Service beyond the campus

Service beyond the campus

George Fox University's annual Serve Day event set for Sept. 9 By Casey Taylor, Newberg Graphic...

Grace Baptist hosting Beth Moore simulcast

Grace Baptist hosting Beth Moore simulcast

Women in the community are invited to join for a day of fellowship and study Sept. 12 Paula...

Involved deeply in their art

Involved deeply in their art

Monthly art fair features paintings, photography that focuses on artists' response to scenery At...

A family trapped in turmoil

A family trapped in turmoil

Review — Nightmare scenario the basis for 'No Escape,' a gripping thriller for Owen Wilson...


Newberg's Features

SUBMITTED - Recognition - Providence Newberg Medical Center honored John and Kelly Hagglund with its Hearts of Gold award Aug. 14 at a celebration dinner in the hospital's healing garden.
September 02, 2015

PNMC honors Hagglunds and board members

by Seth Gordon
Annual Hearts of Gold celebration dinner raises more than $117,000 for equipment needs and education If anyone deserves recognition for their community service and volunteerism, it’s John and…
GARY ALLEN - Political intrigue – Tackling topical issues is nothing new for local author John Trudel, but his latest story involving nuclear warfare is even more-so than usual, leading him to put the sequel on hold pending the outcome of real-world events.
September 02, 2015

Fictional literature ... so far

by Colin Staub
Nuclear deal with Iran will delay local writer's next novel Local author John Trudel was set to continue his annual fall book release this month, but world events got in the way. His past…
September 02, 2015

Funds awarded to local charities

by (none)
Three Yamhill County nonprofit organizations will benefit from funds received through First Federal’s charitable giving program, but the community is the real winner in the end. The Soup Kitchen…
September 02, 2015

White on Wine: With wine, endless treasures will await

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On Jan. 12, 2007, one of the world’s greatest violin players set up shop in the L’Enfant Plaza Metro station in Washington, D.C. Wearing jeans, a long-sleeved T-shirt and a Washington Nationals…
September 02, 2015

Inspiration Point: God got my attention through a Marine minister

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He believes the Bible. “Is anyone among you sick? Let him call for the elders of the church, let them pray over him … the prayer of faith will make the sick person well; the Lord will raise him…
September 02, 2015

Sept. 2 community briefs

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Eat pizza and join Post in discussion Sept. 8 State Rep. Bill Post will gather with constituents next week for an impromptu discussion of legislative issues and whatever else is on their minds.…
September 02, 2015

Sept. 2 religion briefs

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Parenting class begins Sept. 14 A Family Place relief nursery in Newberg will host “Make Parenting a Pleasure,” a weekly class for parents of children ages infant to 8, from 7 to 8:30 p.m.…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Vineyard vistas - Oregon wine country is one of oil painter Jackie McCartin's favorite subjects.
August 26, 2015

Art Elements exhibit blends paint and pottery

by Pamplin Media Group
Culture — Painter Jackie McCartin and glass artist Kelly Howard will display their wares at the First Street gallery By Casey Taylor, Newberg Graphic intern The Art Elements gallery will soon…
August 26, 2015

White on Wine: For easy summertime drinking, reach for Txakolina

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With summer continuing, the frequency of poolside barbeques, lazy picnics and late nights on the patio is rising just as quickly as the mercury. This means lots more time outside and,…
RENDERING COURTESY OF DUNDEE WOMAN'S HALL - Work in progress - The future vision for the Dundee Woman's Club includes continued renovation of the historic building along with the addition of landscaped grounds.
August 26, 2015

Dundee center will celebrate a century

by (none)
Sept. 19 event will raise money for the center's restoration effort The Dundee community center has hosted its fair share of celebrations; since its construction in 1915 it has seen plenty of…

Don't miss the local news

Aug 26, 2015

Bounty of the County on tap

by Colin Staub
Event — Festival highlights food and drink that have made a name for Oregon wine country Yamhill County is on the map as a tourist destination and this weekend a number of local establishments…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Tasty treats - Tracy Zumwalt looks on as daughter Addy enjoys some cotton candy at Family Life Church's ‘Taste of FLC' outdoor service and food fair last year. The church will host this year's event at 11 a.m. Sept. 13.
Aug 26, 2015

Taste of FLC all about food, fellowship, fun

by Seth Gordon
Outdoor service and food festival returns, with some changes, Sept. 13 In its fifth year, Family Life’s annual “Taste of FLC” outdoor service and food festival promises to be bigger and better…
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Aug 26, 2015

Library, church, university will benefit from estate

by Pamplin Media Group
The estate of Esther Isabel Gill metes nearly $100,000 each to five organizations in northwest Oregon By Casey Taylor, Newberg Graphic intern When Esther Isabel Gill died on Nov. 20, 2014, at…
Aug 26, 2015

Aug. 26 Arts & Leisure briefs

by Pamplin Media Group
Delicacies on tap A lot of businesses hold grand opening events, but how about a “pre-grand opening?” Those who are curious about what this might entail can learn the answer at an upcoming event…
Aug 26, 2015

Pastoral Pondering: Why not me? Why not you? Why not us?

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The news these days makes us uncomfortable, doesn’t it? Sometimes I feel like not reading the paper, watching the news or even going on Facebook so I am not faced with the atrocities and…
Aug 26, 2015

Aug. 26 community briefs

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Need for blood and platelets won’t decrease The American Red Cross will hold a blood drive from 1:30 to 6:30 p.m. Sept. 2 at the St. Paul fire station, 4233 Church Ave. Donors must be a minimum…
Aug 26, 2015

Aug. 26 religion briefs

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Free movie night at Northside Northside Community Church will present a screening of “Do You Believe?” a film about a pastor who is shaken to the core by an encounter with a street-corner…
GARY ALLEN - Newberg history - Sportsman Airpark owner Jerry Dale will share the facility's history during an upcoming presentation hosted by the Newberg Historical Society. Jerry and Lessie Dale have been involved in managing the airport since the 1970s.
Aug 19, 2015

The story of a small-town airport

by Colin Staub
Past, present and future of Sportsman Airpark will be detailed by an expert A lot of Newberg residents see the low-flying planes approaching and departing from the city, and early risers might…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Days of old - The historic Champoeg way of life, including a variety of crafts such as blacksmithing, will be demonstrated to visitors of the 2015 Farmstead Day, hosted by the Friends of Historic Champoeg at the end of the month.
Aug 19, 2015

Champoeg is living in the past

by Colin Staub
History — Volunteers sought to embody the pioneer lifestyle at Aug. 29 event There’s no better way to understand how people lived in the past than to act as they did, even for a day. Next…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Musical talent runs deep - The Borg family is raising funds to pay for its trip to Fiji, which included a  dinner fundraiser Monday at Newberg Christian Church, at which Jeff, Janet and Mikaela performed as a musical trio.
Aug 19, 2015

Borg family headed on mission

by Seth Gordon
Family will spell missionaries who work with single mothers, orphans and those in poverty When 15-year old C.S. Lewis Academy student Mikaela Borg expressed that she wanted to be homeschooled…



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