The three incumbents for Douglas County commissioner have already begun receiving donations for their 2022 reelection campaigns.
The Douglas County Board of Commissioners will intervene in a federal lawsuit over the fate of roadside trees burned during the 2020 Archie Creek Fire.
CANYONVILLE — The Oregon Transportation Commission has awarded Douglas County a $2 million grant that aims to make it safer for students, staff and parents to travel to Canyonville School.
The Christmas tree that was installed at the Douglas County Courthouse in Roseburg last year will be replaced next month.
Former Roseburg City Councilor Ashley Hicks has filed to run against Douglas County Commissioner Chris Boice in 2022.
Efforts by the city of Roseburg to open a one-stop homeless shelter hit a roadblock Wednesday when the deadline for submissions from agencies wanting to run the shelter came and went, and not a single group bid for the contract.
All three Douglas County commissioners have filed for reelection in 2022, and one of them has a challenger.
The City of Roseburg is accepting applications from city residents interested in serving on the Roseburg Planning Commission.
A Roseburg public works employee has earned national recognition for the work he did in renovating one of the city’s oldest parks.
Everyone loves their parks, and Roseburg city officials are trying to shake some federal money loose to make some significant improvements at Stewart Park.
Saving Grace Pet Adoption Center will be able to perform more spay and neuter services for its adoptable pets thanks to a grant the center recently received from the Douglas County government.
The Douglas County government is about to purchase land next to the Douglas County Landfill from a man who once battled the county about its operation there.
Two young brothers were emotionally, physically and sexually abused while in the care of a Douglas County foster home, according to a civil complaint filed recently against the state and the Department of Human Services that is seeking more than $5 million in damages.
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.
Rain this past weekend and cooler weather forecast for coming days means that campfires are now allowed at designated county parks and campgrounds.
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.
Traveling by foot, bicycle or car to Green Elementary School is expected to be safer now, with new improvements to Carnes Road.
About 250,000 masks and 3,800 packages of sanitizing hand wipes has been received by the Douglas County Board of Commissioners.
Oregon’s unemployment rate dropped to 4.9% in August from 5.2% in July, marking the first time the state’s unemployment rate dipped below 5% since March 2020, when the rate was 3.6%.
The owner of the Comfort Inn in Roseburg has agreed to pay a $30,000 fine for overcharging people as they fled the Archie Creek Fire last year.
The owners of Nickabob’s Meat Market in Roseburg are looking to move into a new, larger building, and they’re hoping the federal government can help them do it.
Plans for a housing development in the city of Sutherlin — which at 53 homes is the largest proposed project in nearly a decade — won initial approval this week.
The deadline to submit proposals to the city of Roseburg to operate a homeless shelter with connected services, also known as a navigation center, has been pushed back a month, from Sept. 9 to Oct. 13.
Any day now the city of Roseburg is expecting to receive about $2.6 million from federal legislation intended to help local governments offset costs and lost revenue associated with the coronavirus pandemic. The city is in line to get another $2.6 million from the same legislation next year.