A researcher at Oregon State University has developed a new way to predict the future price of logs that uses readily accessible economic information, information that could be critical at a time when lumber prices are skyrocketing.
Douglas County businesses have received hundreds of federal Paycheck Protection Program loans in 2020 and 2021, records from the nonprofit ProPublica database show.
Choosing when you run your dishwasher or clothes dryer could deliver big savings on your power bill under new options available to Pacific Power customers in Oregon.
Roseburg officials hired a Portland consulting firm to analyze the downtown parking situation, and they discovered what many people who have to park there already knew — it’s a bit of a mess.
Casey and Grace showed people around their new play area, during the virtual grand opening of the cat lounge at Saving Grace Pet Adoption Center.
The patio at Skog’s restaurant in Oakland has been closed by Douglas County building officials because the owners did not obtain the required permits for the space.
MYRTLE CREEK — School buses, log trucks and passenger cars blared their horns and waved as Scooby-Doo, donning a slightly askew Irish top hat, greeted them near the center of downtown Wednesday.
TENMILE — Ryder Sawyer, a seventh grader at Camas Valley Charter School, has had several business ventures, and now he’s bringing other young entrepreneurs together.
It looks like another apartment complex is coming to the Diamond Lake Boulevard corridor, east of downtown Roseburg, bringing the total to about 400 units becoming available there.
WINSTON — Wildlife Safari’s education team acknowledged this school year has been different than those that came before it, so to help children learn about animals they created Creature Crates.
The owner of the Roseburg Pet Crematorium is building a bigger facility at 635 NE Chestnut Ave., also in Roseburg, in order to handle the businesses’ growing customer base.
From plants to porta-potties, tractors to trinkets, homespun crafts to window dressings, the 2021 Umpqua Valley Home and Garden Show had a little something for everyone Saturday.
Over the past year, Douglas County residents have enjoyed moderate prices when they pull up to a gas pump.
Talk about a tight squeeze!
Like just about all business owners, Heidi Lael, owner of the fine dining restaurant The Parrott House in south Roseburg, had a difficult go of it in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic. Lael closed her restaurant down for six months, and in doing so lost most of her two dozen employees. Th…