The Winston Police Department hosted an open house on Friday to introduce the community to its new facility.
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.
Described by Rolling Stone as “pure magic to watch and hear,” Texas native Ruthie Foster will bring her blend of soul, blues, rock, folk and gospel to Winston’s Riverbend Park, 243 Thompson Ave., at 7 p.m. tomorrow, as the opener for Winston’s Riverbend Live! concert series.
Samantha Parks, who has taught science at Winston Middle School for the past five years, has been selected for the school’s Educator of the Year Award 2018.
Roseburg’s been growing slow and steady since 2010, slower than most Oregon cities, but faster than most other cities within Douglas County.
In another step to “clean itself up,” the city of Winston is proposing an ordinance to ban people from parks or public property if they break the law or engage in disorderly conduct.
In addition to preparing for a spate of events that occur in the spring, the Winston Area Chamber of Commerce is continuing its focus on creating a welcoming, attractive community for visitors and residents alike. We are actively working with regional partners to develop Winston’s tourism po…
The city of Winston dedicated a new restroom facility Wednesday at Riverbend Park, work that city officials say will add more capacity during events.
WINSTON — A traveling basketball team brought an anti-bullying message to the Winston-Dillard School District on Thursday. They took their skills and comedy routine to Douglas High School after putting on a show for the Winston Middle School students earlier in the day.
The city of Winston is readying a new police station that will move the police department from cramped city hall quarters into its own building, a much-needed change for the department, according to city officials.