A Douglas County robotics team will be heading for World First Tech Challenge Robotics Competition next month in Houston, Texas, aft…
Umpqua Bank is suing a Roseburg contractor for failing to pay back a $33,373 loan the company took out more than a decade ago.
The Oakland Rural Fire District is recommending that the Oakland City Council approve an economic group’s plan to block off streets …
More than 50 people hoping to start neighborhood watch groups in Green held a meeting at the Family First Church Thursday night.
Delivering meals to area seniors was a humbling experience, Douglas County Commissioner Chris Boice said.
The Portland Christian band Kutless and classic rock star Pat Benatar are among the artists who will perform at the 2018 Douglas Cou…
MANHATTAN, Kan. — UC Davis junior Morgan Bertsch scored 13 of her game-high 31 points in the fourth quarter to lead three players in…
SPOKANE — The Ducks are ready for MAC Madness.
SCIO — Umpqua Valley Christian scored seven runs in the top of the 11th inning and defeated Kennedy, 10-3, Friday in a nonleague bas…
COTTAGE GROVE — The Douglas Trojans are no longer undefeated after a 4-2 nonleague baseball loss to Cottage Grove on Thursday.
GLIDE— Holm Made Toffee Co.’s Cardamom and Vanilla Toffee were named as the best chocolate candy at the 14th Annual Oregon Chocolate Festival earlier this month in Ashland.
GLENDALE — Potentially hurt by competition with Canadian softwood lumber, Swanson Group, a wood products company based in Glendale, asked the U.S. Department of Labor to help affected workers.
Eric Andrews of Roseburg has a vision to transform his men’s retail shop into a place where other local entrepreneurs can come sell their products, learn about graphic design or work.
Spring in Riddle has arrived. The planters around town are beginning to bloom, with the hanging baskets soon to follow. It’s a beautiful sight to behold.
High school students can learn how to start their own businesses during the “proto” class through the Umpqua Small Business Development Center this spring.