About 100 people came to a town hall meeting with U.S. Senator Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) at Roseburg High School on Saturday.
An unidentified man, middle, reaches into the cab of an upside down tan 2002 Ford Explorer Sport Trac after a two-vehicle accident on Northeast Stephens Street near Safeway at 10:34 a.m. Wednesday in Roseburg. According to Roseburg Police Department, Michael Slotterback, 25, of Sutherlin, wa…
In an effort to increase traffic safety, the Roseburg Police Department will be boosting patrols of safety belt compliance and distracted driving for the next two weeks.
Local nonprofits continue to make progress on rehabilitation for Roseburg’s historic Willis House, despite a recent setback.
The Music on the Half Shell 2019 lineup will feature bands from as far away as Australia, Cuba and Scotland with diverse musical styles intended to offer a little taste of everything to audiences at Stewart Park.
As Daris and Ryder Gray were “messing around” in front of the Roseburg Library on Thursday morning, they decided to move away from the after-hours book drop in front of the building.
A fire from an outbuilding in the neighborhood of West Union Street and West Harvard Avenue spread to a nearby utility pole before it was extinguished by members of the Roseburg Fire Department.
Earl Wilson was 63 when he died last summer after a long fight with cancer, but he got to play in the Douglas County Cancer Services benefit golf tournament last year at the Roseburg Country Club before he passed.
The Douglas County Museum will host a Mother's Day craft activity from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. The museum is located across from the Douglas County Fairgrounds, off Interstate 5 exit 123.
Demolition of the old Safeway building in downtown Roseburg began on Monday morning. The building has been vacant since 2006, and property owners Pat and Mary Derose have had their second demolition permit from the city since October. The previous permit expired in 2009. Roseburg Community D…
About 25 people turned out for a presentation and question-answer session about vaccinations Thursday night at CHI Mercy Medical Center for a discussion about the effectiveness and safety of vaccinations.
Seven Oregon state lawmakers have submitted a letter opposing a request to extend the public comment period for the Jordan Cove Energy Project.
These are very interesting — make that challenging — times for businesses in Oregon, particularly rural businesses like ours in Douglas County.
Alyssa McConnel filed a lawsuit last week against the Downtown Roseburg Association, the city-run nonprofit of which McConnel used to be executive director.
An informational meeting to discuss a proposed Urban Growth Boundary swap became contentious at times when concerned citizens accused Roseburg city officials of being “adversarial” and trying to “take” the land.
A piece of uneaten pizza. A plastic container with food so badly decomposed it’s no longer possible to tell what it was. Discarded wrappers.
Bridge inspectors got up close and personal with the Stewart Park Drive bridge Wednesday, searching for any potential structural issues with the narrow, green steel structure built in 1946.
The Roseburg City Council unanimously decided to prepare a letter of support, which includes financial commitments, for a proposed allied and mental health college during its special city council meeting Wednesday.
Blue Zones Project - Umpqua and the Roseburg High School National Honor Society will team up to hold an Earth Day volunteer cleanup Saturday.
A woman who was convicted of helping kill a man in Roseburg in 1990 and sentenced to life in prison without parole has died at the Oregon Department of Corrections facility near Wilsonville.
Emergency personnel performed a water rescue on the South Umpqua River on Sunday night after three witnesses reported a female person screaming for help from the river, according to a press release from the Roseburg Fire Department.