Pierson crowned Oregon Dairy Princess-Ambassador

Pierson crowned Oregon Dairy Princess-Ambassador

The St. Paul native ascends from county princess to state royalty SALEM — Having been raised...

Who will be the next 'Amazing Kid'?

Who will be the next 'Amazing Kid'?

Recognition — Pamplin Media Group newspapers throughout the region looking for exceptional...

Six pianos in unison: A 'sonic experience'

Six pianos in unison: A 'sonic experience'

University concert series returns with rare musical offering It’s hard enough to tune one...

Micro, macro themes in George Fox art show

Micro, macro themes in George Fox art show

Culture — Varied work by two painters is on display in university's gallery show this month...

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Newberg's Features

February 03, 2016

Diaper drives help fill a need

by Colin Staub
Philanthropy — Local businesses collect diapers and donate them to A Family Place Multiple efforts in Newberg are working to ensure no family goes without diapers and to that end they have…
COURTESY OF TRNWR - Coming soon - While there is speculation that the resident bald eagles have been spending time in and around their nest at the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge, observers haven't seen the majestic birds yet.
February 03, 2016

On the Refuge: Witness nature firsthand

by (none)
Myriad activities on tap at the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge in Sherwood The Portland metro area had a record 14 inches of rain in December, which caused the Tualatin River to flood.…
February 03, 2016

Feb. 3 community briefs

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Relay kickoff Feb. 11 The Newberg Area Relay for Life Kickoff is set for 6:30 to 8 p.m. Feb. 11 at Oregon Massage Clinic, 408 E. First St. This year’s theme is “Luau” and the relay is scheduled…
February 03, 2016

Feb. 3 Arts & Leisure briefs

by Pamplin Media Group
Soup night at First Friday this week Subterra Restaurant and the George Fox University art department are working together to host “Group Soup,” an event that will take place during First Friday…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Best prom ever! - Eighty people with special needs got the full prom experience,        including dancing and free professional hair and makeup, last winter at Newberg Christian Church as part of the inaugural Night to Shine, a nationwide event founded and supported by the Tim Tebow Foundation. NCC is hosting the event again Feb. 12.
January 27, 2016

Night to Shine returns after successful debut

by Seth Gordon
Newberg Christian Church expects attendance at free prom for people with special needs to nearly double this year After serving as one of 44 host churches during the inaugural Night to Shine in…
GARY ALLEN - Classics - The golden age of Broadway musicals will be celebrated in Chehalem Players Repertory's 
upcoming show, ‘There's No Business like Show Business,' created and     directed by    first-time CPR collaborator Deanna Maio. The eight-person cast will sing hits from musicals in the 1940s and 1950s.
January 27, 2016

Reviving the golden age of Broadway

by Colin Staub
Revue by local troupe brings back classic musicals of the 1940s and 1950s While Portland-area director Deanna Maio created the musical revue she’s directing for Chehalem Players Repertory’s…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - On the road - Native Iowan William Schmitt will perform at the Coffee Cottage this weekend, sharing music he describes as inspired as much by Henry David Thoreau as Woody Guthrie.
January 27, 2016

Singer comes to town to perform

by Colin Staub
Culture — Folk musician inspired by Guthrie and Thoreau will play at local venue A well-traveled folk musician will make his way to Newberg this weekend, stopping by the Coffee Cottage to share…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Dilemma - The 45-year marriage of Geoff and Kate Mercer is shaken when information from before they met returns from the past and presents
January 27, 2016

'45 Years' of marriage, undone in one week

by Colin Staub
Movie review — Relationship threatened as past events come to light during pivotal week Kate and Geoff Mercer live in the scenic rural English countryside and on first glance their domestic life…
January 27, 2016

Jan. 27 Arts & Leisure briefs

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Public invited to Cultural District annual meeting The Newberg Cultural District, which operates the plaza and areas surrounding the Chehalem Cultural Center and the Newberg Public Library, will…
January 27, 2016

Jan. 27 religion briefs

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NCC?offers women a self-defense class Newberg Christian Church is offering a free self-defense class from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Feb. 6 as part of its Living in Community classes. The event, which…

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Jan 27, 2016

Jan. 27 death notices

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Kaye Knottingham Newberg resident V. Kaye Knottingham died on Jan. 18, 2016. She was 76. She was born on Nov. 19, 1939. A memorial will be held at 4 p.m. Jan. 29 at Newberg Christian Church,…
Jan 27, 2016

Inspiration Point: Maybe God really does need us too

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The three of us intersected slightly off the busy path of our energized workplace. McClain and Dre each had a broom in their hands as I turned the corner. McClain often asks me unexpected…
Jan 27, 2016

Jan. 27 community briefs

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Therapeutic drumming clinic hosted by NAMI McMINNVILLE — The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Yamhill County will present a program on drumming at 7 p.m. Feb. 4 at Abacus House, 625 NE…
GARY ALLEN - Lots of 
letters -  
In ‘The Spitfire Grill,' a small-town grill holds a raffle contest that asks entrants to mail an essay detailing why they'd like to own the restaurant. The response is  unexpectedly impressive.
Jan 20, 2016

Accepting an outsider: 'Spitfire Grill' full of insight

by Colin Staub
Upcoming university production is a small-cast musical with a plethora of props Forgiveness, graciousness and extending a warm welcome to new members of the community: These are among the themes…
GARY ALLEN - Local lore - Verne Martin will speak on Newberg history, including the historic house (in photo) that was built for Edith Deskins, at the Chehalem Cultural Center. For local children in the modern age, though, Martin may be best known for his puzzle that involves removing a ring from a loop of string without sliding the ring off either end of the string.
Jan 20, 2016

Imparting two kinds of history

by Colin Staub
History — Verne Martin gives a presentation describing his own experiences growing up, as well as the city's history A local man with a wealth of historical knowledge of Newberg will share…
Jan 20, 2016

Wednesday with Friends begins anew

by Seth Gordon
North Valley Friends Church offers peace building and conflict transformation course this winter Whether it’s been through its connection with Christian Peacemaker Teams or support of Peace…
Jan 20, 2016

On the Refuge: January a busy time at the TRNWR

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January is a good month for starting a nature journal and the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge is a place to start. Many people walk through a park, their neighborhood or even the refuge…
Jan 20, 2016

Community rallies to support Love INC

by Seth Gordon
Ministry — Local church organization receives $60,000 in donations in December By the beginning of December, Love INC of the Newberg area still found itself well short of its 2015 budget, so the…
Dolence, Eichten
Jan 20, 2016

Jan. 20 engagement announcements

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Dolence, Eichten McMinnville resident Hannah Dolence and Newberg resident Matthew Eichten have announced their plans to marry. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Charles and Scott Dolence, of…
Jan 20, 2016

Jan. 20 Arts & Leisure briefs

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Diversity displayed in cultural center show Edwards Elementary School kindergartners and second-grade students have spent Black History Month (January) working on a display that is now showing…



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