For families that have lost a child, life can be depressing or feel empty, and maybe even frustrating.
Support for Donald Trump was very strong in Douglas County as a whole, but in one local town the vote was very, very close.
The Winston Core Project selected three additional directors to its board Tuesday — one of the final steps to forming a community corporation in charge of transforming a blighted 2-acre parcel of land at the center of Winston into a shopping center.
According to Douglas County’s final unofficial election results, Donald Trump won 65 percent of the county’s votes while 26 percent went to Hillary Clinton in the presidential race.
After living on an old homestead in the deep wilderness of Idaho, authors Jim and Holly Akenson of Enterprise, Oregon, decided to share their adventure stories in the book, “7,003 Days: 21 Years in the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness.”
CANYONVILLE — Community leaders from across Douglas County joined together Thursday morning for the 11th biannual Douglas County Chambers & Cities Summit in Canyonville, where they spoke about the cities, organizations and businesses they were there to represent.
IDLEYLD PARK — The Diamond Lake Ranger District teamed up with Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife in 2007 to improve wildlife habitat in the Umpqua National Forest.
Douglas County’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate rose by 0.1 percent in the month of September to reach 7.1 percent. This compares to the statewide average of 5.5 percent and a national unemployment rate of 5 percent.