Three days after being arrested on suspicion of sex and weapons charges, former Winston Mayor Kenneth Barrett said he was a victim of police entrapment.
The northbound lanes of Interstate 5 remain closed Friday evening after a semi trailer truck loaded with paper rolls crashed near the Myrtle Creek curves (MP 108).
MYRTLE CREEK — A crowd of Myrtle Creek residents filled the Elks Lodge Saturday night for the 59th Annual Citizen of the Year Awards Banquet. With pearls, faux furs, dresses and suits, the audience came dressed for the occasion in accordance with the theme, “Opening Night at the RIO 1953,” r…
The Oregon State Fire Marshal’s Office confirmed Monday afternoon that a space heater was most likely the cause of the fire that killed 6 people in Riddle last week.
RIDDLE — The Riddle community, already reeling from the death of four children in a house fire Wednesday morning, got more bad news Thursday evening.
When President Donald Trump was speaking about his plans for the future of health care in America, a Myrtle Creek woman who says her life was saved by Obamacare was right there in the Capitol building, listening to what he had to say.
RIDDLE — Friends and relatives of the Riddle family that lost four members in a house fire Wednesday morning gathered at the Riddle Baptist Church Wednesday night to mourn the loss and pray for the survivors.
With just seven weeks to go before Douglas County government pulls its funding from its small town branch libraries, city governments and library supporters are scrambling to determine their future.
WINSTON — The Winston Police Department said Thursday that it will be beefing up its DUII enforcement during the month of February.
The Tiller Ranger District of the Umpqua National Forest is planning to scope the site of its proposed Skillem Integrated Resource Restoration Project and is asking for public input on the project, planned for the 11,400 acres of the Skillet Creek-South Umpqua River 6th field watershed.