GLENDALE — Two family-owned companies, Swanson Group and A&M Transport, are the major employers of this south Douglas County community.
The Natural Resources Conservation Service in Oregon is accepting applications for easement programs to help state and local governments, private landowners, nonprofits and tribes conserve agricultural lands and wetlands.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Last week on the Talking Health program on News Radio 1240 KQEN, Kelly Griffith, lead mammography technologist at Outpatient Imaging for CHI Mercy Health, and Angelia Freeman, the outreach program manager for the Community Cancer Center, talked with …
Storms are pounding Douglas County, but National Weather Service officials say the storm is tracking a little farther off the Oregon coast and won’t be quite as bad on the Douglas County area as was feared. But they warn it is still a dangerous storm, and people should be wary of strong wind…
Hundreds of Douglas County elementary school students got some lessons in fire safety, as well as other safety tips, last week at the Douglas County Fire Prevention Cooperative Public Safety and Education event at the Home Depot parking lot. It’s part of National Fire Prevention week.
A series of storms are bearing down on Oregon, and Douglas County residents can expect significant rain and windy conditions the next few days, although probably not as severe as what the coastal areas and the northwest part of the state are forecasted to experience.
The Oregon State Police Fish and Wildlife Division is asking the public to help identify the people responsible for the unlawful killing of bull elk in Douglas County.
The UTrans bus stop located in front of the Travelodge on Harvard Avenue in Roseburg has been temporarily moved about 300 feet west due to sidewalk work.
For students at Phoenix School learning about watersheds through restoring and monitoring Deer Creek, it’s been more than just about homework.
Michael Ewens grew up in Roseburg, graduated from Umpqua Valley Christian High School. He went on to a construction career in Gig Harbor, Washington.
WINCHESTER — Despite wet weather, about 50 animals brought their humans to the annual Blessing of the Animals at Umpqua Community College on Sunday afternoon.