Doris Heyman is not one to sit around and wait to get old. For proof, consider her latest adventure.
The music of Ecuador and Colombia will combine when Rio Mira bring its brand of Afro-Latino music to the Nichols Band Shell at 7 p.m. Tuesday.
Denny Napier of Roseburg sat in a shady spot at River Forks Park on Saturday behind his 1950 Willys Jeepster, a maroon convertible he adopted three years ago.
“Ooh look! Ooh lookie there!” exclaimed Rose Haven Nursing Center resident Susan Steen as the first of more than 20 classic cars pulled into the backyard of the facility Thursday afternoon.
The smell of burnt rubber and smoke filled the air, blocking out the sun and the car racing through gas and tires while people edged closer to the barricade to watch.
About 30 Douglas County hunters attended a meeting at Backside Brewing on Tuesday to ask questions about major changes being proposed to Oregon’s big game hunting regulations.
The Roseburg Parks and Recreation Commission held a contentious debate about a proposal to install sanitary facilities in city parks at its meeting on Wednesday.
Darrell Orth inspected the sealant on the pavement, willing it to dry faster, and hovered over the menu boards as the carhops finished adding items and prices before he could hang them.
Although the contest of wills between Republicans and Democrats absorbed a lot of oxygen during the 2019 legislative session, there was a lot of other business taking place underneath the surface of that conflict.
The Umpqua Valley Arts Association’s annual Members Show opens on July 12 with a reception held from 5-7 p.m. The opening is free and the public is welcome.
When Mark Lenihan helped organize Roseburg’s first Pride rally at Stewart Park in 2017, he had no idea he would be standing outside the Douglas County Courthouse two years later among hundreds more LGBTQ community members, he said.
Roseburg police, with the help of the Douglas County Sheriff's K-9, arrested a man Saturday afternoon that they say had broken into the Adapt building on West Madrone Street.
Sharon Sawicki can be found at her jewelry stand among the rows and rows of craft booths at the 51st annual Summer Arts Festival sponsored by the Umpqua Valley Arts Association. She sat hitting a small hammer against the metal to create mixed-metal bracelets — something she’s been doing for …
New Roseburg Veterans Affairs Medical Center Director Keith Allen held his first town hall in Roseburg Tuesday, and he got an earful from veterans about his proposal to convert the emergency room to an urgent care.
Volunteers came to downtown Roseburg on Saturday morning to spruce up a portion of Southeast Jackson Street cleaning up trash, washing buildings and sidewalks and even cleaning up the Hebe statue in Eagles Park at the corner of Jackson and Southeast Lane Avenue.
A man was transported by ambulance away from the scene of a single-vehicle accident in downtown Roseburg on Friday after his sedan crashed into the side of the former Roseburg Beauty College building.
The Downtown Roseburg Association presented the results of a recently completed study showing people’s attitudes toward downtown at its annual meeting Thursday.
Three prolific musicians, each with their own successful solo careers will come together Tuesday when the Bill Frisell Trio takes over the Nichols Band Shell stage beginning at 7 p.m. at Stewart Park.
Ava Lazur, 7, and her siblings danced and popped bubbles while her parents, Emily and John Lazur, lounged on a picnic blanket where they waited for Orquesta Akokan on Tuesday night for the kickoff of Music on the Half Shell concert series at Nichols Band Shell at Stewart Park.
People may have seen smoke coming from Reservoir Hill in Roseburg on Monday, and they might Wednesday and Friday too.
Shannon Trammell is coming back to the community where she grew up for medical training, and she’s hoping she will be able to stay in Douglas County when she’s ready to begin a practice as a family practice physician assistant.
In an effort to offset its legal expenses, the Downtown Roseburg Association will pay the City of Roseburg $10,000 less in contract fees this year.
The visitor center in Roseburg is still open, but people who attended the City Council’s meeting on Monday would have thought otherwise after several city officials said the center was closed.
The owner of Pete’s Drive-In, Darrell Orth, plans on reopening before the Fourth of July. It closed in December after a runaway vehicle crashed into the restaurant, starting a fire.