The Roseburg High School Foundation will host its annual scholarship night at 6 p.m. Tuesday via Facebook, where the Future First Citizens will be announced.
About a dozen local volunteers, including students from Fremont Middle School's Future Business Leaders of America, worked Saturday on beautifying the butterfly garden at Stewart Park in Roseburg.
Charis and Corinne Childers turned 16 a few months ago, but they had to wait to get take driver education classes until early March.
Roseburg police fired two sets of stun gun probes in order to subdue a man who was harassing customers, employees and later officers at a Northeast Stephens Street business on Thursday evening.
Laura Harvey, talented and gifted coordinator for the Roseburg school district, won the Oregon Education Association's Presidential Citation Award for Professional Practice and was the only person in the state to receive of the Noel Connell IPD award.
A Winston man was booked into the Douglas County Jail after he reportedly called 911 to report he was stuck in the restroom of a local restaurant Thursday night.
A retired Douglas County Sheriff’s Office deputy has died from duty-related wounds suffered in 1980, Sheriff Jon Hanlin announced Friday night.
As most days have dawned over the past couple of months, driftboat after driftboat have rolled off of trailers and into the Umpqua River system.
An artist. A school psychologist. A zookeeper. A pediatrician. A photographer. A lawyer.
WINCHESTER — Umpqua Community College presidential candidates Ryan Melton, Rachel Pokrandt and Teresa Rivenes had a chance to meet the board of education in person, get a tour of the campus and interact with the community via Zoom as the final portion of the interview process.
Two Roseburg men were booked into the Douglas County Jail after a Roseburg police officer spotted suspicious activity in an alley in southeast Roseburg Wednesday morning.
DRAIN — A baseball coach at North Douglas School District has tested positive for COVID-19, the district announced Wednesday.
The Douglas County COVID-19 Response Team reported three new COVID-19 deaths Thursday, bringing the county’s death toll to 65.
The Douglas County COVID-19 Response Team reported 12 new cases Wednesday.
A Roseburg man was arrested after he reported walked into a local tobacco store, urinated on the floor and kicked a hole in an interior wall Tuesday.
A Douglas Interagency Narcotics Team detective dove into the South Umpqua River to seize a bag containing more than 1 pound of methamphetamine during an attempted traffic stop in Myrtle Creek on Tuesday.
Longtime businessman, state legislator and World War II veteran Bill Markham will be remembered as a man of service to his family and community.
A California man was sentenced to 81 months in the Oregon Department of Corrections after being convicted of methamphetamine delivery.
The water in the Umpqua rivers and their tributaries are safe to fish, boat and play in, according to a new water quality report from the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality.
The Glide School District is offering a reward for information leading to the vandal or vandals who caused damaged to the district’s newly resurfaced high school track and field facility over the weekend.
Another big announcement on COVID-19 eligibility came Tuesday: Every Oregonian 16 and up will become eligible for a vaccine April 19.
Umpqua Community College will continue its virtual town hall meetings with candidates for the position of President on Wednesday and Thursday.
It looks like George Fox University, which had been considered a central component of plans for a medical college in Roseburg, will no longer be the primary academic institution involved in the project.
A Roseburg man is in jail after leading police on a high-speed chase which criss-crossed the city multiple times early Tuesday.
There has been a change of leadership at the Roseburg Fire Department as Fire Marshal Monte Bryan assumed the role of fire chief effective last Thursday.
The Douglas County COVID-19 Response Team reported six new cases and one new death Monday.