Umpqua Valley Arts Association representatives participated in a workshop on Monday that aims to transform the Arts Center to be more successful in the future and provide more services within Douglas County.
With a need for foster parents increasing in Douglas County, an informational meeting about therapeutic foster care will be held 6 to 8 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 21, at Cascadian Coffee Company, 732 SE Cass Ave., Roseburg.
WINCHESTER — More than 100 guests attended the Greater Douglas United Way’s 2017-18 campaign kick-off breakfast this morning, and more than $8,000 was raised to help those less fortunate within the community.
Roseburg members of the Brotherhood of the Badge are reaching out to Douglas County residents to ask for duty gear and clothing donations to assist first responders dealing with massive flooding in Houston in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.
The Roseburg Rescue Mission has expanded its outside courtyard to provide homeless men additional space to gather in downtown Roseburg during the day.
The Umpqua Valley Winegrowers Association is partnering with the United Community Action Network Food Bank during a Pouring Generosity campaign through August and the community is encouraged to participate.
Geraldine Morin leaned heavily on her purple-flowered cane as she opened the door of her Roseburg home Wednesday to receive a tuna fish sandwich, a cup of Navy bean soup and a small carton of milk from Friendly Kitchen Meals on Wheels volunteer Susanne Krnacik.
Kevin Head’s cross country dirt trail motorcycle trip will come to an end today at Battle Rock Park in Port Orford.
Chosen People Ministries, founded in 1894, will host a meeting at 10 a.m. July 30 at Pine Grove Community Church, 1729 Buckhorn Road, Roseburg. A love offering will be received.
CANYONVILLE — The fourth annual Hammer N’Ales Brewfest will take place from 3 to 10 p.m. Saturday, July 22, at Seven Feathers Casino Resort.
After a successful event last year, the 2017 Umpqua Strong 5K/9K Run Walk is scheduled to take place Sept. 30 at Stewart Park.
Putting, chipping and lawn games were on the agenda Tuesday at the PartnerSports Camp that took about 70 campers and partners onto the Stewart Park Golf Course.
With hoses spraying and blow dryers blowing, 35 local dogs came clean Saturday at the Barks, Bubbles and Beer fundraiser held at Backside Brewery.
After Gov. Kate Brown signed off on a bill that will allow people to harvest roadkill in Oregon, people took to social media with jokes about hunting down deer with their cars.
CANYONVILLE — The Cow Creek Umpqua Indian Foundation awarded $420,800 to 65 nonprofit organizations in Oregon at Thursday’s award ceremony held at Seven Feathers Casino Resort.
The Oregon Community Foundation awarded more than $30,000 this year to arts-related nonprofits serving Douglas County.
ELKTON — The annual Blooms & Butterflies Celebration will take place from 10 a..m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, June 17, at the Elkton Community Education Center, 15850 Highway 38, with a 5K run at 9:30 a.m.
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.
For The Love Of Paws will hold several community outreach events on three consecutive Saturdays to benefit the public and to raise public awareness and funds for the nonprofit veterinary hospital that recently opened its doors.
Children visiting the YMCA of Douglas County have an opportunity for an exciting summer through a variety of programs and activities that stimulate both mind and body.