3,000 Douglas fir trees were planted on seven acres of private timber lands near Loon Lake.
The streets of downtown Roseburg are often packed with parked vehicles, so the Downtown Roseburg Association is seeking customer feedback on how it can improve parking.
Four finalists have been selected by the Roseburg School Board for district’s open superintendent position.
Governor Kate Brown talked about them last month and this week they were introduced in the legislature.
A new study from the University of Oregon is claiming that increased consequences of drunk driving result in a reduced likelihood of people repeating the offense.
The House has voted to make Oregon the latest state to give dying patients a right to try experimental medical treatments that haven't been approved by government regulators.
The filing deadline has passed and now the Douglas County Elections Office is gearing up to mail out ballots for the Special District Election on May 19.
The ‘Occupy Roseburg’ group is trying to find someone to host a small shelter – known as a Conestoga hut -- for the homeless.
The man named a suspect in a Bellevue murder was found early Tuesday morning at a rest area just south of the Oregon/California state border.
A cargo van slammed into a 6-year-old’s bedroom wall Monday night after the driver ran a stop sign, hit another car, and veered across the front yard of a Newport home.
Curry County Sheriff’s Office says that while driving northbound on Highway 101 in the Pistol River area, a black Ford Ranger going southbound drifted over the centerline, sideswiping an oncoming vehicle and nearly hitting it head on. The side mirrors were broken off both vehicles.
According to the Sheriff’s Office, the threat came just after 8:30 Monday morning. The Coos County 911 Center in Coquille received the call from an unidentified man stating he “had placed 2 bombs in the Coos County Courthouse.”
UPDATE: The Springfield City Council voted to approve a tax break for the Swanson Group, the owner of the sawmill that burned to the ground last year. This approval will extend the property tax exemption from three years to five years.
The Governor’s office says the drought continues to have significant impact on agriculture, livestock, and natural resources in each of the jurisdictions. The counties requested the state to take action, and the Oregon Drought Council considered the counties' requests by weighing current water conditions, future climatic forecasts, and agricultural impacts.
Firefighters from Douglas County Fire District #2 had a busy Easter weekend, responding to three house fires over the holiday weekend.