A Roseburg man reached speed of 90-100 mph during a police chase that originated in downtown Roseburg Sunday afternoon, according to police.
Fly fishing on the Umpqua, riding on the Oregon Dunes, stopping for a meal and a night’s sleep before heading to Crater Lake.
From its trajectory as Native American habitat to the World’s prune capital to a railroad and logging area, the Pioneer & Indian Museum in Canyonville will give its visitors a history lesson of Douglas County’s South Umpqua Valley.
The Student Success Act, touted as a solution for funding woes facing Oregon schools, has been decried by some Douglas County business owners as bad for business and bad for consumers.
Margaret Long of Glide had been approved to join the Pleasant Hill clay target club when the Winston-Dillard School District decided to start a club at Douglas High School.
Thirteen Navy and Air Force veterans who served during World War II, the Korean War and the Vietnam War were honored Thursday at the Roseburg National Cemetery Annex. It was the last of three days of services for 28 veterans whose remains were forgotten on a shelf for decades at a local mortuary.
Students in Oakland Elementary School’s fourth grade classrooms are part of a Native American tribe during their social science studies, with their teacher as the chief.
Local nonprofits continue to make progress on rehabilitation for Roseburg’s historic Willis House, despite a recent setback.
A Roseburg resident posted a video on Facebook around noon Thursday showing a school bus making a U-turn on a local Interstate 5 on-ramp to go against the flow of traffic.
The Veterans for Peace 181 will hold a protest against a possible war with Iran from 2 to 4 p.m. Friday in front of Fred Meyer on Garden Valley Boulevard in Roseburg.
Learning about fire management and wildlife were some of the best things Umpqua Valley Christian School fifth graders Jonathan Salchenberg and Kaiden Diaz experienced during the 58th Douglas County School Forestry Tour on Wednesday at the Glide Educational Forest.
The Music on the Half Shell 2019 lineup will feature bands from as far away as Australia, Cuba and Scotland with diverse musical styles intended to offer a little taste of everything to audiences at Stewart Park.
The Grocery Outlet under construction in Myrtle Creek is preparing for opening day with a hiring fair at noon on Thursday at the Grand Victorian Theatre.
WINCHESTER — Umpqua Community College’s board of directors unanimously voted to restructure president Debra Thatcher’s contract, which includes a nearly 18% raise, during the May 8 board meeting.
Roseburg Public Schools is hosting a community input meeting on the long-range facilities plan at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at the district office at 1419 NW Valley View Drive.
The Roseburg City Council on Monday decided to suspend its city manager hiring process until July 8.
The woman who allegedly stole a firearm and ammunition belonging to a custodian at Roseburg High School on April 30 will be arraigned on felony charges on Wednesday, May 22.
WINCHESTER — Roseburg High School’s 27th annual Evening of Excellence was held on Monday, where students were honored for taking care of others in the hallway.