Mark your calendars! March 21 is the 50th Anniversary of the Greatest of the Grape and we welcome all of you to attend this grand gala event.
The scene inside the Roseburg High School gymnasium was right out of an Indian basketball game or wrestling match. About 300 fans were in the stands cheering on their teams while the announcer called the action and the referee made sure the rules were followed.
U.S. Sen. Jeff Merkley received a national award last week for his efforts to save Wolf Creek Job Corps and the other 24 Job Corps Civilian Conservation Centers like it across the country.
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Brandi and Leo Voepel stay busy. They were in the middle of expanding their Pacific Fitness gym in Winston — building a two-story, nearly 7,000 square-foot facility across the street from their current 4,000 square-foot gym — when the opportunity to open a gym in Myrtle Creek appeared.
A Winchester Bay teenager pulled out an AR-15 and began shooting it inside his home after getting into an argument with his mother about his cell phone, according to the Douglas County Sheriff's Office.
“Dear: veteren. I respect all that you have don for the comunity,” “Strong veteran. Strong heart. Enjoy your Valentine’s day” and “Thanks for everything” were among the messages children wrote in Valentine’s Day cards that would be delivered to veterans.
Roseburg Public Schools will enter into arbitration with ex-employee Elaine Logan regarding a breach of contract lawsuit initiated by the school district in November 2019.
A federal decision on the proposed Jordan Cove Energy Project and Pacific Connector Pipeline appears to have been delayed a week.
Douglas County voters could have a chance this November to weigh in on whether they’d like to ditch Oregon and join the Gem State.
Ashtyn Hooten, Brighid Rickman, Colby Fairbairn, Isabelle Hervey and Quinlan Wedge were named semifinalist for the 2020 Future First Citizen Award by the Roseburg High School Foundation.
Winston-Dillard School District honored three of its elementary school students with the Superintendent Academic Award for February 2020.
Ever wonder how big a record-sized bull elk would look like in real life? Or, for that matter, the mount of an Oregon state record Columbian whitetail buck that was tagged in the Drain area back in 1949?
A California man was arrested Thursday morning after police found him in a rented vehicle near the Roseburg Regional Airport with three teenage females in the back, according to the Roseburg Police Department.
A black angus steer, that escaped its trailer near milepost 124 on Thursday morning, eluded police and its owner before it was later euthanized at the Roseburg High School parking lot.
The Oregon Court of Appeals has determined Oregon Secretary of State Bev Clarno was wrong when she tossed out three petitions from environmentalists that could have brought tighter forestry regulations to the voters.
Edward Villarreal will be the new district safety coordinator for Roseburg Public Schools, following the school board’s approval during Wednesday’s meeting.
”The Last Full Measure,” a film about an Air Force hero with Douglas County connections, will have its final showing Thursday in a two-week run at Roseburg Cinema.
After a year-and-a-half wait, The News-Review has received a copy of a report by federal investigators looking into concerns about the Roseburg Veterans Affairs Medical Center’s former emergency department operations.
School Exclusion Day is Feb. 19, and the Oregon Health Authority’s Immunization Program requires that children who are missing required immunizations will not be allowed to attend school or child care starting that day until their immunizations are brought up to date.
Matthew Ewing Kelm of Roseburg is in jail after Douglas County Sheriff’s Office K-9 Zoro tracked him down following a vehicle pursuit.
Teamwork, problem solving and leadership are the fundamentals of the Calapooia 4-H team of six boys who recently won a robot programming award at the FIRST Lego League Oregon State Tournament in Portland.