MYRTLE CREEK — Jace Catlin of Toledo had the only official bull ride and won the title Sunday as the 35th annual South Douglas Rodeo concluded at the Tri-City Horsemen’s Arena.
Brittney Zamora of Kennewick, Washington, became the first female to win a Northwest Super Late Model Series race Saturday night at Douglas County Speedway, capturing the Insulation Battle of the Burg 125 event.
Through conducting science experiments, growing plants, learning about search dogs and more, kids will get to participate in a variety of outdoor activities during the Douglas County Cloverbud One-Day Camp on July 13 at the Discovery Garden in River Forks Park, Roseburg.
MYRTLE CREEK — Bareback riders Brent Bannon and Zakk Earp are two Oregon cowboys who followed their fathers into the rodeo arena.
Jenna Stanke Marmon accepted the job as the active transportation liaison for the Oregon Department of Transportation earlier this year to give people more freedom.
Cyclists from all around the Pacific Northwest will be traveling to Southern Oregon to participate in the Tour de Fronds on Saturday.
Wearing a fly fishers vest and a baseball cap decorated with fly ties, Jim Moore cast a line in the Tyee area of the Umpqua River with hopes of catching a bass. He was one of about 20 veterans and volunteers who came out to a fly fishing event this weekend thanks to the Roseburg District Bur…
To ensure public access to 211 acres of forestland along a wild and scenic section of the North Umpqua River, the Roseburg District of the Bureau of Land Management, with the help of Western Rivers Conservancy, acquired Swiftwater Park from Douglas County in April.
With the sun beaming above us and the Little River flowing beside us, we drove until the pavement turned to gravel and then kept going for another seven miles until we came to the Lake in the Woods.
With the common goal of making the healthy choice the easy choice in the Umpqua region, residents and representatives of worksites, grocery stores, restaurants, schools and faith-based organizations will be working together on the Blue Zones Project.
With $20,000 worth of new equipment, water search and rescue teams from the Douglas County Sheriff’s Department and Oregon State Police are prepared to save lives this summer.
Umpqua Valley Fly Fishers will meet June 1 at Cascadian Coffee Co., 732 S.E. Cass Ave. Social time will begin at 6:15 p.m. and the meeting will start at 6:45 p.m. Members will share knowledge and their favorite gear and gadgets that help them catch fish. Visitors are welcome. Information: 54…
A weekend getaway may be common for some people, but my husband and I have had very few opportunities to spend more than a few hours together since we got married 12 years ago.
One hour into a fish fight Thursday on the lower North Umpqua River, a trio of boat anglers discovered the fish they had hooked was not a spring chinook but rather a sturgeon.
Students ages 13 to 18 from rural and urban areas are welcome to apply for the 26th annual Resources and People (RAP) Camp program, slated for June 11 to 17 at Camp Esther Applegate, Lake of the Woods.