The Roseburg Family Medicine Residency program has been quietly moving ahead with plans to begin a program in July that would prepare eight physicians each year to become board-certified family medicine doctors.
In what has become an annual tradition, Sherm’s Thunderbird Markets donated another truckload of food to the United Community Action Network Food Bank on Friday morning.
Close to 300 community members will have their portraits on display at the Umpqua Valley Arts Association when an exhibit more than two years in the making debuts with a 5 p.m. reception Friday.
The last time the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife closed off harvest of wild spring Chinook salmon was ...
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Weather forecasters say the snow level is coming down for the next several days and by early next week there is a possibility of some snow hitting the valley floor in Douglas County.
A recent spike in drug overdoses may be the result of extremely potent heroin, or heroin laced with fentanyl, according to the Douglas Public Health Network.
Dozens of vendors at the Umpqua Valley Farmer’s Market crowded inside the First United Methodist Church in Roseburg on Saturday mornings, to sell preserves, baked goods and knitted clothing.
A 37-year-old Roseburg man has died after being hit by a vehicle Thursday night while walking along US Highway 101 in the small community of Smith River, California, about 14 miles north of Crescent City. The identity of the man has not yet been released.
Umpqua Public Transportation District has extended the deadline to Jan. 10 for applications to fill an open seat on its seven member board of directors.
Troy Polamalu, a graduate of Douglas High School in Winston, on Thursday night joined Reggie Wayne as a first-time eligible player also among the 15 finalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s modern-day 2020 class.
Pilots and members of the Experimental Aircraft Association Chapter 495 hit the skies in Roseburg on New Year’s Day for the 14th annual Freedom Flight.
Figures released last week by Blue Zones Project-Umpqua show that the organization’s efforts to make the Umpqua Valley a healthier place are already paying off.
Snowfall this winter has been slow to pile up in eastern Douglas County, but the higher elevations have been getting good amounts. It’s made for some picturesque winter scenes but for recreation activities, more snow would certainly be better for the resorts.
Douglas County truckers and loggers did what they could to put a proverbial lid on the cap-and-trade bill that was sent to Oregon’s Senate this past June.
Fourteen relief nurseries in Oregon, including the Family Development Center in Roseburg, were honored with a congressional award recently for their efforts in helping keep children safely in their homes and out of foster care placements.
The “atmospheric river” meteorologists are calling for to affect the Pacific Northwest this week isn’t expected to dampen travel plans throughout Douglas County, a National Weather Service official said Tuesday afternoon.
Umpqua Health Alliance is one of three Coordinated Care Organizations to move from provisional status to five-year contracts awarded by the Oregon Health Authority.
Troy Polamalu, who is close to being a first-ballot inductee into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, will have at least one Hall of Fame induction to his name as of Tuesday night.
The Douglas County Solid Waste Advisory Committee voted Wednesday afternoon to recommend keeping all 11 county transfer stations open.