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Take a tour through the reconstruction of historic Fort Umpqua while historic re-enactors demonstrate the life of a pioneer.

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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…

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Food trucks, live music and timeless historical artifacts are in store at the Douglas County Museum’s Mammoth 50th Anniversary party – a free event to thank the community for its generous contributions to the museum’s collection of items and oral histories.

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Oakland, Oregon: The town that time forgot, but we hope that people don’t forget. One hundred years ago Oakland was the center of commerce at the end of the rail line. Everyone came to Oakland to ship their wool, hay, turkeys and timber to bigger markets. Other local cities have long since s…

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Umpqua Health Alliance, one of the first coordinated care organizations authorized by the Oregon Health Authority in 2012, received failing marks in four of six categories and was one of the four CCOs that only received a one-year contract.

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Three days after Gemma, a 5-year-old chihuahua mix, ingested methamphetamine, people made sure the dog’s veterinary bills totaling over $500 at Umpqua Low-Cost Veterinary Services were paid in full.

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Nearly 60 Cub Scouts and their leaders have converged at the Roseburg Rod & Gun Club for five days of Cub Day Camp. On Wednesday, during “How the West was Fun,” boys rotated to different activities, including Cherokee stick ball, Pony Express Relay, dutch oven cooking and archery. The ca…

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Roseburg’s first Graffiti Night Cruise happened on July 10, 1982 on Harvard Avenue. It was the brainchild of Richard Dickman who thought it would be fun to relive the 1950s when “draggin’ the gut” in the muscle cars was popular, and just hanging out on the strip.

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Ian Hutchins of Roseburg on Tuesday filed a lawsuit against the Grand Victorian Theater alleging owners Marcus and Joanne Ogle did not pay him $2,500 for directing and starring in the Rocky Horror Show, court documents show.

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Another Riddle Sawdust Jubilee has come and gone with a big bang! There were many events, booths and activities and a parade to highlight our small town. While we are recovering from this event we would like to take this opportunity to thank all the vendors, sponsors and volunteers who put i…