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Notice from the Board

The Board of Directors has, effective today June 4, 2021, revised the Covid-19 Rules for using the Timber Valley Clubhouse. The revised rules are: 1. Persons 15 days or more past their final Covid-19 vaccination shot are no longer required … Continue reading

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Covid Vaccine Locally

AVIVA Health Service will be administering vaccines at the Sutherlin Community Center, 150 S Wiliamette Street, on April 6th and 8th. Times are 8:00 AM to 11:30 and 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM both days. An appointment is required. Call … Continue reading

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Clubhouse Use Guidelines from the Board

Due to recent improvement in the number of new Covid-19 cases in Douglas County, this is an update and clarification of guidelines for the use of the Clubhouse as of this date. –> The Clubhouse remains closed for all social … Continue reading

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Covid Vaccine

Fire District 2 is making appointments for Covid Vaccines. Currently they are doing the over 75 group, but are making appointments for the next group. They are located at 1400 Buckhorn in Roseburg. Call 541 673-5503 to make an appointment. … Continue reading

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BLAME IT ON THE ALGORITHM

Get the Covid vaccination?  Where?  When?  How?  Questions and no answers.  Well, you can blame it on the algorithm says “The New York Times”.  I admit I had to look up algorithm to be sure I knew what it meant:  … Continue reading

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Life Can Always Get Better

a guest post by Fred Prout I am writing this for one person. I don’t know who, but hopefully at least one of you who will have a better day after reading this. Let’s begin with the year 2020 a … Continue reading

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DOUGLAS COUNTY COVID VACCINATIONS

“Still waiting in the wings for their shots are the county’s seniors, “says the Roseburg News Review. (Tell us something we didn’t know!) The first group of seniors, those 80 and older, don’t become eligible until Feb. 7. Douglas County … Continue reading

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Goodbye or Good Riddance . . .

Happy New Year All!      

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TWO CHOICES?

Two Covid 19 vaccines?  You mean we get a choice?  Nope, not really. Yes, two vaccines have been approved but we better be happy to have one or the other and don’t get choosy. Let’s take a look at how … Continue reading

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Covid-19 Effects

SPEAKING OF LEAKY BLOOD VESSELS By Jackie Deal The information in this article comes from NPR’s partnership with Kaiser Health News. Did you know that you have more than 60,000 miles of blood vessels?  That’s veins, arteries and capillaries, the teeny, … Continue reading

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Wednesday’s Statistics

Wednesday, this past Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2020, there were 100,000 new, NEW, corona virus cases diagnosed in the United States!  In one day! Wait a minute, that’s rounded off:  actually there were 107,872 NEWLY diagnosed cases!! (According to “Market Watch” … Continue reading

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Not Feeling Good?

Oh no! You don’t feel good, mild fever, what if??…  What do you do? First as long as the symptoms are mild wait a few days. If it is Covid 19w waiting 5-7 days gives the body time to produce … Continue reading

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NUMBERS

By Jackie Deal Numbers! Big numbers make my eyes glaze over; how about you? Anything over two zeros is just so much blah, blah, blah. Let’s see if we can make the recent Covid numbers come alive. (Current Oregon Covid … Continue reading

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Preparing for future emergencies

Oregon’s Office of Emergency Management offers the following information about preparing for future emergencies — “People in Oregon were working on adjusting their lives to autumn and a return to school during the COVID-19 pandemic when they were suddenly confronted … Continue reading

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SUCH A STRANGE SENSATION

By Jackie Deal Such a strange sensation! Really weird. Explanation? Okay. I self-quarantined for a short time and the effects were surprising. You see, a young man, let’s call him John, tested positive for corona virus. I had been in … Continue reading

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Warm weather face mask hints

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COVID-19 Exposure Risk Index

This COVID-19 exposure Risk Index is provided by the Douglas County COVID-19 Response Team. If the print is too small to read, the pictures give the broad strokes.

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Good News …

Bored out of my mind, done with the day’s work, tired of listening to the silence I again started poking around in the internet. The same search as I have done before but this time I searched for “covid cases … Continue reading

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The Latest Fashion Accessory

Fashion has always demanded accessories. To be “in style” means more than the basics; it means the latest in fashion accessories. You know, “diamonds are a girl’s best friend”. Remember Mamma Bush and her large white pearls? As teeny boppers … Continue reading

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New local COVID-19 cases directly linked to travel outside Douglas County, especially outside Oregon

PORTLAND, Ore. — As of 12:01 a.m. Saturday, July 18, COVID-19 has claimed three more lives in Oregon, raising the state’s death toll to 257, the Oregon Health Authority reported . They also stated 353 new confirmed and presumptive cases, … Continue reading

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