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 Public Works plans to resume sending leachate from the Douglas County Landfill to the Winston-Green Sanitary Treatment Plant by the end of this week or beginning of next, Public Works Director Scott Adams said Thursday.
U.S. District Judge Ann Aiken heard arguments Wednesday in the case of a former Douglas County Jail inmate who alleged she was left in pain for months after being refused medication for a nerve condition.
A woman who claims she was mistreated at the Douglas County Jail was set to be back in federal District Court in Eugene on Wednesday afternoon.
The Douglas County Parks Department has closed down two restroom facilities at River Forks County Park west of Roseburg while two new restroom facilities are constructed and installed.
In a special meeting Monday, the Roseburg City Council authorized city staff to apply for a grant to help provide business education to low and middle-income people.
The state Land Use Board of Appeals has ruled against Douglas County’s plan to allow 20-acre parcels in some rural parts of the county.
Douglas County Chief Financial Officer Jessica Hansen and the Douglas County Management and Finance Department have received a Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting from the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada.
The Douglas County Solid Waste Advisory Committee voted Wednesday to recommend a minimum fee of $12 to deposit trash at the Douglas County landfill and transfer stations.
Douglas County Clerk Patricia Hitt announced Monday morning she will step down from her position in order to spend more time with her family.
GLIDE — Three members of a five-man crew felled trees perched precariously close to the edge of an unstable hillside above Little River Road Wednesday.
On Saturday afternoon at the Douglas County Fair, Kendall Holcomb, 12, a member of the Elkton Wranglers 4-H club, shoveled manure from the barn where her Hereford Angus cows quietly chewed their cud.
Douglas County Public Works will continue its annual chip seal road repairs next week on Melqua and Elgarose roads west of Roseburg.
Douglas County Fair Director Dan Hults said Thursday’s fair attendance was about the same as Thursday last year, but overall attendance for all three days is higher than for 2018’s fair.
William Rowe worried he’d be late as he waited outside the Roseburg Public Library on a warm Thursday afternoon in July for the UTrans bus he needed to take him to work at Taco Bell.
Douglas County Public Works has begun its annual chip seal program, repairing Douglas County roadways. It’s a project that will continue through mid-September, and drivers should be prepared for delays up to 20 minutes while work is underway.
At the Roseburg City Council meeting Monday, councilors questioned lobbyists who worked to obtain state funding for a proposed allied and mental health college in Roseburg.
Decisions on fee waivers for private companies wanting to offload demolition and other waste at the Douglas County Landfill may soon be made at a public meeting by the Solid Waste Advisory Committee, rather than be decided administratively by the county’s public works director.
The Douglas County Planning Commission on Thursday approved the location of a commercial explosives and storage operation near Yoncalla.
The Douglas County Planning Commission tabled proposed amendments to its land use development ordinance that were scheduled for a legislative hearing at the commission meeting Thursday.
Special Agent Eric Martenson of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Criminal Investigation Division visited Douglas County on July 10 and asked questions about an incident involving Douglas County Landfill leachate, according to several local officials and a property owner adjacent to t…
Douglas County Commissioner Tim Freeman was invited to the White House to hear President Donald Trump speak about the environment.
The City of Roseburg will remain a funding partner for a proposed allied and mental health college despite the project receiving less money from the Oregon State Legislature than city officials hoped, they said.