TIME TO GET FIT
Rick’s Medical Supply has announced plans to acquire Douglas Medical Equipment Supply of Roseburg effective Aug. 1.
Chris Smith presented himself with quite the present on his 53rd birthday last Sept. 7.
When Neil and Cathy Hummel opened their real estate company in 1977, there was just the two of them.
Werner Buehler has come full circle in his long career in the electrical power industry.
The fire last year inside the Lemolo Lake Resort lodge was devastating for owners Dianna and Scott Lamb.
When the market manager position for the Umpqua Valley Farmers’ Market came open, Amanda Pastoria was quickly told about it. And at the same time, she was encouraged to apply for it.
After years of cooking for her family, Ambika Randev finally took the advice of her daughter.
After a 30-year career working for Douglas County, Tina Roy accepted a new challenge.
Rather than search out work and submit bids, Clark Weger has decided to stay in one place and hopefully have customers come to him.
Real estate agents, locally and nationally, are getting geared up for what is traditionally their busiest time of the year — from now through October.
Here’s an observation after a recent 2,700-mile trip down through California and Arizona with a side excursion into Nevada, and then back to Oregon. Trucks continue to be everywhere on our roads and highways.
After two years of serving food out of a mobile kitchen, Carrie Frederickson and Kevin Brockelmeyer decided it was time to settle into a stationary location.
There’s a new look, both inside and outside, at the Valley Tire Center store in Myrtle Creek.
Joy Easterly’s long career of baking bread and making soups at the Gay 90’s Ice Cream Parlor & Deli has come to an end.
After two years of being in the works, Ray Bartram’s business venture is no longer on the back burner.
Happy Sunday everyone!
Gary Provencal couldn’t have been happier for his crew when he was notified Kokua Towing had earned the American Towman ACE Award for 2016.
Ten years of thinking about a change and then preparing for it has finally resulted in a change of location for Big Lots.
“There are so many transactions going on right now, it’s not funny.”
The contrasts were extreme.
He was born and raised in Roseburg and was only a 13-year-old when he took the job at the hamburger joint on Harvard Avenue in Roseburg. He worked for owner Sonny Kalinas for several years while attending Fir Grove Elementary School, Fremont Junior High and Roseburg High School. He was a mem…
Brothers Tim and Tom Pruett are finally following in their father’s footsteps. Barry and Sandie Lucchesi are finally getting a rest.
Another Dollar General store has opened in central Douglas County.
When Fitness First would close its facility at 10 p.m. daily, owner Alan Corder knew of people who would later be getting off nightshifts or would be preparing for one. He knew they had no options in Roseburg to work out in the middle of the night.
As if Art Ramirez isn’t busy enough, he’s become a first-time business owner by opening up PNW Pressed.
The move of one thrift store in Roseburg opened up an expansion opportunity for another thrift store.
After two closures earlier this year, the Roseburg Valley Mall is on the verge of an opening this week.
Back in his mid-20s, Kirk Wimber enjoyed running heavy equipment while working for Utah Department of Transportation.
Dr. Alexis Atchinson has made the transition from being an associate dentist in a private practice office to being the owner of a dental office.
The idea to open a women’s clothing store was Travis Tomlinson’s, and he was willing to sacrifice to make it happen.
Leslie Wheeler is ready to do light lifting all the way up to almost heavy lifting.
Two construction projects on the east end of Garden Valley Boulevard in Roseburg are nearing completion.
After years of being employees at the Sutherlin golf course, Brad Seehawer, Scott Simpson and Scott Zielinski have become the course’s owners.