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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 […]

Drivers who visit downtown Roseburg and the Laurelwood area are getting a reprieve as parking tickets won’t start to be given out until Friday, April 1. Drivers have 1 more month to adjust to a return to parking enforcement due to supply-chain issues affecting paper parking tickets. Work also continues by ACE Parking, the new […]

Roseburg, Ore – On Saturday, detectives with the Douglas Interagency Narcotics Team (DINT) were informed of a commercial fire in the 300 block of Beaver Lane, in Roseburg, Oregon. The structure which was on fire was believed to be the site of a cannabis extraction lab. DINT detectives arrived at the location and began an […]

Roseburg, Ore. – Parking enforcement will resume downtown and in the Laurelwood neighborhood beginning in March. The city has implemented changes following extensive community input on a new parking plan. A parking services contractor, ACE Parking, will begin more active enforcement after conducting community outreach and education since early February. ACE will electronically chalk cars […]

CENTRAL POINT, Ore. – The Southern Oregon Child Exploitation Team (SOCET) joint inter-agency task force alongside Jackson County Sheriff’s Office (JCSO) patrol deputies, served a search warrant this morning at a residence on Westover Boulevard in Central Point. Detectives from JCSO, Oregon State Police (OSP), Medford Police Department (MPD), Grants Pass Police Department (GPPD), and […]

PORTLAND, Ore. – Oregon will lift mask requirements for indoor public places and Oregon’s schools on March 19, Oregon Health Authority (OHA) announced today, as hospitalizations drop and are projected to reach levels below those at the start of the Omicron surge. Earlier this month, OHA announced that the general indoor mask requirement would be […]

DOUGLAS COUNTY, OR – Tax time is here and as such, many residents are awaiting tax return checks. This also provides prime opportunities for thieves to attempt to intercept your refund checks from unsecure mailboxes. Recently, the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office has received numerous reports of mail theft occurring throughout the county.   “In addition to […]

SALEM, Ore. — Oregon Housing and Community Services (OHCS) announced that as of Feb. 14, the emergency response program has paid out $282.4 million in federal emergency rental assistance (ERA) to 39,797 households, up from $278.3 million and 39,303 applicants last week, through the Oregon Emergency Rental Assistance Program (OERAP).  OERAP continues to be one of […]

ROSEBURG, Ore., – Pursuing Echoes is a fine art series rooted in artist Lindsey Dunnagan’s experiences of the final decade of her Alzheimers-stricken grandmother’s life. Her work includes ethereal imagery in which she seeks to answer the questions, “What is the journey between life and death?” and “Where are the edges [of the permeable line between […]

Douglas County, Ore. – Douglas County Commissioner Tim Freeman, Commissioner Chris Boice and Commissioner Tom Kress issued a proclamation in honor of Human Trafficking Prevention Month during the Weekly Business Meeting on Wednesday, January 12, 2022. The proclamation was issued in order to bring about awareness that human trafficking is a modern form of slavery, […]