These logs are the highlights of initial emergency calls and reports to the Douglas County Dispatch Center. They do not represent all of the incidents or their final outcomes.
Contractors for the Oregon Department of Transportation will focus their efforts on Washington Avenue next week in an effort to complete all work on the OR 138E Corridor Solutions project by the end of June.
At their meeting Wednesday, Public Works commissioners asked Roseburg councilor and chairman, Steve Kaser, why the city council voted against adding an extra turn lane on Stewart Parkway for turning onto Edenbower Boulevard.
Several business owners spoke against installing a concrete median on Stewart Parkway at the Roseburg Public Works meeting Thursday afternoon.
In the pouring down rain, nine motorcyclists braved cold, wet weather in order to improve upon their riding skills last Saturday.
DRAIN — The Oregon Department of Transportation is warning drivers to use caution and reduce speed due to potholes and uneven pavement south of the Drain interchange (Exit 162) on Interstate 5.
In an effort to begin tackling an issue of corroding pipes, the Roseburg City Council voted to spend an additional $400,000 in next year’s storm drain budget to fix one of its worst cases.
SCOTTSBURG — Historians with the Oregon Department of Transportation will host an open house on Wednesday, Jan. 11, to discuss historic Scottsburg and its steel bridge with the local community.