Parkinson’s disease sufferers in Douglas County will have more options in the near future to help cope with the effects of the disease.
Saturday was a deadly day in Douglas County. Deputies from the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office reported two fatal accidents and a drowning.
MYRTLE CREEK — Myrtle Creek city officials have closed the South Umpqua Memorial Pool after the assistant pool manager, Blake Lewis, suffered a serious head injury Thursday afternoon.
A lawsuit filed by ATRIO Health Plans in Salem for more than $60 million has been moved to U.S. District Court in Eugene. The dispute may be headed back to Marion County, and could even end up in Douglas County.
People may have seen smoke coming from Reservoir Hill in Roseburg on Monday, and they might Wednesday and Friday too.
Construction workers on Friday continue rennovating the Lookingglass Creek Bridge in Winston. The bridge is undergoing foundation repairs funded through the Oregon Department of Transportation. The project began on Thursday, and ODOT said the bridge on Highway 42 could be closed for up to fo…
As the school year comes to an end, libraries around the county are preparing to launch summer reading program. Canyonville, Drain, Glendale, Myrtle Creek, Oakland, Riddle, Sutherlin and Winston will all host a variety of events for all ages.
With the temperature hovering around the century mark in Douglas County, the past two days had people scrambling to find ways to cool off. And for workers laboring in the middle of hot afternoon temperatures, extra precautions were a necessity.
About 50 people filed into a yellow school bus and headed up forest roads near Rock Creek for Douglas Timber Operators’ annual forestry tour Thursday. The tour featured a survey of Roseburg Forest Products timberlands.
Faculty from the Oregon State University College of Forestry held a listening session about the future of the Elliot State Forest at the Douglas County Extension Office in Roseburg on Thursday night.
The 2018 drought, coupled with the February snowstorm, took a toll on forested lands in Douglas County, according to Phil Morton, executive director of the county Farm Service Agency.
Police officers in Douglas County, along with some Special Olympics athletes carried the Special Olympics torch on a cool Tuesday morning through Douglas County from Tri City to Oakland to help raise money to bring back the Oregon State Special Olympics games for the athletes.
Amelia Murphy and Brookelyn Clark have worked together this year raising their lambs Moose and Valentine as part of the Dixonville Livestock 4-H Club.
Repairs to the Lower Lookingglass Creek Bridge are scheduled to begin later this month and will create a detour around the bridge for more than one month.
Detective Lt. Chris Merrifield has done just about every job you can do in the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office after beginning his career in 1994 as a deputy.
The Oregon Parks and Recreation Department announced plans Wednesday to study the South Umpqua River for possible inclusion in the State Scenic Waterways program.
Douglas County is urging residents who experienced substantial property damage during the February snowstorm to complete a storm damage property assessment by the June 30 deadline.
Fly fishing on the Umpqua, riding on the Oregon Dunes, stopping for a meal and a night’s sleep before heading to Crater Lake.
Douglas County was hit by record temperatures on Thursday, with the mercury getting to 91 degrees in Roseburg. But National Weather Service meteorologists say it will cool down considerably early next week, and the area could be in for some rain by the middle of the week.