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Feature photo: Work progressing at Micelli Park
Roseburg city employees Randy Todd, right, and Shane Crosier work last week at the site of a future playground in Micelli Park.
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Tue Apr 15, 2014
Roseburg woman returns to help hometown typhoon victims in Philippines
Sandy Fisher of Roseburg stands outside Wellspring Bible Fellowship Friday. The Roseburg-based church plans to send representatives to Fisher's hometown in the Philippines next month as part of a mission to help typhoon survivors.
Roseburg Forest Products salvages its investment
Phil Adams, Roseburg Forest Products Timber Manager, holds a sapling while leading a tour through forestland consumed by last year's Douglas Complex Fire outside Glendale, April 3. Community For Healthy Forests senior policy advisor Javier Goirigolzarri, front, speaks with attorney Dominic Carollo of Roseburg while on a tour of forestland consumed ... (more)
Sunrise Enterprises matches people with disabilities with jobs
Employee Jeanine Hoffas, left, and district manager Kim Rogers work on a drink order at the Wendy's restaurant in Roseburg Thursday afternoon.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Myrtle Creek man gets 10 years in prison for shooting
A Myrtle Creek man was sentenced to 10 years in prison for shooting a man in the head with a shotgun.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Oregon officials consider selling the Elliott State Forest to help finance schools
The state of Oregon will consider selling the whole Elliott State Forest , where legal battles over logging and protections for threatened species have reduced revenues for schools.
Sheriff: Teen girl attacked in downtown Roseburg
A Roseburg area transient attacked a teen girl after she let him use her phone on Thursday, the Sheriff's office said.
RHS senior awarded as Eagle Scout
A Roseburg High School senior has done what only about 4% of boy scouts are able to accomplish: Attain the rank of Eagle Scout.
Medford Mail Tribune
Woman killed, three others hurt in 3-car collision
A Grants Pass woman died and three other people were injured when a sport utility vehicle careened out of control and hit several other vehicles near a freeway interchange in Roseburg on Tuesday.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Do you focus on quality-time or quantity? | Moms
About: Robbin is transplanted from Atlanta, Georgia, married to a native Oregonian who brought her to Roseburg to follow his career as an attorney.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Grants Pass woman dies in Roseburg car crash
Authorities are continuing their investigation into a fatal crash triggered Tuesday afternoon when a driver lost control of her car and hit two more vehicles while turning off Interstate 5 in Roseburg.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Feature Photos: Tortoise in the park
Monday proved to be a walk in the park for Freddy, a 14-year-old Russian tortoise.
Feature Photos: Earth Day and Energy Fair
Andy Helmer, 10, of Roseburg checks out model solar cars for sale Saturday at the Douglas County Earth Day and Energy Fair at the Douglas County Fairgrounds.
Police: Man beat mom who wanted porch cleaned
A Roseburg man is behind bars after police say he beat up his mother when she asked him to clean up the porch.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Veterinarian to ranchers: It pays to be kind to livestock
These twin lambs find comfort in being close to their mother in mid-February on a Days Creek area ranch.
Lamar Daily News
The gibus is no gibe
Q: A line in a book I just read goes, "Charles, being late as usual, folded his gibus as he explained to his wife why he missed part of the opera."
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Reforestation underway on private lands burned by Douglas Complex
The Douglas Complex fire burned about 50,000 acres last year. The portion of the acreage that is privately owned is undergoing an aggressive reforestation process, according to Roseburg Forest Products.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
Sunrise Enterprises model togs at Earth Day fair
Randy Jones of Roseburg tries on a jacket last week at Sunrise Shop & Save in Roseburg as Linda Jensen, manger of Sunrise's skills development center, looks on.
Monica Wehby, Jason Conger exchange charges over Columbia River Crossing, convention center hotel
Republican senate candidates Jason Conger and Monica Wehby are now arguing over two ptoposed mega-projects in the Portland area -- the now-defunct Columbia River Crossing project and the publicly subsidized hotel planned for the Oregon Convention Center.
New trial set in Douglas County for man accused of faking own death
A new trial date has been scheduled for a man accused of faking his death in a fishing accident 15 years ago to avoid a trial on child sex-abuse charges.