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  1. Festival of Lights opens Sunday

    The Festival of Lights opens Sunday and is open every night at River Forks Park through Monday, Jan. 1, at 380 River Forks Road, Roseburg. Visitors can view 90 light displays with 500,000 lights at $10 a car, along with attractions like the World's Largest Nutcracker.

  2. Sen. Jeff Kruse

    While top Oregon political leaders called on state Sen. Jeff Kruse to resign immediately Thursday a day after a female senator filed a formal complaint alleging years of sexual harassment and inappropriate touching, local Republicans chose to take a wait-and-see attitude Thursday. Kruse, a Republican from Roseburg, was the subject of an official complaint filed by state Sen. Sara Gelser, who described alleged instances of unwanted touching and sexual harassment that began in 2011.

  3. Stewart Parkway closure Friday evening

    Terry Brock, a worker from the Oregon Department of Transportation, reconfigures a traffic signal facing east on Northwest Harvey Avenue earlier this year. Stewart Parkway will be closed Friday evening beginning at 9 p.m. to allow striping of the roadway and street markings.

  4. Music at the Meadery presents Dan Harmon and the Cascade Country band Sunday

    Music at the Meadery presents Dan Harmon and the Cascade Country Band from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday at Oran Mor Artisan Mead, 305 Melrose Road, Roseburg. Harmon is renowned for his classic country voice that encourages dancing.

  5. Umpqua Kennel Club Dog Show to bring economic benefits

    From left, Cindy Champ and her husband Marv Champ of Stayton and John McLaughlin of Grants Pass walk with their Irish Setters Mckenzie, Samantha, Willow and Shaylynn respectively at the Douglas County Fairgrounds on Tuesday. The dogs and their owners will be competing in the upcoming Umpqua Kennel Club Dog Show.

  6. Complaint details alleged sexual misconduct by state Sen. Jeff Kruse

    State Sen. Sara Gelser said the unwanted and inappropriate physical contact from state Sen. Jeff Kruse started in 2011 with hugs, kisses on her cheek, and whispers in her ear, according to a complaint filed Wednesday by Gelser that detailed the alleged sexual harassment for the first time. "I would step away from these behaviors but was concerned that I would offend or embarrass him by discussing the behavior.

  7. VA working to provide best service it can

    I am the wife of a World War II veteran. We visit the VA facility in Roseburg weekly.

  8. Roseburg man arrested for producing child porn, sex abuse

    A Roseburg man was arrested on sex abuse charges after detectives determined he was uploading images of child pornography to the internet. Oregon State Police they served a search warrant on November 2 at the Roseburg home of 29-year-old Kelly Shane Rice.

  9. Shots heard in west Roseburg worries school and parents

    Police were called to Fullerton IV Elementary School in west Roseburg on Tuesday morning after some students reported hearing what they thought were gunshots. Fullerton Principal Katrina Hanson said first, second and third graders were out for recess Tuesday morning and some staff and students heard some bangs.

  10. Oregon man accused of using infant stepdaughter to create child pornography, police say

    Authorities arrested a Roseburg man accused of creating pornographic images of his 1-year-old stepdaughter and then sharing them on social media, Oregon State Police said Wednesday. Kelly Shane Rice, 29, faces charges of unlawful sexual penetration, sex abuse, encouraging child sex abuse and using a child in display of sexually explicit conduct following an investigation, police said.