Douglas County fared better than the state average in the latest results of the Oregon Tobacco Retail Enforcement Inspection, conducted by the Oregon Health Alliance in January.
Farmers markets in Douglas County provide locally grown fresh fruits and vegetables for consumers. Amanda Pastoria, the director of the Umpqua Valley Farmers Market talked recently about the year-round market, what is available and the health benefits, with host Lisa Platt on Talking Health …
Treating and preventing HIV infections was the topic of a recent interview on CHI Mercy’s Talking Health program on News Radio 1240 KQEN.
A Roseburg woman and her son, who have faced a series of tough challenges hope to get their lives back — with a little help from the Umpqua Valley Habitat for Humanity.
Accidents can happen at any time, but being prepared and aware can help. Which is why several emergency responders came together to share prevention tips and talk about how local emergency services teams work together to make our community safer.
Residents in rural parts Douglas County will soon have a more convenient option for getting fresh fruits and vegetables without having to drive long distances.