Even as a Roseburg police officer’s temporary assignment to patrol downtown Roseburg will end this month, officer Justin Wesie hopes that he’s made a difference for business owners who have complained about multiple cases of disorderly behavior.
GLIDE — About 200 people attended a community meeting in Glide on Tuesday night to listen to fire officials talk about the Umpqua North Complex fires, and to give residents of the area a chance to ask questions about the progress, evacuations, road closures and other topics.
These logs are the highlights of initial emergency calls and reports to the Douglas County Dispatch Center. They do not represent all of the incidents or their final outcomes.
An important part of having healthy food is food safety. Making sure you handle food safely provides healthy food that keeps your body running right. By keeping hot foods hot and cold foods cold, washing hands and surfaces and separating foods that can cause contamination, your family can ha…
It’s not every baby that can claim to be born during a solar eclipse.
The Umpqua North Complex fires east of Glide have now grown to 11,680 acres. Residents from Dry Creek and Illahee remained evacuated from their homes Monday, and Clearwater residents were put under a Level 1 evacuation notice over the weekend.
The NASCAR K&N Pro Series West is returning to Roseburg for the Clint Newell Auto Group Toyota 150 on Saturday at Douglas County Speedway.
Owners of EZ Thai Restaurant in Coos Bay expanded their reach to Roseburg this summer to bring authentic Thai food to the area. Seven Thai Restaurant opened June 20, and according to the chef, business has started off well.
The Oregon Department of Transportation expects 1 million people from out of state to travel into the zone where they can see the moon completely block the sun Aug. 21, including to such cities as Newport, Salem, Corvallis, Madras and John Day. Many will be driving up Interstate 5 from Calif…
SUTHERLIN — In the late summer days when juicy blackberries are ripe, Sutherlin once again became the place where visitors could enjoy a party of food, cars and community during the annual Sutherlin Blackberry Festival in Central Park.
NeighborWorks Umpqua is calling all interested artists, makers and creative types to participate in the organization's Block Party photography competition.