Oregon state officials announced Saturday that Oregonians will now be allowed to pump their own gas due to the coronavirus outbreak.
One of the four Douglas County residents who have tested positive for COVID-19 had to be hospitalized, Douglas County Public Health Officer Bob Dannenhoffer said Saturday.
Roseburg Public Schools donated 2,000 medical face masks to Mercy Foundation, a not-for-profit corporation striving to identify and fill the unmet health care needs of Douglas County residents.
A letter about COVID-19 bearing the address of the Roseburg VA Healthcare System’s Brookings Clinic is making the rounds of social media sites like Twitter and Facebook.
The Douglas Public Health Network reported Friday that Douglas County now has four positive case of COVID-19. In the county, 170 people have tested negative and there have been no deaths attributed to the virus.
Several supermarkets in the area, including Walmart, Albertsons, Safeway and Fred Meyer, will be putting in plexiglass sneeze guards at their checkout aisles in an effort to limit the spread of the coronavirus.
The popular Umpqua Valley Farmers Market will be open Saturday in spite of the COVID-19 outbreak, but it will take a number of measures to ensure the safety of vendors and patrons.
Saving Grace Pet Adoption Center is reopening on a limited basis and with new policies in place to facilitate adoptions.
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Schools may be closed, but teachers and administrators at Sutherlin School District have worked hard to make sure students can continue learning.
The governor has tasked local school districts with providing supplemental learning, childcare for healthcare providers and first responders and food service during the COVID-19 shutdown.
COVID-19 has claimed two more lives in Oregon, raising the state’s death toll from eight to 10, the Oregon Health Authority reported Wednesday.
Insurance companies in Oregon will be extending grace periods for premium payments, postponing policy cancellations and nonrenewals and extending deadlines for reporting claims, following an order from the state Department of Consumer and Business Services.
Graduating seniors from at least five universities in Oregon will not be able to walk across a stage in cap and gown to receive their diplomas.
It was just a little over three weeks ago when Oregon’s first case of COVID-19 was confirmed. Since then so much has changed — as of Wednesday morning 209 cases have been detected in Oregon, including eight people who have died — that it’s hard to keep up. And not just with the dizzying spre…
Douglas County is one of the four counties in the United States at the highest risk of having more COVID-19 patients than its hospital can handle, according to a new report from Tech Republic.
Hearing that masks were in short supply because of the COVID-19 outbreak, Oregon Serigraphics owner Stephanie LaFleur had an idea.
U.S. Senator Jeff Merkley, D-Oregon, hopes to force President Donald Trump to do what’s necessary to get masks and other vital equipment to the doctors and nurses on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Aviva Health officials have announced that the clinic has received $60,112 in funding from the U.S Department of Health and Human Services to respond to and prepare for the local impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The City of Roseburg, in an effort to limit the spread of COVID-19 and to promote social distancing, is implementing temporary changes to the public’s access to City Hall. Beginning Monday, residents are urged to conduct business with the city via phone and email.
Evidence of the concern surrounding the spreading coronavirus was evident throughout Monday’s Roseburg City Council meeting, including the limit on how many could attend, the somber discussion of actions taken by city officials and law enforcement and the declaration of a state of emergency.
The Douglas County Courthouse and county parks will close this week after Gov. Kate Brown’s announcement of new restrictions intended to slow the spread of the COVID-19.
U.S. Rep. Peter DeFazio, D-Springfield, is back home and glad to be away from Washington, D.C., as he continues his efforts to protect workers, preserve air travel and public transit and bring more masks to American healthcare workers.