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.
Counseling that improves struggling parents’ interactions with young children and expanded Sutherlin library services are among the local projects that will benefit from the most recent round of grants from the Oregon Community Foundation.
A series of breaker failures at River Forks Park over the weekend led to outages to light displays at the Festival of Lights.
Douglas County Sheriff’s deputies are still seeking information as to the whereabouts of Samuel “Sammy” Elijah Davison, 36, Roseburg.
A gingko tree descended from a Japanese tree that survived Hiroshima will be planted in the Odd Fellows Cemetery in Roseburg next year as a symbol of peace.
About 500 people braved 38 degrees and rain Saturday evening to watch the annual lighting of the Christmas tree on the Douglas County Courthouse lawn in Roseburg.
Efforts to pursue a medical college in Roseburg are slowly moving forward with a committee that was formed to try to bring the college to the Roseburg area. And this week, board members heard about the dire need for the medical workforce in the county, which is similar to other rural countie…
Homeless men and women huddled together for warmth inside sleeping bags underneath the carport shelter across from the Douglas County Courthouse Wednesday afternoon. They were packed together so tightly and burrowed in so deep it was hard to determine an exact number.
The 2109 annual Douglas County Tree Lighting Ceremony will begin at 5 p.m. Saturday at the Douglas County Courthouse, 1036 SE Douglas Ave., Roseburg.
Boasted as the largest and most popular fair of its kind in Southern Oregon, the Douglas County Christmas Craft Fair will return to the Douglas County Fairgrounds Dec. 6-8.
The 2019 Douglas County Christmas Tree — a 45-foot-tall Douglas fir tree — arrived Wednesday at the Douglas County Courthouse in Roseburg and was raised into its customary position, front and center on the courthouse lawn.
Twenty-three babies whose cremated remains had been left on a mortuary shelf were remembered in a ceremony Sunday at Roseburg Memorial Gardens, where the remains have now been buried.
A recent analysis said the population of Douglas County jumped by one-half percent this past year, the lowest population growth rate in Oregon for counties with populations of 100,000 or more.
The Umpqua Valley Audubon Society will present "Carnivores & More: Remote Camera Surveys in the Umpqua Valley" at 7 p.m. Nov. 20 in the Ford Room of the Roseburg Public Library, 1409 NE Diamond Lake Blvd., Roseburg.
More than 20 babies whose cremated remains had sat on local mortuary shelves, some for as many as 70 years, will receive a memorial service at 3 p.m. Sunday at Roseburg Memorial Gardens.
A Portland man will spend the next 7.5 years in prison after pleading guilty to drug charges in a Douglas County court Tuesday morning to avoid federal prosecution.
Some rural Douglas County residents can’t afford to pay more for garbage disposal, but many are willing to pay extra if it means they can keep their rural transfer stations.
A group of young dancers swirled, twirled and raced around the room Saturday at Chitwood Studio of Dance in Roseburg to the music for the Christmas Party segment of The Nutcracker Ballet.
On the first day of school, Jo Lane Middle School seventh grade language arts teacher George Graham hands out a test to his students that’s all about getting to know Mr. Graham.
A celebration in honor of retiring United Community Action Network Director Mike Fieldman will be held from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Sunday at Backside Brewing Company, 1640 NE Odell in Roseburg.