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Douglas County, Ore., — As the nation mourns over a school shooting at a private Christian school in Tennessee, Sheriff Hanlin announces that DCSO will be conducting training in Green this week. Hanlin’s statement reads: I want to remind the community about the training sessions my staff will be participating in this week. The training […]

ROSEBURG, Ore., — The Umpqua Community College Performing and Visual Arts Department presents “Swing and the Spring” on Apr. 14 at 7:00 p.m. at the Whipple Fine Arts Center on the UCC Campus.  The Umpqua Singers, under the direction of Dr. Jason A. Heald, will present a program of high-energy music including jazz standards, funk, […]

ROSEBURG, Ore. – The Sheriff’s Office has arrested three individuals for their involvement in a series of armed robberies that occurred between February 9th and February 12th, 2023. The Log Cabin Grocery was robbed on February 9th and then on February 12th, the Winchester Market and the Dillard Market were robbed. The Sheriff’s Office along […]

ROSEBURG, Ore.  — Arts and cultural organizations play an essential role in maintaining healthy and resilient communities. To support their vital work, the Pacific Power Foundation is donating more than $164,000 in new grant funding across the three states it serves.  The grants will help fund projects ranging from Shakespeare performances with American Sign Language interpretation to free music […]

OREGON COAST, Oregon—Oregon State Parks will host Spring Whale Watch Week in person along the Oregon Coast Tuesday, March 28 through Sunday, April 2. Every year thousands of gray whales pass through Oregon’s waters in the spring on their journey home from the calving lagoons in Mexico, and Oregon Parks and Recreation Department invites visitors […]

ROSEBURG, Ore., — Umpqua Community College (UCC) has engaged legal counsel to respond to the Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC) over sanctions delivered against its men’s basketball team and athletics program.  Following a notification of concerns in the management of housing for men’s basketball players, UCC cooperated with the NWAC and in some instances recognized noncompliance with […]

Salem, OR., – After months of inaccurate and illegally withheld pay, Oregon Nurses Association (ONA) members filed a class action lawsuit against CommonSpirit Health in February. Nurses are suing CommonSpirit to stop it from committing wage theft and recoup lost pay for health care workers at CommonSpirit’s hospitals in Roseburg and Pendleton. ONA represents more than […]

Salem, Ore., – Oregon State Police is asking for the public’s assistance with theft of a credit card investigation in Douglas & Lane Counties. An OSP Trooper was contacted by an individual who was traveling on Interstate-5 on February 10, 2023, with her three kids when, at approximately 11:00 AM, she stopped at the rest […]

Roseburg, Ore., – The Roseburg Warming Center will reopen Saturday night, March 4, through Thursday morning, March 9, after returning this week to a Winchester Avenue location. On Thursday, March 2, the Onward Roseburg board of directors shared the sorrow reverberating through the organization and elsewhere in the community in the wake of an early […]

Roseburg, Ore., – The Roseburg Warming Center will not reopen Wednesday, March 1. “Efforts are underway to enable Onward Roseburg to open a temporary overnight warming shelter as soon as possible,” warming center operator Kimetha Stallings, founder of Onward Roseburg said. Onward Roseburg has arranged to use a building owned by Adapt at 406 Winchester […]