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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.

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An Oregon State Police trooper is on administrative leave after being accused of drunken driving Sunday night and crashing his car west of Roseburg.

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There were feisty kittens playing with plastic covers, cuddly kittens waiting for hugs and sleepy kittens having purr-fect dreams at Saturday’s adoption event by New Beginnings SPCA at Petco in Roseburg’s Garden Valley Shopping Center.

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A Douglas County judge has ruled that a lawsuit filed by Optima LLC against Atrio Health Plans LLC should be transferred to Marion County in Salem, where the Atrio administration offices are now located.

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After several months of being closed, Casa de Belen reopened its doors Monday to provide shelter for transitional housing for Douglas County youth.

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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.

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MYRTLE CREEK — Bonnie Gregory has put her Ye Olde Art Shoppe in Myrtle Creek up for sale and it’s difficult to argue with her logic.

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A Winston man and his two dogs are dead after being involved in a head-on collision in the 1300 block of Willis Creek Road south of Winston, according to the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office.

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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…

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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.

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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.