Winston residents are still divided on whether or not the city should allow marijuana dispensaries.
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.
The Bats youth baseball team, in conjunction with Brosi Sugartree Farms, will hold a food drive for UCAN and a fundraiser for the team, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at Brosi's, 540 Winston Section Road, Winston.
WINSTON — Kids dressed up as cats, superheroes, princesses and more enjoyed early Halloween festivities under the watchful eyes of cheetahs, tarantulas and monkeys at the Wildlife Safari Zoobilee on Friday and Saturday.
This November, residents of all the cities in Douglas County will choose their mayors and city councilors. In some cities, the familiar names of incumbents will fill the ballot, while in others voters will have some tough choices to make.
The walls of the Winston Middle School cafeteria may not be covered with flavored wallpaper, but that hasn’t stopped a group of children and teens from bringing to life the magical and whacky world of Willy Wonka.
Summer time means summer fun, and there has been no shortage of that in Winston. This month’s Summer Nite Cruise was as popular as ever, with close to 350 registrants bringing their muscle cars, classic vehicles and custom drives to an appreciative crowd.
WINSTON — Cowboys will take over the Riverbend Live! concert series Friday at Riverbend Park. Riders in the Sky and Andy Hedges, two cowboy country acts, take the stage 7 p.m. in Winston.