to control cities in California (San Diego, Santa Ana (Santa Ana, California), Los Angeles, Oakland, San Francisco, Sacramento, Redding (Redding, California), Mount Shasta (Mount Shasta, California), Weed (Weed, California), and Yreka (Yreka, California)), Oregon (Ashland (Ashland, Oregon), Medford (Medford, Oregon), Grants Pass (Grants Pass, Oregon), Roseburg (Roseburg, Oregon), Eugene (Eugene, Oregon), Salem, and Portland), and Washington ( Tacoma, Washington Tacoma
, Roseburg (Roseburg, Oregon), Redding (Redding, California) (California), and Crescent City (Crescent City, California) (California). Medford is from Salem (Salem, Oregon), the capital of Oregon. In 1949, Tipton began touring the Pacific Northwest with George Meyer. While this tour was far from glamorous, the band's appearances at Roseburg (Roseburg, Oregon), Oregon's Shalimar Room were recorded by a local radio station, and so recordings exist of Tipton's
Orchestra - Concerts accessdate 2007-10-01 * June 21, 1879: In Butte County (Butte County, California), the stage from La Porte (La Porte, California) to Oroville (Oroville, California). Bart says to driver, "Sure hope you have a lot of gold in that strongbox, I'm nearly out of money." * October 25, 1879: In Shasta County (Shasta County, California), the stage from Roseburg, Oregon to Redding (Redding, California). Robs U.S. mail pouches
Douglas County . Founded in 1851, the population was 21,181 at the 2010 census (2010 United States Census), making it the principal city of the Roseburg, OR Micropolitan Statistical Area. Interstate 5 (Interstate 5 in Oregon) runs through the community along with the South Umpqua River. Traditionally a timber town, Roseburg is the home of Roseburg Forest Products. History The city was named for Aaron Rose (Aaron Rose (Oregon pioneer)), who settled within the current city limits
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. The city built a new bridge over the South Umpqua River on parcels affected by the disaster. Since the incident, it is commonly referred to as the "Roseburg Blast" or simply "The Blast." In 2005, SOPTV (Southern Oregon Public Television) produced a documentary examining the Blast and the experiences of those who were involved or witnessed it, entitled ''The Roseburg Blast: A Catastrophe and Its Heroes''. ref name "soptv"
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to Albert and Annabel Kitzhaber he graduated from South Eugene High School in 1965, Dartmouth College in 1969 and Oregon Health & Science University with a medical degree in 1973. Kitzhaber practiced medicine from 1973 to 1986 in Roseburg, Oregon as an emergency room (Emergency department) physician. *Portland (Portland, Oregon) - KOIN 6 *Roseburg (Roseburg, Oregon) - KPIC (KVAL-TV) 4 In July 2004, the Livermore Sector of the United States Border Patrol was closed. Livermore Sector served Northern California and included stations at Dublin (Dublin, California) (Parks Reserve Forces Training Area), Sacramento (Sacramento, California), Stockton (Stockton, California), Fresno (Fresno, California) and Bakersfield. The Border Patrol also closed other stations in the interior of the United States including Roseburg, Oregon and Little Rock, Arkansas. The Border Patrol functions in these areas consisted largely of local jail and transportation terminal checks for illegal immigrants. These functions were turned over to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. , and as of the end of 2005, had 3,442 interments. It is administered by the Eagle Point National Cemetery.
part of Harvard, Oak, and Washington Avenues, and then part of the '''Oakland-Shady Highway''', which is no longer a state highway. '''James Eugene Burke''' (born September 24, 1971 in Roseburg, Oregon) is a Major League Baseball catcher, who is currently a free agent. He attended Oregon State University, where along with baseball he also played for the school's football team (Oregon State Beavers football) playing the position of kicker (Placekicker). Death Carl
the Gold Rush (California Gold Rush)) are named for him. There is also a John C. Fremont Library in Florence, Colorado. * The U.S. Army's (now inactive) 8th Infantry Division (8th Infantry Division (United States)) (Mechanized) is called the Pathfinder Division, after John Frémont. The gold arrow on the 8th ID crest is called the "Arrow of General Frémont." Nearby cities include Grants Pass (Grants Pass, Oregon), Klamath Falls (Klamath Falls, Oregon), Ashland, Oregon Ashland
in Roseburg. Media Newspapers There are two newspapers serving Roseburg. ''The News-Review'' is published six days per week and is based in Roseburg. The ''Douglas County News (Douglas County News (Sutherlin))'' is published weekly and is based in the nearby town of Sutherlin
or over. Education thumb Roseburg High School (File:Roseburg High School (Roseburg, Oregon).jpg) Primary and secondary public education in Roseburg are provided by the Roseburg School District. Umpqua Community College is the city's two-year college. Economy thumb Mercy Medical Center (Roseburg, Oregon) Mercy Medical Center (File:Mercy Medical Center in Roseburg, Oregon.jpg), a 178 bed hospital. Mercy is the 2nd largest employer in the town of Roseburg. The unemployment
. The Dome School opened in 1975 as an alternative to public education. It educates about 35 preschool through fifth-grade children each year, and runs a federally funded summer program for at risk children. The Illinois Valley Fire District's Takilma station was organized in the late 1970s and worked the firelines during the 1987 Longwood fire. The Jefferson Baroque Orchestra was formed in 1994 by Takilma resident
Latimer - Internationally acclaimed magician *Matthew Lessner – director and screenwriter *Shelley Plimpton – former actress and mother of actress Martha Plimpton *Johnnie Ray-singer best known for his hit "Cry" grew up in Roseburg according to the book "Cry: The Johnnie Ray Story" by Johnny Whiteside. *Barry Serafin – television journalist *Craig Tanner – film director, producer, editor *Chris Thompson (Chris Thompson (swimmer)) – swimmer, earned
'''Roseburg''' is a city in the State (U.S. state) of Oregon. Located in the Umpqua River Valley (Umpqua River) in Southern Oregon, it is the county seat and most populous city of Douglas County (Douglas County, Oregon). Founded in 1851, the population was 21,181 at the 2010 census (2010 United States Census), making it the principal city of the Roseburg, OR Micropolitan Statistical Area. Interstate 5 (Interstate 5 in Oregon) runs through the community along with the South Umpqua River. Traditionally a timber town, Roseburg is the home of Roseburg Forest Products.