Umpqua Community Veg Education Group had its ribbon-cutting ceremony for its newly-established Gateway Community Garden on Oct. 3
An online auction is already open and Saturday will be the 13th annual Celebrate Kids event for the Boys & Girls Club of the Umpqua Valley, but with a little twist this year.
Mike Kildal, executive pastor for Redeemer’s Fellowship, had big plans back in April to honor a pastor who served for more than three decades.
They lined up single file — cars, trucks, SUVs, a U-haul trailer and all other manner of vehicle — in the parking lot of the vacant Kmart in Roseburg on Saturday to bring items for those who had been displaced by the wildfires.
It may be September and schools are starting up again, but with hot weather in the forecast for the next few weeks, it’s important that people know their limits.
Fullerton IV Elementary School student Alice Walker’s shopping cart was rapidly filling up with school clothes Saturday morning at Fred Meyer in Roseburg. It was the first time in her life she’d been shopping just for herself.
A gas truck backing into a power pole is reportedly to blame for 1,500 Pacific Power customers to lose power in Roseburg on Friday night. At 5:45 p.m., firefighters responded to the accident on West Corey Court next the Holiday Inn Express in Roseburg. Drew Hanson, a spokesperson for Pacific…
In celebration of the Republican National Convention this week, more than 100 people combined a car parade with a rally at the Douglas County Courthouse to show their support for Republican state and national candidates and President Donald Trump.
A riverfront home on 5 acres was put up for sale last month in Roseburg. In previous years, the process of showings and negotiations could take months.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reversed course this week on public testing for COVID-19, leaving many medical professionals baffled or alarmed at the change.
Roseburg City Manager Nikki Messenger, who has been in the post a little over a year, has put Roseburg on notice that she intends to sue the city on several grounds, including gender discrimination, retaliation and defamation.
After three days of no new COVID-19 cases, Douglas County reported three new positive cases Tuesday. That brings the county total to 172 since the start of the pandemic.
When Douglas County Sheriff’s Deputy Bryanna Oelrich found a fellow veteran in need Aug. 6, she didn’t stop until she found a place for him to stay and gave him a meal.
A California man convicted of an attempted murder in Sutherlin from a motor home sale gone bad in 2017, only to have the conviction overturned, pleaded guilty to a lesser charge Wednesday morning.
The state-defined coronavirus workplace outbreak linked to CHI Mercy Medical Center increased to 10 cases, according to a weekly report released by the Oregon Health Authority.
Douglas County Wings of Love will give out back to school items for children of veterans and military service members today.
The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office search and rescue team is looking for volunteers age 17 and up, who want to make a difference.
Douglas County reported one new positive and one presumptive case of COVID-19 on Sunday and no new cases on Monday, keeping the total number of cases to 162 since the coronavirus pandemic began.
A Winston man who is accused of shooting and killing two men in a residential area of Winston in the early morning hours of March 15, has pleaded not guilty to all charges.