Storytime has always been a standard program that libraries everywhere offer. It might bring up memories of childhood songs that get stuck in your head or maybe a favorite story that was read to you. Storytime is still happening at the library, which begs the question: what is so important a…
It’s too early to say whether Douglas Electric Cooperative customers will see a rate increase following the recent snowstorm, according to Todd Munsey, spokesman for the company.
Timber companies say a bill proposed in the Oregon State Legislature intends to cripple logging operations across the state.
Teachers at Fir Grove Elementary School got a surprise donation Wednesday, when the Roseburg High School Interact Club presented the school with $400 for supplies.
Gray wolves have returned to Douglas and Lane counties decades after bounty hunting completely removed the apex predator from the area.
Principal Broker Thomas Manning was working in his office at Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Real Estate Professionals Thursday afternoon in Roseburg when a sound like an explosion shook the whole building.
COQUILLE — Oakland High School graduate Sierra (Miller) Stone was getting ready to have her second child and it didn’t seem out of the ordinary. But as she got closer to the due date, things started getting crazy and it all ended with a very unusual delivery.
Dressed in green and sipping local craft brews, Douglas County residents celebrated St. Patrick’s Day one day early Saturday at the annual Grub & Pub Crawl.
WINSTON — Shirley Rummel and Robert Zuver were honored with the First Citizen awards at the Winston Area Chamber of Commerce First Citizen Banquet on Monday night.
Oregon State Police is requesting the public’s help after an altercation involving possibly three cars left a man dead from a gunshot wound.
One of my favorite questions from patrons is “I need a book to help me study for the (GED test, Postal Worker Exam, nursing boards …)” because Roseburg Public Library has access to LearningExpress Library.
As the new Chamber President of the Myrtle Creek/Tri City Area Chamber of Commerce, this is my first Chamber Update. I (Carol Olson) am the owner of Homestead Furniture & Gifts in Myrtle Creek.
SUTHERLIN — When Amber and Randy Brandies noticed the two cars engulfed in flames while driving by a residence on South Calapooya Street early Saturday morning, they didn’t hesitate.
On Monday afternoon, Al Jenkins was beginning his third week without power since the snowstorm that hit the county in February. He’s been living in his camper since then, and he estimates the damage to his property will likely cost $30,000 to repair.
Students in Lori Solberg’s third grade class at Sutherlin East Primary School organized a fundraiser to help the Sutherlin Fire Department, Sutherlin Police Department and Saving Grace Pet Adoption Center.
President Donald Trump signed the bipartisan public lands package of bills Tuesday. As part of that package, two areas in Douglas County have been set aside for protection.
The Oregon Department of State Lands has extended its deadline for a decision on a key Jordan Cove LNG project permit to Sept. 20, according to the DSL website. The agency planned to make a decision by March.
Douglas Electric Cooperative now estimates most of its customers will have power restored by the end of the week.
Nancy Wallace returned to her Elkton home Friday morning for the first time since the power went out two weeks ago.
WINCHESTER — Two Roseburg girls were named winners of the Distinguished Young Women Scholarship Program for high school juniors Saturday night at Umpqua Community College.
An Oregon State Police car from 1950, which has been restored to its original condition, greets you along with dozens of other restored vehicles from the past as you walk in the front door of the Exhibit Building at the Douglas County Fairgrounds.
Police have ended the search for a suspect who reportedly exchanged gunfire with police in the area of Grant Smith Road and Ingram Drive earlier Saturday evening.
It wasn’t until Josh Norton stood in front of more than 100 Myrtle Creek community members waiting for him to speak that he realized it was time to take control of his own story.