The tax levy for the 20-year bond to improve Douglas High School will be lower than expected, according to the Winston-Dillard School District.
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.
WINSTON — Three days after his 100th birthday party, World War II veteran Roy Vanderhoff drove to Wellspring Bible Fellowship in Roseburg to inspect and repair electronics for the church’s yard sale.
WINSTON — Take a step back in time this week with the Riverbend Live! Youth Theater as they present “Annie Get Your Gun.”
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…
The Winston City Council directed city staff Monday to determine the process and cost of letting voters decide whether to lift local restrictions on marijuana shops.
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…
Winston City Council has scheduled a workshop to discuss marijuana retail shops at 6 p.m. on Monday, June 17 at City Hall, 201 NW Douglas Blvd.
Repairs to the Lower Lookingglass Creek Bridge are scheduled to begin later this month and will create a detour around the bridge for more than one month.
WINSTON — When Dick Nichols passed away on March 24, just short of his 90th birthday, he left long legacy of community involvement and public service.
WINSTON — Shirley Rummel and Robert Zuver were honored with the First Citizen awards at the Winston Area Chamber of Commerce First Citizen Banquet on Monday night.
WINSTON — In addition to taking care of more than 600 wild animals at Wildlife Safari, employees have been dealing with heavy snow, downed trees and minor flooding.
For Eric and Patrice Cooper of Winston, help from the Wish Upon a Star program didn’t make all of their struggles disappear in 2016. But they said it sure made a huge difference at the time.
The cities of Winston and Dillard have been selected for assistance through a federal program to improve drinking water quality.