The Roseburg Family Medicine Residency program found out recently that all eight of the residency positions that it had open for this summer are filled, and recently graduated doctors plan to start their three-year residency training at the Aviva Health campus in July. Program officials have…
Roseburg Public Library will remain closed for the foreseeable future in an effort to mitigate the effects of COVID-19. As an alternative, library staff will implement weekly drive-up service for patrons who wish to check out physical materials they have placed on hold.
For elderly patients at local assisted living facilities, having a visitor can really brighten their day.
McMenamins, which has more than 60 bars and restaurants in Oregon and Washington, announced Tuesday it is temporarily closing nearly all of its locations and laying off 3,000 workers as restaurants and hotels around the region shut down in response to the Coronavirus outbreak.
Douglas County Fire District No. 2 water rescue team members pulled three men from the North Umpqua River on Tuesday morning after a drift boat struck a rock and filled with water mid-stream.
Roseburg Public Library closed our Library Use Assessment Survey December 31, 2019. Thank you to the people who took the time to fill it out and give us feedback. In the end, we received 138 responses — which was fantastic.
Roseburg Public Library will recognize the historic women’s suffrage movement throughout 2020 with displays and programs presented in partnership with League of Women Voters of Umpqua Valley.
At a geography booth sponsored by Altrusa at the annual Reading Fair at the Douglas County Fairgrounds on Saturday, Terri Webster helped Luke Shaw, 6, of Roseburg, locate North America on a map.
A small ginkgo tree seedling with a big message of peace was planted in the Japanese garden section of the Master Gardeners’ Discovery Garden at River Forks Park on Thursday.
The Roseburg City Council is scheduled to discuss the fate of Councilor Ashley Hicks on Monday, and the debate will be held in public rather than behind closed doors, as had previously been planned.
The scene inside the Roseburg High School gymnasium was right out of a basketball game or wrestling match. About 300 fans were in the stands cheering on their teams while the announcer called the action and the referee made sure the rules were followed.
Ever wonder how big a record-sized bull elk would look like in real life? Or, for that matter, the mount of an Oregon state record Columbian whitetail buck that was tagged in the Drain area back in 1949?
Matthew Ewing Kelm of Roseburg is in jail after Douglas County Sheriff’s Office K-9 Zoro tracked him down following a vehicle pursuit.
Chuck McCullum, the long-time owner of Chuck’s Texaco in Roseburg, who worked at the station for nearly 60 years and was known for his extraordinary service and community generosity, died Thursday. He was 75.
About 40 teams, each consisting of 80 anglers in 40 drift boats, participated in the popular catch-and-release steelhead tournament Friday and Saturday as part of the 28th annual Umpqua Fishery Enhancement Derby.
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.