'Guardians' stands out in crowded empire

'Guardians' stands out in crowded empire

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Newberg couple travels the world by bike

Newberg couple travels the world by bike

By Nico Hamacher, news intern Two Newberg residents have embarked on a trip most people only...

Event will fund next shoe giveaway

Event will fund next shoe giveaway

Fundraiser — Church barbecue and auction, Feed the Feet, will raise funds for annual shoe...

Artist inspired by Oregon countryside

Artist inspired by Oregon countryside

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Newberg's Features

July 30, 2014

Winery concert all for the kids

by Katy Sword
Fundraiser — Aug. 3 Josh Ritter performance at Penner-Ash benefits Friends of the Children Penner-Ash Wine Cellars decided a few years ago to really start helping the local community when it…
July 30, 2014

White On Wine: Beaujolais still remains the greatest, tastiest…

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One hundred years ago, the Wine Society, a wine club in London, offered its members a Beaujolais from the appellation of Moulin à Vent for $29 per case. It offered cases of Burgundy from the…
July 30, 2014

The July 30 Newberg Graphic Community Calendar and Ongoing…

by Gary Allen
Donate blood, save a life The public is invited to donate blood from 1:30 to 7 p.m. Aug. 5 at St. Peter Catholic Church, 2315 N. Main St. The blood drive is being hosted by the American Red…
July 31, 2014

Fundraiser for Pioneer Mothers Memorial Cabin set for Sunday

by Woodburn Independent
Celebrate the 85th anniversary of the 1929-1931 building of the Pioneer Mothers Memorial Cabin and 2014 move and build of the cabin at the Newell complex at this 1930s dinner dance fundraiser…
July 30, 2014

June Rex Hill Rainfall column

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By Lewis Schaad, for the Graphic This June seemed just about right: warm but not hot days and cool nights for good sleeping. The grape vines grew fast, as did the grass in the yard and garden.…
Bontrager, Dunbar engage
July 30, 2014

Bontrager, Dunbar engagement

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Bontrager, Dunbar Newberg residents Nicole Bontrager and Benjamin Dunbar have announced their intention to marry Aug. 2 at a home near Sherwood. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Scott and…
July 30, 2014

July 30 Arts & Leisure briefs

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Newberg Community Band to host free summer concert The Newberg Community Band will host a free summer concert starting at 7 p.m. Aug. 14 at the George Fox Uni­ver­sity amphitheater. Music will…
by: SUBMITTED PHOTO - Busy -- As executive director, Polly Siler has facilitated and overseen the steady growth of Love INC, including the major steps of obtaining nonprofit status, opening the ministry clearinghouse, equipping its numerous gap ministries, starting the Newberg Community Shelter, developing the medical-dental clinic and establishing the relational ministry program.
July 23, 2014

Siler stepping away from Love INC

by Seth Gordon
Religion news — The ministry clearinghouse losing its first and only executive director Twelve years ago, Polly Siler and representatives from various churches in the Newberg area got together…
July 23, 2014

Strive to build a faith that starts in the heart

by Paul Almquist
Pastoral Pondering During our recent trip to England, Nancy and I noticed how much religion has played a huge role in that country, but also how many people identify themselves as being…
by: GARY ALLEN - Fond farewell -  After serving as a pastor in Michigan for six years, Tom Struck and his wife returned to  the Pacific Northwest and was soon hired on at Joyful Servant Lutheran Church. After 20 years as pastor, he will deliver his final sermon at Joyful Servant on Sunday
July 23, 2014

Struck will leave Joyful Servant

by Seth Gordon
After 20 years in Newberg, pastor will deliver his final sermon Sunday When Tom Struck was first called to pastor at Joyful Servant Lutheran Church in 1994, the congregation was looking first…

Don't miss the local news

by: SUBMITTED PHOTO - Live history -- An upcoming production of 'First Lady Lou' by the Hoover-Minthorn House Museum looks to raise awareness of all Lou Henry Hoover accomplished. This includes her time spent as president of the Girls Scouts from 1922 to 1925.
Jul 23, 2014

Remembering Lou Henry Hoover

by Katy Sword
History — November play tells First Lady's story, raises awareness for Hoover-Minthorn House Museum It’s not often museums produce plays. In fact it’s been about 20 years since the…
Jul 23, 2014

Arts & Leisure in Brief - July 23

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Newberg Community Band to host free summer concerts The Newberg Community Band will host a free summer concert in conjunction with the Old Fashioned Festival from 1 to 2 p.m. Saturday at…
Jul 23, 2014

Celebrating much more than wine

by Katy Sword
Wine news — International Pinot Noir Celebration presents wine from all over the world The International Pinot Noir Celebration showcases some of the best wines in the world, but for many, the…
Jul 23, 2014

July 23 community briefs

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Republicans endorse two local candidates for county office The Yamhill County Republican Party announced two endorsements July 16 for the upcoming November election. For the remaining Board of…
Jul 23, 2014

July 23 Newberg Graphic Community Calendar and Ongoing Events…

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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,…
by: GARY ALLEN - Special Olympics - Dundee Mayor Ted Crawford competed in the Oregon Mayors Bocce Cup Friday alongside 12 other mayor teams to  support the Special Olympics. Crawford was eliminated in the first round after scoring six points in the three-game round robin format.
Jul 16, 2014

A friendly game of bocce between mayors

by Katy Sword
Competition — Oregon Mayors Bocce Cup designed to raise awareness for Special Olympics Despite sweltering heat, spirits remained high at the Oregon Mayors Bocce Cup Friday at the Austin Sports…
by: COURTESY OF STEVEN KENNEY - ‘Mother Counselor' - Two Portland researchers are writing a book about women in the KKK, including information about Maybelle Bents and her involvement early on in the organization.
Jul 16, 2014

Tales from the Grubby End: The Ku Klux Klan in Newberg

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Maybelle Bents 'Mother Counselor' in women's wing of organization As tempting as it is to think Yamhill County enjoys a special isolation from the rest of the world — and I suppose in some ways…
by: SUBMITTED - Competing for a good cause - For the second year, baristas will compete in Caravan Coffee's Barista Show-Down for the winning title and to raise money for Newberg Area Habitat for Humanity.
Jul 16, 2014

Showdown looking to be part of change

by Katy Sword
Upcoming barista competition will raise money for Habitat for Humanity When Marcus Karaffa does something, he likes to dream big. “My philosophy is if we want to make the world a better place,…
by: SUBMITTED - And lift - Proper technique when lifting will strengthen the    targeted muscles while minimizing strains and injuries.
Jul 16, 2014

To Your Health: Exercise therapy may offer relief from lower…

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Colin: I am 62 years old and have experienced worsening low back pain spreading to my right hip, thigh and leg. I don’t have health insurance and am looking for ways to help ease the persistent…
by: SUBMITTED - Tradition - A-dec, Inc. co-founder Ken Austin Sr. (left) joined the Newberg Rotary club in staging its annual pancake breakfast early in its inception.
Jul 16, 2014

Breakfast steeped in history

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Preview — The Old Fashioned Festival tradition started more than four decades ago As the Old Fashioned Festival returns to Newberg again this year so will the Rotary Club Pancake Breakfast. A…




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