About 40 Douglas County school students, including the student body from Geneva Academy and several home-schooled children, celebrated Constitution Day at the Douglas County Courthouse Monday to recognize the adoption of the U.S. Constitution and those who have become U.S. citizens.
The Oregon Department of Human Services held a Multicultural Day Saturday, at Stewart Park in Roseburg, to allow families to experience many different cultures from around the world.
Jazmyn Dream Zeller was a young woman who had battled cancer multiple times, but maintained her fighting spirit right to the end.
When jail or prison inmates walk out the door after serving their sentences, there are two paths they can walk down.
GLENDALE — Thanks to a new historic marker unveiled Wednesday, a few more people will be reminded of Solomon Abraham’s role in this town’s history.
A seismic upgrade for one Roseburg elementary school is nearing completion while work has begun on another school in the district, thanks to grants from the state of Oregon to improve school buildings that have been identified as high risk in a major earthquake.
The separation agreement between former Roseburg Schools Superintendent Gerry Washburn and the Roseburg School District shows Washburn will receive a lump sum of $150,000.
The Roseburg School Board of Directors voted Monday afternoon to approve a separation agreement between the Roseburg School District and former superintendent Gerry Washburn at a board meeting held.
Runners and walkers in the Blast! 5K crossed the finish line Saturday morning at Stewart Park in Roseburg with faces blue and shirts colored like rainbows.
The Douglas County Global Warming Coalition and the Common Ground Coalition are hosting a public rally against climate change from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday.
Former Douglas County Commissioner Joyce Morgan’s love for her family led her into public service, and friends and family said her desire to help other families live better lives was the driving factor behind her community service.
Delfino Vineyards had its eighth Celtic Festival on Saturday night with wine, food, local vendors and hours of Celtic music with Celtic instruments in Celtic garb — tartan kilts included.
This November, residents of all the cities in Douglas County will choose their mayors and city councilors. In some cities, the familiar names of incumbents will fill the ballot, while in others voters will have some tough choices to make.