WINTER STORM WATCH FOR CENTRAL DOUGLAS COUNTY, NEIGHBORING COUNTIES
A Winter Storm Watch remains in effect from Wednesday afternoon through Thursday evening above 2,500 feet for central Douglas County, eastern Curry County and Josephine and Jackson counties. Forecasters at the National Weather Service said heavy snow is expected above 2,500 feet. Total accumulations of up to 12 inches are...
Quench Your Thirst: Five Unforgettable Pubs in Roseburg
Welcome to this article where we explore five enticing pubs in Roseburg. Have you had the chance to visit any of them? If yes, we would love to hear your thoughts and experiences in the comments section below!
ROSEBURG WOMAN CHARGED FOR ALLEGEDLY ATTEMPTING TO ELUDE
A Roseburg woman was charged by Roseburg for allegedly attempting to elude on Saturday night. An RPD report said at 8:50 p.m. an officer attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a sedan near Southeast Fowler Street and Northeast Diamond Lake Boulevard after a traffic violation was observed. The vehicle reportedly attempted to elude the officer until it finally stopped near West Union Street and West Brown Avenue.
FUGITIVE ARRESTED BY ROSEBURG POLICE ON FRIDAY
A fugitive was arrested by Roseburg Police on Friday. An RPD report said at 12:40 p.m. officers contacted the 46-year-old in the 400 block of Northeast Oakland Avenue after a caller said the man was acting strange. He was taken into custody for a Coos Bay Police Department warrant. The...
ROSEBURG POLICE CITE MAN FOR SECOND-DEGREE CRIMINAL TRESPASS
Roseburg Police cited a man for second-degree criminal trespass on Friday. An RPD report said just after 1:10 p.m. the 39-year-old was spotted near the intersection of Southeast Jackson Street and Southeast Court Street. An officer knew the suspect was a City Expulsion Violator on his third warning and was in the exclusion zone.
Sobering Center approved to be added to the Coos County Jail
Coos County Commissioners have approved establishing a sobering center in the county jail. The commissioners unanimously approved the project Jan. 24, agreeing to contribute $300,000 for the first year of operation and $250,000 annually for the next four years, to go with an annual contribution from Coos Bay. Sheriff Gabe Fabrizio said he’s considering putting...
Umpqua Community College threat "not credible," Douglas County deputies say
ROSEBURG, Ore. – Umpqua Community College closed its campus on Monday for a threat to prioritize the safety of its students and staff, but the threat was later found to be not credible, Douglas County Sheriff's Office deputies said. UCC officials canceled all classes and events at the UCC...
Experience Authentic Mexican Cuisine in Winston: Three Restaurants You Can't Miss
In this article, we're exploring three delightful Mexican restaurants in Winston. Have you had the chance to dine at any of these establishments? If yes, we would love to hear your experiences in the comments section below:
Roseburg's Friendly Kitchen pauses Meals on Wheels service Monday
ROSEBURG, Ore. — The Friendly Kitchen paused its Meals on Wheels program on Monday in Roseburg, meaning no meal deliveries will be made on Feb. 26. "Due to unforeseen circumstances, Meals on Wheels of Roseburg will not be delivering meals on February 26th," the organization said. Meals on Wheels...
Former Roseburg resident aims for Ms. Wheelchair USA title
ROSEBURG, Ore. — Ms. Wheelchair Pacific Coast Melinda Preciado plans to go national with her advocacy by going to the main stage in Ohio to win Ms. Wheelchair USA. Preciado spent 20+ years of her life in Douglas County working in health care before facing a life changing event in 2021 that placed her in a wheelchair and ignited her passion to innovate the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Campus job opportunities now open for students
Jobs are available on campus for students needing extra income, with no financial aid eligibility requirement. Finding these jobs on campus won’t be an intuitive process for most students as campus job listings are a bit difficult to find, and most students don’t know about them. These are job listings posted by the campus for the campus, they do not fall under the federal aid and work study job eligibility requirements.
HOME AND GARDEN SHOP HAPPENING FRIDAY-SUNDAY
The Umpqua Valley Home Builders Association is presenting its annual Home and Garden Show Friday through Sunday at the Douglas County Fairgrounds. It will be held in Douglas Hall and the Community Conference Hall. Over 100 experts specializing in making project ideas come true will be at the event. That...
Indulge in Myrtle Creek's 3 Most Delectable Pizzas
In this article, we're exploring three fantastic Pizzas in Myrtle Creek. Have you had the chance to taste any of these yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts! Please leave your comments below:
VEHICLE HITS STORE BUILDING IN WINSTON WEDNESDAY
A vehicle hit a building in Winston on Wednesday. Information from Winston Police Department said at about 4:15 p.m. an elderly female driver accidently hit the gas instead of the brake, while in the parking lot of 7-11 on Northwest Main Street. This caused the vehicle to run into the front of the store, causing cosmetic damage. No one was injured in the incident.
CITY SAYS PARKING TICKET APPEALS HAVE BEEN STREAMLINED
The parking ticket appeal process will be simplified for drivers, following a collaborative effort by the City of Roseburg and its parking program coordinator, ACE parking, according to a city release. It said the administrative review has been eliminated for drivers who want to contest a ticket. The modification will...
Back on top: After upset losses, Roseburg’s Gage Singleton ends his prep career a state champion
Nobody needed this more than Gage Singleton. After winning 106-pound state championships as a freshman and a sophomore, Singleton was on pace to become a four-time champion. He would have been the third from Roseburg to do it. If you purchase a product or register for an account through a...
Tonight on KEZI 9 News at 4: Umpqua Community College shut down for threat; local company helps those training for Eugene Marathon
Umpqua Community College was closed on Monday for a security threat at campus. Meanwhile, a local company is using technology to help folks train for the Eugene Marathon. Holden LeCroy has the weather.
ROSEBURG POLICE DETAIN WOMAN ON 13 CHARGES
Roseburg Police detained a woman on 13 charges after contacting her on Thursday. An RPD report said at 5:00 p.m. 37-year-old Tamara Owsley was spotted in the 600 block of West Madrone Street after being developed as a suspect in a case. During the months of November and December, Owsley allegedly deposited fraudulent checks belonging to a victim into her account on three different occasions.
Roseburg Feb 23 Weekly Crime Report
During the last week, the place of Roseburg reported a total of 8 crime cases. The data, broken down by type, reveals that there were 5 arrests, 2 instances of trespassing, and 1 assault. Most of the crimes reported were arrests, making up over half of the total cases. Trespassing was the second most common crime, while assault was the least reported, contributing to just 12.5% of the total crime cases. It's worth noting that the majority of the arrests took place late in the evening or early in the morning. The severity of the crimes reported is relatively high, with arrests and assault cases indicating a significant level of criminal activity in the place. The local authorities are urged to increase vigilance, particularly during the night hours, to curb the rising crime rate.
From 3A to 6A: Drew Dawson ends transfer to Roseburg with a wrestling state championship
A year ago, Drew Dawson was a freshman. He was a relative unknown in Class 3A’s 106-pound weight class and finished third in the state tournament with a win over La Pine’s Riley Flack in the consolation finals. That was when Dawson was competing for Glide High School.