A 17-year-old Roseburg High School student was arrested after a written threat of school violence was discovered in the girls’ bathroom Thursday, one day after a school shooting in Florida where a former student has been charged with killing 17 people.
As Roseburg City Council approved a library ordinance Monday, moving the efforts to reopen the Roseburg library forward, Douglas Education Service District is looking forward to its own role in the high-profile project.
For Roseburg’s Alek Skarlatos, making a movie with legendary director Clint Eastwood was humbling enough. Seeing overwhelming support from hometown fans at a private screening Saturday was awe-inspiring in its own way.
Renovations to the YMCA of Douglas County in Roseburg, to replace the original pool, rebuild locker rooms and add a hydrotherapy pool, are likely to go on for nearly a year, but YMCA officials are confident patrons will be able to use the facilities as much as possible during the construction.
Two citizens who have given many hours of volunteer time to Roseburg were recognized Thursday as 2017 First Citizens at the Roseburg Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual membership meeting and awards banquet.
With an eye toward enticing customers to buy more, healthy choices are almost never found in the checkout lines at grocery stores.
An estimated crowd of 200 people lined the sidewalk along Garden Valley Boulevard in front of the Bureau of Land Management and Fred Meyer for the Women’s March Anniversary Resistance Rally sponsored by the Common Ground Coalition.
When a police officer has had a long and successful career in law enforcement, it’s time to celebrate with a fun retirement party to congratulate the officer for his many years serving and protecting the community — even when that officer is a dog.