Glide High School senior Caidyn Cunningham received the $5,000 Yasmin Treki Memorial Scholarship.
Ashley Backen of Roseburg and Angus Kjos of Tenmile will each receive a $1,500 scholarship from the Associated Oregon Loggers scholarship committee.
Field trips and large group gatherings are not allowed under current state guidelines, which means summer activities for children are altered, postponed or canceled to help curb the spread of the coronavirus.
Licensed and classified employees from the North Douglas School District have no confidence in the district’s superintendent Terry Bennett, according to a letter sent to the school board on May 8.
Roseburg Public Schools projects scheduled to be completed during the summer and beyond have been put on hold to give the school board time to reflect on the failed school bond measure and the state budget forecast.
Most of Roseburg High School's senior class received diplomas Saturday, as part of the school's altered graduation ceremony due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Sharing her life experiences with students and going the extra mile for them, as well as the district, has earned Riddle Junior/Senior High School life science teacher Beverly Scott the title of 2021 Oregon Regional Teacher of the Year.
GLIDE — Once you enter Glide, there’s a row of signs with the names of all 46 Glide High School seniors lined up just outside the high school, along Highway 138E.
COVID-19 has canceled and postponed many activities and events, but it is not stopping the Douglas County Program for Student Success and STEAM Hub from having their sixth annual Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math Extravaganza.
SALEM — Oregon Department of Education is partnering with the Council of Chief State School Officers and XQ Institute in support of Graduate Together: America Honors the High School Class of 2020, a one-hour, commercial-free primetime graduation special to be broadcast Saturday.
The school district, school board and teachers union in Roseburg are all waiting to hear the state’s budget forecast on May 20 before making any major adjustments, but it doesn’t mean they’re not preparing possible scenarios.
The pride I feel for the people of our community cannot be overstated, and despite the challenges and difficulties as a result of COVID-19, our community has responded with strength and grace. Our parents, students, teachers and staff have shown persistence, resilience, creativity, teamwork …
When the Glendale School Board decided to ask voters to support a bond levy this May, they started with one non-negotiable: the rate must not increase. Any improvements to the infrastructure of the Glendale School District would have to come from the amount of money generated by the $0.47 pe…
As Douglas County gets ready to reopen certain businesses amid the coronavirus pandemic, new rules for child care providers around the state were released Wednesday which remain strict in an effort to focus on public health.
Umpqua Community College’s board of education voted to cancel its Toyota T-Ten and general automotive programs and begin work immediately toward establishing a new one-year automotive certificate program.
Being a high school senior amid the coronavirus pandemic has come with cancellations of prom, sports seasons, graduations and goodbyes to friends, but a Facebook page has helped alleviate some of those burdens for more than 10,000 graduates nationwide.
High school juniors and seniors with an interest in pursuing careers in public service, history or political science are encouraged to apply for the United States Senate Youth Program.
Melrose Elementary School is living up to the school’s “Where the Roots Run Deep” motto, as it moved the traditional marble season to a virtual format amid the coronavirus pandemic and school closures.
MYRTLE CREEK — For more than 50 years, the hamburger restaurant in Myrtle Creek, now known as Tommy’s All-American Burgers, has been a place where high school students would get their first job.
Roseburg Police Department posted five story time videos where staff members read books to children who are stuck at home during the coronavirus pandemic.
As ballots have been sent to voters throughout Douglas County, those living within the boundaries of the Roseburg school district are asked to vote on a $94 million bond levy that is said to improve safety, security, vocational education and make improvements districtwide.