The city of Roseburg is on sound financial footing, but has a “somewhat elevated” debt associated with its pension commitments, according to a well-regarded investor service.
The Roseburg City Council, at its regular meeting Monday, voted to accept Councilor Tom Ryan’s resignation and begin the process of filling the council seat. The City is seeking qualified applicants, who live in Ward 2 of Roseburg, to apply for a seat on the City Council. Roseburg residents …
The City of Roseburg continues to make significant strides in a number of areas, including residential and commercial developments, public safety and cracking down on derelict properties, Mayor Larry Rich said at his annual State of the City address Monday.
Chaise Congleton, a 14-year-old Boy Scout with Troop 112 in Glide, had a tough time deciding what to do for his Eagle Scout project.
For at least the second time, the City of Roseburg has received national mention for its efforts to make the community a better place for bicyclists.
There was a bit of a commotion in front of the Roseburg Public Library late Monday afternoon as police confronted several people who had set up a temporary camp, including a clothesline, in a grassy area near the “Welcome to Historic Downtown Roseburg” sign.
MYRTLE CREEK — With a flip of the switch, lights on the Myrtle Creek Christmas tree were turned on at 6 p.m. Saturday, the final part of the eight day community-wide decorating party.
About 500 people braved 38 degrees and rain Saturday evening to watch the annual lighting of the Christmas tree on the Douglas County Courthouse lawn in Roseburg.
It’s been more than 2 1/2 years since the Roseburg City Council settled on a set of goals it wanted to pursue, and on Tuesday, the council met to hammer out its priorities for the next two years.
The City of Roseburg Economic Development Commission is accepting applications for the funding of tourism-related projects within the Roseburg area. All applications submitted must fulfill the objective to attract visitors to Roseburg. These funds are available from the Roseburg hotel/motel …
People celebrating Halloween on Northwest Keasey Street last Thursday in Roseburg got an unpleasant surprise when they were given parking tickets while out trick-or-treating with their families.
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.
After a lengthy discussion ending in a 4-2 vote, the Roseburg City Council approved an ordinance regulating secondhand stores Monday.
At the Roseburg City Council meeting Monday, Mayor Larry Rich announced the city will hold an executive session on July 17 to discuss next steps in the search for a new city manager.
The Roseburg City Council considered whether to give downtown businesses the ability to create outdoor seating on city sidewalks and parking spaces at its regular meeting Monday.
In an effort to offset its legal expenses, the Downtown Roseburg Association will pay the City of Roseburg $10,000 less in contract fees this year.
The visitor center in Roseburg is still open, but people who attended the City Council’s meeting on Monday would have thought otherwise after several city officials said the center was closed.
Myrtle Creek resident Alyssa McConnel earned a name for herself as a government watchdog during the three-and-a-half years she lived in Douglas County.
The Roseburg Library Commission unanimously voted to recommend a library card service contract with interested school districts within Douglas County for $20 per student.
The Roseburg City Council on Monday decided to suspend its city manager hiring process until July 8.