Seven candidates for Sutherlin City Council offered their positions on marijuana retail sales, improving roads and other issues during a candidate forum held Tuesday at The News-Review.
SUTHERLIN — Members of the Sutherlin city staff are saying that one Sutherlin councilor, who is running for reelection this year, has racked up thousands of dollars in attorney’s fees during her term.
SUTHERLIN — Children dressed in green bustled into Sutherlin’s West Intermediate School auditorium Friday morning to remember Treven Anspach, 20, a student who once sat in their same place years ago.
GLIDE — In 1971, Larry and Roberta Hall purchased a 300-acre parcel of land along Lone Rock Road on the east side of this rural community. They made the purchase despite Larry Hall being told the land had no value because it had been clearcut and had very little standing timber.
SUTHERLIN — Three open seats, and eight candidates vying for them. That’s what this year’s election has in store for the Sutherlin City Council and for the voters of this city of Sutherlin.
SUTHERLIN — A 5-year-old child who was ejected from a vehicle during a Thursday afternoon crash east of Sutherlin was flown to Doernbecher Children’s Hospital in Portland after being treated at Mercy Medical Center, according to the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office.
Emergency crews are on scene of a serious head-on collision in the area of 204 Umpqua Highway 99. First responders have identified three patients.
Abraham Lincoln, or his modern-day doppelganger, will visit downtown Oakland for Living History Day Sept. 17, while Civil War re-enactors will stage an encampment and battle at Mildred Kanipe Memorial Park east of town.
With school starting, parents are getting their children ready to head back to classes, and on the Talking Health program on KQEN Radio Local Talk at Four, Dan Bain visited with Dr. Elaine Carrasco, a pediatrician with Centennial Pediatrics in Roseburg.
ELKTON — Behind the Elkton Community Education Center and just down the hill is a reminder that Oregon territory was once home to an entirely different world.
Come the third week of August, Rhonda Seekins’ kitchen will be filled with Crock-Pots, pans and blackberries of all sizes in preparation for the Sutherlin Blackberry Festival beginning Friday.