Tales From the Grubby End: Oregon's version of 'Hoosiers'

Tales From the Grubby End: Oregon's version of 'Hoosiers'

Longtime Newberg resident member of the Bellfountain Bells Every time I hear the bounce of a...

George Fox launches St. John's Bible series

George Fox launches St. John's Bible series

'Spring Into Illumination' to include guest and GFU faculty lectures George Fox University’s...

George Fox players will sing 'Little Women'

George Fox players will sing 'Little Women'

Troupe will present the classic Civil War-era story in Broadway adaptation For its winter term...

'Selma' does history justice

'Selma' does history justice

MOVIE REVIEW Everyone knows the story: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and other civil rights...

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January 21, 2015

Arts & Leisure in Brief - Jan. 21

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Talk will cover regional animal and plant life The Native Plant Society of Oregon will soon host the first of three free programs in early 2015. “Ecological Studies of the Northern Oregon…
January 21, 2015

Three emerging wine trends to watch for in 2015

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White on Wine 2014 will likely go down as the year that powerful wine critics lost their grip on the marketplace. Last year, many retailers stopped using points to sell wines. Instead of “shelf…
January 21, 2015

Relief nursery set to open next week

by Seth Gordon
Ministry — A Family Place reaches its fundraising goal and will open classroom inside local church A Family Place relief nursery announced last week that it had reached its $70,000 fundraising…
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January 21, 2015

Making something positive out of conflict

by Seth Gordon
Speaker — Pastor and mediator Doug Marshall will share Jan. 27 at the CCCNW's monthly meeting For many people, conflict is something to be avoided. According to pastor and mediator Doug…
January 21, 2015

GFU hosts talk on freedom of religion

by Seth Gordon
George Fox University will host a presentation on freedom of religion Jan. 29 in Room 105 of the school’s Hoover Academic Building. Nicholas Aroney, professor of constitutional law at the TC…
January 21, 2015

Jan. 21 community briefs

by Gary Allen
Homeless count drop-in sites announced by YCAP Yamhill County Action Partnership (YCAP) is conducting its annual homeless count Jan. 28. Drop-in sites in Newberg for the count are from 8 a.m. to…
Photo Credit: PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP - Checking - Regular exercise must become part of your routine if you want to lose, and keep off, weight and checking your heart rate is important in letting you know if you're working hard enough to burn calories.
January 21, 2015

Five tips to help you keep your resolution

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Health — Plenty of ways to avoid common pitfalls and stay on your weight-loss track New Year’s resolutions are easier to make than to keep, especially when it comes to dieting. While life can…
January 14, 2015

Jan. 14 - Senior Meals

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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…
January 14, 2015

Jan. 14 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,…
January 14, 2015

Religion in Brief - Jan. 14

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Joyful Servant offering midweek children’s program Joyful Servant Lutheran Church is inviting families to participate in S.H.I.N.E., its midweek children’s program, on the first and third…

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Photo Credit: SUBMITTED PHOTO - Festival star -- Truffles  grow underground and are generally harvested with the help of a truffle-sniffing dog. Part of the Truffle Festival event in Newberg will focus on the process of training a dog to locate truffles. Truffles have the potential to become a growing regional industry, as they tend to thrive in the same climate as wine grapes.
Jan 14, 2015

Truffle lovers will rejoice

by Colin Staub
Renowned Eugene festival expands north, hosting events in Yamhill, Multnomah counties Oregon is becoming a world-class truffle region, attracting lovers of the subterranean fungus from around…
Jan 14, 2015

Arts & Leisure in Brief - Jan. 14

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Newberg’s own will play in Oregon Symphony concert A Newberg native will perform with the Oregon Symphony during its performance Friday at Bauman Auditorium. Julie Coleman will be seated in the…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTED PHOTO - 'American Sniper'
Jan 14, 2015

'American Sniper' misses the mark

by Gary Allen
MOVIE REVIEW In “Flags of Our Fathers” director Clint Eastwood gave an intimate look at the price five Marines and a Navy corpsman paid for their fame following the battle for Iwo Jima. In the…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTED - History lesson - Walidah Imarisha speaks on Oregon's history of racial exclusion and discrimination, as well as the vibrant role black Oregonians have played in the state's history, in her presentation titled ‘Why Aren't There More Black People In Oregon?'
Jan 07, 2015

Getting upfront about race in Oregon

by Colin Staub
Professor's talk addresses state's history of racial exclusion, discrimination As part of the Oregon Humanities Conversation Project, the Chehalem Cultural Center will host a talk that aims to…
Photo Credit: COURTESY OF ART ELEMENTS GALLERY - Body art - The human form is a focus of ‘Embodiment,' an upcoming art show at Art Elements Gallery in Newberg. Sculptures, prints and paintings by local artists Mark and Erin Terry, inspired by the artists' personal interests and experiences, will be featured in the show.
Jan 07, 2015

Striving for the 'embodiment' of art

by Colin Staub
Culture — Art Elements show highlights human figures, embraces abstract processes An upcoming show at Art Elements Gallery will center on the theme of “embodiment” and feature local artists Mark…
Jan 07, 2015

December Rex Hill Rainfall column

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I don’t know about your home, but our home’s heating bill was significantly lower than a year ago as it was warmer this year. Our December average high temperature was 47.5 degrees, compared to…
Jan 07, 2015

Jan. 7 death notices

by Gary Allen
Billy Shaw Newberg resident Billy Don Shaw died on Dec. 23, 2014. He was 87. He was born on June 25, 1927. A memorial service was held Saturday at Finley’s Sunset Funeral Home in Portland.
Jan 07, 2015

Jan. 7 community briefs

by Gary Allen
Finanical aid event Jan. 13 Newberg High School will host a free financial aid and scholarship information event for seniors and their families from 3 to 6:30 p.m. Jan. 13. Financial aid…
Jan 07, 2015

Jan. 7 Arts & Leisure briefs

by Gary Allen
Cultural Center honors MLK with celebration Martin Luther King Jr. Day will be celebrated with an event at the Chehalem Cultural Center. Now in its fourth year, the Chehalem Valley Community MLK…
Jan 07, 2015

Genealogy: The path to discovering family history

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History — Internet has proven to be a boon to amateur genealogists around the world With the growth of the Internet has come an almost insatiable appetite for Americans to want to know their…




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