Recently, Douglas County FFA students competed in a soils evaluation competition at the district and state levels. The district competition was hosted by Douglas High School in Winston, Tuesday, Oct. 2, and the state competition was held in La Grande, Monday, Oct. 15.
Nearly 700 dogs and their owners are making their way into the Umpqua Valley from all over the nation, for the largest retriever event in the country.
Preparing our youth for a purposeful and successful future has always been the goal of educators and parents. Our local economy requires that employers can find well-prepared employees to carry out job responsibilities, and vibrant communities are dependent on citizens who are critical think…
High school students in Douglas County visited with college representatives of schools from all over the West at a college fair at the Roseburg High School gymnasium Thursday. The high school, along with the Pacific Northwest Association for College Admissions Counseling, hosts the event.
The Bureau of Land Management’s Roseburg district and the Umpqua National Forest are hosting a photo contest as part of a multi-agency exhibit at the 23rd annual Sportsmen and Outdoor Recreation Show in February. As part of their exhibit, the agencies are holding an amateur photo contest wit…
WINCHESTER — A low-key ceremony Monday morning marked the third anniversary of the shootings at Umpqua Community College, which took nine lives on Oct. 1, 2015.
Problem gambling affects more than 80,000 adults in Oregon and 4,000 more adolescents according to statistics from the Oregon Health Authority.
Beginning the week of Oct. 8, veteran walk-in day at the Douglas County Veterans Service office will change to 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Wednesdays.
Children are our country’s most vulnerable treasure. They may have been uncared for or abused and end up with no voice and at the mercy of a complicated legal system, or in some cases lack something as simple as a bed to sleep on. They need folks with a big heart to help them.
Builders, subcontractors, suppliers and other related businesses from throughout Douglas County will be represented this weekend at the 2018 Showcase of Homes.
Thanks to some financial help from Southern Oregon Regional Brokerage, Douglas County Special Olympics will be operating during its upcoming fall and winter sports seasons.