Ralph Little built his wife a log cabin in Days Creek.
CANYONVILLE — The Oregon Transportation Commission has awarded Douglas County a $2 million grant that aims to make it safer for students, staff and parents to travel to Canyonville School.
All Myrtle Creek residents and businesses are invited to participate in the third annual Myrtle Creek Scarecrow Contest, held through Oct. 30.
More than 66,000 marijuana plants and 11,000 pounds of processed marijuana were seized from an illegal growing operation near Canyonville.
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.
Editor’s note: This is the latest in a series of monthly profiles of the mayors of Douglas County. “Meet The Mayors” explores the men and women who occupy the most visible unpaid role in each of their respective cities.
WINSTON — Rockets red, blue and green blasted into the night air Saturday night as Winston celebrated the Fourth of July one day early.
At the Canyonville Farmers Market on Wednesday, flower seeds and educational facts sheets were handed out for a save the bees initiative.
After a year hiatus due to COVID-19, the Winston-Dillard Melon Festival will return to Winston’s Riverbend Park Sept. 17-19.
Riddle’s Sawdust Jubilee will look different this year, as events have been scheduled for only one day rather than the whole weekend.
The Myrtle Creek Summer Festival skipped a beat last year due to the coronavirus. But it is back this summer, celebrating 34 years of sun, fun, music and fireworks, and those involved say they couldn’t be more excited.
MYRTLE CREEK — The Myrtle Creek-Tri City Area Chamber of Commerce has announced that Susan Morgan, former Oregon state representative and Douglas County commissioner, will be the Master of Ceremonies at the 63rd Annual Citizen of the Year Awards Ceremony.
About 20 people, including three horse teams and a sizable ground crew, gathered Saturday morning at K-Bar Ranches south of Roseburg. They were there to tag, inoculate, brand, and, if necessary, castrate about 130 calves belonging to EZ Angus cattle.
For more than two decades every student at Canyonville School would be taught by Lynn Rauth in kindergarten, Shelly Cullett in first grade and Kasha Harbaugh in second grade.
The Douglas County COVID-19 Response Team reported six new cases Saturday.
A retired Douglas County Sheriff’s Office deputy has died from duty-related wounds suffered in 1980, Sheriff Jon Hanlin announced Friday night.
A Douglas Interagency Narcotics Team detective dove into the South Umpqua River to seize a bag containing more than 1 pound of methamphetamine during an attempted traffic stop in Myrtle Creek on Tuesday.
WINSTON — Several boxes and food items were loaded into the back of Christina and Delbert Hollis’ vehicle Monday morning at Riverbend Park, where the Dillard-Winston Food Pantry found a temporary new home.
WINSTON — The mosaic wall that has been standing at the entrance to Douglas High School since 1953 has been moved off campus while the high school undergoes construction.
WINSTON — Two boys were allegedly involved in the fire that destroyed the Church of the Nazarene in Winston on Saturday.
MYRTLE CREEK — The 25th annual tradition of Myrtle Creek fourth graders attending the Seven Feathers Sportsmen’s & Outdoor Recreation Show was altered this year.
Douglas High School sophomore Payton Pierce’s saxophone will be one of many getting an upgrade this year, thanks to a a $10,000 grant from C. Giles Hunt Charitable Trust recently awarded to the school’s band department.
A Kubota side-by-side all-terrain vehicle is cruising up an access road to meet up with a cheetah mother and her new litter of cubs.
WINSTON — Winston-Dillard School District board of education gave a community group two options for moving a mural, but members of the group are not happy, as both are out of sight.
Much of Douglas High School is blocked off by safety fences as construction crews work to bring the buildings into the 21st century.