DILLARD — A two-alarm fire at the Roseburg Forest Products plant in Dillard just before 10:30 Thursday morning brought firefighters from five different departments, but they were able to get to the blaze before any major damage was done.
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, …
CAMAS VALLEY— Sustained winds from the north and west pushed the Horse Prairie Fire east over Table Mountain and south toward Lower Cow Creek.
The arson charges filed against a man who police arrested in connection with a west Roseburg house fire Wednesday night have now been dismissed, according to court documents.
Three dogs are safe after Roseburg firefighters responded to what they say was an accidental kitchen fire in Roseburg on Tuesday afternoon. One of them, a boxer mix named Rigby, needed much more convincing from neighbors and paramedics that everything would be OK.
WINCHESTER — A mill employee and firefighter were sent to the hospital for minor injuries this morning after a silo caught fire in the lumber yard of Douglas County Forest Products, according to fire officials.
A mother and five children who died in a Riddle house fire on March 1 were remembered as a tight-knit and energetic family during a celebration of life on Saturday at the Douglas County Fairgrounds.
Firefighters are on the scene of a two-alarm apartment fire near the intersection of West Second Avenue and Grant Street in Sutherlin on Saturday night.
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.
A Monday morning fire displaced two adults, two children and a pet after the blaze fully engulfed their home in the 200 block of Carson Lane in Green.
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.
Five Roseburg residents and several pets lost their home Monday morning to a blazing fire that caused approximately $75,000 in damage, according to the Roseburg Fire Department. One dog was killed in the fire.