The Christmas Craft Fair will return this year, and will run from Dec. 3 to 5 at the Douglas County Fairgrounds in Roseburg.
A small group of protesters gathered in front of the Umpqua Valley Farmers Market in Roseburg Saturday morning to protest the brief shutdown of a booth run by Chinese American Annie Xia.
The Douglas County Christmas tree on the front lawn of the Douglas County Courthouse in Roseburg will be lit at a traditional ceremony at 6 p.m. Nov. 27.
Roseburg resident Don Acord has had a severe seizure disorder since he was a toddler and it has left him with severe mental and physical disabilities.
Five employees from the Medford branch of Western States Environmental have spent this week cleaning up garbage and debris from underneath the bridge near northeast Stephens Street and northeast Diamond Lake Boulevard.
A manufactured home appeared to be a total loss after a blaze caused heavy damage to the structure Wednesday morning in the 800 block of Shadow Ranch Lane in northwest Roseburg.
CANYONVILLE — Douglas County Cancer Services hosted its 21st Annual Tea and Fashion Show Sunday at Seven Feathers Casino Resort to benefit services for cancer patients.
Everyone loves their parks, and Roseburg city officials are trying to shake some federal money loose to make some significant improvements at Stewart Park.
Saving Grace Pet Adoption Center will be able to perform more spay and neuter services for its adoptable pets thanks to a grant the center recently received from the Douglas County government.
Marie Lackey was born on a farm between two small Nebraska towns, Gering and Melbeta, on Oct. 7, 1915.
A man was arrested Friday after allegedly throwing rocks at passing vehicles on Interstate 5 north of Glendale, according to police.
They show up like clockwork every Tuesday afternoon, the line of cars two dozen deep filled with families checking out and returning items to the Roseburg Public Library.
Scott Wadsworth has long been a carpenter by trade and a blacksmith by hobby, so he started a YouTube channel called Essential Craftsman 5 years ago with tutorials on blacksmithing.
A Roseburg man was shot in the leg by the police after allegedly attempting to burn his parent's house down, according to the Roseburg Police Department.
A “diverse array of music” will be offered Sunday at Umpqua Community College when music teachers and directors across the county come together to promote music, education and community.
Ryan Poe’s parents were people known for their giving.
At least 40 people gathered at the Westside Christian Church on Saturday to celebrate the life of Charles “Chuck” McCullum who died Feb. 6, 2020, at the age of 75.
The Roseburg Public School Board convened on Wednesday to discuss the school year set to start next week, while discussions surrounding recent state-wide mandates dominated the last portion of the night.
Gov. Kate Brown announced Wednesday that hospitals across the state, especially those in hard-hit areas such as Roseburg, will receive a boost in medical personnel to respond to the surge of COVID-19 cases.
In November, 25-year-old William Craig told his mother Kate Craig that he heard voices talking to him. He said he could see a demon in the bathroom.
Aviva Health is now offering third doses of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines to individuals who are immunocompromised.
The Roseburg Public Library is closing the building and returning to curbside service, starting this week, due to a spike in COVID-19 cases locally. The library is located at 1409 NE Diamond Lake Blvd.
Danny Quinn has had it. Jeff Marotz and Doug Harvey — same.
Two Roseburg women were crowned at the Miss Oregon Volunteer Pageant on July 31 in Salem.
A man is suing Walmart for nearly $50,000 after slipping on a foot fatigue mat, according to documents submitted to the Douglas County Circuit Court.
Some Roseburg residents with school-aged children may start receiving mail with out-of-state addresses this week.
The Roseburg Fire Department has added two new hazardous material vehicles to its fleet.
A quick snip from a pair of oversized scissors marked the grand reopening of Beulah Park following months of renovations.
A discarded cigarette started a fire at the Rose Apartments and caused the complex’s sprinkler system to flood the fourth floor, according to the Roseburg Fire Department.