WINCHESTER — The inauguration of a new president hung in the air Friday night as local businesses convened for the Reader’s Choice Awards banquet at Umpqua Community College's Danny Lang Event Center.
Attending the inauguration of President Donald Trump Friday was one of the best experiences Winston businessman Kyle Winter’s had in his life.
About two dozen people showed up to the Douglas County Republican headquarters in downtown Roseburg this morning to watch the candidate they had supported for months finally become their president.
Editor’s note: This is the first in a two-part series focusing on political parties in Douglas County. Today focuses on the Republican Party chairperson, Wednesday’s article will focus on the Democratic Party chairperson.
Douglas County Democratic Party Chairwoman Lorna Hayden is fighting an uphill battle, championing liberal causes in an overwhelmingly conservative county.
Newly sworn-in Douglas County Commissioner Gary Leif’s excitement about taking on his new role is palpable. This morning, he attended his swearing-in ceremony in a black western suit and bolo tie, but without the characteristic cowboy hat. Standing a head taller than County Clerk Patricia Hi…
In a race that’s been oft repeated, Art Robinson is once again carrying Douglas County while losing the race for U.S. House District 4 to Peter DeFazio.
WINSTON — Unofficial vote results show Ken Barrett pulling ahead of Sandra Thorn in the race to be mayor of Winston. The latest results also indicate David Cunningham is leading the race for city councilor in Ward 2 ahead of incumbent Sandy Lipphardt.
It’s down to the wire. With ballots due by 8 p.m. today, the 2016 election is about to draw to a close. The News-Review will publish results online tonight at nrtoday.com and in Wednesday’s newspaper.
A slew of automated calls are telling Oregon voters they aren’t registered to vote and that their ballot will not be counted, according to the Oregon Secretary of State.