill town. Historic homes and a small, hill-
side cemetery hint at its rich history. It was in
Gardiner that the Jedediah Smith expedition was
attacked by the Lower Umpqua Indians in 1828,
with deadly results.
About three miles north of Reedsport, off
Highway 101, a landmark dedicated to the Gar-
diner Mill Store pays homage to a business that
played an important role in the lives of the peo-
ple living on the coast for many years. The build-
ing was razed in 1974.
Gardiner information
Post Office: 77251 Hwy. 101, Gardiner; 800-275-8777
Schools: Reedsport School District
KELLOGG
Unincorporated town
Located west of Sutherlin on Highway 138 on
the main stem of the Umpqua River, the area was
named for brothers Lyman and Adna Kellogg.
The pair’s residence was a stop for freighters
hauling from Scottsburg to the mines in southern
Oregon who needed overnight accommodations.
Previously, the area is believed to have been the
site of a Kalapuya Indian village and fishing
grounds.
Kellogg information
Kellogg Rural Fire Department: 15214 Highway
138; 541-459-1548
Schools: Oakland School District
LOON LAKE
Unincorporated town
Located roughly 18 miles west of Elkton, the
area was discovered by an exploring expedition
in 1852. Today, the area features a lodge, restau-
rant and lounge.
REEDSPORT
Population: 4,300 (July 2009 estimates, Pop-
ulation Research Center at Portland State Uni-
versity)
Located on Highway 101 in the heart of the
Oregon Dunes Recreation Area near the mouth
of the Umpqua River. Reedsport was named after
pioneer, prominent businessman and state law-
maker Alfred W. Reed in 1919.
The Umpqua Discovery Center offers infor-
mation on the pioneer and logging history of the
central coast, as well as the three American Indi-
an tribes that originally lived there. The Umpqua
River Bridge is one of several beautiful land-
marks along the coast. The 2,213-foot structure
has a center swing span that connects Bolon
Island and the south bank of the Umpqua. Built
between 1934 and 1936 as part of the state’s
coastal highway system, it also has four arches in
addition to a concrete viaduct.
Reedsport offers a wide variety of cuisine. The
most impressive part of the city is perhaps its
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Diamond Lake Ranger District • (541) 498-2531
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accessibility to dunes that serve the recreational
needs of a wide variety of users, including hik-
ers, photographers and off-road vehicle enthusi-
asts. Whale watching, the annual Oregon Dune
Mushers Mail Run, fireworks on the Fourth of
July and other festivals are held throughout the
year.
Reedsport information
Mayor: Keith Tymchuk
City Manager: Scott Somers
City Hall: 451 Winchester Ave., Reedsport; 541-
271-3603
City Web site:
http://www.reedsport.govoffice.com
Post Office: 301 Fir Ave., Reedsport; 800-275-
8777
Police Department: 541-271-2109
Fire Department: 541-271-2423
Winchester Bay Rural Fire Protection District:
541-271-3808
Municipal Court: 451 Winchester Ave., Reed-
sport; 541-271-3603
City Shop: 890 Elm Ave., Reedsport; 541-271-
2379
Chamber of Commerce/Visitors Center: 855
Highway Ave., Reedsport; 541-271-3495
Family Resource Center: 541-271-9700
Umpqua Discovery Center: 541-271-4816
Senior Center of Lower Umpqua: 541-271-4884
Library: 395 Winchester Ave., Reedsport; 541-
271-3500
Schools: Reedsport School District
SCOTTSBURG
Unincorporated town
Located 16 miles west of Elkton on Highway
38, the community was named for Levi Scott,
who also lent his name to Scott Mountain near
Sutherlin and Glide, and Mount Scott in Crater
Lake National Park. Scott was influential in
developing the Applegate-Scott Trail to Oregon,
published the first newspaper in southwest Ore-
gon and served in the Oregon Territorial Legisla-
ture. Today, the town has a post office and com-
munity center. The Wells Creek Inn is located
just down the road, as is Bob’s Market.
Scottsburg information
Post Office: 35346 State Highway 38, Scotts-
burg; 800-275-8777
School: Reedsport School District
TYEE
Unincorporated town
Located about 17 miles southeast of Elkton,
the town was named for Tyee Mountain, the
dominant point in the skyline. Tyee means
“chief” in Chinook jargon. The area had a post
office until 1939, and now has a store with fish-
ing supplies, convenience foods, beverages and a
grill; it also features a restaurant on the river.
Tyee information
School: Elkton or Oakland School District
UMPQUA
Unincorporated town
The small town, located about eight
miles west of Sutherlin, is home to a gen-
eral store, post office and the Henry Win-
ery. One of the most historically signifi-
cant locations in the county, the town of
Umpqua is named for its proximity to the
Umpqua River. It is also presumed to be
the location of the first Fort Umpqua, a fur
trading station for Hudson’s Bay Co., con-
structed in the 1830s. Umpqua City was
established in 1850, on the east side of the
river near its mouth.
WINCHESTER BAY
Unincorporated town
Located just south of Reedsport on Highway
101 at the mouth of the Umpqua River. The tiny
town built beside Salmon Harbor is home to the
coast’s largest sport fishing fleet. The Lower
Umpqua landmark located on the south side of
the Umpqua River in the western section of
Salmon Harbor was a Douglas County bicenten-
nial project. The landmark documents the history
of this pioneer settlement.
Umpqua Lighthouse State Park is located less
than a mile from the harbor. The 65-foot tower
contains a distinctive lens which emits a red and
white flash. The lighthouse and adjacent museum
are operated and maintained by the Douglas
County Parks Department. Ice cream cones at
King Neptune Drive-In and the pies at Bedrock
on the Bay’s are musts for beachcombers.
Winchester Bay information
Winchester Bay Rural Fire Protection District:
541-271-3808
Schools: Reedsport School District
WEST COUNTY
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AZALEA
Unincorporated town
Located in the Cow Creek Valley and rough-
ly 36 miles from Roseburg, the town is named
for the abundance of azaleas that grow there.
In 1912 Thomas Towns built the Azalea Gen-
eral Store, first known as the Canyon Pass
Hotel. In 1914 the Azalea Post Office was
established, and in 1932 the Grange Hall was
built near Quines Creek. Several historic struc-
tures, including the Mynatt pioneer house and
the Gilham School, were lost in the 1964
flood. Today, the pastoral area offers a general
store, deli, bed and breakfast and in the Quines
Creek area, the renowned Heaven on Earth
restaurant.
Azalea information
Azalea Post Office: 490 Azalea Glen Road,
Azalea; 800-275-8777
Sheriff’s Office: 541-440-4471
Azalea Fire Department: 541-837-3668
Schools: Glendale School District
CAMAS VALLEY
Unincorporated town
Located west of Tenmile, Camas Valley is
named for the abundance of camas bulbs that
grow in the area. Camas was a favorite food
among American Indians, and in Camas Val-
ley, tribes would gather supplies of the sweet-
ish bulbs of blue-flowered “Lakamass.” Today,
the town is home to a post office and a restau-
rant, and is a popular stop along Highway 42
on the way to coastal sights.
Camas Valley information
Post Office: 18493 Hwy. 42, Camas Valley;
800-275-8777
Sheriff’s Office: 541-440-4471
Rural Fire Department: 541-445-2207
Schools: Camas Valley School District
CANYONVILLE
Population: 1,705 (July 2009 estimate,
Population Research Center at Portland State
University)
Construction of the Canyonville United
Methodist Church began in 1868. The church
is the last remaining public structure built
while Samuel Marks and Hyman Wollenberg
owned the town’s grist mill and dry goods
store. They donated three lots to the church
when they purchased the original town site.
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been placed on a kiosk in downtown
Canyonville’s city park, which has undergone
recent cosmetic improvements and has a new
stage. The signs tell the story of the Applegate
Trail emigrants and record how some of the
first white settlers met the Cow Creek Band of
Umpqua Tribe of Indians at the site.
Today, Canyonville is home to the Seven
Feathers Hotel & Casino Resort and the
Canyonville Christian Academy, as well as
antique stores and eateries, including Promise
Natural Foods & Bakery and the Feed Lot
downtown. The Feed Lot boasts a large plastic
cow on its roof.
Each summer, the community gathers for
its annual Pioneer Days celebration.
Canyonville information
Mayor Bob Deaton
City Administrator: Janelle Evans
City Hall: 250 N. Main, P.O. Box 765,
Canyonville; 541-839-4258
City E-mail: city@cityofcanyonville.com
Post Office: 131 SE Second St., Canyonville;
800-275-8777
Sheriff’s Office: 541-440-4471
Canyonville-South Umpqua Fire Department:
541-839-6185
Municipal Court: 541-839-4389
Library: 250 N. Main, Canyonville; 541-839-
4727
Schools: South Umpqua School District
DAYS CREEK
Unincorporated town
Atributary of the South Umpqua River
northeast of Canyonville, the post office near
the mouth of Days Creek was once known as
Day’s Creek. It was named after Patrick and
George Day who settled there in 1851. The
post office still stands on the Tiller Trail High-
way.
Days Creek information
Post Office: 11286 Tiller Trail Hwy., Days
Creek; 800-275-8777
Sheriff’s Office: 541-440-4471
Rural Fire Department: 541-825-3216
School: Days Creek School District
DILLARD
Unincorporated town
Dillard sits just beyond Winston along
Highway 99. It was named for John Dillard,
who came to Oregon from Missouri by ox
team in 1850. When the railroad was built
through the state around 1882, a station was
established and named for Dillard. The town
was famous on the West Coast for its produce
during the early 1900s.
Dillard information
Dillard Post Office: 9455 Old Hwy. 99 S., Dil-
lard; 800-275-8777
Winston Dillard Fire Department: 541-679-
8721
Sheriff’s Office: 541-440-4471
GLENDALE
Population: 955 (July 2004 estimate, Popu-
lation Research Center at Portland State Uni-
versity)
In the early 1850s settlers began to spill into
the Cow Creek watershed, but it wasn’t until
the 1880s that the Glendale townsite was plot-
ted after the railroad was extended from Rose-
burg. The town was originally called Julia for
settler Julia Abraham. Adispute over owner-
ship resulted in the name change. The origin of
the name Glendale is unclear, but lore suggests
a resident from the Scottish glens may have
had a hand in it. The town’s first sawmill was
constructed in 1882 by Sol Abraham, who sup-
plied timber for railroad construction.
Today the rural community boasts restau-
rants, a bakery, gas station, a grocery store and
the Village Inn Tavern, which celebrates the
community’s milling past with a giant saw
blade protruding from its side.
Glendale information
Mayor Fred Jensen
City Recorder: Betty Stanfill
City Hall: 124 Third St., P.O. Box 361, Glen-
dale; 541-832-2106
City E-mail: glendale@tymewyse.com
City Web site: www.cityofglendaleor.com
Glendale Post Office: 358 Pacific Ave., Glen-
dale; 800-275-8777
Glendale Ambulance: 541-832-2900
Sheriff’s Office: 541-440-4471
Glendale Fire Department: 541-832-2983
Municipal Court: 222 Gilbert, Glendale; 541-
832-2101
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GREEN
Unincorporated town
Population: 6,174 (2000 Census estimate)
Resting between Interstate 5 and Winston
just south of Roseburg on Highway 99 South,
Green would be Douglas County’s third-
largest community, behind Roseburg and
Sutherlin, if it were incorporated. The area was
named after an Oregon Trail traveler, Jeptha
Green, who settled the area in 1853. The area’s
first commercial activity was reported in 1881,
making it older than many established area
cities. Green is currently home to a grocery
store, convenience markets and quick-dining
restaurants such as McDonalds, Subway and
Scooters.
Green information
Schools: Roseburg School District
LOOKINGGLASS
Unincorporated town
Located southwest of Roseburg, the town is
said to have been named by explorer Hoy
Flournoy, who first saw the valley in 1846. He
believed the grass there reflected the light of
the sun nearly as well as a mirror. Today the
town offers a general store.
MILO
Unincorporated town
Located just before Milepost 20 on High-
way 227, the town is home to the Milo Acade-
my, a Seventh-day Adventist School.
Milo information
Rural Fire Department: 21484 Tiller Trail
Highway; 541-825-3661
Schools: Days Creek School District
MYRTLE CREEK
Population: 3,665 (July 2009 estimate,
Population Research Center at Portland State
University)
An arched 547-foot bridge built in 1922 on
Old Pacific Highway serves as the gateway to
Myrtle Creek. The bridge, designed by C.B.
McCullough, served as the major thoroughfare
for travelers between I-5 on the west side of
the South Umpqua River and Myrtle Creek on
the east bank. Myrtle Creek was named for the
groves of Oregon myrtle in the vicinity. Its
first church was established in 1855.
The China Ditch, built by laborers in the
1800s, is on the National Register of Historic
Places. Today, the town boasts The Myrtle
Creek Golf Course, several restaurants, sum-
mer events like concerts, the Myrtle Creek
News-Review file photo
The Myrtle Creek Golf Course is open to public play.
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129 S. Old Pacific Hwy • PO Box 1300
Myrtle Creek, OR 97457
Office: (541) 863-5271 • Fax: (541) 863-6695
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Since
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Summer Festival and the
John Miller Memorial West
Coast Lumber Jack Show at
Millsite Park and the end
stop of the Timber Truckers
Light Parade each December.
Southbound Interstate 5
travelers can pass through
town at Exit 108 and return
to the freeway via Highway
99 at Exit 103 near Riddle.
Myrtle Creek information
Mayor: Jerry Pothier
City Administrator: Aaron
Cubic
City Hall: 207 N.W. Pleas-
ant, P.O. Box 940, Myrtle
Creek; 541-863-3171
City E-mail: mc.city@pio-
neer-net.com
City Web site:
http://www.myrtlecreek-ore-
gon.org
Post Office: 124 Broadway,
Myrtle Creek; 800-275-8777
Police Department: 541-
863-5221
Sheriff’s Office: 541-440-
4471
Fire Department: 541-863-
3852
Canyonville-South Umpqua
Fire Department: 541-839-
6185
Chamber of Commerce: 541-863-3037
Library: 231 Division St., Myrtle Creek; 541-
863-5945
Schools: South Umpqua School District
RIDDLE
Population: 1,030 (July 2009 estimate,
Population Research Center at Portland State
University)
Located roughly 25 miles south of Rose-
burg, the town is named for pioneer William
H. Riddle, who came to Oregon from Spring-
field, Ill., in 1851 and established his home-
stead near Council Creek. The town’s Masonic
Lodge, located behind the post office, was
originally a hotel called the Riddle House,
built in 1886 by J.B. Riddle. Tradition holds
his wife, Mary Catching, was the first white
child born in the Cow Creek Valley. Riddle is
dominated by many lumber mills. The summer
features the Sawdust Jubilee highlighted by a
parade, games and car show.
Riddle information
Mayor: Bill Duckett
City Recorder: Kathy Wilson
City Hall: 647 First Ave., P.O. Box 143, Rid-
dle; 541-874-2571
City E-mail: coriddle@pioneer-net.com
Post Office: 330 N. Main St., Riddle; 800-275-
8777
Sheriff’s Office: 541-440-4471
Fire Department: 541-874-2571
Community Center: 123 Parkside, Riddle;
541-874-2234
Library: 637 First St., Riddle; 541-874-2070
Schools: Riddle School District
SOUTH COUNTY
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The Riddle High School band, under the direction of Marty Follose, is a championship group.
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TENMILE
Unincorporated town
The community of Ten-
mile was so named because
of the location of its post
office, which was the dis-
tance an early settler in
Happy Valley would have
to drive his cattle to graze.
The post office was estab-
lished in 1870, and located
about halfway between
Camas Valley and Winston.
Tenmile information
Post Office: 114 Lena
Ave., Tenmile; 541-679-6160
Schools: Winston Dillard
School District
TILLER-DREW
Unincorporated town
From Canyonville, turn
east on Highway 227 and
travel about 29 miles.
Named for pioneer settler
Aaron Tiller, the town’s first post office was
established there in 1902. The adjoining town
was named for deceased resident Robert Drew.
The Drew Museum once served as Tison
School, which was built around 1906. In 1968,
Cow Creek tribal member and resident Chuck
Jackson dismantled the building and moved it
2.5 miles to his property, where he successful-
ly reassembled the log structure. The town
offers a general store and scenic views for
travelers heading to South Umpqua Falls.
Tiller information
Post Office: 27490 Tiller Trail Hwy, Tiller; 800-
275-8777
Rural Fire Department: 541-825-3685
Schools: Days Creek School District
TRI CITY
Unincorporated town
Population: 3,519 (2000 Census estimate)
Connected to Myrtle Creek via Highway 99,
also known as the Old Pacific Highway, Tri
City was named originally for the Tri City
School District. The name was later taken up
by the sewer district. It sits in close proximity
to Canyonville and Riddle, along with Myrtle
Creek.
WINSTON
Population: 5,925 (July 2009 estimate,
Population Research Center at Portland State
University)
The city is named for its first postmaster,
Elijah Winston, who established it in 1893.
The city offers a wide variety of commercial
services in two shopping centers. Winston
boasts three city parks and Riverbend Park
features a summer concert series called River-
bend Live! There’s also
award-winning wineries
and the summer’s Melon
Festival, Winston Summer
Nite Cruise and annual
community-wide garage
sale called Trader Day. The
Winston Community Cen-
ter, which houses a senior
center, a teen center and the
town’s library, has rooms
for rent for various occa-
sions.
The town is probably
best known for the Wildlife
Safari game park, open 364
days each year. Exotic ani-
mals roam freely over 600
acres of grassland and
wooded areas in the park. A
bronze cheetah sculpture
stands at the town’s center,
where Highway 99 and 42
intersect.
Winston/Dillard info
Mayor: Rex Stevens
City Administrator: David
Van Dermark
City Hall: 201 NW Douglas Blvd., Winston;
541-679-6739
City E-mail: davidmvandermark@yahoo.com
City Web site: http://www.winstonoregon.net
Winston Post Office: 291 S.W. Main, Winston;
800-275-8777
Police Department: 541-679-8706
Sheriff’s Office: 541-440-4471
Winston Dillard Fire Department: 541-679-
8721
Municipal Court: 201 N.W. Douglas Blvd,
Winston; 541-679-5561
Chamber of Commerce/Visitors Center: 30
N.W. Glenhart St., 541-679-0118
Community Center: 440 S.E. Grape, Winston
Youth and Family Resource Center: 153 N.W.
Douglas Blvd., Winston 541-679-9715
Library: 131 N.W. Rose St., Winston; 541-
679-5501
School: Winston Dillard School District,
Roseburg School District
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AUTO RACING
Douglas County Speedway at the
Douglas County Fairgrounds Complex,
2110 Frear St., Roseburg. Operated by
the Pacific Racing Association. Races
from April through September.
BOWLING
Lava Lanes of Roseburg, 2400
N.E. Diamond Lake Blvd. in Rose-
burg, 24 lanes. 541-672-3601.
Nickel Bowl, 670 S. Old Pacific
Highway in Tri City, 12 lanes. 541-
863-3438.
Buster’s North Douglas Lanes,
279 Third St. in Drain, six lanes.
541-836-7643.
Reedsport Lanes, 2606 Frontage
Road in Reedsport, 12 lanes. 541-
271-3822.
DISC GOLF
Riverfront Park
Located along the bike path
between the Roseburg VA medical
center and the southern edge of
Stewart Park, off Stewart Parkway
in Roseburg. Eighteen-hole course
featuring official disc golf chain bas-
kets for targets, short and tight fair-
ways and lots of trees. Information:
Steven Wright at 541-839-4019 or
Lee Carter at 541-673-8799.
Whistler’s Bend Park
Located west of Glide on High-
way 138. Eighteen holes with new
concrete tee pads and a variety of
fairways. Several holes are short
and tight; others are long, open and
head uphill. The course plays host
to several Pro Disc Golf Association
events. The Umpqua Disc Associa-
tion hosts May and August tourna-
ments and works with schools,
church and civic youth groups
organizing league play and events.
Information: Steven Wright at 541-
839-4019 or Lee Carter at 541-673-
8799.
Green Oaks Park
Six baskets, 18 tee pads; a begin-
ner course.
Wolf Creek State Park
Located in Wolf Creek in
Josephine County just across the
Douglas County line. Nine holes
with homemade baskets.
Hartley Park
On Sixth Avenue in Sutherlin.
Eighteen holes.
Camas Valley School
Eighteen baskets on the campus
of Camas Valley School. Closed
during school hours.
BASEBALL, SOFTBALL,
SOCCER, BASKETBALL
American Legion baseball
American Legion baseball is
played from June through early
August at Bill Gray Stadium at
Legion Memorial Field, located in
Stewart Park off Stewart Parkway in
Roseburg. Schedules may be
obtained by calling 541-672-1151 or
by consulting the sports section
printed daily in The News-Review.
Women’s softball
League games run in summer at
either Sunshine Park in Roseburg or
Millsite Park in Myrtle Creek. 541-
860-5646.
Men’s softball
League games begin in May and
run through August at Sunshine
Park.541- 672-4767.
Lauren Young Ballfields
Fields for youth baseball and soft-
ball in Sutherlin, located on S.
Calapooia St./Old Hwy. 99 N. 541-
459-8262
Little League softball
Gaddis Park, located at the end
of Highland Street, south of Garden
Valley Boulevard, has Little League
softball games in season. Sched-
ules may be obtained by calling
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Sunshine Park
City park on Sunshine Road and
North Umpqua Highway, east of
Roseburg city limits. The 42-acre
park consists of three softball fields,
two Babe Ruth baseball diamonds,
two concession stands with rest-
rooms, picnic pavilions, a play area
for children, parking lot and hiking
trail. 541-672-7701 or 541-440-1188.
Soccer Complex
Fir Grove Park is located across
from Fir Grove School off Harvard
Ave. in Roseburg. The park has
recently expanded its soccer com-
plex. Has a spring and fall season.
Schedules may be obtained by call-
ing 541-672-5089.
Myrtle Creek basketball court
Basketball court located in Myrtle
Creek, off Exit 108 to Division and Bataan
Avenue next to the pool. 541-863-3171.
Stewart Park basketball courts
Basketball courts are located at Stewart
Park, next to the tennis courts, off Stewart
Parkway in Roseburg.
Winston basketball courts
There are two basketball courts at River-
bend Park and one court at the Community
Park off Thompson Avenue in Winston. 541-
679-6739.
BICYCLING
Douglas County
A Douglas County and Roseburg bicycle
map can be obtained from the Roseburg office
of the Bureau of Land Management, 777 N.W.
Garden Valley Blvd., Roseburg, OR 97470 or
by calling 541-440-4930 or the Visitors and
Convention Bureau, 410 S. E. Spruce St.,
Roseburg, 541-672-9731.
Diamond Lake
The 12-mile John Dellenback Trail, a paved
bike and hiking trail, circles Diamond Lake.
Classed as easy to moderate, it may be ridden
by both road and mountain bikes. Many miles
of dirt road and single track mountain bike
trails are in the area classed from moderate to
most difficult. Free maps available at Diamond
Lake Resort and bike rentals at its marina. 1-
800-733-7593 and 541-793-3333.
Velo Club
Umpqua Velo Club has five weekly rides
from casual to fast paces. The club also spon-
sors the Tour de Fronds (Glendale to Powers)
event in June and the Cycle Umpqua Vineyard
Tour. Check www.umpquavelo.com for details
on the latter, weekly rides and general infor-
mation. 541-680-7051
Roseburg BMX
Races Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays
at the ABA race track at the Old Dillard Ele-
mentary School. Information, 541- 430-0430.
GOLF
Forest Hills Country Club, Reedsport
Semi-private nine-hole course
Information: 541-271-2626.
Myrtle Creek Golf Course
Public 18-hole course
Information: 541-863-GOLF (4653) or 1-888-
T-Myrtle.
Roseburg Country Club
Private 18-hole course
Information: 541-672-5566 or www.rose-
burgcountryclub.com.
Stewart Park Golf Course, Roseburg
Public nine-hole course
Information: 541-672-4592.
Umpqua Golf Resort, Sutherlin
Public 18-hole course
Information: 541-459-4422.
HORSESHOES
Stewart Park
Off Stewart Parkway next to the YMCA.
Twelve maintained pits located near the tennis
courts. 541-672-7701 or 541-440-1188.
Sutherlin
Hartley Park, on Sixth Avenue. Eight pits
available.
River Forks Park
Six miles northwest of Roseburg off Old
Garden Valley Road. Six pits available. 541-
673-6935.
Evergreen Park
Evergreen Park, off Exit 108 in Myrtle Creek
at intersection of Cedar and Howland. Six pits
available.
Anna Drain Park
Anna Drain County Park, across from the
North Douglas War Memorial Pool in Drain.
Three pits available.
HORSEBACK RIDING
Diamond Lake Corrals has a selection of
horses that provide for a scenic ride through
the quiet forest around the lake or into the
meadows at the base of Mount Thielsen.
541-793-3337 or 541-297-6095.
RACQUETBALL
The Central Douglas County YMCA at 1151
W. Stewart Parkway, Roseburg has four rac-
quetball courts. 541-440-9622.
YMCA
The Central Douglas County YMCA at 1151
W. Stewart Parkway in Roseburg offers a vari-
ety of activities for those looking for indoor, as
well as outdoor, sports. Its facilities include two
pools, three basketball courts, four racquetball
courts, a fitness room and teen activity center.
Various day camps and organized sports, as
well as aerobics classes and child care are
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SPORTS
News-Review file photo
Cycling the Rim Road around Crater Lake is a popular way to see Crater Lake.
among the services to choose from. Visitors to the area may purchase
day passes at the YMCA. Information: 541-440-9622.
ROLLER SKATING
Parkview Skating Center
For some roller-rink fun, visit the Parkview Skating Center, located
next to the YMCA at 1151 N.W. Stewart Parkway in Roseburg. Parkview
is the area’s only roller-skating rink and offers a variety of skating ses-
sions and music ranging from Christian to pop to rock. Information: 541-
957-5283
SKATEBOARDING
Roseburg Skate Park, located off the 900 block of Garden Valley
Boulevard in Roseburg, behind Fred Meyer. Also accessible by the bike
path from Stewart Park. 541-672-7701 or 541-440-1188.
SWIMMING
Umpqua Community College
Outdoor pool located at Umpqua Community College off the Win-
chester exit north of Roseburg. Information: 541-440-4686.
YMCA
Located off Stewart Parkway at Stewart Park. Two indoor pools. Call
541-440-9622 for times and fees.
South Umpqua Memorial Pool
Located in Myrtle Creek, off Exit 108 to Division and Bataan Avenue.
The pool is open during the summer months. Call for hours, times and
fees. 541-863-6805 or 541-863-3171.
North Douglas War Memorial Pool
Located in Drain next to North Douglas High School, the municipal
pool includes a bathhouse. It’s the only outdoor public pool in north
Douglas County. Call for hours and fees. 541-836-7549.
TENNIS COURTS
Umpqua Valley Tennis Center at Stewart Park
Off Stewart Parkway in Roseburg. Twelve lighted courts, three indoor
courts, snack bar, pro shop with a teaching pro available for lessons.
Open daily. Check at the Hoffman Center adjacent to the courts for fees
and reservations or call 541-673-3429.
Umpqua Community College
Located at Umpqua Community College Physical Education complex,
off the Winchester exit north of Roseburg. Six courts, no fees, but court
hours should be scheduled. 541-440-4686.
Riddle Park
Adjacent to City Hall, two lighted courts, no fees or reservations
required. 541-874-2571.
Myrtle Creek
Evergreen Park, off Exit 108 in Myrtle Creek at intersection of Cedar
and Howland. One court, no fee or reservation required. Another court
is adjacent to South Umpqua Memorial Pool at Division and Bataan
Avenue in Myrtle Creek. No fees or reservations required. 541-863-
3171.
Sutherlin
Sutherlin has tennis courts at Central Park on Central Avenue. No fee
or reservation required.
Anna Drain Park
Anna Drain County Park, across from the North Douglas War Memor-
ial Pool in Drain.
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EASTERN DOUGLAS COUNTY
DIAMOND LAKE
Located 80 miles from Roseburg, the lake was not
named for its shape or translucence but for John Diamond,
who discovered it while standing atop the summit of Dia-
mond Peak in 1852. Considered one of the most important
mountain lakes in Oregon, it is located between Mount
Bailey and Mount Thielsen at an elevation of 5,182 feet.
Today, the area offers a lodge, motel, cabins, a store,
restaurant, lounge and many campgrounds. A gas station
and pizza parlor are located nearby. Recreational activities
include inner-tubing, snow-cat and cross-country skiing,
snowmobile riding, hiking and fishing.
DRY CREEK
Unincorporated town
Best known for nearby Illahee Flats, a large meadow
where Umpqua, Modoc, Kalapuya and Klamath Indians
met to gamble, trade and race horses. The Dry Creek Store
at Milepost 46 on Highway 138 is the last chance for trav-
elers to get gasoline and snacks before reaching Diamond
Lake.
GLIDE
Unincorporated town
About 16 miles east of Roseburg, the area was named
by the town’s first postmaster, Virginia Laird, in 1890,
after she heard her son singing, “The river goes gliding
along.” The town boasts the scenic Colliding Rivers Way-
side where Little River and the North Umpqua come
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Boats dot the water at Diamond Lake. Mount Bailey rises in the background. Limits of rainbow trout — five per day
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together. Dining fare includes Munchies, Little Pizza Paradise,
Colliding River Drive-In and The Illahee Restaurant & Bakery.
Glide information
Post Office: 19433 N. Umpqua Highway, P.O. Box 9998,
Glide; 800-275-8777
Glide Rural Fire Department: 541-496-0224
Sheriff’s Department: 541-440-4471
Colliding Rivers Visitors Center: 18782 N. Umpqua
Highway; 541-496-0157
Community Center: 20062 N. Umpqua Highway; 541-
496-3433
Schools: Glide School District
IDLEYLD PARK
Unincorporated town
Just east of Glide on Highway 138, the town started as the
Tioga post office before being renamed Hoaglin. An Oregon
State Highway Division employee in the early 1900s claimed
the final name came after a resident built an amusement hall
and named it after a place he’d been in California called Idyll-
wild. Today, brides can buy vintage wedding gowns at the
Idleyld Lodge and Resort or eat savory tri-tip at the Idleyld
Trading Post. Tourists and locals can also obtain fishing bait,
groceries, gas or liquor at the trading post.
Idleyld Park information
Post Office: 23843 N. Umpqua Highway, Idleyld Park;
800-275-8777
Schools: Glide School District
STEAMBOAT
Unincorporated town
The name was allegedly born after a mining promoter ‘salt-
ed’ an area creek with gold dust, a practice called steamboat-
ing. The Steamboat Inn is located 38 miles from Roseburg on
Highway 138, and open from late winter through fall. Its
restaurant offers gourmet cuisine and often features some of
the finest chefs in the Pacific Northwest.
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COMMUNITYSERVICES
COMMUNITY & SENIOR
RESOURCE NUMBERS
Abuse Services
Adult Protective Service: abuse and neglect
reports for those disabled or more than 65
541-440-3580 or 800-234-0985
Battered Persons’ Advocacy
541-673-7867; business 541-957-0288;
Reedsport crisis line 541-271-3199; 800-464-
6543
Douglas County Mental Health Division
541-440-3532 or 800-866-9780
Reedsport Senior Services Division (coun-
ty and state elder abuse and neglect reports)
541-271-4835
Alcohol/Drug Abuse
ADAPT — Douglas County Council on
Alcohol & Drug Abuse Prevention & Treat-
ment
Roseburg 541-672-2691; Reedsport 541-
271-5086
Al-Anon and Alateen
meeting times/locations 888-425-2666
Alcoholics Anonymous
541-673-7552
Alcohol-Drug Treatment Referrals National
24-Hour Help and Referral Network
800-996-DRUG [3784]
Narcotics Anonymous
541-957-1489
Serenity Lane Treatment Center for Alcohol
& Drug Dependency
541-673-3504
Child/Youth/Teens
Alateen
meeting times/locations 888-425-2666
Boys and Girls Club of the Umpqua Valley
541-440-9505
Boy Scouts of America
541-784-9283; Council 800-801-4430
CASA of Douglas County (Court Appointed
Special Advocates)
541-672-7001
Department of Human Services, Child Wel-
fare
541-440-3373; Reedsport 541-271-4851
Family Connections Child Care Resource
& Referral Program
541-672-7955
Girl Scouts Inc.
541-672-2401; Council office 800-522-
8772
Head Start
Roseburg administration office 541-673-6306;
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Photo courtesy of Boys and Girls Club
The Boys and Girls Club of the Umpqua Valley in Roseburg offers activities for
area youth.
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541-673-5929
for information
1033 NE Post • Roseburg
Meals
for Seniors
If you would like to be an in
house volunteer or deliver meals
please call
Helen Lesh at 541-672-1151
or the
Friendly Kitchen
Non-profit program in the Roseburg area.
Open 11:30am-12:30pm - Monday-Friday
Meals are $2.25 each or donation accepted

Tradition of Compassion
ATradition of Compassion
The MOST experienced staff in Roseburg and Sutherlin
(541) 673-4455 • 965 W. Harvard, Roseburg
(541) 459-2281 • 311 E. Central Ave., Sutherlin
Staff:
Gene Goodson, Manager (USAF Retired) • Rusty Miller,
Jeff Creech (J.C.) & Jeff Parrack (J.P.), Funeral Directors • Nicole Norton, Office Manager
Joyce Mackay & Kristina Burke, Administration • Mark Weathers, Crematory Operator
Traditional Service • Burial • Cremation • Pre-Arrangements
Brockway 541-679-3037, Ext. 6109; Green
541-784-9310; Reedsport 541-271-5283; Rid-
dle 541-874-2226; Roseburg 541-492-1642 or
541-492-1643; Sutherlin 541-459-5074 and
541-459-5540; UCC 541-440-7739 or 541-
440-7834; Winston 541-679-4912.
Missing Children's Clearinghouse (Oregon
State Police)
800-282-7155
Phoenix School of Roseburg
541-673-3036
Riverside Center
541-679-6129
UCAN Child & Adult Care Food Program
541-672-7004
YMCA
Central Douglas County 541-440-9622;
South Douglas County 541-839-6117
Churches
There are too many churches in Douglas
County to list in this booklet. The yellow and
white pages of The Phone Source provide
church information and The News-Review
“From the Pulpit” guest columns are written by
local religious leaders.
Clubs
Clubs and organizations in Douglas County
range from Awana to Zonta. See the Sunday
News-Review community page for local club
events and the blue tab pages of The Phone
Source for a listing of local clubs and service
organizations.
Counseling/Mental Health
Douglas County Mental Health Division
Developmental Disabilities Dept.
541-440-3556
Open Adoption and Family Services Inc.
Pregnancy and Adoption Counseling
800-772-1115
Reedsport Mental Health Services (County
and State)
541-271-4835
Riverside Center (youth)
541-679-6129
Serenity Lane Treatment Center for Alcohol
& Drug Dependency (adult)
541-673-3504
Consumer Concerns
Consumer Credit Counseling Service of
Roseburg Inc.
541-673-3104
Consumer Protection Office: fraud
503-378-4320 or 877-877-9392
Construction Contractor's Board
503-378-4621
Crisis Hotline 24-Hour
ADAPT— Douglas County Council on
Alcohol & Drug Abuse Prevention & Treat-
ment
541-672-2691
Alcoholics Anonymous
541-673-7552
Battered Persons’ Advocacy
541-673-7867; Reedsport crisis line 541-
271-3199; 800-464-6543
Douglas County Crisis Services
541-440-3532 or 800-866-9780
Gambling hotline, ADAPT
541-281-7800
Oregon Gambling Hot Line
800-233-8479
Poison Control
800-222-1222
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COMMUNITYSERVICES
The News-Review file photo
Madison Place offers affordable housing in Sutherlin. The complex is intended for
people whose backgrounds have made it difficult for them to find places to live.
Friday, October 29, 2010 Our Town Roseburg, Oregon, Page 64
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Emergency Social Services
American Red Cross, Douglas County
Chapter
541-673-3255
Battered Persons’ Advocacy
541-673-7867; business 541-957-0288;
Reedsport crisis line 541-271-3199; 800-464-
6543
FISH of Douglas County
541-672-5242
Roseburg Rescue Mission
541-673-3004
Salvation Army
541-672-6581
UCAN Emergency Services Program
541-672-3421
Employment
Worksource Oregon Employment Depart-
ment
541-440-3344
Umpqua Training & Employment
541-672-7761
Carpenters Local 2067
541-664-4450
Douglas County Homecare Workers
541-670-6431
Food Handler Training
Class schedule 541-440-3690
Food Programs
Douglas County Meals on Wheels Program
and food stamp information for seniors
Roseburg 541-673-5929; Canyonville 541-
839-4495; Drain 541-836-7311; Glendale
541-832-3220; Glide 541-496-3736; Reed-
sport 541-271-6211 or 271-4884; Riddle
541-874-2234; Sutherlin 541-459-9405 (541-
440-3580 for food stamp information); Win-
ston 541-679-9715;Yoncalla 541-849-2951
FISH (food bank)
541-672-5242
Food Stamps (Oregon Trail Card)
541-440-3301
Friendly Kitchen
541-673-5929
Roseburg Rescue Mission
541-673-3004
St. Francis Xavier Kitchen & Hospitality
Center, Sutherlin
541-459-4042
St. Joseph’s Community Kitchen
541-673-5157
St. Vincent de Paul
541-580-0680
Salvation Army
541-672-6581
South Douglas Food Bank
541-863-7563
Sutherlin-Oakland Emergency Pantry
541-459-4082
UCAN (Umpqua Community Action Net-
work)
541-672-3421
UCAN Child and Adult Care Provider Food
Program
541-672-7004
Gambling Addiction
ADAPT
COMMUNITYSERVICES
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News-Review file photo
The St. Vincent de Paul pantry stocks its shelves with food, using profits from the
thrift store located above it to make purchases.
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Working with Douglas
County communities today
for a drug-free tomorrow.
LEARN HOW YOU CAN HELP AT:
www.updrugfree.org
or 541.672.5905
541-281-7800, 672-2691; Reedsport 541-
271-5086
Oregon Gambling Hot Line
800-233-8479
Health Education, Organizations
and Services
Besides organizations, there are many
support groups in Douglas County. See the
blue tab pages of The Phone Source for a list-
ing of local groups and service organizations.
Mercy Hospital also has a listing of support
groups under its Community Education tab at
www.mercyrose.org.
ADAPT — Douglas County Council on
Alcohol & Drug Abuse Prevention & Treat-
ment
541-672-2691
Adult Health/Immunizations/STD/HIV Infor-
mation & Clinic
541-440-3521
HIV/STD Hotline
800-777-2437
Alternative Healing Arts Center
541-673-2319
Alternative Medicine Outreach Center
541-440-1934
Alzheimer's Association & local support
groups
800-272-3900; local 541-673-3900, 541-
464-5600
Amedisys Home Health of Roseburg
541-440-3052
Amedisys Hospice of Roseburg
541-440-2583
American Cancer Society
800-227-2345
American Heart & Stroke Association, Port-
land Office
503-233-0100 or 800-452-9445
American Kidney Fund, National Office
800-638-8299
American Lung Association
503-924-4094 or 800-LUNG USA [586-
4872]
American Red Cross
541-673-3255
Diabetes Education & Support Group
541-677-2102
Douglas County Health and Social Ser-
vice Department — Community, mental
and environmental health and senior and
disabilities services.
www.co.douglas.or.us/dch
Roseburg — 541-440-3500
South County — Canyonville 541-839-
4495
North County — Drain 541-836-7311
West County — Reedsport, 541-271-
4835
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COMMUNITYSERVICES
News-Review file photo
Umpqua Community Health Center has a new location in Roseburg at 150 Ken-
neth Ford Drive.
Friday, October 29, 2010 Our Town Roseburg, Oregon, Page 66
Patrick Gregg, MD • Bradley Seely, MD • Stewart Wilson, MD
For appointments call: 800-499-8289
341 Medical Loop, Suite 120 • On the Mercy Campus, Roseburg
Umpqua Valley
Eye Associates
Let us help you
SEE a brighter future!
Easter Seals Society, Oregon/Rogue Valley
800-244-5289
Family Connections Resource & Referral
Program
541-672-7955
Harm Reduction Center of Southern Ore-
gon: HIV, Hepatitis
541-440-2761
National Kidney Foundation
800-622-9010
Lincare, Inc. oxygen, durable medical
equipment
541-957-0907
Mercy Community Education (Mercy Med-
ical Center)
541-677-2102
Mercy Medical Center Home Health & Hos-
pice
541-677- 2384
Oregon State Commission for the Blind
541-492-1171 or 888-202-5463
Parkway Medical Supply
541-677-2438
Poison Control
800-222-1222
Post Polio Support Group
541-679-1316
Riverside Center
541-679-6129
Roseburg Audiology Center
541-672-8868
Oregon SafeNet (info and referral)
800-723-3638
Seniors & People With Disabilities
800-232-3020
STD/HIV Information
541-440-3521
Talking Books & Braille Services of the
Oregon State Library
800-452-0292
Umpqua Community Health Center
541-672-9596
Umpqua Community Development Corp.
541-673-4909
Umpqua Valley disAbilities Network
(UVDN)
541-672-6336
Women, Infants, Children (WIC) Nutrition
Program
541-440-3516; Reedsport 541-271-4835
YMCA
Central Douglas County 541-440-9622;
South Douglas County 541-839-6117
Information, Referral and Outreach
Amedisys corporate # 888-777-4312;
Amedisys Home Health 541-440-3052;
Amedisys Hospice 541-440-2583
Battered Persons’ Advocacy
541-673-7867; business 541-957-0288;
Reedsport crisis line 541-271-3199; 800-464-
6543
Child Care Resource & Referral Program
Warm line
800-222-3290; 541-672-7955
COMMUNITYSERVICES
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Jaiden Briggs of Roseburg picks up her lunch provided by the Summer Food Ser-
vice Program at the YMCA.
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We Provide Free To Cancer Patients Of Douglas County
We are a non-profit organization
completely staffed by volunteers.
Donations Always Welcome
•Transportation
Reimbursement
•Motel Reimbursement
•Christmas Food Baskets
•Wigs • Bras
•Prosthesis
•Nutritional Supplements
•Support Groups
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Compassionate Friends (loss of child, sib-
ling or suicide)
541-672-1890
Douglas County Senior Services
541-440-3580 or (800) 234-0985
ElderCare Locator
800-677-1116
Family Resource Center, Reedsport
541-271-9700
Greater Douglas United Way
541-672-1734
Harm Reduction Center of Southern Ore-
gon: HIV, Hepatitis support group
541-440-2761
Life Span Respite Care
541-957-8874
Mercy Medical Center Home Health & Hos-
pice
541-677-2384
Narcotics Anonymous
541-957-1489
Road Condition Information: ODOT Trip
check
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COMMUNITYSERVICES
News-Review file photo
The Patriot Guard Riders take part in the Veterans Day Parade in Roseburg.
Friday, October 29, 2010 Our Town Roseburg, Oregon, Page 68
800-977-6368 or 511
Salvation Army
541-672-6581
Umpqua Community
Action Network
541-672-3421
Umpqua Community
Development Corp.
541-673-4909
Umpqua Valley disAbili-
ties Network
541-672-6336
In-Home Services
Amedisys Hospice
541-440-2583
Amedisys Home
Health
541-440-3052
In-home Care Services
Caregiver's Registry
541-440-3580 or 800-
234-0985
Mercy Home Health
and Hospice Volunteer
Program
541-677-2384
Senior Companion
Program and state and
county services (Reed-
sport)
541-271-4835
Insurance
AARP Info. Line
888-687-2277
Douglas County Senior Services — Rx and
SHIBA benefits
541-440-3600 or 800-234-0985 Ext. 3600
Douglas County Veterans Services Officer
541-440-4219 or 541-440-4220
Medicaid (medical insurance)
541-440-3580
Medicare
800-633-4227
Oregon Health Plan
541-440-3301 or 800-359-9517
Oregon Insurance Division, Consumer
Advocacy
503-947-7984
Legal Assistance
Crime Victims Assistance Program
541-440-4390
Douglas County Public Defender
541-957-5344
Douglas County Senior Services
541-440-3580 or 800-234-0985
Legal Aid Services of Oregon
541-673-1181
Senior Services
American Association of Retired Persons
(AARP)
888-687-2277
Roseburg AARP Chapter #808
541-378-8387
Myrtle Creek AARP Chapter #683
541-863-7171
Alzheimer's Association & local support
groups
800-272-3900; local 541-673-3900, 541-
464-5600
Douglas County Homecare Workers
541-670-6431
Douglas County Health & Social Services
Dept. Senior Services, Elder Abuse & Neglect
Reports, Oregon Project Independence
541-440-3580 or 800-234-0985
Douglas County Senior Companion Pro-
gram
541-440-3549; Reedsport, 541-271-4835
ElderCare Locator
800-677-1116
Reedsport Senior Services Division (Coun-
ty and State)
541-271-4835
Roseburg Seniors
541-672-5627
Senior Centers and Dining Sites
Glendale 541-832-3220
Glide 541-496-3736
Reedsport 541-271-4884
Roseburg 541-677-5835 or 541-672-
5627
Riddle 541-874-2234
Friendly Kitchen 541-673-5929
Sutherlin 541-459-9405
Winston 541-679-9715
Yoncalla 541-849-2951
Seniors & People With Disabilities
800-232-3020; 800-234-0985
Social Security
800-772-1213
Sutherlin Seniors, Inc.
541-459-5320
Winston/Dillard Senior Citizens, Inc.
541-679-7344
Services for the disabled
Disabilities Services Office
541-440-3427 or 800-548-3381
Douglas County Developmental Disabilities
(mental retardation, autism, etc.)
541-440-3556
Mental Health
800-866-9780
Douglas County Homecare Workers
541-670-6431
Disability Rights Oregon (formerly Oregon
Advocacy Center)
800-452-1694
TTY 503-323-9161 or 800-556-5351
Seniors & People With Disabilities
800-232-3020
Sunrise Enterprises of Roseburg Inc.
541-673-0195
Umpqua Valley disAbilities Network
541-672-6336
Vocational Rehabilitation Division
Voice 541-440-3371
Transportation
Dial-A-Ride
Sutherlin 541-459-2429
Winston 541-679-0455
Mercy Express Free Senior Shuttle Service
541-464-5555
Millennium Transport Services
866-220-1917
Paratransit, Roseburg
541-440-3587
COMMUNITYSERVICES
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Plastics are sorted and recycled at Sunrise Enterprises’ facility in Green.
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RENTALS • SALES
LEASI NG• PARTS
WE CAN SUPPLY ALL YOUR EQUIPMENT NEEDS -
RENTALS, SALES, LEASING & PARTS
HEAVY EQUIPMENT RENTALS AVAILABLE FOR YOUR
CONSTRUCTION & LOGGING PROJECTS
& SMALLER EQUIPMENT FOR HOME OWNERS
“Serving All of Oregon!”
4373 Hwy. 99 South • Roseburg
• Oregon Tractor & Equipment Co. is your New
Holland, Hyundai and Liebherr dealer! We feature a
wide range of new and used equipment - excavators
(mini to gigantic), log loaders, wheel loaders, skid
steers, dozers and graders - available for rental,
purchase and rent-to-purchase. We are also a dealer
for Eco-Crusher buckets, LaBounty Shears & many
other brands of attachments.
• Oregon Tractor & Equipment Co. employs top
notch mechanics with years of experience who have
the knowledge and working ability to repair all types
& brands of equipment. Field service available.
• Oregon Tractor & Equipment Co. Our parts
department carries quality new and used components
& makes hydraulic hoses. Now handles parts for all
brands of equipment.
Construction & Logging Equipment
Cal l 541- 679- 6211
Days/ Eves
1329 Larson Rd. Roseburg
541.679.2394
RIDES (Rides in Douglas County Especially for Seniors)
541-680-8704
Seniors Escorting Seniors, Myrtle Creek
541-860-5967
Specialized Care Mobility Services
541-580-5337
Umpqua Transit
541-440-6500
UCAN (Umpqua Community Action Network)
Main 541-672-3421 or 800-301-8226
Child & Adult Care Food Program 541-672-7004
Confidence Clinic 541-672-5392
Family Connections 541-672-7955
Food Pantry/Food Shares Program 541-672-3421
Head Start — Roseburg administration office
541-673-6306 or see Child/Youth/Teens section for more
information.
Veterans Assistance
Douglas County Veterans Service Office
541-440-4219 or 541-440-4220
Roseburg VA Healthcare System
541-440-1000
Vocational Training
Phoenix School of Roseburg
541-673-3036
Umpqua Community College
541-440-4600
Umpqua Training & Employment Inc.
541-672-7761
Wolf Creek Job Corps Center
541-496-3507 or 800-588-9003
Volunteer Opportunities
See The News-Review Senior Times, published the first Monday of
each month, for more volunteer opportunities.
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COMMUNITY
SERVICES
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Amedisys Home Health 541-440-3052
Amedisys Hospice 541-440-2583
Boys and Girls Club
541-440-9505
Douglas County Chapter of American Red Cross
541-673-3255
Pharmacy Assistance Program
541-440-3600
FISH (food bank)
541-672-5242
Head Start — Roseburg administration office 541-673-6306 or see
Child/Youth/Teens section for more information.
Mercy Home Health and Hospice Volunteer Program
541-677-2384
Roseburg Rescue Mission
541-673-3004
Salvation Army
541-672-6581
UCAN (Umpqua Community Action Network)
541-672-3421
Women and Children's Services
Battered Persons’ Advocacy
541-673-7867; business 541-957-0288; Reedsport crisis line 541-271-
3199; 800-464-6543
Douglas Co. Adult Health, Family Planning Clinic and WIC Program
541-440-3521; Reedsport 541-271-4835
Family Resource Center, Reedsport
541-271-9700
Harm Reduction Center of Southern Oregon: HIV, Hepatitis
541-440-2761
Hope Pregnancy Center
541-672-2609
Glide Helping Hands (food and clothing distribution)
541-496-3956
Open Adoption and Family Services Inc.
Pregnancy and Adoption Counseling
800-772-1115
Oregon SafeNet (info and referral)
800-723-3638
UCAN Confidence Clinic
541-672-5392
WIC Nutrition Program and Childhood Immunization
541-440-3516; Reedsport 541-271-4835
COMMUNITYSERVICES
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and steelhead fishing. This angler is fishing in the Swift-
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Literature
Math & Sciences
Medical Billing/Coding
Nursing
Paralegal Studies
Psychology
Visual Communications
Viticulture/Enology
Writing
and Many More...
Automotive
Aviation Flight Tech
Business
Communication Studies
Culinary Arts
Dental Assisting/Hygiene
Entrepreneurship
Fine & Performing Arts
Fitness Technician
Foreign Language
Government
Health Infomatics
Afordable Quality Education
Transfer Courses
Online Courses
Job Training
High School Completion & GED
Community Education
Scholarships & Financial Aid
Degrees, Certifcates, Diplomas and More...
SCHOOLS
Compiled are most of the public and
private schools in Douglas County, along
with the community college and its col-
lege services.
DOUGLAS COUNTY
PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Listed in alphabetical order by district
Douglas Education Service District
1871 N.E. Stephens St., Roseburg, OR
97470
Information/Receptionist: 541-440-4777
Fax: 541-440-4771
Web site: www.douglasesd.k12.or.us
Camas Valley School District
District Office
197 Main Camas Road, Camas Valley
P.O. Box 57, Camas Valley, OR 97416
Phone: 541-445-2131 Fax: 541-445-2041
www.camasvalley.k12.or.us
Camas Valley Charter School (K-12)
197 Main Camas Road, Camas Valley
P.O. Box 57, Camas Valley, OR 97416
Phone: 541-445-2131 Fax: 541-445-2041
www.camasvalley.k12.or.us
Days Creek School District
District Office
11381 Tiller Trail Highway, Days Creek
P.O. Box 10, Days Creek, OR 97429
Phone: 541-825-3296 Fax: 541-825-3052
Web site:
http://days.or.schoolwebpages.com
Days Creek Charter School (7-12)
11381 Tiller Trail Highway, Days Creek
P.O. Box 10, Days Creek, OR 97429
Phone: 541-825-3296 Fax: 541-825-3052
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Days Creek Schools Superintendent Laurie Newton sits in on a high school class.
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1800 Hughwood • Roseburg
541-673-1774
• Affordable All-inclusive Pricing
• Delicious Chef Prepared Meals
• Award-Winning Activities
• Exclusive Travel Program
• Pet Friendly
Ask about a 3 Year Rent Freeze or Veteran Deferment Program.
Serving seniors
since 1971.
SCHOOLS
Web site:
http://days.or.schoolwebpages.com
Tiller Elementary (K-6)
27450 Tiller Trail Highway, Tiller
P.O. Box 189, Tiller, OR 97484
Phone: 541-825-3221
Fax: 541-825-3572
Web site:
http://days.or.schoolwebpages.com
Elkton School District
District Office
739 River Road, Elkton
P.O. Box 390, Elkton, OR 97436
Phone: 541-584-2228 Fax: 541-584-2227
Web site: http://elkton.or.schoolweb-
pages.com
Elkton High
739 River Road, Elkton
P.O. Box 390, Elkton, OR 97436
Phone: 541-584-2228 Fax: 541-584-2227
Web site: http://elkton.or.schoolweb-
pages.com
Elkton Elementary (Pre-K-8)
15656 State Highway 38, Elkton
P.O. Box 390, Elkton, OR 97436
Phone: 541-584-2228 Fax: 541-584-2113
Web site: http://elkton.or.schoolweb-
pages.com
Glendale School District
District Office
303A Mehlwood Lane, Glendale
P.O. Box E, Glendale, OR 97442
Phone: 541-832-2133 Fax: 541-832-3183
Web site: www.glendale.k12.or.us
Glendale Jr./Sr. High School
10598 Azalea Glen Road, Glendale
P.O. Box E, Glendale, OR 97442
Phone: 541-832-2171 Fax: 541-832-2486
Web site: www.glendale.k12.or.us
Glendale Elementary
100 Pacific Ave., Glendale
P.O. Box E, Glendale, OR 97442
Phone: 541-832-2176 Fax: 541-832-2158
Web site: www.glendale.k12.or.us
Glide School District
District Office
301 Glide Loop Drive, Glide, OR 97443
Phone: 541-496-3521 Fax: 541-496-4300
Web site: www.glide.k12.or.us
Glide High School
18990 North Umpqua Highway, Glide, OR
97443
Phone: 541-496-3554 Fax: 541- 496-
4304
Web site: www.glide.k12.or.us
Glide Middle School
301 Glide Loop Road, Glide, OR 97443
Phone: 541-496-3516 Fax: 541-496-4302
Web site: www.glide.k12.or.us
Glide Elementary
1477 Glide Loop Road, Glide, OR 97443
Phone: 541-496-3524 Fax: 541- 496-
4301
Web site: www.glide.k12.or.us
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The side of the gymat Elkton High School features the school’s mascot.
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SCHOOLS
North Douglas School District>
District Office
500 S. Main St., Drain
P.O. Box 428, Drain, OR 97435
Phone: 541-836-2223 Fax: 541-836-7558
www.northdouglas.k12.or.us
North Douglas High School
305 S. Main St., Drain
P.O. Box 488, Drain, OR 97435
Phone: 541-836-2222 Fax: 541-836-2387
www.northdouglas.k12.or.us
North Douglas Elementary
100 School St., Drain
P.O. Box 338, Drain, OR 97435
Phone: 541-836-2213 Fax: 541-836-7034
www.northdouglas.k12.or.us
Oakland School District
District Office
537 N.E. Locust St., Oakland, OR 97462
P.O. Box 390, Oakland, OR 97462
Phone: 541-459-4341 Fax: 541- 459-4120
Web site: www.oakland.k12.or.us
Oakland High School
521 N.E. Spruce St., Oakland
P.O. Box 479, Oakland, OR 97462
Phone: 541-459-2597 Fax: 541-459-4765
Web site: www.oakland.k12.or.us
Lincoln Middle School
931 Old Town Loop, Oakland
P.O. Box 420, Oakland, OR 97462
Phone: 541-459-3407 Fax: 541-459-9167
Web site: www.oakland.k12.or.us
Oakland Elementary
499 N.E. Spruce, Oakland
P.O. Box 90, Oakland, OR 97462
Phone: 541-459-2271 Fax: 541- 459-8998
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or Any Special Occasion
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Riddle School District
District Office
401 First St., Riddle
P.O. Box 45, Riddle, OR 97469
Phone: 541-874-3131 Fax: 541-874-2345
www.riddle.k12.or.us
Riddle High School (7-12)
147 S. Main St., Riddle
P.O. Box 45, Riddle, OR 97469
Phone: 541-874-2251 Fax: 541-874-3510
www.riddle.k12.or.us
Riddle Elementary
463 Park Ave., Riddle
P.O. Box 45, Riddle, OR 97469
Phone: 541-874-2226 Fax: 541-874-3265
www.riddle.k12.or.us
Riddle Education Center (7-12)
119 Main St., Riddle
P.O. Box 300, Riddle, OR 97469
Phone: 541-874-3202 Fax: 541-874-3202
www.riddle.k12.or.us
Roseburg School District
District Office
1419 N.W. Valley View Drive
Roseburg, OR 97470
Phone: 541-440-4015 Fax: 541-440-4003
Web site: www.roseburg.k12.or.us
Office of Student Services
Phone: 541-440-4031 Fax: 541-677-4201
Administration Purchasing
Phone: 541-440-4020 Fax: 541- 440-4000
Administration Maintenance
Phone: 541-440-4053 Fax: 541-440-4000
Roseburg High School
400 W. Harvard Ave., Roseburg, OR
97470
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Roseburg High School seniors celebrate graduation each June.
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Phone: 541-440-4142 Fax: 541-440-8296
Web site: www.roseburg.k12.or.us
John C. Fremont Middle School
850 W. Keady Court, Roseburg, OR
97470
Phone: 541-440-4055 Fax: 541-440-4060
Web site: www.roseburg.k12.or.us
Joseph Lane Middle School
2153 N.E. Vine St., Roseburg, OR 97470
Phone: 541-440-4104 Fax: 541-440-4100
Web site: www.roseburg.k12.or.us
Eastwood Elementary
2550 S.E. Waldon Ave., Roseburg, OR
97470
Phone: 541-440-4180 Fax: 541-440-4182
Web site: www.roseburg.k12.or.us
Fir Grove Elementary
1360 W. Harvard Ave., Roseburg, OR
97470
Phone: 541-440-4085 Fax: 541- 440-
4086
Web site: www.roseburg.k12.or.us
Fullerton IV Elementary
2560 W. Bradford Drive, Roseburg, OR
97470
Phone: 541-440-4081 Fax: 541- 440-4082
Web site: www.roseburg.k12.or.us
Green Elementary
4498 S.W. Carnes Road, Roseburg, OR
97470
Phone: 541-440-4127 Fax: 541-440-4017
Web site: www.roseburg.k12.or.us
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Joseph Lane Middle School reading specialist Andrea Berggreen works with stu-
dents at the Roseburg school.
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Hucrest Elementary
1810 N.W. Kline St., Roseburg,
OR 97470
Phone: 541-440-4188 Fax:
541-440-4191
Web site:
www.roseburg.k12.or.us
Melrose Elementary
2960 Melrose Road, Roseburg,
OR 97470
Phone: 541-440-4077 Fax:
541- 440-4078
Web site:
www.roseburg.k12.or.us
Rose Elementary
948 S.E. Roberts Ave., Rose-
burg, OR 97470
Phone: 541-440-4123 Fax:
541- 440-4124
Web site:
www.roseburg.k12.or.us
Sunnyslope Elementary
2230 S.W. Cannon Ave., Rose-
burg, OR 97470
Phone: 541-440-4192 Fax:
541-679-9485
Web site:
www.roseburg.k12.or.us
Winchester Elementary
217 Pioneer Way, Winchester
P.O. Box 778, Winchester, OR 97495
Phone: 541-440-4183 Fax: 541-440-4187
Web site: www.roseburg.k12.or.us
South Umpqua School District
District Office
558 S.W. Chadwick Lane, Myrtle Creek,
OR 97457
Phone: 541-863-3115 Fax: 541-863-5212
Web site: www.susd.k12.or.us
South Umpqua High School
501 N.W. Chadwick Lane, Myrtle Creek,
OR 97457
Phone: 541-863-3118 Fax: 541-863-5486
Web site: www.susd.k12.or.us
Coffenberry Middle School
591 N.E. Rice St., Myrtle Creek, OR
97457
Phone: 541-863-3104 Fax: 541-863-5187
Web site: www.susd.k12.or.us
Canyonville Elementary (K-5)
124 N. Main St., Canyonville
P.O. Box 745, Canyonville, OR 97417
Phone: 541-839-4396 Fax: 541-839-6528
Web site: www.susd.k12.or.us
Myrtle Creek Elementary (K-5)
651 N.E. Division St., Myrtle Creek, OR
97457
Phone: 541-863-3168 Fax: 541- 863-
5185
Web site: www.susd.k12.or.us
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SCHOOLS
MICHAEL SULLIVAN/ News-Review file photo
South Umpqua High School’s Brad Boyd lays down a bunt during a baseball game last
spring.
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Tri City Elementary (K-5)
546 S.W. Chadwick Lane, Myrtle Creek,
OR 97457
Phone: 541-863-6887 Fax: 541-863-5510
Web site: www.susd.k12.or.us
Sutherlin School District
District Office
531 E. Central Ave., Sutherlin, OR 97479
Phone: 541-459-2228 Fax: 541-459-2484
Web site: www.sutherlin.k12.or.us
Sutherlin High School
500 E. Fourth Ave., Sutherlin, OR 97479
Phone: 541-459-9551 Fax: 541-459-4887
Web site: www.sutherlin.k12.or.us
Sutherlin Middle School
649 E. Fourth Ave., Sutherlin, OR 97479
Phone: 541-459-2668 Fax: 541-459-2047
Web site: www.sutherlin.k12.or.us
Sutherlin West Intermediate (4-6)
531 N. Comstock Road, Sutherlin, OR
97479
Phone: 541-459-3688 Fax: 541- 459-
5675
Web site: www.sutherlin.k12.or.us
Sutherlin East Primary (K-3)
323 N.E. Third Ave., Sutherlin, OR 97479
Phone: 541-459-2912 Fax: (541) 459-
0898
Web site: www.sutherlin.k12.or.us
Winston-Dillard School District
District Office
620 N.W. Elwood Drive, Winston, OR
97496
Phone: 541-679-3000 Fax: 541- 679-
4819
Web site: www.wdsd.org
Douglas Opportunity
165 Dyke Road, Winston, OR 97496
Phone: 541-679-3023 Fax: 541-784-2620
Douglas High School
1381 N.W. Douglas Blvd., Winston, OR
97496
Phone: (541) 679-3001 Fax: (541) 679-
7284
Web site: www.dhs.wdsd.org
Winston Middle School
330 S.E. Thompson Ave., Winston, OR
97496
Phone: 541-679-3002 Fax: 541-679-3026
Web site: www.wms.wdsd.org
Brockway Elementary
2520 N.W. Brockway Road, Winston, OR
97496
Phone: 541-679-3037 Fax: 541-679-3051
Web site: www.bes.wdsd.org
Lookingglass Elementary
7421 Lookingglass Road, Roseburg, OR
97470
Phone: 541-679-3006 Fax: 541-784-2639
Web site: www.les.wdsd.org
McGovern Elementary
600 N.W. Elwood Drive, Winston, OR
97496
Phone: 541-679-3003 Fax: 541- 679-
3027
Web site: www.mes.wdsd.org
Yoncalla School District
District Office
292 Fifth St., Yoncalla
P.O. Box 568, Yoncalla, OR 97499
Phone: 541-849-2782 Fax: 541-849-2190
Web site: www.yoncalla.k12.or.us
Yoncalla High School
292 Fifth St., Yoncalla
P.O. Box 568, Yoncalla, OR 97499
Phone: 541-849-2175 Fax: 541-849-2669
Web site: www.yoncalla.k12.or.us
Yoncalla Elementary
401 First St., Yoncalla
P.O. Box 568, Yoncalla, OR 97499
Phone: 541-849-2158 Fax: 541- 849-
3162
Web site: www.yoncalla.k12.or.us
South Coast Education Service District
(Reedsport schools are in the SCESD)
1350 Teakwood St., Coos Bay, OR 97420
Phone: 541-269-1611 Fax: 541-269-4531
Web site: www.scesd.k12.or.us
Reedsport School District
District Office
100 Ranch Road, Reedsport, OR 97467
Phone: 541-271-3656 Fax: 541-271-3658
Web site: www.reedsport.k12.or.us
Reedsport Jr./Sr. High School
2260 Longwood Drive, Reedsport, OR
97467
Phone: 541-271-2141 Fax: 541-271-2143
Web site: www.reedsport.k12.or.us
Highland Elementary School
2605 Longwood Drive, Reedsport, OR
97467
Phone: 541-271-3616 Fax: 541-271-3618
Web site: www.reedsport.k12.or.us
DOUGLAS COUNTY PRIVATE ELE-
MENTARY
AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS
Listed in alphabetical order by city
Listed are most of the well-known private
or nonpublic schools in the county.
Canyonville
Canyonville Christian Academy (7-12;
boarding 9-12)
250 E. First St., Canyonville
P.O. Box 1100, Canyonville, OR 97417
Phone: 541-839-4401
Web site: www.canyonville.net
Canyonville SDA Elementary (1-8)
712 N.W. Frontage Road, Canyonville
P.O. Box 1155, Canyonville, OR 97417
SCHOOLS
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1540 NE Diamond Lake Blvd • Roseburg • 672-9491
Mon-Fri 8:00 to 5:30 • Sat 8:00 to Noon
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Phone: 541-839-4053 Fax: 541-
839-4053
Days Creek
Milo Adventist Academy (9-12)
324 Milo Drive, Days Creek
P.O. Box 278, Days Creek, OR
97429
Phone: 541-825-3200 Fax: 541-825-
3723
Web site: www.miloacademy.net
Milo Elementary (1-8)
324 Milo Drive, Days Creek
P.O. Box 278, Days Creek, OR
97429
Phone: 541-825-3514 Fax: 541-
825-3723
Glide
Wolf Creek Job Corps (alterna-
tive)
2010 Opportunity Lane, Glide, OR 97443
Phone: 541-496-3507 or 800-588-9003
Fax: 541-496-8515
Web site: http://wolfcreek.jobcorps.gov
Myrtle Creek
Little Folks Christian School (preschool-K)
235 N.E. Rice, Myrtle Creek, OR 97457
Phone: 541-863-5814 Fax: 541-863-7719
Roseburg
Cobb Street Children’s Learning Center
Cobb Street School (pre K-9)
1281 N.E. Walnut St., Roseburg, OR
97470
Phone: 541-957-9357 Fax: 541-957-0164
Web site: www.cobbstreet.org
Phoenix School (7-12)
3131 N.E. Diamond Lake Blvd. Roseburg,
OR 97470
Phone: 541-673-3036 Fax: 541-957-5906
Roseburg Junior Academy (pre K-10)
1653 N.W. Troost St., Roseburg, OR
97470
Phone: 541-673-5278 Fax: 541- 672-
9785
St. Paul Lutheran School and Child Care
(pre K-8)
750 W. Keady Court, Roseburg, OR
97470
Phone: 541-673-7212
Umpqua Valley Christian School (7-12)
18585 Dixonville Rd, Roseburg
Mailing: 359 Roberts Creek Road,
Roseburg, OR 97470
Phone: 541-679-4964 Fax: 541-679-1881
Umpua Valley Christian School
Primary/Intermediate Campus (pre K-6)
359 Roberts Creek Road, Roseburg, OR
97470
Phone: 541-679-6248 Fax: 541-679-7053
The Warner School (ages 16
and over)
760 N.W. Hill Ave., Roseburg,
OR 97470
Phone: 541-672-7761 Fax:
541-672-2116
Web site:
www.ute1stop.org/warnerschool
Sutherlin
Sutherlin Adventist School
(preschool-8)
841 W. Central Ave., Sutherlin
P.O. Box 586, Sutherlin, OR
97479
Phone: 541-459-9706 Fax:
541-459-8970
http://sutherlin.netadventist.org
Winston
Riverside Center (K-12)
671 S.W. Main St., Winston
P.O. Box 2259, Winston, OR
97496
Phone: 541-679-6129 Fax: 541-679-5285
Web site: www.riversidecenter.k12.or.us
COMMUNITY COLLEGES/COLLEGE
SERVICES
Umpqua Community College
1140 Umpqua College Road, Roseburg
P.O. Box 967, Roseburg, OR 97470
Phone: 541-440-4600 Fax: 541-440-4637
Web site: www.umpqua.cc.or.us
Oregon State University Extension Ser-
vice
Douglas County Courthouse Church
Annex
1134 S.E. Douglas Ave., Roseburg
P.O. Box 1165, Roseburg, OR 97470
Phone: 541-672-4461 or 1-800- 883-7568
Fax: 541-672-4453
Web site:
http://extension.oregonstate.edu/douglas
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News-Review file photo
Students walk between classes on the Umpqua
Community College campus.
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