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  1. Young Entrepreneurs Society Pubtalk set for April 26

    This month's Young Entrepreneurs Society Pubtalk is slated for 5 p.m. Wednesdayat the Umpqua Business Center, 522 S.E. Washington Ave., Roseburg. Networking, beer and pizza will be offered before and after a discussion with participants from Startup Weekend Roseburg.

  2. Volunteers assemble delicate flowers for Glide Wildflower Show

    Not everyone has the time or physical ability to hike to distant fields to find many of Oregon's native wildflowers. For them, there's the Glide Wildflower Show.

  3. FAA proposes airport solution to Mt. Nebo obstruction

    Pilots and air ambulances cannot use the Roseburg Municipal Airport at night until city staff find a way to mitigate Mt. Nebo as a runway obstruction.

  4. Fremont Middle School students had a blast at Civil War reenactment

    Civil War reenactors, gunshots and cannon fire took students on a journey through time Friday afternoon at Fremont Middle School in Roseburg. The reenactment event displayed for the students real-life situations that occurred during the 1860s time period.

  5. On Biz:

    Rather than search out work and submit bids, Clark Weger has decided to stay in one place and hopefully have customers come to him. That decision led to Weger purchasing the Sutherlin Water Garden & Nursery business from the Russell family.

  6. International culture fair teaches tolerance to Roseburg students

    One way of stopping bullying before it starts is to boost understanding of those who are different from us. That's the goal of Monday's program at Joseph Lane Middle School, where people representing 16 nations will meet with 250-plus sixth-graders for an international culture fair and assembly.

  7. Roseburg honored with title of Tree City USA for the first time ever

    With a row of trees lit by the Friday afternoon sun, an unidentified woman walks across Southeast Jackson Street in Roseburg. The city was recently named Tree City USA this month, one of 60 Oregon cities to earn this honor.

  8. Roseburg Public Schools opens online survey for district improvements until May 19

    Over the past year, several suggestions have been made by community members, staff members and students regarding possible changes in Roseburg Public Schools operations. To gauge overall interest in pursuing and possibly implementing these changes in the 2018-19 school year, we are sending out a four-question Yes/No survey.

  9. Police still searching for suspect in Wolf Creek shooting

    Oregon State Police are still seeking the public's assistance in locating a man with Roseburg ties who was allegedly involved in a shooting in the Wolf Creek area during the evening of April 6. Early that morning, the Oregon State Police SWAT team searched a residence in Wolf Creek where officials believed the suspect was staying, but troopers did not find 35-year-old Jacy Kevin McManus. McManus is accused of shooting a 55-year-old man at approximately 5 p.m. April 6 in Wolf Creek, a small, unincorporated town south of Glendale.

  10. Commissioners baffled on Stewart Parkway turn lane next steps

    At their meeting Wednesday, Public Works commissioners asked Roseburg councilor and chairman, Steve Kaser, why the city council voted against adding an extra turn lane on Stewart Parkway for turning onto Edenbower Boulevard. "I would say in my eight years on the city council, I have not disagreed with a decision on the council more," Kaser told commissioners.