President Barack Obama flew to Roseburg to meet with families of the UCC victims, and since it was a private trip, no one officially knew where he would be meeting with them.
“This area is the salt of the earth and disrespectful,” said Michelle Finn, organizer of ‘Defend Earth, Deny Barack Obama,’ one of the largest protest groups. It used Facebook to ask thousands of people to join them in their Roseburg protest.
Though the permit was renewed, the commission imposed 21 conditions, one limiting the camp to 2,100 workers.
Oregon Labor Commissioner Brad Avakian said Tuesday that he's running for secretary of state.
The session is intended to provide citizens with updates on current issues and an opportunity to ask questions of the Council members.
Oregon marijuana shops began selling marijuana Thursday for the first time to recreational users, marking a big day for the budding pot industry.
About 65 percent of registered voters in Powers cast a ballot in the recall election.
Meanwhile, the City of Coquille has a vacant chunk of land and city officials are hopeful Jordan Cove will take an interest in it.
When commissioner Susan Morgan went to file for another term at the County Clerk’s Office Monday, it was denied due to a new term limit ordinance in Douglas County.
The League of Women Voters is working to make registration as easy as possible.
The decision upholds a previous district court ruling allowing for a 268 acre harvest in the Coquille Forest.
Thursday was the first day candidates could file for the primary election in May.
5,000 square feet worth of exhibits showcase more than 200 artifacts celebrating the history of all of Coos County.
The subject has sparked a lot of discussion as the commissioners are making adjustments to the county land use code to include marijuana.
If voters within the city limits of Powers have not received their ballot in the mail by Friday, September 18, they should contact the Coos County Election’s office.