Former Douglas County District Attorney and circuit court judge Bill Lasswell passed away Friday at the age of 82.
For three workers who happened to be at the right place at the right time, saving a man on the verge of death from a serious leg injury was what anybody else would do.
The number of children entering the foster care system is exploding, and there’s hardly enough people to stand by their side as court-appointed special advocates.
Buddy, this year’s grand champion at the Douglas County Lamb Show, has been one of Ramsey Wilfong’s favorite lambs so far in the four years he’s been raising and showing them.
A Myrtle Creek man has been charged with murder in the May 31 shooting that took place near Lawson Bar east of Riddle.
Cyclists zooming past cars on their sleek road bikes can intimidate many beginners. For them, there is a weekly Thursday evening group ride.
Drivers should expect heavy traffic on Oak Avenue in downtown Roseburg due to construction work starting Tuesday and lasting until the end of the week.
SUTHERLIN — The Sutherlin City Council continued the discussion of initiating a business registration process to keep track of new businesses in the area at its meeting Monday night.
GLIDE — Welding, surveying, woodworking and tool sharpening are just a few of the skills FFA students in the Umpqua district displayed at Wednesday’s Shop Skills Career Development Event at Glide High School.
Feed the Burg is taking a two-month hiatus as it re-evaluates ways it could garner more volunteers and donations.
When the temperature warms in the late spring, it entices water enthusiasts into the rivers for boating, rafting, tubing and swimming.
The Roseburg branch library is likely to close at the end of this month, but city councilors have made their first step toward opening those doors again in the future.
Instant noodle cups, canned beans and boxes of microwaveable popcorn line what little shelf space Alvin and Marian Catron have in their motel room, where they have been living for the last four months.