A Roseburg homebuilder and his wife have lost their appeal of a previous ruling that they must pay more than $5 million for mismanaging a family trust, including borrowing millions of dollars and not paying it back.
Four insurance companies have filed a lawsuit against PacifiCorp and its subsidiary, Pacific Power, seeking more than $3 million for purported negligence in the Archie Creek Fire last year.
The convenience store attached to the Sinclair gas station at 792 NW Garden Valley Blvd. in Roseburg is undergoing a renovation inside and out, which when finished will result in a much bigger store with hot food, in-house ice cream and coffee, a full walk-in cooler, and more.
The racketeering trial of well-known local winemaker John Olson, former owner of TeSoAria Vineyard & Winery in Roseburg, has been postponed yet again, this time just two weeks before it was scheduled to begin.
This is an unusually low unemployment rate for Oregon. Since 1976, when comparable records began, through October 2016, Oregon’s unemployment rate was never as low as 4.4%. However, during the economic expansion just prior to the pandemic recession, Oregon’s unemployment rate was 4.4% or low…
It’s fall! The rains are upon us and aren’t we grateful after the long hot summer!
Two Douglas County companies that work with the Oregon Employment Department were recognized by the U.S. Department of Labor this week with the HIRE Vets Medallion Award for their investment in recruiting, employing, and providing long-term career opportunities to this nation’s veterans.
We can hardly to believe the holiday season is already here. Life seems to speed up this time of the year, and with Thanksgiving just weeks away, it’s a perfect time to reflect on what we can be thankful for. Please, take a few moments from your busy day, away from endless to do lists, and f…
Watch where you crouch, especially if you’re working in a busy store like Walmart.
A Douglas County woman has filed a complaint against a Roseburg real estate company for what she claims is representation so bad that it cost her a fifth-wheel trailer she owned, and the chance to buy a house she wanted.
Sarah Everman and Keith Tidball want people to know that they don’t have to spend a fortune for a good bottle of wine, and as owners of a new wine bar in downtown Roseburg, they aim to prove it.
A former employee of a Roseburg equipment rental business has filed a complaint against the company after he said his bosses wrote him up and then fired him because he filed a workers’ compensation claim against their wishes.
Hello from the Myrtle Creek ~Tri City Area Chamber. I hope this message finds everyone happy and healthy. I am excited to write about many exciting things that have happened recently or will be happening in the near future.
Workers this week tore down a vacant property on West Harvard Avenue to make way for what will be a new drive-thru ATM of Cascade Community Credit Union.
Roseburg Forest Products announced this week that it has purchased about 30,000 acres of timberland in the southern United States from Forest Investment Associates.
Umpqua Holdings Corp., the parent company of Umpqua Bank, announced Tuesday that it has entered into a definitive agreement with Columbia Banking System, the parent company of Columbia State Bank, under which the companies will join together in an all-stock combination.
Darrell Orth knew a little something about Pete’s Drive-in when he decided to buy it five years ago. After all, Orth had worked there cutting french fries from the sixth through the eighth grade.
A Douglas County woman who said she became so sick after drinking a tainted cup of coffee from the 7-Eleven in Winston that she had to be rushed to the emergency room, has filed a civil complaint against the corporation and the local franchise owner.
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A California forest products company has acquired Seneca, a Eugene-based company that had owned more than 130,000 acres of land in Douglas County and employed about a dozen people here.