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Flood fears dwindled like the water levels of local rivers and waterways on Wednesday thanks to a dry spell that brought sunshine to the Umpqua Valley on Tuesday.

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WINSTON — The charred remains of the inside of an automobile repair shop were all that was left Tuesday afternoon after a fire raged out of control and gutted the building on Main Street.

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Douglas County Clerk Patricia Hitt and her husband, Marshall Hitt, moved to a home east of Myrtle Creek surrounded by lots of trees five years ago. The two, who had been married since 1991, had plans of traveling and spending more time together when she retired.

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WINSTON — So much debris came down during the recent snowstorm that a crew and a chipper from the city of Winston has been chipping trees and limbs left on the ground in city.

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WINSTON — Mark and Lydia Nunnelee brew their beer in a separate building at their home a drive away from the taproom, but with the increasing demand both in the bar and on the order sheet, the homebrew system can’t keep up.

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MYRTLE CREEK — When the Sawdust Theatre in Coquille offered their original script “My, What a Circus or Keep Your Big Hands Off My Bigfoot” to The Grand Victorian Theatre, owners Marcus and Joanne Ogle jumped at the opportunity.

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As we begin a new year, the Winston Area Chamber of Commerce continues to create new and more engaging opportunities for our members, while endeavoring to increase the visual appeal and welcoming atmosphere of our community.

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WINSTON — Brockway Elementary School entertained students and families on Tuesday evening with interactive science, technology, engineering, art and math displays at its first ever STEAM Night.