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  1. Veterans rally in support of the Roseburg VA Medical Center; protest negative media coverage

    Members of the Vietnam Veterans of America Umpqua Valley Chapter 805 stand at the intersection of Northeast Diamond Lake Boulevard and Northeast Jackson Street on Monday to show support for the Roseburg Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Roseburg. From left are Bruce Ellis, Jennifer Ellis and Terry Mooney.

  2. 'Deeming rule' set to harm small businesses and discourage positive health outcomes

    Cigarettes each year kill more than 480,000 Americans and cost our nation over $300 billion in medical care and lost productivity, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Of the 522,400 adults who smoke in Oregon, 5,500 will die within the year and many will continue to battle a disease caused by smoking.

  3. Mobile device citations remain flat after tougher law

    Oregon State Police Senior Trooper Zac McClendon returns to his vehicle after making a traffic stop while on patrol in Roseburg on Thursday. Oregon State Police senior trooper Zac McClendon, left, speaks with Lt.

  4. Changes on the horizon for recycling in Douglas County

    But as the cost of recycling rises due to tighter restrictions, those items might be headed for a landfill in the near future. As of now, the local disposal companies are just paying more to be able to keep recycling.

  5. Around the Umpqua

    Oregon State University Extension Service plans to host Douglas County Weed Day 2018 on Feb. 7 to help educate the public about controlling noxious and obnoxious weeds. The program will run from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Cascade Hall at the Douglas County Fairgrounds in Roseburg.

  6. Chamber Corner: Roseburg to celebrate accomplishments at 64th annual banquet

    "Business Rules" is not just the theme for the Roseburg Area Chamber of Commerce's 64th annual membership meeting and awards banquet to be held this Thursday at the Douglas County Fairgrounds. It is also a mantra for chambers across the country.

  7. Common Ground march brings out crowd of demontrators

    Kate Durket of Sutherlin holds a piA ata made in the likeness of President Donald Trump during a rally in Roseburg on Saturday. George Roth of Roseburg holds a sign towards passing traffic on Garden Valley Blvd. during a rally in Roseburg on Saturday.

  8. Roseburg K-9 retires after long, successful career

    Roseburg Police Detective Ryan Dingman poses with K-9 Iago before a ceremony marking Iago's retirement in Roseburg on Thursday. Roseburg Police Chief Jim Burge recognizes the work of police K-9 Iago and his handler Det.

  9. Flu season spikes early in Douglas County

    Sarah Whisenhunt of Roseburg receives an influenza shot from vaccine coordinator Sallie Dean at Umpqua Community Health Center on Wednesday. "This is a bit worse year than usual but not out of the ordinary," Dr. Robert Dannenhoffer, the Douglas County Health Officer, said.

  10. Roseburg man faces lawsuit after boat crash in Clatsop County

    Seconds before Marlin Lee Larsen's boat allegedly crashed into another boat the morning of Aug. 14, the passengers of the second boat jumped into the Columbia River near Tansy Point to avoid the collision. Larsen, who is the general manager emeritus of Harvard Medical Park in Roseburg, pleaded not guilty to all charges filed by the Clatsop County Sheriff's Office against him after the incident, including multiple counts of fourth-degree assault, recklessly endangering the three passengers and recklessly operating a boat.