Wells continue to struggle to pull water from underground water sources. Rivers and streams in the Umpqua Basin have gotten so low one could nearly walk across them.
Douglas County’s death toll related to COVID-19 has risen to 195 as the county reported seven such deaths in its Wednesday report.
Carlos Mencia may be a nationally recognized comedian with a host of movies, TV shows, and albums to his credit, but the money he owes the IRS and the three Roseburg properties he stands to lose over those debts is no laughing matter.
A corporal with the Roseburg Police Department has been returned to active duty after a grand jury found his shooting of a suspect on the evening of Sept. 9 was justified.
Aviva Health is closing out its pre-emergency room triage support at CHI Mercy Medical Center on Wednesday because of the “tapering daily COVID-19 cases,” according to a press release.
Rain this past weekend and cooler weather forecast for coming days means that campfires are now allowed at designated county parks and campgrounds.
Umpqua Community College is seeking applicants for the Zone 2 board member position.
In the parking lot of a building where people gather to mourn loss, new life was brought into the world.
An area man was arrested after he reportedly attempted to rape and ultimately assaulted a 60-year-old woman near the Jackson Street Bridge on Tuesday afternoon.
The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office announced the sudden and unexpected death of K-9 Grim.
Douglas County reported an average of 40 positive and presumptive cases of COVID-19 between Saturday and Monday after nearly a month of daily cases in the triple digits.
The past weekend’s significant rain event led to remarkably low fire activity and high humidities on the number of wildfires burning in Douglas County.
Students and veterans will be welcomed to the Southern Oregon Trade Careers Expo on Sept. 28 at 7 Feathers Casino Resort.
Organizers are seeking volunteers and entrants for the 2021 Veterans Day Parade in Roseburg.
The City of Roseburg is claiming victory in a legal dispute over whether a shave ice truck can operate on weekends at Stewart Park following a decision by a state land use board, while the attorney for the owner of the business said the fight is not over.
Scott Wadsworth has long been a carpenter by trade and a blacksmith by hobby, so he started a YouTube channel called Essential Craftsman 5 years ago with tutorials on blacksmithing.
Twenty-eight students from Melrose and Hucrest Elementary schools were paired with members of the Roseburg Elks Lodge No. 326 or other volunteers for the Elk’s annual John Little’s Kids Back to School Shopping Spree.
Haren, Calkins make President’s List
About 50 competitors ranging in age from 9 to 58 encountered obstacles of all kinds as they followed a route about 3 miles long Saturday at Umpqua Community College.
By 9 a.m. Saturday, people were lined up outside the door to Douglas Hall, eagerly waiting to see the guns and knives vendors were selling at the Roseburg Gun & Knife Show.
State Sen. Dallas Heard, R-Myrtle Creek, said he turned up at Douglas High School Wednesday morning for a speech that some students invited him to give, but the administration kicked him out.