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Ganglioglioma is very rare, but 2-year-old Elizabeth Woods, of Winston, was diagnosed in April with an inoperable, low-grade ganglioglioma tumor. Because of its location on the brain, doctors can’t operate on it, so Elizabeth has to go to Portland once a week for chemotherapy.

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Putting the shovel to the dirt was a dream three years in the making for Joshua Myers. He’s owned the land on the edge of Winston since 2016 and has been waiting for everything to fall into place so he could build a new dentist office.

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Special Agent Eric Martenson of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Criminal Investigation Division visited Douglas County on July 10 and asked questions about an incident involving Douglas County Landfill leachate, according to several local officials and a property owner adjacent to t…

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Construction workers on Friday continue rennovating the Lookingglass Creek Bridge in Winston. The bridge is undergoing foundation repairs funded through the Oregon Department of Transportation. The project began on Thursday, and ODOT said the bridge on Highway 42 could be closed for up to fo…

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WINCHESTER — Hundreds of family members and friends filled Jacoby Auditorium at Umpqua Community College to honor 81 graduates at Douglas High School’s graduation ceremony Saturday night.

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With blues, soul, classic country, folk and bluegrass, youth theatre, cowboy poetry and humor, the 23rd annual Riverbend Live! will feature a little something for everyone at its five-week concert series in Winston this summer.

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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.