The city of Roseburg is welcoming one city recorder and saying goodbye to another.
Fir Grove Elementary School fifth grader Naomi Osunacuriel attempted to maneuver a shovel into rocky soil Friday as fellow student Sara Beth Cook held a small Douglas Fir sapling.
Have you ever wondered what it takes to be a tourism destination marketing organization? It’s a little more than greeting guests at the visitor center door. Although, we do that, too. By the way, the Roseburg Visitor Center is now open on Saturdays and next month, we’ll be welcoming visitors…
Roseburg High School students involved in extracurricular activities showed off their clubs to eighth graders during the annual RHS PRIDE Night.
The city of Roseburg caught a ride from other cities that have ordinances where Uber and other ride-hailing companies have started operating, but took a few detours along the way.
Headed east on West Harvard Avenue in a tan PT Cruiser, Margaret Thompson and Patricia Attaway approached the Oak Avenue Bridge shortly before dusk Wednesday night.
Many motorists driving by Fred Meyer on Garden Valley Boulevard in Roseburg Friday morning, noticed a man displaying signs, and may have been alarmed when they saw an AR-15 rifle strapped over his shoulder.
Douglas County remains one of the unhealthiest counties in Oregon, according to a report released this week by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute.
The Roseburg Area Zonta Club celebrated International Women’s Day last Thursday, by honoring Umpqua Community Health Center’s Reproductive Health Services team.
The 41st annual Roseburg Benefit Car Show, sponsored by the Stray Angels and Umpqua Flatheads car clubs, concludes 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday at the Douglas County Fairgrounds. The event benefits the Umpqua Community Action Network and the Douglas County Special Equipment Fund.