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Abortion remains legal, accessible in Oregon in wake of Supreme Court ruling Decision has no effect on Oregon’s Reproductive Health Equity Act that guarantees right to receive abortion, health care providers’ right to provide it PORTLAND, Ore. — Following a U.S. Supreme Court decision today that overturns Roe vs. Wade, Oregon Health Authority (OHA) is reminding […]

Roseburg, Ore. – Douglas County Fire District No.2 responded to a report of a male that fell approximately 30 feet into a well when attempting to fix the pump in the Green district. The first arriving crew confirmed the dispatch information and requested The Fire Districts technical rescue team to assist with removing the male […]

(Douglas County, Ore.) – Douglas County Commissioners Tim Freeman, Chris Boice and Tom Kress are sending out a recruitment notice for volunteer Camp Hosts for three of our Douglas County Parks & Campgrounds. Our Douglas County Parks Department needs volunteer camp hosts for the following parks/campgrounds: Chief Miwaleta RV Park and Campground located at 8200 […]

Roseburg, Ore. – Two men were cited while protesting at the Pride event on Saturday. Shawn Kellim and Bryan Carver were with a group of people who had a disagreement with persons attending the Pride event Saturday. The event was a permitted event. PFLAG Roseburg had a permit to hold an event on the Courthouse […]

WINCHESTER, Ore., — The Mainstream student media publications at Umpqua Community College won eight awards out of the seven categories they applied for through the Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association Collegiate Newspaper Contest. Publications all over Oregon enter this competition. The Mainstream advisor of 19 years Melinda Benton shares her excitement for her small student staff’s […]

ROSEBURG, Ore – Beginning today, angling at the mouth of all Umpqua River tributaries is prohibited from Scottsburg Bridge upstream to River Forks boat ramp. Angling is closed within 200 feet from all portions of a tributary’s mouth and in the tributaries themselves from the mouth to 200 feet upstream. This rule is in effect […]

ROSEBURG, Ore., — Students interested in pursuing a degree in psychology can now complete a bachelor of science degree on the UCC campus in Roseburg with a new agreement between Umpqua Community College and Bushnell University. Upon completion of their UCC Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer (AAOT) degree, students interested in completing a bachelor of […]

Portland, Ore. — The 142nd Wing out of the Portland Air National Guard Base, Portland, Oregon will conduct Memorial Day flyovers for ceremonies at locations throughout the state. 142nd Wing Commander, Colonel Todd Hofford, said the wing is proud to conduct the flyovers. “F-15 flyovers from the 142nd Wing and your hometown Air Force are […]

Myrtle Creek, Ore. — On Wednesday, at approximately 08:00 AM, Deputies with the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office responded to an address on Weaver Road in Myrtle Creek to investigate a domestic violence complaint.   Upon arrival the suspect, Spencer Cassanova Heckathorne (60), had fled the scene. Probable cause was established to arrest Heckathorne for the crimes […]

ROSEBURG, Ore – Hatchery summer steelhead smolts were released today from Rock Creek Hatchery into the North Umpqua River per a court order issued this week by the Marion County Circuit Court. Petitioners Douglas County, Umpqua Fishery Enhancement Derby, Inc., and Scott Worsley (a fishing guide) filed for a preliminary injunction seeking to prevent from […]