A recent analysis said the population of Douglas County jumped by one-half percent this past year, the lowest population growth rate in Oregon for counties with populations of 100,000 or more.
COOS BAY — The proposed Jordan Cove liquefied natural gas terminal and its 230-mile feeder pipeline in southern Oregon would have some adverse and significant impacts, according to staff at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
Roseburg Forest Products laid off about 30 employees at its Dillard plywood plant Friday, citing “unfavorable conditions in the North American plywood market” as the reason for the move.
Volunteers with The Salvation Army Roseburg Corps will take 184 children shopping for the annual Dress-A-Child program this month.
On the first day of school, Jo Lane Middle School seventh grade language arts teacher George Graham hands out a test to his students that’s all about getting to know Mr. Graham.
A Roseburg man, who was driving his pickup when he allegedly crashed into a tree, killing his wife, has been indicted by a Douglas County grand jury.
A Roseburg man was arrested Sunday evening after reportedly leaving his 5-year-old child at River Forks Park and attempting to give away another child, a 10-month-old infant, according to police.
Police officers, domestic violence advocates and other community members have come together in an effort to protect survivors and prevent the escalations in family violence that could get them killed.
The fall community food drive for the FISH Food Pantry will be held Saturday at four Roseburg grocery stores, including Sherm’s Thunderbird Market, Fred Meyer, Safeway, and Albertsons. Volunteers will be collecting donated food at these stores from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Douglas County Museum will present a Supernatural Saturday at the Museum event this weekend featuring Halloween-themed activities for kids and families.
Mandy Piercey doesn’t know how many times her daughter, Alana, has broken bones in her body. That’s because any effort to keep track, she said, would be an effort in futility and frustration.
Jamie Todd Adams, a 44-year-old former Glide School District maintenance worker, was sentenced to 12½ years in prison for sexually abusing his stepdaughter.
The venerable building that housed Harvard Avenue Drugs and Gifts in Roseburg for 60 years before the business closed at the end of July is being torn down.
On Sunday, Dr. Connie Grady will be modeling in the 20th annual Douglas County Cancer Services annual Tea and Fashion Show in Canyonville. But she is not only an internal medicine doctor, she’s also a survivor of breast cancer.
The lure of the North Umpqua River and other scenic parts of the Umpqua Valley drew dozens of artists from around Oregon and beyond to the area this week.