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A new trial date has been set for 53-year-old Robert Wayne Bray, of Sutherlin, who is charged with four counts of second degree encouraging child sexual abuse.

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A woman died and one man was transported to the hospital after a two-vehicle crash on Northeast Diamond Lake Boulevard occurred at about 12:45 p.m. Wednesday, at the Pomona Street intersection by the Lauren Young/Les Schwab Tire Center in east Roseburg.

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This past weekend was a busy one for the Roseburg Police Department as it continues to deal with numerous petty crimes in and around downtown and a jail that is nearly full as a result of changes in protocol resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The Brown’s Shoe Fit Co., which for 25 years has anchored a spot on Jackson Street in downtown Roseburg, selling popular brands and custom made orthopedic shoes, is closing for good.

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Paul O’Brien Winery in Roseburg is the result of two decades of friendship and work between winemakers Dyson Paul DeMara and Scott O’Brien Kelley. The two met while working at Robert Mondavi Winery in the Napa Valley. Over the years they have immersed themselves in winemaking both in the U.S…

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The Roseburg City council on Monday extended the state of emergency through June 9. The initial state of emergency was set to expire on Tuesday, May 12. Oregon recently extended its state of emergency to July 6.

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There is a distinct pattern to the community’s questions about the library during our temporary closure, and I have addressed the most common ones below. Don’t hesitate to call 541-492-7050 or email library@cityofroseburg.org if you have other questions or comments.

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A half-dozen windows and a glass front door were smashed, and “KILL TRUMP” was spray-painted at the Republican Party headquarters in downtown Roseburg, prompting local and federal law enforcement to launch investigations into the incident. A local GOP official is offering a reward to anyone …

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Public health experts continue to remind us to keep our distance — at least six feet apart as a way to reduce the spread of COVID-19.

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Douglas County’s total number of cases of COVID-19 remained at 24 as of Monday morning, although 18 of those have already recovered from the coronavirus. One Douglas County man remains in a Portland hospital.

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Medical and dental facilities in Douglas County are once again accepting patients for elective and non-urgent procedures after Gov. Kate Brown lifted some of the restrictions from her executive order March 19 as a result of the coronavirus.

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COVID-19 cases in Douglas County remained at 24 with no new cases as of noon Saturday after a positive test came back on Friday for a person that was declared recovered on the same day. That broke a 14-day streak without any reported cases in the county.

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Oregon had an increase of 61 positive COVID-19 cases, for a total of 2,446, on Wednesday. There were two new deaths reported from COVID-19, bringing the state total to 101 people.

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Douglas County’s COVID-19 cases remain at 23 as of 3 p.m. Monday and Douglas Public Health Network officials say there hasn’t been a positive case in the county in 11 days.

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As of noon on Friday, the Douglas Public Health Network reported no new cases of the coronavirus and that total number of positive cases remains at 23, and 14 of those have been declared recovered. Two of them remain hospitalized in different hospitals.

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Cloud cover and cooler temperatures did not stop the Howells from taking over Fir Grove Park on Monday evening. With the park to themselves, family members chose the opportunity for a vigorous game of tag. Monday signaled a change in the weather with forecasters predicting an unsettled patte…

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Loggers Tap House in Roseburg may be closed to sit-down customers and business may have slowed considerably, but these are still busy times for owner Sam Gross.

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A structure fire that began late on Easter Sunday in Roseburg displaced five people and sent two to the hospital with injuries, according to the Roseburg Fire Department.

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Roseburg City Councilwoman Ashley Hicks is known for speaking her mind, even if it gets her in trouble. That’s what happened in late February, when the city council punished Hicks for her advocacy of a homeless shelter. The News-Review caught up with Hicks to see how things are going during …

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Roseburg City Councilwoman Ashley Hicks is known for speaking her mind, even if it gets her in trouble. That’s what happened in late February, when the city council punished Hicks for her advocacy of a homeless shelter. The News-Review caught up with Hicks to see how things are going during …

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Three high-volume Roseburg superstores are limiting the number of shoppers they will allow in their stores at one time as a way to help control the spread of coronavirus.