Douglas County surgeons, who often prescribe opioid pain medication for patients recovering from surgery, are trying to find ways to solve the opioid addiction problem in the community by cutting back on the excessive amounts that are given to a patient after surgery. And they say they have …
Walkers headed out from the Douglas County Library building in Roseburg on a cool Saturday morning, for the Power of Pink March on Cancer dressed in pink and walking to raise awareness of breast cancer.
A Roseburg woman is one of 61 volunteers from the American Red Cross in Oregon and southwest Washington who have been deployed across five southern states, the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico to deal with the devastating effects from four Hurricanes. Additionally, volunteers from the Pac…
No one was injured this morning after Phoenix Charter School in Roseburg was placed on lockdown after school officials said a threatening piece of graffiti was discovered in a restroom on campus just before 11 a.m.
Paul Boden was homeless in his teens, having lived on the streets of New York City and San Francisco. At age 22, he stumbled onto a unique place called the Hospitality House in the Tenderloin district of San Francisco.
About 100 seniors turned out Friday to the Senior Center’s mock signing ceremony celebrating their purchase of the building they’ve been renting for the past three years.
Downtown Roseburg Association Executive Director Alyssa McConnel told the Roseburg City Council this week that her organization is generating interest in downtown businesses.
New infrastructure and other improvements designed to spur development and job creation in east Roseburg could soon be in the works.
About three weeks ago, a “Little Free Library” was added to the Discovery Garden near River Forks Park west of Roseburg. It’s a pretty yellow box that resembles a little house, put up on a post, with a window that opens like a door, and shelves inside filled with children’s books.
The Roseburg Economic Development Commission is accepting applications for the funding of tourism-related projects in the Roseburg area until 5 p.m. Dec. 11. Funds are available from the Roseburg Hotel/Motel Tax for projects meant to attract visitors to the city.
A Roseburg man continues to keep the memory alive of those who lost their lives in the 9/11 attacks 16 years ago in New York and Washington, D.C.
The children brought here by immigrants shouldn’t be punished for coming out into the open. That’s the view of M.A. Hansen of Roseburg, one of 17 protesters who braved smoke, rain and lightning to attend a demonstration Wednesday on the Douglas County Courthouse lawn.
What began as a solution to cleaning up the sights and smells of downtown dumpsters has become a costly headache for the Downtown Roseburg Association.
Thick smoke in the Umpqua Valley Saturday morning kept several pilots from coming to an Experimental Aircraft Association fly-in at Felt Field in Roseburg to honor one of their long time members who died in a mid-air collision at a fly-in in Nevada in October of 2014.
In his 42 years at The News-Review, what meant the most to Craig Reed was the chance to interview people and tell their stories.
Single-engine air tankers fill with fire retardant Friday at the Roseburg Regional Airport — before departing for the Horse Prairie fire. According to information provided by Douglas Forest Protective Association spokesman Kyle Reed, the two planes combined for a total of 25 loads Thursday, …