With colder weather in place, Roseburg Fire Marshal Monte Bryan reminds residents to use caution when using space heaters, wood stoves and fireplaces to heat their homes.
Twenty-one years after leaving the U.S. Army, 51-year-old Linda Graves still struggles with post-traumatic stress disorder and depression. She said the beginning of fall is always difficult because it reminds her of traumatic experiences.
As winter draws closer and temperatures begin to plunge at night, the Warming Center at the Foundation Fellowship Church Dream Center in Roseburg prepares to open for the season.
Hope Clinic for Women, formerly known as N’Lite Women’s Clinic, is open and taking patients at its new location on West Harvard Avenue in Roseburg.
Owners of the old Safeway building downtown that has been empty for over a decade have a demolition land use permit filed with the City of Roseburg planning department.
With the threat of rain that never materialized Wednesday night, throngs of Halloween enthusiasts of all ages, and even some dogs in costumes, marched in the annual Neewollah parade.
Members of the Roseburg Marching Band Ensemble showed appreciation to its many fans with a free performance of its entire halftime show Monday night at Finlay Field. This year’s Platinum Arrow event included skits by band sections, a drill down competition and a chance to honor the band’s se…
A sellout crowd Saturday night raised money to help support the Boys & Girls Club of the Umpqua Valley while honoring members and supporters during the 11th annual Celebrate Kids Dinner and Auction.
A few times per week, Keri Blue goes to the Umpqua Valley Tennis Center in Roseburg to play one of the fastest growing sports in the U.S.
Madaline Snyder, 10, is quiet most of the time. But she opens up when she talks about the kitchen where she cooks for her family and bakes with her grandma.