A former accountant at Adapt is suing the nonprofit agency for more than $1 million after she said she was forced to resign for reporting a series of “financial irregularities,” including potentially illegal activities, carried out by top managers.
When Jaco Coetzee first came to Roseburg, he knew he wanted to help people in the community that tend to be forgotten. Volunteering at Casa de Belen gave him that opportunity, but he needed a way to make a connection with the youth he was working with. A room filled with old bicycles gave hi…
Like most mornings, Tim Edmondson arrived at the Roseburg Dream Center on Monday to a line of people waiting for some food, a little conversation, maybe a smile. The center gives a hand up to those in need in the downtown Roseburg area, including scores of homeless people. It is closed Frida…
WINSTON — Parking lots near Lookingglass Brewery filled with classic cars, rat rods, motorcycles, off-road vehicles and everything in.
YMCA of Douglas County held its 10th annual Water Safety Day on Saturday, which was transformed into a drive-thru event amid the coronavirus pandemic and social distancing guidelines.
The Cow Creek Tribe of Umpqua Band of Indians recently gave a nonprofit organization located in Jackson County $7,700 to buy two 3D printers, which are being used to make personal protective equipment and medical equipment for healthcare workers in Southwest Oregon.
It’s clearer now than ever how critical health care is to our local communities. That’s why it’s vital we create local educational and training opportunities here in Douglas County to provide a reliable pipeline of providers. The Southern Oregon Medical Workforce Center is a big piece of the…
According to health experts, the coronavirus is mostly detrimental to the age 65 and up population. Younger people, especially children, are considered low risk for the effects of the worldwide pandemic.
One of America’s greatest comfort foods will be put to work this month as the United Community Action Network launches its first-ever Cheese and Thank You campaign.
GLIDE — Close to 100 guests took part in the monthly Grateful Bread community dinner held Wednesday at the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
This month Battered Persons' Advocacy is inviting community members to sponsor or register to dance for the 9th Annual BPA Gala and Dance Competition.
The Roseburg Parks and Recreation Commission held a contentious debate about a proposal to install sanitary facilities in city parks at its meeting on Wednesday.
Cow Creek Umpqua Indian Foundation awarded $556,850 to 83 nonprofits serving Coos, Deschutes, Douglas, Jackson, Josephine, Klamath and Lane counties.
The Downtown Roseburg Association presented the results of a recently completed study showing people’s attitudes toward downtown at its annual meeting Thursday.
In an effort to offset its legal expenses, the Downtown Roseburg Association will pay the City of Roseburg $10,000 less in contract fees this year.