“There’s almost no reason to have a business if you can’t find a way to make it massively benefit the community,” said Trevor Mauch, co-founder of Young Entrepreneurs Society of Umpqua (YES) and CEO of software company Carrotly, LLC. “There’s a bunch of companies in this community that build…
Not many of the Roseburg Noon Rotary Club projects have had more impact on the community than the two livestock auctions that are held each year at the Douglas County Fairgrounds.
Oregon State Police game officers are always looking for information on poachers, but they’ve stepped up efforts to solicit the public’s help in finding the people who have shot and killed elk and left the carcasses to waste.
OAKLAND — A team of visitors with backgrounds in small business, tourism, real estate and downtown revitalization came to Oakland in late November to spend the day exploring the town and stopping by local businesses for the first time.
Roseburg’s historic and city-owned Willis House has two new offers on the table, but councilors will consider just one at next Monday’s meeting.
When the old Douglas Community Hospital building on Harvard Avenue in Roseburg was remodeled into new offices for the state of Oregon’s Department of Human Services, it gave the Child Welfare Program a big boost.
A Roseburg man is expected to survive after being shot Monday night at the Rose Villa Apartments in Roseburg, according to the Douglas County Sheriff's Office.
The Jetovator and the Hydroflight drew big crowds for their shows Saturday at the ServPro Sportsmen’s & Outdoor Recreation Show at the Douglas County Fairgrounds.
Students from Myrtle Creek Elementary School enjoyed a sneak peak to the 21st ServPro Sportsman’s & Outdoor Recreation Show at the Douglas County Fairgrounds Friday.
In an effort to begin tackling an issue of corroding pipes, the Roseburg City Council voted to spend an additional $400,000 in next year’s storm drain budget to fix one of its worst cases.