Renee Coen and Alex Palm were announced as the 2019 Roseburg First Citizens at the Roseburg Area Chamber of Commerce 66th Annual Awards Dinner and Membership Meeting on Thursday night. About 160 people attended the event inside Douglas Hall at the Douglas County Fairgrounds.
Modern-day treasure hunters will get to explore sites in and around Roseburg for a chance to win a unique prize in the 10th Annual Discover Roseburg/Land of Umpqua Geocache Series, which kicks off on Feb. 1.
Safety improvements will be made at the intersection of Northwest Stewart Parkway and Northwest Edenbower Boulevard on Wednesday night by the city of Roseburg Public Works Department.
WINCHESTER — Natalie and Hannah Regan made sure worms, roly-polies, caterpillars and other bugs would find a new home, while other volunteers spent Monday morning digging up the grass at Winchester Elementary School to make room for an outdoor garden classroom.
About 100 people gathered in front of Fred Meyer in Roseburg on Saturday for the local version of the Women’s March 2020 events being held across the country.
Chaise Congleton, a 14-year-old Boy Scout with Troop 112 in Glide, had a tough time deciding what to do for his Eagle Scout project.
A retired physician who had an ownership share in the Harvard Medical Park in Roseburg has filed a complaint against the company for allegedly shorting him by more than $450,000 when he tried to cash out.
Pier 1 Imports in Roseburg, which for more than a decade has been a popular stop for shoppers looking for upscale home furnishings, is closing.
A Roseburg man has been sentenced to more than six years in prison after agreeing to a plea deal in the shooting death of his friend. The incident occurred more than two years ago and was livestreamed on the internet.
A Douglas County Sheriff’s corporal recognized a stolen car in the area of Northwest Edenbower Boulevard and Northwest Sweetbriar Avenue, which resulted in a short chase and foot pursuit near Walmart on Saturday.
Pilots and members of the Experimental Aircraft Association Chapter 495 hit the skies in Roseburg on New Year’s Day for the 14th annual Freedom Flight.
I recently was asked what memory resonates most during Roseburg Public Library’s first year, and I shared that it was opening day, Dec. 27, when upwards of 100 people stood outside with smiles on their faces waiting for the doors to open. It was an emotional moment for the entire community.
The Douglas County Museum of Natural and Cultural History ranked second in a list of the Top 100 Best Fan-Favorite Destinations in Oregon for 2020.
The intersection of Northwest Garden Valley and Melrose roads is under scrutiny following a complaint about a need for safety improvements.
There was a bit of a commotion in front of the Roseburg Public Library late Monday afternoon as police confronted several people who had set up a temporary camp, including a clothesline, in a grassy area near the “Welcome to Historic Downtown Roseburg” sign.
Roseburg resident Lillene Fifield’s concerns about President Donald Trump began with the way he ran his 2016 election campaign.
An accident involving multiple vehicles in the southbound lanes near milepost 123 on Interstate 5 backed up traffic past Applebee’s in Roseburg on Friday. What began before 4 p.m. began clearing up about 45 minutes later.
WINCHESTER — On her second day volunteering at Saving Grace Pet Adoption Center, 15-year-old Hannah Rountree was surprised last Friday to find herself face to face with a long lost friend.
A juvenile is in custody and other suspects remain at large after an early morning pursuit in North Roseburg in connection with a marijuana dispensary burglary Thursday morning.
A two-vehicle collision on West Harvard Avenue in Roseburg on Sunday afternoon sent a black 2007 Toyota RAV4 into a power pole at the intersection of Harvard and Stewart Park Drive.
A trial has been set for next April for a Happy Valley man accused of multiple counts of encouraging child sexual abuse and possession of methamphetamine.
The Oath Keepers came under scrutiny last week after several community members objected to its participation in Douglas County’s Adopt-a-Highway program.
The Douglas County Solid Waste Advisory Committee voted Wednesday afternoon to recommend keeping all 11 county transfer stations open.