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Roseburg, Ore., — Roseburg High Varsity Volleyball team traveled to Willamette Thursday for a win on the road. RHS won all three sets 25-22, 25-9, 25-12. #5 Kinsey Brelage had 25 digs, with a serve/receive average of 2.5% and 3 service aces.#12 Emma Fairbairn committed 12 Kills. Shaylee Swartzendruber came through with 6 Kills, 3 […]

ROSEBURG, Ore. – The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office continues the investigation into the missing person case of Kendra Hanks and requests the public’s assistance with information. Hanks was reported missing on July 7, 2022, by her family after she didn’t arrive home from her place of employment. Hanks was last seen walking past B&D Meats […]

There were a number of primary elections around the country. Oregon was one of the states that held primaries Tuesday. Locally, primary voters voted on a number of office seats and measures. Tina Kotek won the democratic primary for Governor taking nearly 56% of the vote. Tobias Read, the closest challenger for the democratic ticket […]

Douglas County, Ore., – Several citizens have made complaints to the Douglas County Sheriff’s about a person going door-to-door attempting to sell air purifiers. Usually the person knocking on the doors is accompanied by two others waiting in a vehicle nearby creating suspicion to local residents. On Thursday, the Douglas County Sheriff’s posted on their […]

Former City Councilor Ashley Hicks was cited Monday for criminal mischief. Roseburg Police report that Ashley Hicks had painted the curb on both sides of her driveway with yellow paint. After speaking with Roseburg Public Works. Later, an officer met with Ashley and she was cited for the offense of Criminal Mischief II. Hicks was […]

A number of schools are on high alert after social media posts circulate threatening violence toward schools. Some schools around Oregon have called on law enforcement to investigate any possible threat to local schools. On Twitter, the Lake Oswego Police tweeted a series of tweets regarding a situation Thursday. We are managing a possible threat […]

Salem, Ore. – Peter DeFazio, the longest-serving member who represented Oregon’s Fourth Congressional District for 36 years has announced he will not seek re-election Wednesday. U.S. Rep. Peter DeFazio (OR-04) today announced he will not seek re-election in 2022. DeFazio, Chair of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, served 36 years in the House of Representatives, […]

Roseburg, Ore. – In October, Umpqua Watersheds filed a complaint against the US Forest Service challenging the Forest Service’s decision to remove ‘Danger Trees’ along 65 miles of public roads comprising nearly 2,600 acres of the Umpqua National Forest.  On Aug 18, 2021, the Forest Service issued a final decision on its proposed Archie Creek […]

ROSEBURG, Ore. – Umpqua Community College (UCC) has been awarded a $2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education’s Title III Strengthening Institutions Program. The 5-year grant will fund programs to support students in college preparedness, retention and graduation. The programs will employ two new staff members dedicated to helping students make the transition […]

Salem, Ore. – The Oregon Office of Economic Analysis (OEA) confirmed earlier this month a nearly $1.9 billion tax surplus, triggering a tax surplus credit, or “kicker,” for the 2021 tax year. Instead of kicker checks, the surplus will be returned to taxpayers through a credit on their 2021 state personal income tax returns filed […]