David Ulsh talks about pigs in the road and pool tables in the truck while he pulls cooked chicken off the bone and puts it right on the griddle. He pours some homemade barbecue sauce on it and chops it up again.
The City of Roseburg Airport Commission recommended the City Council award the Runway 16/34 edge lighting and NAVAID improvements to Colvico, Inc. for $540,886. It also recommended the council adopt a resolution to authorizing accepting grants from the Federal Aviation Association for the project.
After more than 20 years of selling pizza out of trailer, the owners of The Little Pizza Paradise scrapped the trailer and moved the pizza oven into a permanent building across the highway in Glide. The pizza shop is a fulfillment of a decades-old dream for owners Barry and Jacki Hayes.
Sherm Olsrud, the founder and namesake of Sherm’s Thunderbird Market is being remembered for his legacy of giving and community involvement. Olsrud passed away last Tuesday at the age of 95.
Hundreds of beer-drinkers, food truck customers, beer pong players and three bands took over the Douglas County Fairgrounds on Saturday for the annual Brew HaHa, hosted for the fourth year by the International Association of Fire Firefighters, Local Union 2091.
Aaron Miller comes to work every day just like everyone else at Con-Vey Holding Inc., where he manufactures machines for companies all over the world.
The Student Success Act, touted as a solution for funding woes facing Oregon schools, has been decried by some Douglas County business owners as bad for business and bad for consumers.
Summer is coming, and Elkton has a great lineup of events to keep you entertained. The fun begins with a huge rummage sale Saturday, May 25 to benefit the Elkton Community Education Center at 15850 Highway 38. Doors open at 9 a.m. For more information, call 541-584-2692.
Business and organization leaders gathered on Tuesday at the library to learn about creating community-based internships to bridge the gap for students graduating and businesses that need to fill entry-level jobs.
The Grocery Outlet under construction in Myrtle Creek is preparing for opening day with a hiring fair at noon on Thursday at the Grand Victorian Theatre.
A student-run branch of Rogue Credit Union will open on the Umpqua Community College campus in fall 2019 as part of the credit union’s Campus Branch program.
DRAIN — The Shoppe in Drain is decked out with all of Steffani Mast’s favorite things and embodies her dream of providing a little boutique shop for her hometown and opens an opportunity to fundraise for her family’s nonprofit organization.
Becker Vineyard and Cooper Ridge Vineyard tied for Greatest of the Grape. Delfino Vineyards and Winery took home the platinum medal and favorite red wine at the competition on April 13.
These are very interesting — make that challenging — times for businesses in Oregon, particularly rural businesses like ours in Douglas County.
The Southern Oregon Workforce Investment Board is looking for high school seniors in Douglas County who want a career in manufacturing as part of the Made in Douglas campaign.
A senate bill that would create the Oregon Winery and Winemakers Task Force was referred to the Ways and Means Committee on Thursday.
A company named in a report on illegal logging practices in the Congo Basin alongside Roseburg Forest Products had its logging license at two sites suspended by the Gabon government.
Despite having greater consequences than a letter grade in school, people all over the country still procrastinate on project deadlines — especially Tax Day.
Tim Allen is the tool man in Douglas County, and he is also now the chairman of a shared interest group for an international trade association for equipment and event rentals.