The City of Roseburg Economic Development Commission is accepting applications for the funding of tourism-related projects within the Roseburg area. All applications submitted must fulfill the objective to attract visitors to Roseburg. These funds are available from the Roseburg hotel/motel …
The City of Drain has plenty of activities taking place the rest of 2019. First, this coming Halloween the Church of Christ is hosting a Trunk and Treat at the corner of 1st Street and B Avenue. There will be some hot, exciting cars there. The event starts at 6 p.m. and candy will be availab…
MYRTLE CREEK — More than 25 businesses in Myrtle Creek are embracing the fun of the Halloween season with the first Myrtle Creek Scarecrow Contest.
The venerable building that housed Harvard Avenue Drugs and Gifts in Roseburg for 60 years before the business closed at the end of July is being torn down.
CANYONVILLE — Southern Oregon high school students had a chance to work on power lines, interact with a K-9, explore the inside of black hawk helicopter and operate different equipment at the Southern Oregon Trade Careers Expo on Thursday.
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.
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.
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.