The deadline to vote in Tuesday’s special election is drawing near, and Douglas County Clerk Dan Loomis warns it’s too late to send in ballots by mail and be sure they’ll arrive on time.
Republican legislators serving Douglas County think the governor’s COVID-19 executive orders are gone too far and it’s time for the Legislature to step in.
Several volunteers and area foster children rolled up their sleeves to brighten their collective environment during the 13th annual “Red Day” community service event Thursday.
Nearly 14 months to the day since the World Health Organization declared a coronavirus pandemic, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention eased mask-wearing guidance for fully vaccinated people on Thursday, allowing them to stop wearing masks outdoors in crowds and in most indoor settings.
WINCHESTER — Umpqua Community College’s board of education agreed to form a steering committee to examine the feasibility of a residential fire station for students.
Roseburg police and firefighters are investigation a possible arson after discovering a small grass fire below the Washington Street Bridge on Wednesday.
The Douglas County COVID-19 Response Team announced nine new positive test cases and one presumptive positive in its report Wednesday.
Two people were arrested after the Douglas Interagency Narcotics Team executed a search warrant at a home near Sunnyslope Elementary School in Green Tuesday night.
Each of Oregon’s state legislators was asked to submit projects this week for how they’d like to see millions of dollars in federal COVID-19 relief money spent in their districts.
Douglas County saw a rise in coronavirus cases and hospitalizations, according to the Douglas County COVID-19 Response Team’s Tuesday report.
Tony Roth was taking his usual ride home after an ordinary day at work: north on Old Highway 99 on his way to his home in the Garden Valley area.
The Douglas County COVID-19 Response Team reported 15 new positive and presumptive coronavirus cases in its daily Sunday and Monday reports.
Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Search & Rescue is continuing its search for a Roseburg man who did not return from a camping trip in the Toketee area last week.
There’s plenty to see on the 40-acre piece of land next to Eastwood Elementary School in Roseburg called the Eastwood Nature Area.
Jeff Marotz’s pet Chihuahua Tyson may only be about the size of a football, but he’s a pretty good watchdog when it comes to guarding the 34-foot RV the two of them call home. So when Tyson started growling and barking in the early morning hours of April 14, Marotz figured something was up.
The special election has a full slate of school board candidates throughout the county, and some of the small schools have contested races that will be decided upon by voters on May 18.
Jake Petetit of Lookingglass brought his new Willie Drift Boat into town for an inspection Saturday.
The Douglas County COVID-19 Response Team reported two new cases Saturday.
The Land Use Board of Appeals on Tuesday rejected a dredging permit sought by the Jordan Cove Energy Project.
OAKLAND — Richard and Donna Rawson have made it their mission to be stewards of their 66-acre forested property and its natural resources.
The Douglas County COVID-19 Response Team reported 14 new cases Thursday.
A newly proposed bill would bar state Sen. Dallas Heard, R-Myrtle Creek, from holding office in the Oregon Republican Party while simultaneously serving as a state elected official.
A Winston woman was arrested twice in less than 24 hours on suspicion of stealing two cars Tuesday and Wednesday.
Roseburg City Councilor Sheila Cox, who spent more than 30 years serving the city, first as city recorder and most recently as a member of the council, has tendered her resignation due to a family emergency.
City of Roseburg contractors began a two-week construction project Monday evening in the area of West Harvard Avenue and West Harrison Street.
With the clock winding down on her efforts to keep her pet chickens, Ashley Hicks has taken what may possibly be her last chance: appealing to the very city council that she had an often testy relationship with during her four-year tenure.
The Douglas County COVID-19 Response Team announced 10 new positive cases of the coronavirus in its daily report Wednesday.