A cycling event, a bowling tournament and a new food and event guide are just three of the projects that the City of Roseburg is giving money to in an effort to boost tourism in the area in the face of the continued spread of the coronavirus.
For sisters Ashley Greenwalt and Courtney Greenwalt Schlueter, it was a dream come true. In fact, the date is committed to memory: Jan. 20, 2021.
SUTHERLIN — Sandy Mayor Stan Pulliam told area residents he’s running for governor because he has seen the impact of state COVID-19 mandates on small businesses across the state.
A tsunami advisory was issued Saturday morning for the West Coast after an underwater volcano erupted near Tonga.
The American Red Cross in Roseburg is asking people to donate as the nation faces its worst blood shortage in a decade.
Two state legislators told the state House Committee on Business and Labor this week that healthcare workers, grocery checkout clerks and others who worked in high-risk jobs during the pandemic should get one-time relief payments from the state.
An overturned dump truck on Lookingglass Road limited traffic for nearly an hour Thursday while crews cleaned up spilled gravel and the truck was eventually flipped back into its upright position.
Devin Lee McNamara has entered a no contest plea on a charge of second-degree murder in relation to the Feb. 23, 2021, fatal shooting at the Budget 16 Motel in Roseburg.
The Douglas County COVID-19 Response Team is reporting 517 new positive cases and 25 presumptive cases of the coronavirus this week, with the total number of cases to date now surpassing 15,000, according to Wednesday’s report.
A Roseburg man was cited after locking himself inside Harvard Medical Park early Wednesday morning, according to police.
Republican congressional candidate Alek Skarlatos reported his campaign raised more than $425,000 in the fourth quarter of 2021.
Roseburg school board members discussed the next round of polling for a proposed bond on Wednesday while concerns surrounding the possibility of remote learning were addressed.
State Rep. Christine Goodwin will run for the state Legislature this year, but not in the district she currently serves.
Another 16 insurance companies filed a joint lawsuit against PacifiCorp and its subisidiary, Pacific Power, in connection with damages from the Archie Creek Fire.
Douglas County Commissioner Tim Freeman has been appointed to a seat on the National Association of Oregon Counties Western Interstate Region Board of Directors.
Glide Revitalization has reportedly pulled out of its plan to negotiate a 99-year no-cost lease with the Glide School District aimed at proposed improvements to the vacant athletic fields between the current high school and former middle school properties.
Harold Lee Smith, of Roseburg, has been sentenced to 110 months in the Oregon Department of Corrections after pleading no contest to delivery of methamphetamine and heroin.
A Roseburg man is in jail for shooting someone in the foot following an argument in the Carl’s Jr. parking lot.
A new drive-thru vaccination clinic is in place next to the Roseburg Public Library and will be offering free COVID-19 vaccines and boosters through the end of January.
A former Umpqua Community College student is suing the school and an employee for saying she used drugs while pregnant, resulting in public humiliation and a damaged reputation.
An infectious wave of clapping sounded across gym bleachers at Robertson Memorial Gym as Savanna Levering and her teammates finished their final performance in Saturday’s cheer competition.
A new state guidance is urging schools to hit the pause button on all extracurricular activities for the next month as COVID-19 cases surge.
Water’s rushing through Douglas County’s streams and rivers and the snowpack looks good.
First responders, community members and even Mother Nature helped the Roseburg Fire Department welcome the newest member of its fleet Wednesday morning.
2021 was a busy year for county officials and workers, marked by COVID-19 vaccination efforts, Archie Creek Fire restoration and the return of the vital Secure Rural Schools federal payments that give a substantial boost to county funds, Douglas County Commissioner Tom Kress said.
A Douglas County Jail inmate who was ordered to be moved to the Oregon State Hospital for a psychological evaluation cannot go there because the hospital is overrun with COVID-19 cases.
Roseburg police last week opened an investigation into alleged animal abuse involving a Roseburg-based dog trainer.