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A decision on whether to allow WinCo Foods to build a supermarket at the site of the vacant Kmart will not be rendered for at least six weeks, and most likely longer, as the legal wrangling over the proposal has begun.

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Back in 1921, several Douglas County farmers formed a cooperative to secure needed farming supplies and to save money in the process. They named the co-op the Douglas County Farm Bureau Cooperative Exchange.

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Neighbors who live along Northwest Stewart Parkway and Northwest Valley View Drive experienced an unexpected surprise Friday night when a black Camaro ended up in their backyards. Shortly before 5 p.m. Friday, the vehicle that appeared to be traveling south on Northwest Stewart Parkway, left…

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The coronavirus has taken a significant bite out of revenues for the City of Roseburg, which has led to cuts in spending and a steep drop in the amount the city is able to put away in reserve.

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If you go outside in the evening and look up at the sky, you might be able to spot the International Space Station. From Roseburg, the space station may just look like a bright light swiftly flying across the horizon, but it is much more than that.

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Stephani Bastian couldn’t get in touch with her 81-year-old father, Kenneth Plank, who lived alone in the Elk Apartments on Main Street in Klamath Falls. Although it’s not unusual for him to miss occasional calls from his daughter who now lives in Roseburg, Bastian said she had a feeling tha…

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Alex Hubbard and his sister, Aubrey Pooler, were just some of the Douglas County residents packing Stewart Park on Saturday to soak in the rare 62-degree day, the second time Roseburg reached 60 degrees in the last seven days.

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Owners and customers of Douglas County bars, restaurants, gyms and other places where fun happens will be ringing in the new year with a little extra joy and enthusiasm on Friday with word that many establishments will reopen for indoor use.

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Thanks to a Grinch of a COVID-19 pandemic, Roseburg’s traditional Christmas tree lighting ceremony at the Douglas County Courthouse became virtual, much like other events this year. Roseburg Mayor Larry Rich, City Councilor Andrea Zielinski, Commissioner Tom Kress and Santa Claus himself wer…

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Dozens of volunteers strung Christmas bulbs around trees and poles Saturday morning so they’d be ready to light up downtown Roseburg by evening and through the long winter nights ahead.