While intermittent heavy showers continued outside, attendees at the Douglas County Fairgrounds got a taste of spring indoors.
Laura Burnett, the regional director of the private library management company, Library Systems and Services, addressed the Douglas County Library Futures Task Force Friday.
The sole survivor of a house fire that killed his wife and five children in Riddle is set to be released from a Portland hospital Wednesday.
WINCHESTER — The Umpqua Community College search for a provost candidate has just passed the interview stage with a search committee forwarding a recommendation to the college’s president Thursday.
The Roseburg girls tennis team fought hard for a 7-1 win over South Medford.
WINCHESTER — Students of all ages met with industry and agency representatives to learn about different career paths during the 10th annual Explore Engineering, Surveying, Forestry, Computing and Computer Science event Wednesday at Umpqua Community College.
As of the new year, Energy Trust of Oregon’s full range of energy-efficiency services and programs are available to help Avista residential and eligible business customers in Douglas County save natural gas and lower utility bills. Energy Trust now serves Oregon customers of Portland General…
Locally produced movie ‘This is Different’ celebrated opening night with a sold-out performance Monday. The movie will be shown two more times — Monday and Wednesday at Roseburg Cinemas.
The Umpqua Actors Community Theatre presents its new play “Lend Me A Tenor,” with opening night at 7:30 Thursday, March 30, at the Betty Long Unruh Theatre, 614 West Harvard Ave., Roseburg.