As we move into fall, we have a theme for Myrtle Creek! And it includes the Tri City area too! It is called The Steelhead Run.
A pizzeria with more than 200 outlets in California but only one in Oregon is set to open a new restaurant near Roseburg High School early next year.
There is a stack of correspondence — most with invitations to dinner, or to simply “B.S.” — illustrating the 60-year business and personal relationship between Lauren Young and Les Schwab.
Fresh coffee, milkshake machines and a beer cave are some of the state-of-the-art features available at the new Chevron gas station on Garden Valley Boulevard.
As the Roseburg Area Chamber of Commerce rolled into 2019, we knew it would be a year of changes, challenges and chances. Chances to provide new and expanded services to our members and the Douglas County business community. Well, 2019 has not disappointed.
Despite a settlement between Roseburg Forest Products and the City of Weed, both sides of a long-running water dispute still face some unfinished business in court.
A judge approved a settlement between Roseburg Forest Products and the City of Weed, California, last week, ending a two-year legal dispute over water rights.
Every day of the week since they opened on July 29, Vernon Faulkner and Dale McAlpin have had people drive up and ask them to work on their vehicles.
NEW YORK — Two of the largest U.S. newspaper companies have agreed to combine for roughly $1.4 billion, creating a new industry giant that hopes to manage the crisis of print’s decline through sheer size.
Individuals with developmental disabilities will have a bigger, more accessible space to meet in the old Wells Fargo building at 662 SE Jackson St. in downtown Roseburg.
Putting the shovel to the dirt was a dream three years in the making for Joshua Myers. He’s owned the land on the edge of Winston since 2016 and has been waiting for everything to fall into place so he could build a new dentist office.
The Boys and Girls Club of the Umpqua Valley is partnering with TenDown Bowling to expand its summer bowling program and to create the first elementary school league.
Oakland, Oregon: The town that time forgot, but we hope that people don’t forget. One hundred years ago Oakland was the center of commerce at the end of the rail line. Everyone came to Oakland to ship their wool, hay, turkeys and timber to bigger markets. Other local cities have long since s…
After a lengthy discussion ending in a 4-2 vote, the Roseburg City Council approved an ordinance regulating secondhand stores Monday.