After a century, Dundee church closes its doors

After a century, Dundee church closes its doors

With dwindling membership and no pastor, DUMC holds its final service Having opened in 1898, the...

A fitting, and familiar, venue

A fitting, and familiar, venue

Concert — Coffee Cottage regular versed in many genres returns to perform original music The...

'A Little Chaos' struggles to hold interest

'A Little Chaos' struggles to hold interest

Review — Film supposedly about the gardens of Versailles is more of a boring romance If the...

A look at reality at Art Walk

A look at reality at Art Walk

Exhibit by Dundee photographer highlights natural, un-manipulated scenes We all see life from our...

Methodist Church closing after a century in Dundee

Methodist Church closing after a century in Dundee

With no pastor and a dwindling membership, the church will hold its last worship service and...

CPRD offers outdoor survival courses for youth

CPRD offers outdoor survival courses for youth

Led by instructor Dan Coyle, the camps for kids will take place at Parrett Mountain Farm Inspired...

'A Friend in Me' author will speak

'A Friend in Me' author will speak

Literature — Pamela Lau will discuss her latest book, 'A Friend in Me' and how older and...

Americana and a good cause

Americana and a good cause

Duo appearing in Newberg engages in a charitable side project on tour While an upcoming concert...

Gallery to showcase Hallowed Ground

Gallery to showcase Hallowed Ground

Opening — Portland artist pays homage to land that provides inspiration By Casey Taylor,...

'The Overnight' awkward but funny

'The Overnight' awkward but funny

“The Overnight” is a sex-centric movie, which is made clear from the fade-in. Alex...


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PMG FILE - Flexible food - You can make a large batch of soup and either freeze it or portion it to eat throughout the week. It can be a wonderful method to get picky eaters to try something new.
July 01, 2015

Not hot enough for you? Have some soup

by Pamplin Media Group
A breeze to prepare, tortilla soup is a favorite with a little kick I was standing in line at the grocery checkout recently to purchase a bowl of soup and noticed the woman in front of me had…
July 01, 2015

July 1 community briefs

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Newberg library adds summer hours The Newberg Public Library will extend its hours on Wednesdays for the summer season. As of today the facility will be open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on…
July 01, 2015

Pastoral Pondering: Mary -- A young woman not afraid

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Many of us have read what Mary, the mother of Jesus, said in Luke 1 upon arriving at her cousin or aunt Elizabeth’s house after learning she was pregnant. Most of the time we assume it was an…
July 01, 2015

July 1 religion briefs

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Vacation Bible school coming to Grace Baptist Grace Baptist Church will host its vacation Bible school, Camp Kilimanjaro: An Epic Expedition Through Proverbs, from 6 to 8:15 p.m. July 13-17. To…
June 24, 2015

On the Refuge: There's much on tap this summer

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Summer has settled on the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge. It is quieter now as the songbirds complete their annual breeding cycle. Many are still present and may sing early in the…
Jensen
June 24, 2015

Northside Extravaganza will return for a third year

by Seth Gordon
Event — The annual public dessert and fireworks show will be held in honor of pyrotechnic Don Jensen For the past two summers, about a thousand people have gathered for a free dessert and a…
June 24, 2015

June 24 Arts & Leisure briefs

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Currents Gallery celebrates 10th anniversary McMINNVILLE — Currents Gallery, 532 N.E. Third St., is celebrating its 10th anniversary from 5 to 8 p.m. July 18 during McMinnville’s Art and Wine…
June 24, 2015

Pastoral Pondering: God gives us the advantage in truly hopeless…

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Here we are on the brink of summer and I’m thinking about snow. I read this beautiful verse in the poetic old King James version that says, “Hast thou entered into the treasures of the snow? Or…
SUBMITTED - June 24 engagement notices
June 24, 2015

June 24 engagement announcements

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Cross, Walters Newberg native Samantha Cross, of Tigard, and Tigard resident Ian Walters have announced their plans to marry Aug. 7. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Bobby and Tawnya Cross, of…
June 24, 2015

June 24 religion briefs

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NCC hosting space camp for kids Newberg Christian Church will host a Space Adventure Camp for children ages 4-10 from 9 to 11:15 a.m. June 29-July 1. The free event includes recreation, drama…

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Jun 24, 2015

June 24 community briefs

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AARP driver safety classes on tap AARP will hold its driver safety classes starting in July at locations at senior centers in Newberg and McMinnville. The dates and times are: 9 a.m. to noon…
SUBMITTED - Tribal resource - The Willamette Valley Treaty of Jan. 22, 1855, transferred the region's land into the       control of the United States. Michael Karnosh, ceded lands manager for the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde, will get into the details during a discussion next week.
Jun 17, 2015

Regaining what was lost

by Colin Staub
Discussion covers treaties that transferred Willamette valley land into federal hands One hundred sixty years ago, one particular treaty shaped the future of the Willamette Valley. Next week,…
SETH GORDON - Time to move on - Lee Means took over the post of CEO of Yamhill County Action Partnership (YCAP) in 2007 after successful stints with youth development organizations and the Girl Scouts Council of California.
Jun 17, 2015

YCAP better for Means' service

by Seth Gordon
Longtime CEO retiring after eight years at the post With a wide array of experience in government, small business and nonprofit agencies, Lee Means was well prepared to serve as the rallying…
Jun 17, 2015

Theater collective experiments again

by Colin Staub
Drama — Second production for group of collaborative dramatists tackles the American foster care system Last summer a theater collective came together and presented “The First Experiment,” a…
GARY ALLEN - Still planting - Clara Renner, a 92-year-old botanical hobbyist, maintains her portion of the community garden at Friendsview Retirement Community with the help of her walker.
Jun 17, 2015

Botanist shares her knowledge with Fox students

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Friendsview plant lover collaborates with horticultural nonprofit By Casey Taylor, Newberg Graphic intern Clara Renner was 5 years old and on a walk with her mother in their native state of…
Jun 17, 2015

Lavender festival shifts to Newberg

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Culture — Attractions include food, craft vendors, music and an art show By Casey Taylor, Newberg Graphic intern While many are aware of the Northwest’s premiere grape and hop crops, little is…
Jun 17, 2015

May Rex Hill Rainfall

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By Lewis Schaad for The Newberg Graphic This May was a good one for the grass and just about everything else that grows. There was just enough precipitation and dew to make it difficult to get…
Jun 17, 2015

June 17 community briefs

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AARP driver safety classes on tap AARP will hold its driver safety classes starting in July at locations at senior centers in Newberg and McMinnville. The dates and times are: 9 a.m. to noon…
Jun 17, 2015

June 17 Arts & Leisure briefs

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Third Annual Donald Hazelnut Festival The third annual Donald Hazelnut Festival will be held from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. July 11. The theme of this year’s festival is “God Bless Small Town America.”…
GARY ALLEN - Safe and sound - Heidi Manning poses with her dog Marley, who went missing recently for 16 days and returned dehydrated and malnourished, but in surprisingly good health.
Jun 10, 2015

Marley returns home after search goes viral

by Pamplin Media Group
Community members respond to Facebook plea to search for missing pet By Casey Taylor, Newberg Graphic intern May 15 started as a fairly normal day for Heidi Manning, with the exception of an…




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