As snow, ice and heavy rain inundates the country, Travel Agent Jane Green of Travel Leaders in Roseburg has been extra busy.
MYRTLE CREEK — Representatives from the city of Myrtle Creek, the Myrtle Creek-Tri City Area Chamber of Commerce and local businesses have been collaborating for the past eight months to reach a set of goals through the Rural Development Initiatives program.
Sales of new cars and trucks hit a record in the U.S. in 2016, with vehicle sales totaling 17.55 million compared to 2015’s record of 17.47 million, according to Autodata Corp.
After 30 years in the banking industry, Cort O’Haver officially became the new Chief Executive Officer of Umpqua Bank on Jan. 1, as former CEO Ray Davis transitioned into his position as executive chairman of Umpqua Holdings and CEO of Pivotus Ventures. The latter is a subsidiary of Umpqua H…
Douglas County Smart Energy has long understood the incredible economic benefits and energy savings possible through efficiency measures. That’s why it has made it a goal to spread the word of these cost saving opportunities to the Douglas County community.
Elkton received some long awaited gifts and is eager to share them. A preschool opened in November, and animal feed and hardware supplies are now available locally too.
In her proposed state budget, Gov. Kate Brown recommends doubling a surcharge on distilled spirits for two years beginning July 1. The surcharge price per bottle would go from 50 cents to $1, while alcohol licensing fees would also increase and cigarette taxes would rise by 85 cents to $2.18.
On Feb. 14, 1992, a do-it-yourself inclined homebrewer who was tired of driving at least 60 miles to get homebrew supplies, often stale, decided to take the plunge and open a small homebrew supply shop in his garage.
With Christmas trees, garlands and lights gilding the store, carols playing in the background and cookies and candy canes set out for customers, Northwest Lifestyles in downtown Roseburg was ready for the holiday shopping season.
As a small business owner, and director of the Umpqua Community College Small Business Development Center working with small businesses throughout the year, added stress seems to grow as the end of the year nears.
With opportunities for fishing, dune riding, and visiting the ocean and local restaurants, the Southern Oregon coast has much to offer. Travel Oregon is planning to work with community members and stakeholders to develop ways to promote those attractions to tourists through Oregon’s Rural To…
Union workers have reached an agreement with Roseburg Forest Products on a new contract, ending a nearly year-long battle.
Umpqua Community College President Debra Thatcher shared about some of the college’s programs, including partnerships to connect students to the workforce, during the Oregon Employer Council Douglas County meeting Wednesday morning at the WorkSource Douglas Employment Department.
I am often consulted by clients who have made loans to family members or wish to do so. Such loans provide an opportunity for parents and grandparents to help younger generations in many ways, such as to help them obtain a home, or just help family members weather financial struggles caused …
From overcoming homelessness and addiction to falling in love, reuniting with her children and starting a business, Jennifer Taylor has come a long way since she decided to turn her life in a new direction.
Shoppers bustled into downtown Roseburg to support local shops and enjoy special sales as part of Roseburg’s Small Business Saturday this weekend.
Wrappin and Rollin, the plant-based food truck business of Roseburg, won the 2016 Concept Stage competition of the Roseburg Angel Investors Network conference Thursday afternoon at the Danny Lang Event Center.
A new Roseburg-based company is offering a safe environment for people to gain back their independence through the ability to walk.
After competing against other entrepreneurs with business pitches, five finalists will advance to the Concept Stage competition of the Roseburg Angel Investors Network conference on Dec. 1.