Library nets books, cash from Kiwanis

Library nets books, cash from Kiwanis

The Newberg Public Library is $130 richer and has hundreds more books this week after last...

Striving only to compete in the ring

Striving only to compete in the ring

Martial arts — Jacob Beckmann, an MMA fighter with Down syndrome, set for an exhibition...

Northside ministry school offers workshops

Northside ministry school offers workshops

'Hearing God's Voice,' 'Joy of Intercession' series begins soon The Northside Community Church...

Chehalem Players try social commentary

Chehalem Players try social commentary

Theater troupe's spring production includes four vignettes, multimedia elements While it took...

Theater saga continues

Theater saga continues

Culture — Fire retardant requirements mean a delayed opening date, theater predicts fall...

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Newberg's Features

April 15, 2015

On the Refuge

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Refuge isn't just for wildlife, it's for people We call the Tualatin Refuge a place for birds and wildlife, but it could just as easily be called a refuge for people. It is surrounded by houses,…
April 15, 2015

Pastoral Pondering: Movie 'Frozen' provides some life lessons

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If you have a young child anywhere near you these days, you may have seen the movie “Frozen.” We happen to have two beautiful granddaughters and the youngest one cries “Anna” whenever she comes…
April 15, 2015

April 15 Arts & Leisure briefs

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Erath wine tasting at Voodoo Martini Winemaker Wednesday will be held at Voodoo Martini and features the Arizona Red Blend of winemaker Dick Erath and live music from the Ben Rice Band. The…
April 15, 2015

April 15 community briefs

by Gary Allen
Demos will meet April 23 at Izzy’s The Yamhill County Democrats will meet at 6 p.m. April 23 at Izzy’s Restaurant in Newberg. Speaker will be Chuck Sheketoff of the Oregon Center for Public…
April 15, 2015

April 15 religion briefs

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Register for Peace Village day camp Registration is open for this year’s Peace Village day camp for children entering grades second through eighth in the fall. The camp will be held June 22-26…
April 08, 2015

Fosters will host Newberg confab

by Seth Gordon
Religion — Father-and-son duo will host 'Making Ordinary Saints' Friday and Saturday at Newberg Friends Church When renowned Christian author Richard Foster and his son, Nathan, returned to…
Lepojarvi
April 08, 2015

C.S. Lewis scholar will speak Thursday at George Fox

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Religion — Oxford research fellow and president's guest Jason LepojÍrvi will explore Lewis' famous disagreement with Augustine on love C.S. Lewis scholar Jason Lepojärvi will speak at George Fox…
April 08, 2015

Religion in Brief - April 8

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Sharing faith workshop Saturday Calvary Chapel Newberg will host a Share Your Faith workshop from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday. The hands-on approach to witnessing will help participants gain…
FILE PHOTO --- - Flower power -- Judges from the Oregon Camellia Society gauge the quality of entrants in the annual event, set for Saturday at the Chehalem Cultural Center.
April 08, 2015

The beginnings of the Camellia Festival

by George Edmonston
The history of the event, set for Saturday, reaches back to the 1940s On Saturday, Newberg will host the seventh annual Camellia Festival at the Chehalem Cultural Center. The first one was held…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Out of the past --- Civil war re-enactors will bring the past to life this weekend at Friends Cemetery to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Civil War's conclusion. As part of the event, a special book by local historian Kathy Thorne will be available. The book contains short biographies of the more than 100 Civil War veterans buried in the cemetery and is the product of several years' work.
April 08, 2015

Paying a fitting tribute to the past

by Colin Staub
This weekend Friends Cemetery will be brought to life to commemorate the 150th anniversary of Robert E. Lee’s surrender at Appomattox Courthouse, which brought an end to the Civil War. Roughly…

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ORIGIN PICTURES - Justice restored --- The theft by Nazis of a prized painting from a Jewish family in Vienna, and the struggle by the surviving daughter to reclaim the artwork from an Austrian museum half a century later, is the subject of 'Woman in Gold,' a film that opened last week starring Helen Mirren and Ryan Reynolds.
Apr 08, 2015

Helen Mirren shines bright in 'Woman in Gold'

by Colin Staub
MOVIE REVIEW Sometimes it takes a long time to right wrongs. It takes even longer when the wrongs have been ignored so long they cease to feel like such and instead are just the status quo, as…
Apr 08, 2015

Senior Meals - April 8

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Northwest Senior and Disabilities Services offers meals at the Chehalem Senior Center, 101 W. Foothills Drive. Anyone age 60 or older and their spouse can take advantage of a hot, nutritious…
Apr 08, 2015

Arts & Leisure in Brief - April 8

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Contra dancing a monthly happening A folk dance style with English and French roots will be taught at the Chehalem Cultural Center, accompanied by several Portland musicians. Attendees will meet…
GARY ALLEN - Preparation- Olivia Anderson, cast in the role of ‘Catherine,' and Joseph Hampton, who plays ‘Tom,' rehearse Monday night for the April 9 debut of ‘These Shining Lives' at George Fox University. The play will be staged in the round at Wood-Mar Auditorium.
Apr 01, 2015

Fresh ideas take the stage at George Fox

by Colin Staub
Play will feature different cast each night, 360-degree projection screen encircling audience The theater department at George Fox University is changing things up for its upcoming spring…
Apr 01, 2015

White on Wine: Craft beer boom benefits wine industry

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About 50 million cases of beer were purchased on Super Bowl Sunday. It’s no wonder Anheuser-Busch, America’s largest brewer, purchased three and a half minutes of ad time during the big game.…
Apr 01, 2015

April 1 Arts & Leisure briefs

by Gary Allen
GFU sets flute recital Music composed by Claude Debussy, Franz Danzi, Franz Doppler, Arthur Honegger and Carl Reinecke will be performed at George Fox University this month during “Into the…
Apr 01, 2015

April 1 community briefs

by Gary Allen
Thatcher hosts Dundee town hall with focus on Measure 91 State Sen. Kim Thatcher will hold a town hall covering the implementation of Measure 91 at 6:30 p.m. Thursday evening at the Dundee Fire…
SUBMITTED - In the valley - ‘Oregon Day,' one of painter Christopher Bibby's works of art inspired by Yamhill County, will be on display at Art Elements Gallery during his upcoming show. Originally from England,    Bibby said the  juxtaposition of Yamhill County and the industrial areas where he lived in England and Scotland is striking.
Mar 25, 2015

Oil and clay at Art Elements

by Colin Staub
Art show brings painter and ceramist to emphasize their unique styles Landscapes and carvings will fill Art Elements Gallery as two artists with Yamhill County connections display their varied…
Mar 25, 2015

March 25 Arts & Leisure briefs

by Colin Staub
George Fox hosts symphony performance The Chehalem Symphony Orchestra will soon perform at George Fox University. The orchestra will perform Mozart’s Symphony No. 41 “Jupiter” as well as a new…
PHOTO COURTESY OF GEORGE FOX COLLEGE - Prolific - George Fox University professor of Biblical and Quaker studies Paul Anderson is reviewing the six-part CNN mini-series ‘Finding Jesus: Faith, Fact and Forgery.'
Mar 25, 2015

Anderson broadening audience with blog

by Seth Gordon
Religion — George Fox religious studies professor, prolific author and scholar currently reviewing CNN mini-series 'Finding Jesus: Faith, Fact and Forgery' George Fox University professor of…




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