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  1. Female juvenile clocked going 40 mph over speed limit charged on suspicion of DUII

    A female juvenile was charged on suspicion of driving under the influence of intoxicants after police clocked her driving 40 mph over the posted speed limit near the intersection of Northeast Diamond Lake Boulevard and Douglas Avenue, Roseburg. At approximately 2:40 a.m., police say a 1994 Honda Civic was traveling 85 mph in a posted 45 mph speed zone.

  2. Former Douglas County district attorney and judge dies

    Lasswell had a long and distinguished career in law after getting his law degree from the University of Oregon School of Law in 1962. He was elected Douglas County District Attorney 1969.

  3. Farming, ranching good for Douglas County

    Farming and ranching bring a lot of money into Douglas County and support a lot of households. The county boasts 2,000 farms and ranches, with acreage totaling just over 380,000.

  4. Possible future sheriff's levy mentioned at county budget hearing

    Douglas County Commissioner Chris Boice said if there's no change to the county's revenue in the near future, it's likely the board of commissioners will put a tax levy before voters to fund the Douglas County Sheriff's Department. Boice made the comment Wednesday at a public hearing on the county government's budget.

  5. Family of Marian Winchell to honor her with Smokey Bear statue

    Marian Winchell looks over a display of Smokey Bear memorabilia she has offered to be on display at the Douglas Forest Protective Association in Roseburg on Thursday. One of Marian Winchell's favorite items in her collection of Smokey Bear memorabilia is a plush Smokey Bear with a rubber nose.

  6. Walk, bike tour reveals where Roseburg can improve to make healthy...

    Representatives from the Blue Zones Project came to Roseburg to gather information in order to develop a strategic plan to improve the walkability, bikeability and community gathering in the area. "For the last 60 years we've designed our communities around the vehicle," Blue Zones Built Environment Manager Samantha Thomas said.

  7. Chitwood Studio of Dance holds annual recital on June 21 and June 23 at Jacoby Auditorium

    Highlighting the creative efforts of 39 local dance students, the Chitwood Studio of Dance will hold its 48th annual recital at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday and Friday at Jacoby Auditorium on the Umpqua Community College campus. The dancers, ages 7 to 18, will perform 16 dances from beginner to advanced levels of ballet, tap dancing and jazz.

  8. Police log: 'Neighbor kid' shot daughter with a BB gun

    These logs are the highlights of initial emergency calls and reports to the Douglas County Dispatch Center. They do not represent all of the incidents or their final outcomes.

  9. Seneca Jones staff train for fire season

    Ashley Jones, special projects coordinator for the Seneca Family of Companies, practices using a fire hose during a company fire training event Friday morning. Scott Keep, vice president of lands and timber for Seneca Jones Timber Company, practices using a fire hose during a company fire training event Friday morning.

  10. Keasey Street residents see traffic spike

    Nonda Rider of South Coast Flagging reacts while directing drivers from Northwest Keasey Street onto Northwest Harvey Avenue as part of a three-month detour began Monday as part of a Stewart Parkway improvement project. Terry Brock, a worker from the Oregon Department of Transportation, reconfigures a traffic signal facing east on Northwest Harvey Avenue.