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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 […]

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 […]

Roseburg, Ore., – Onward Roseburg will reopen the Roseburg Warming Center tonight through at least Wednesday night, March 1, thanks to continued support from volunteers and the community. Warming center operator Kimetha Stallings, founder of Onward Roseburg, was able to quickly line up enough volunteers to be able to open tonight. She’ll continue to watch […]

Roseburg, Ore., — At 23:39 p.m. late Friday night Douglas County Fire District No. 2 units responded to what was initially reported as a structure fire on Follett Street in the Newton Creek area of Roseburg. First arriving units found a working RV fire in front of a residence. Fire crews made an aggressive fire […]

ROSEBURG, Ore – Numbers of wild summer steelhead returning to the North Umpqua River are showing improvement. As of July 19, 1,094 wild summer steelhead crossed Winchester Dam in the North Umpqua River. Which is an improvement over 2021 when a total of just 450 wild fish returned. Although returns remain below average for this […]

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 […]

Witness the spectacle of seasonal bird migration during Roseburg Spring 2022 Swift Watch & World Migratory Bird Day Celebration on upcoming Friday evenings in Fir Grove Park. Roseburg Parks and Recreation is co-sponsoring swift watches on four Friday evenings – April 22, April 29, May 6 and May 13 — with the Umpqua Valley Audubon […]

Roseburg, Ore. – COVID-19 relief funds are available to businesses that suffered from the pandemic. Small Douglas County businesses have until 5 p.m., Thursday, March 31 to apply for COVID-19 relief funds through a $500,000 community development block grant program. The money is being made available through an Emergency Small Business and Microenterprise Grant Program […]

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 […]