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  1. Sheriff, police accepting applications to 2017 Citizen Police Academy

    You've seen actors portraying police on TV disable a perpetrator by shooting them in the foot from 50 yards away with a pistol and you've seen that same perp struggle on the sidewalk for minutes after "riding the lightening," but what most officers in Douglas County will tell you is, "If you've seen it on TV, it probably isn't true." For a chance to learn about how police actually operate, the Douglas County Sheriff's Office and the Roseburg Police Department, in cooperation with Umpqua Community College, are again accepting applications and hosting the 2017 Citizen Police Academy.

  2. Intel Oregon First Lego League State Robotics Championships on Jan. 14,15 postponed

    The Intel Oregon FIRST LEGO League State Robotics Championships scheduled to take place Saturday and Sunday in Hillsboro has been postponed. Three Douglas County youth teams were scheduled to attend the event: the Cybernetic Elks from Elkton Charter School, Gobotics from Geneva Academy in Roseburg and Snow-Leopardz from John C. Fremont Middle School Robotics Club in Roseburg.

  3. Police log: Two men seen with handguns drawn in Oakland

    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.

  4. The 2017 Robert Burns Night will takes place at Seven Feathers this year on Jan. 21

    With haggis on the menu and the sound of bagpipes in the air, the 2017 Burns Night will provide an evening of Scottish culture and history, and the public is invited. This semi-formal event will take place at 5 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 21, in the convention center at Seven Feathers Casino Resort in Canyonville.

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    The deadline for entries in the 2017 Gabriel Awards has been extended until Friday, Feb. 3, for creators to submit entries that enrich the human spirit. Each year, categories include film, radio, television, internet and social media with subcategories covering documentary, arts, entertainment, news and community awareness.

  6. Gas prices expected to rise in 2017

    Costco employee Denise Abernathy hands a receipt to Glide resident Kathy Knapp on Tuesday at the Costco gas station in Roseburg. On Tuesday, Costco charged $2.39 for a gallon of regular gasoline.

  7. Two proposals take aim at reducing PERS liabilities

    Two proposals take aim at reducing PERS liabilitiesSALEM - As lawmakers head into the 2017 legislative session, at least two proposed bills plan to address oft-tread territory: the state's pension system. In 2013, the Legislature approved a slew of changes to the system, referred to as PERS, only to have many of them rejected by the Oregon Supreme Court in 2015.

  8. Police log: Son and girlfriend won't leave after coming over for Thanksgiving dinner

    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. Police investigating sale of marijuana brownies at Roseburg High School

    The Roseburg Police Department confirmed Wednesday it is investigating a report of a student selling marijuana laced brownies at Roseburg High School. Officials say between 12-15 students will likely be charged with being a minor in possession of marijuana and one male student will likely be charged with unlawful delivery of marijuana within 1,000 feet of a school.

  10. BLM to pay $4.7M in timber payments to Douglas County

    The Bureau of Land Management plans to distribute about $19 million from timber sales to the 18 western Oregon counties covered under the 1937 Oregon and California Lands and the Coos Bay Wagon Road Acts, the agency announced Jan. 10, 2016. The Bureau of Land Management plans to distribute about $19 million from timber sales to the 18 western Oregon counties covered under the 1937 Oregon and California Lands and the Coos Bay Wagon Road Acts, the agency announced Jan. 10, 2016.