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Roseburg Public Library turns one year old on Dec. 27. I can’t believe how fast the time went, which is a testament to the warm reception and ongoing support we have received from the community.

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Efforts to pursue a medical college in Roseburg are slowly moving forward with a committee that was formed to try to bring the college to the Roseburg area. And this week, board members heard about the dire need for the medical workforce in the county, which is similar to other rural countie…

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Homeless men and women huddled together for warmth inside sleeping bags underneath the carport shelter across from the Douglas County Courthouse Wednesday afternoon. They were packed together so tightly and burrowed in so deep it was hard to determine an exact number.

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As dusk slipped into darkness Saturday night, Sam Starns checked for cars before walking into the middle of an empty Southeast Jackson Street and looked south toward Southeast Lane Avenue.

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The 2019 Douglas County Christmas Tree — a 45-foot-tall Douglas fir tree — arrived Wednesday at the Douglas County Courthouse in Roseburg and was raised into its customary position, front and center on the courthouse lawn.

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An Oregon State Police trooper is on administrative leave after being accused of drunken driving Sunday night and crashing his car west of Roseburg.

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There were feisty kittens playing with plastic covers, cuddly kittens waiting for hugs and sleepy kittens having purr-fect dreams at Saturday’s adoption event by New Beginnings SPCA at Petco in Roseburg’s Garden Valley Shopping Center.

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After several months of being closed, Casa de Belen reopened its doors Monday to provide shelter for transitional housing for Douglas County youth.

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The benefits of biochar — a charcoal-based soil amendment — were on display during a demonstration at the Farmer’s Market in Roseburg on Saturday.

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A library is like a garden. It inevitably changes over time, adapting to best serve the environment and community in which it resides. But how does a library learn how to best serve its community?

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An arrest of a Roseburg man on Oct. 16 has led to a larger drug bust, thanks to Trapper, the Roseburg Police Department’s drug dog.