WINSTON — One of the biggest Christmas presents to the Douglas County community this holiday season is Kayode, a 4,000-pound white rhinoceros that made his way to Wildlife Safari in early November from the San Diego Zoo Safari Park.
The Winston Core Project selected three additional directors to its board Tuesday — one of the final steps to forming a community corporation in charge of transforming a blighted 2-acre parcel of land at the center of Winston into a shopping center.
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.
WINSTON — The first impression can be a lasting one, which is why the city of Winston is taking a deeper look at how visitors see it at first glance.
A Roseburg man has died after his vehicle collided with a semitruck about 4:15 a.m. today at the 119 Interchange of Highway 42.
WINSTON — Oregon Door, a Douglas County company that manufactures custom flush wood and fiberglass reinforced polymer (FRP) doors, has grown since its inception in 1986 to distribute its products across the West Coast and beyond.
WINSTON — The Sumatran tiger is a large, slinking creature, with slices of black fur fading over its orange coat and onto the white fur at its stomach. Its piercing eyes that help the feline to search for its prey are offset by the black markings that surround them.
WINSTON — Wandering around Wildlife Safari in the Safari Village Saturday night, one would think they were trekking through a kid’s dream.
WINSTON — Despite a stalemate vote last week, Winston officials reconvened Tuesday and OK’d a massive loan to revitalize its downtown area.
A hot weekend turned into a busy one for firefighters who fought three small blazes, two of which were caused by people.