James Ellis will definitely be doing some extra driving to his job this fall.
MYRTLE CREEK — Roseburg cowgirl Brooklin Quisenberry won the breakaway roping title at the 36th annual South Douglas Rodeo, held last weekend at the Tri-City Horsemen's Arena.
The discovery of a deficient underlayment underneath existing Finlay Field has briefly halted work to install new field turf at Roseburg High School.
Andrew Parks and Joel Stock teamed to win the Pepperoni Flight gross championship as the 41st annual Abby’s/Budweiser/Pepsi Chapman Invitational golf tournament concluded on Sunday at Roseburg Country Club.
GREENSBORO, N.C. — Roseburg High graduate Dalton Rasmussen threw the javelin 181-7 Saturday at the New Balance Outdoor Nationals at North Carolina A&T's Aggie Stadium.
MOSES LAKE, Wash. — Several Roseburg equestrians competed at last weekend's Pacific Northwest Invitational Championship in Moses Lake, Washington, where the best high school riders from Washington and Oregon competed.
ELKTON — The annual Blooms & Butterflies celebration of the Elkton Community Education Center will include the 12th annual 5K Butterfly run Saturday.
South Umpqua graduate Johnathan Warner was selected as the South most valuable player at the conclusion of the 39th annual Class 4A All-Star Baseball Series at Bill Gray Stadium at Legion Field.
SPRINGFIELD — Summit of Bend handed the Roseburg Renegades baseball team a 10-0 loss in six innings in the championship game of the Thurston tournament on Sunday.
The Dr. Stewart’s American Legion baseball team saw its five-game winning streak end with a 6-2 loss to the Eugene Challengers in the Grant Smith Wood Bat Tournament on Saturday night at Swede Johnson Stadium in Eugene.
Errors and walks are the bane of every pitcher and both bit the South All-Stars on Saturday as the North posted two seven-run innings and won the opener of the Class 4A All-Star Baseball Series 16-6 in eight innings at Bill Gray Stadium at Legion Field.
The 41st Abby’s/Budweiser/Pepsi Invitational golf tournament kicked off at 7 a.m. Saturday morning at Roseburg Country Club. Play continued all day until nearly 8 p.m. for some afternoon tee times.