Roseburg Police K-9 Nike spent his third birthday showing an alleged car thief what happens when you pretend to surrender — not once, but twice.
Two additional applicants filed for the interim Douglas County Clerk position by the Friday deadline. Both currently work in the Douglas County Clerk’s Office.
About 150 protesters stood on the sidewalk outside Fred Meyer on Northwest Garden Valley Boulevard on Friday to call for action on climate change. Climate strikes were being held around the country the same day.
Minestrone soup was on the menu Thursday for the students signed up for the after-school program Kids in the Kitchen at Jo Lane Middle School.
U.S. Senate candidate Paul Romero, Jr. believes socialism is growing in the Democratic Party, and he believes Oregon Democrats are increasingly disenchanted with their party because of it.
The Roseburg Veterans Affairs Medical Center will host a free Veterans Stand Down at 8:30 a.m. Sept. 25 in the Building 16 auditorium at the VA campus, 913 NW Garden Valley Blvd., Roseburg.
Community rights will be the topic of a presentation at 6 p.m. Sept. 24 in the Roseburg Public Library, 1409 NE Diamond Lake Blvd.
Douglas County school districts North Douglas, Elkton and Oakland scored above the state average on school assessments for English and math, according to results released Thursday by the Oregon Department of Education.
Admission will be free Saturday to the Douglas County Museum of Natural & Cultural History, in celebration of the 14th annual National Museum Day.
WINCHESTER — Umpqua Basin Water Association officials said Thursday the threat from Wednesday’s sewage spill has passed and the association is again taking in water from the North Umpqua River.
A 19-year-old man was injured after flipping his car on the northbound lanes of Interstate 5 near the West Harvard Avenue on-ramp Wednesday morning.
Mark Hopfer taught at Days Creek School District for 38 years before retiring in 2011, but it hasn’t slowed his passion for educating students.
Hucrest Elementary School students and staff start their day at school with a morning meeting each day. We see every class as a family who starts each day with a family meeting at the carpet.
MELROSE — Visitors to the sixth annual K-9s in the Grapevines event Saturday night at Melrose Vineyards watched police K-9s chase down “suspects” fleeing from police and then hanging on until police officers gave the command to let go.
Dan Loomis, an Army veteran and former Douglas County commissioner candidate, is the first person to file to run for Douglas County clerk in 2020.
Douglas County Sheriff John Hanlin filed Friday to run for reelection to a fourth term, according to the Douglas County Elections Office.
A Roseburg High graduate used his video filming talents to document plastic pollution in the Pacific Ocean during an 80-day sailing expedition earlier this summer.
WINSTON — The Winston-Dillard Melon Festival, in its 51st year, began with overcast skies Saturday morning before giving way to blue skies and sun on a day that began with a parade and carried over to Riverbend Park.
A back to school event at Fremont Middle School doubled as a celebration of becoming the first Blue Zones Project Umpqua approved middle school last Monday.
A former groundskeeper for the Glide School District has been convicted on six counts in connection with sexually abusing his stepdaughter.
With protesters from the timber support group #TimberUnity gathered along the road, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown arrived at the Swanson Group Manufacturing studmill at about 10:45 a.m. Friday for a tour of the mill and a meeting with representatives from several sectors of the local business commu…