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  1. Entrepreneurs give back to Douglas County community

    Sam Gross has gotten involved in several business ventures, including Loggers Tap House, since returning to his hometown of Roseburg in 2008. From left, Douglas County Sheriff John Hanlin and Sen. Jeff Kruse congratulate Roseburg City Council Ward 3 candidate Brian Prawitz at the Douglas County Courthouse after winning a position on the Roseburg City Council.

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    The Stanton Park river access site closed for repairs Saturday and will remain closed until further notice. The road to the access site has collapsed in places and has been corroded by recent storms.

  3. Rotary auctions have huge impact on Douglas County kids

    Hannah York of Glide stands with her Grand Champion steer, Moose, prior to the Rotary Auction at the Douglas County Fair in August 2016. Colliding Rivers Livestock 4-H Club member Lillie Trumble prepares to take her lamb Elley out of her pen at Don Santos' ranch near Glide.

  4. Obamacare supporters march down Stewart Parkway

    Marchers walk from Sportsman's Warehous to CHI Mercy Medical Center to rally for the the Affordable Care Act Saturday afternoon, Feb. 25, 2017. A giant paper mache doctor, known as Dr. H.C. A`Orta for Health Care for ALL Oregon, marches with others in support of the Affordable Care Act along Stewart Parkway between Sportsman's Warehouse and CHI Mercy Medical Center, Saturday afternoon, Feb. 25, 2017.

  5. Fifth-graders vie for kitchen kudos at Jo Lane Middle School cook-off

    Fifth-grade finalists from Roseburg Public Schools will compete for culinary honors at 5 p.m. Thursday, March 2, when Joseph Lane Middle School hosts the third annual Future Chef Cook-off in the school cafeteria. The event is open to the public.

  6. Littlejohn files for UCC board position for Zone #4

    Roseburg financial planner, David Littlejohn, has filed with the Douglas County Clerk's office to run for the Umpqua Community College Board of Trustees in the May election. Littlejohn, the owner of Littlejohn Financial Services in Roseburg, filed the papers to run for the Zone 4 position, which is east-central Douglas County.

  7. Police blocking Roseburg roads while investigating shots fired on Lane Avenue

    Police are blocking roads in southeast Roseburg after an individual reported being shot at Friday afternoon in the 300 block of Southeast Lane Avenue, Roseburg. Reporter Ian Campbell can be reached at 541-957-4209 or .

  8. Intuitive Compass plays at Oran Mor Artisan Mead at Steampunk Mardi Gras event Feb. 25

    With a vision of supporting local arts and music, Music at the Meadery presents Intuitive Compass on Saturday evening at a Steampunk Mardi Gras celebration for all ages at Oran Mor Artisan Mead in Roseburg. The meadery opened last June.

  9. Long-time rancher and Farm Bureau member honored

    A long career as a sheep rancher and several decades as a member of the Douglas County Farm Bureau has earned Roger Collis another honor. At the recent 84th annual Oregon Farm Bureau meeting in Salem he was recognized and honored with a County Farm Bureau Service Award.

  10. BottleDrop Center coming to Roseburg

    Oregon Beverage Recycling Cooperative is planning to open a BottleDrop Redemption Center in Roseburg at the old location of Coastal Farm & Ranch. Oregon Beverage Recycling Cooperative is planning to open a BottleDrop Redemption Center in Roseburg at the old location of Coastal Farm & Ranch.