Imagine all of Roseburg, and Green, burned to the ground. Houses, businesses, schools. And all the people who didn’t have family or connections somewhere else are left with nothing but maybe the family car, if they’re lucky, or the clothes on their back. Living under donated tarps in parking…
Douglas County residents can register for a free one year E-book and audiobook subscription between now and Dec. 31.
The Douglas County Christmas Craft Fair opened Friday at the Douglas County Fairgrounds — marking the 45th year of an event billed by organizers as the largest and most popular Christmas fair in Southern Oregon.
First responders were invited to share a traditional Thanksgiving meal with students in Roseburg elementary schools Tuesday.
Deer Creek Adolescent Residential Treatment Clinic in Roseburg has reached a milestone after providing 30 years of service of evidence-based adolescent treatment for substance abuse, addiction and other behavioral health disorders for youth from ages 13 to 17.
An armed standoff that lasted nearly five hours ended peacefully in Green after police convinced a man accused of stealing a Ford pickup and attempting to elude police gave himself up at the north end of Carnes Road in Green.
The traditional Christmas tree at the Douglas County Courthouse signifies the Christmas season is near, and in the early hours of dawn Friday morning, the tree arrived at the courthouse on a county lowboy trailer. It took crews about an hour to erect the tree in the permanent stand on the co…
Firefighters from Douglas County were deployed over the weekend to the massive fire that devastated the town of Paradise, California. The Camp Fire, which is burning about 80 miles north of Sacremento, has become the most deadly fire in California state history, claiming 48 lives.
Voters in Douglas County didn’t get their way in the governor’s race, U.S. congressional election and all but one statewide measure.
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.