Tales from the Grubby End: The extraordinary life of Oliver C. Yocum

Tales from the Grubby End: The extraordinary life of Oliver C. Yocum

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'Identical' proves just another impersonator

'Identical' proves just another impersonator

Review: New film doesn't live up to potential Musician bio films carry a certain fascination....

Troupe will revive an old tradition

Troupe will revive an old tradition

Theater — Chehalem Players production of classic 'Our Town' seeks to breathe life into play...

Taste of FLC a time to celebrate

Taste of FLC a time to celebrate

Family Life Church's annual outdoor service and food fest returns Sept. 7 Even though his annual...

A different kind of wine country experience

A different kind of wine country experience

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August 27, 2014

Grace Baptist to host Beth Moore simulcast Sept. 13

by Seth Gordon
Ministry — The best-selling author will broadcast her Living Proof live event Beth Moore Bible studies have been a popular choice for Bible study at Grace Baptist Church for some time, so when…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTED - Blending tradition - Rebecca Lomnicky and David Brewer will perform at the Newberg Music Center Friday. The duo plays Scottish music.
August 27, 2014

A somewhat unlikely duo will perform

by Katy Sword
Combining two worlds, Friday concert features fiddle, bagpipe A Scottish musical duo will take the stage Friday for the first time since returning from their adopted homeland. Rebecca Lomnicky,…
August 27, 2014

Aug. 27 Arts & Leisure briefs

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Take part in car show, drive-in movie The public is invited to the 22nd annual Collector Car Drive-In Movie Night at Sept. 6 at the 99W Drive-In theater. While the event is sponsored by the…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTED - Shoulder issues - Impingement syndrome causes the upper arm bone to bump into the small portion of the shoulder blade, causing pain and loss of mobility.
August 27, 2014

To Your Health: A poorly trained trainer can do more harm than…

by (none)
Dear Colin: I injured my shoulder two months ago doing a heavy overhead lifting exercise with my personal trainer. My doctor diagnosed me with impingement syndrome and told me to “forget about…
August 27, 2014

Aug. 27 Newberg Graphic Community Calendar and Ongoing Events…

by Gary Allen
The Community Calendar is a free service offered by The Newberg Graphic, in which routine events held in Newberg, Dundee and St. Paul are published. The calendar is printed every Wednesday,…
August 27, 2014

Aug. 27 birth notices

by Gary Allen
A baby born recently at Providence Newberg Medical Center is: Micah Ryan Weaver, 7 pounds 15 ounces, on Aug. 2, 2014, to Rachael and Lincoln Weaver of Lafayette. Micah’s siblings are Connor, 14,…
Sabins
August 27, 2014

Sabins wedding

by (none)
Dundee residents Michelle Wolfersberger and Mark Sabins were married Aug. 2 in an ocean side ceremony in Seaside. The sunset ceremony was officiated over by the Rev. Tim Barnhart. The bride wore…
August 27, 2014

Aug. 27 community briefs

by Gary Allen
Red Cross blood drive Sept. 3 at St. Paul fire station The American Red Cross will hold a blood drive from 1:30 to 7 p.m. Sept. 3 at the St. Paul fire station, 4233 Church Ave. No appointment is…
Photo Credit: GARY ALLEN - On display - Artist Karisa Keasey is just one of many featured at the Chehalem Cultural Center in four exhibits celebrating India. She created ‘Resilient Corace' (pictured), and her other works, after volunteering in the country.
August 20, 2014

Four CCC exhibits focus on India

by Katy Sword
The walls and galleries at the Chehalem Cultural Center are full of one thing: India. Although styles, content and format may differ, the four current exhibits are a part of the cultural study…
Photo Credit: GARY ALLEN - Movin' in - Jon Johnson (left) and Kevin Nolan, both of First Federal, move furniture into Mary's Place, a relief nursery that will open late this fall, in the former Joyful Servant Lutheran Church office building on Friday.
August 20, 2014

Mary's Place relief nursery quickly taking shape

by Seth Gordon
The organization moves into its new home at Joyful Servant Lutheran church; grand opening in the fall A Family Place, Lutheran Community Services Northwest’s (LCSNW) emerging relief nursery…

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Aug 20, 2014

Think Again discussion will explore Indian culture

by Katy Sword
The Think Again Discussion Series at the Chehalem Cultural Center has focused on a variety of topics, but with the center hosting its annual culture study, it made sense to discuss the featured…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTED - New movie - Depicting the true events at De La Salle High School in California, ‘When the Game Stands Tall' will be released Friday.
Aug 20, 2014

Review: 'When the Game Stands Tall' fails to score, falls flat

by Katy Sword
There may be a lot of football in “When the Game Stands Tall,” but as Coach Bob Ladouceur makes clear, “it ain’t about the football.” The movie based on a book, based on a true story, plays out…
Aug 20, 2014

Letter writing project returns for second round

by (none)
The statewide letter writing project, Dear Stranger, is returning following the first round of correspondence in April. The project, organized by Oregon Humanities, “aims to connect Oregonians…
Blanchard
Aug 20, 2014

Marketing tips for small businesses

by Seth Gordon
Upcoming event — CCCNW welcomes guest speaker David Blanchard to monthly Newberg meeting Aug. 26 at Chamber of Commerce Understanding the relationship between a business and its customers can be…
Aug 20, 2014

Tualatin refuge proposes youth hunting program

by Gary Allen
Program to foster conservation, responsibility and enjoyment of the outdoors; comments being taken By Nico Hamacher, Newberg Graphic news intern SHERWOOD — The Tualatin River National Wildlife…
Aug 20, 2014

Pastoral Pondering: You have to ask yourself, is it worth it?

by (none)
We decided to go pick blackberries last night. We knew the perfect spot and hoped there would be lots. We weren’t disappointed! Huge bushes full of berries. I would tell you where to find this…
Aug 20, 2014

Aug. 20 community briefs

by Gary Allen
Aug. 30 pancake feed will benefit Pioneer Mothers Memorial Cabin The public is invited to a pancake feed from 8 to 11 a.m. Aug. 30 at the Newell House/Pioneer Mothers Memorial Cabin complex just…
Aug 20, 2014

Aug. 20 religion briefs

by Gary Allen
St. Peter hosting picnic, initiation classes St. Peter Catholic Church will host a pair of events in the coming weeks, beginning at 10:30 a.m. Sunday with “Mass on the Grass” followed by a…
Aug 20, 2014

Aug. 20 community calendar

by Gary Allen
The Community Calendar is a free service offered by The Newberg Graphic, in which routine events held in Newberg, Dundee and St. Paul are published. The calendar is printed every Wednesday,…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTED - Historic events - Wayne Beckwith will take his mules to Harvest Fest this year and create ‘Half-Assed Ice-Cream with a Mulish Kick,' using the energy created by a walking mule to churn a vintage ice cream maker.
Aug 13, 2014

Harvest Fest returns for another year

by Gary Allen
History — Old attractions and new additions set for the Aug. 16-17 event at Yamhill Valley Heritage Center in McMinnville By Nico Hamacher, Graphic news intern McMINNVILLE — From working vintage…



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