The City of Roseburg is claiming victory in a legal dispute over whether a shave ice truck can operate on weekends at Stewart Park following a decision by a state land use board, while the attorney for the owner of the business said the fight is not over.
The estate of a woman who was killed after the car she was in was reportedly hit head-on by a truck being driven by a Roseburg construction company worker, has filed a complaint against the company for more than $2 million.
Oregon’s unemployment rate dropped to 4.9% in August from 5.2% in July, marking the first time the state’s unemployment rate dipped below 5% since March 2020, when the rate was 3.6%.
The News-Review won the general excellence award for newspapers its size and reporter Scott Carroll wrote the year’s best story for any Oregon newspaper in 2020, according to the Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association.
It’s part classic truck, part state-of-the-art beer bar, and full-on party. That only begins to describe the Classic Brews Mobile Tap Truck, a business recently launched in Roseburg by Denise Chavez that features a classic Ford truck that has been converted into a mobile, multi-tap beer disp…
The owner of the Comfort Inn in Roseburg has agreed to pay a $30,000 fine for overcharging people as they fled the Archie Creek Fire last year.
YONCALLA — A second try at establishing a successful wine grape vineyard on the Applegate homestead property is proving fruitful.
Funding to finance two wildlife services specialists in Douglas County is secure through June 2022, but beyond that month, sources for the needed funds are undetermined.
A cougar was reported moving through south Roseburg neighborhoods. Wildlife services was contacted by the Roseburg Police Department and specialist Mark Dowdy and his hound dog responded.
The owners of Nickabob’s Meat Market in Roseburg are looking to move into a new, larger building, and they’re hoping the federal government can help them do it.
Plans for a housing development in the city of Sutherlin — which at 53 homes is the largest proposed project in nearly a decade — won initial approval this week.
After more than two years of silence, Reedsport radio station KDUN is preparing its return to the airwaves.
The Walmart in Roseburg is closed for a couple of days to allow crews to come in and clean the store.
Roseburg Forest Products on Wednesday announced that it will shut down its particleboard plant in Dillard, which will put the 179 workers there in limbo, at least temporarily.
Summer is quickly burning itself out here in the ’burbs of Riddle, hopefully so are the wildfires that rage around us. Through all the heat and smoke please be extra cognizant that school soon starts and there will be plenty of little walkers, big busses and new drivers! Pay attention to you…
Zac Petterson wants to show Roseburg cannabis beyond the stereotypes.
It’s a difficult business climate out there, with local businesses seemingly closing or being put up for sale left and right. The recent uptick in COVID-19 cases and mask mandate issued by Gov. Kate Brown certainly won’t help local businesses, at least in the short term.
After a lull in COVID-19 cases, the virus has come back with a vengeance — more than 100 new cases a day here in Douglas County, more than 2,000 statewide. The human toll from the outbreak is being felt throughout the community, including many workplaces.
WINSTON — There was a wine mystery and Dr. Earl Jones was up to the challenge to solve it.
The owner of a shave ice truck involved in a dispute with the city of Roseburg over her ability to sell her products in Stewart Park is going to mediation, rather than straight to the courts.
Hello and Greetings from the Myrtle Creek-Tri City Area Chamber of Commerce. I hope everyone is enjoying this summer weather and all the great events happening all around. We have already had some amazing happenings here in South County and there’s more to come.
The Grocery Outlet on West Harvard Avenue in Roseburg, which has been serving customers with low-cost food, household goods and other items under different names for 30 years, is moving.