An elderly woman died Sunday afternoon in a mobile home fire in the Northpark Mobile Village in north Roseburg.
Police responded to a reported shooting underneath the Stewart Parkway bridge Sunday afternoon after two victims claimed they had been shot during an incident at a homeless camp in the area.
Happy 2019 from the Sutherlin Area Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Center! We are pleased to be moving forward on several networking and educational opportunities during the first quarter.
In the back storage area of the Umpqua Low-Cost Veterinary Services clinic, there’s an office and a small room with a bed. Julia Russill, the clinic’s founder and director, sleeps there when a sick pet requires overnight monitoring.
When eighth-graders walk to school, kindergartners hop off the bus and high school students pull into campus parking lots, our schools welcome them with open arms. Teachers, administrators and staff take responsibility for all of our 6,000-plus students throughout the day, with a mission to …
For one group of fourth- and fifth-graders, the grand opening of the Roseburg Public Library this month offered more than the chance to celebrate with the community.
The Roseburg Elks Lodge held its annual Hoop Shoot competition at Fremont Middle School last Saturday. Sixteen boys and 12 girls, ages 8 to 13, squared off from the free-throw line for the opportunity to advance to the District Hoop Shoot.
U.S. Sen. Jeff Merkley, D-Oregon, will hold a town hall meeting at 5 p.m. Tuesday in the South Umpqua High School gym in Myrtle Creek.
A “powerful” pacific storm that began drenching the West Coast on Wednesday is expected to include rain for Douglas County through Monday, according to the National Weather Service.
Federally funded food assistance programs in Douglas County will continue through February in spite of the ongoing partial government shutdown, according to local officials.
Due to changes in its corporate guidelines, the Reedsport Branch of Umpqua bank will no longer accept property tax payments from Douglas County residents. The change is effective immediately.
CANYONVILLE — The Cow Creek Umpqua Indian Foundation has awarded nearly $500,000 to nonprofits in seven different counties in southwest and central Oregon.