MYRTLE CREEK — Nathan White was teaching art classes at Coffenberry Middle School on Tuesday when three representatives from Northwest Community Credit Union came in with balloons and a big check.
CRATER LAKE — Officials say the Army Corps of Engineers Road System at Crater Lake National Park is among Oregon’s latest entries in the National Register of Historic Places.
Christmas tree tags will be available from Nov. 25 to Dec. 24 from the Bureau of Land Management’s Roseburg District and the Umpqua National Forest.
The 2019 Douglas County Christmas Tree — a 45-foot-tall Douglas fir tree — arrived Wednesday at the Douglas County Courthouse in Roseburg and was raised into its customary position, front and center on the courthouse lawn.
Safety, security and energy efficiency are the key focuses of a Glendale School District tax levy on the May 2020 ballot and have been at the forefront of discussions regarding the bond from the start.
Saving Grace Pet Adoption Center had an unexpected intake of 24 bunnies and is now looking for foster parents, supplies and adopters.
A lien has been placed on the property in Sutherlin a developer wants to turn into a theme park, which along with permitting issues, have put the project in limbo.
The Roseburg Police Department is warning people of misinformation being spread on social media that is causing “unnecessary alarm.”
Twenty-three babies whose cremated remains had been left on a mortuary shelf were remembered in a ceremony Sunday at Roseburg Memorial Gardens, where the remains have now been buried.
SUTHERLIN — Applying medication to a goat, handling a bull and being able to identify different parasites are just a few of the things Umpqua District FFA students were doing during Thursday evening’s Veterinary Science Career Development Event.
A recent analysis said the population of Douglas County jumped by one-half percent this past year, the lowest population growth rate in Oregon for counties with populations of 100,000 or more.
An inclusive play-based preschool will open in January 2020 on the Eastwood Elementary School campus as a partnership between Roseburg Public Schools and Douglas Education Service District.
COOS BAY — The proposed Jordan Cove liquefied natural gas terminal and its 230-mile feeder pipeline in southern Oregon would have some adverse and significant impacts, according to staff at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
Roseburg Forest Products laid off about 30 employees at its Dillard plywood plant Friday, citing “unfavorable conditions in the North American plywood market” as the reason for the move.
The Umpqua Valley Audubon Society will present "Carnivores & More: Remote Camera Surveys in the Umpqua Valley" at 7 p.m. Nov. 20 in the Ford Room of the Roseburg Public Library, 1409 NE Diamond Lake Blvd., Roseburg.
Next year residents of Douglas County should see continued low unemployment, a strong housing market for homeowners offset by a shortage of affordable housing and a relatively steady forest products industry, a panel of experts said this week at the Economic Forecast 2020. However, looming o…
U.S. Sens. Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley introduced legislation Thursday that would bar county officials from using timber safety net money for lobbying trips.
A missing father-daughter duo has been found deceased in the Umpqua River by search crews, according to the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office.
Jackson County Sheriff’s Office detectives arrested Shane Ryan Micheal Wayman, 21, for the murder of his roommate Destiny Anne Finch, 20, on Tuesday morning.
A Douglas County judge is considering two motions by Atrio Health Plans, Inc., to move a lawsuit filed in Douglas County against Optima, LLC, to Marion County and to consolidate the lawsuit with one that Atrio filed against Optima.
Veterans and active military personnel got some help with their dental needs Wednesday during Freedom Smiles day at Dr. Alanson Randol’s dental offices in Roseburg.
Education for foster children who are housed by the Douglas County Juvenile Department will be taken over by the Douglas Education Service District, according to an announcement made by Douglas County Commissioner Tim Freeman at Wednesday’s commissioner’s meeting.
It’s been more than 2 1/2 years since the Roseburg City Council settled on a set of goals it wanted to pursue, and on Tuesday, the council met to hammer out its priorities for the next two years.
More than 20 babies whose cremated remains had sat on local mortuary shelves, some for as many as 70 years, will receive a memorial service at 3 p.m. Sunday at Roseburg Memorial Gardens.
Umpqua Community College will increase its nursing program from 48 students to 64 students, according to President Debra Thatcher's report, which she will provide to the college's board of directors at its monthly meeting on Wednesday.