The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office isn’t involved in monitoring anti-Jordan Cove Energy Project activists’ social media accounts, according to Brad O’Dell, spokesman for the sheriff’s office.
The tax levy for the 20-year bond to improve Douglas High School will be lower than expected, according to the Winston-Dillard School District.
A former Riddle teacher accused of stealing more than $80,000 from the school district has been sentenced to a week in jail, 23 days on work crew, plus several other conditions of a plea agreement.
Douglas County Clerk Patricia Hitt announced Monday morning she will step down from her position in order to spend more time with her family.
As the Roseburg Area Chamber of Commerce rolled into 2019, we knew it would be a year of changes, challenges and chances. Chances to provide new and expanded services to our members and the Douglas County business community. Well, 2019 has not disappointed.
Members of the Sutherlin Tourism Committee will see their hard work come to fruition on Thursday when gates open for the first Sutherlin Country Concert.
A permanent modular-style classroom building was installed at Sutherlin Middle School over the summer to accommodate the middle school’s first class of sixth-grade students.
With blow-up planets, an assortment of activities and a short presentation, the University of Oregon Museum of Natural and Cultural History taught youth in the area about space, Earth and our place in the universe.
Adrenaline still pumping, Brad Cooley stepped out of his 1986 Toyota Tercel and took off his helmet after his last race on a hot Saturday afternoon.
The Conference on Extraordinary Living, an all-day community event with educational workshops and activities for those 50 and over, will return to Umpqua Community College on Sept. 13.
Jane Harvey was one of two Roseburg High School students who attended the Congress of Future Medical Leaders in Boston, Massachusettes last June.
NEWPORT — With sunlight sparkling off surrounding Yaquina Bay, workers are putting up an ocean-studies building, smack in the middle of an area expected to one day be hit by a tsunami.
GLIDE — Three members of a five-man crew felled trees perched precariously close to the edge of an unstable hillside above Little River Road Wednesday.
After a member of the staff at the Boys & Girls Club of the Umpqua Valley was arrested on Aug. 2, officials at the club say they took immediate action by terminating the staff member and banning him from any club programs or facilities.
Alek Skarlatos announced Thursday he plans to run for the U.S. House of Representatives seat currently held by Peter DeFazio, D-Springfield.
Alexander Williams, 11, built a fully-functioning, 4-foot-long pinball machine out of cardboard, Popsicle sticks and rubber bands. A player can launch a ping pong ball using a paper towel roll and rubber band and guide it through the machine with Popsicle stick levers.
CAMAS VALLEY — Don Wonsley has spent the last month in an office at Camas Valley Charter School, a luxury that was hard to imagine when he was a high school student himself.
Despite a settlement between Roseburg Forest Products and the City of Weed, both sides of a long-running water dispute still face some unfinished business in court.
The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is seeking information about a missing Roseburg man and his 2-year-old daughter who were reported missing Monday.
A six-week walking group for women veterans will begin at noon Aug. 13 at the Roseburg VA Medical Center Building 2 Women's Lobby, 913 NW Garden Valley Blvd., Roseburg.