Quiet pianist explored in 'Seymour'

Quiet pianist explored in 'Seymour'

Review: Film highlights musical virtuoso, probes question of craft and artistry “Seymour: An...

Newberg native crowned Rodeo queen

Newberg native crowned Rodeo queen

Rodeo — Position reinstated at Yamhill County Rodeo after several years of no rodeo royalty...

Tales from the Grubby End: England to Oregon -- Newberg's spectacular Everest family

Tales from the Grubby End: England to Oregon -- Newberg's spectacular Everest family

Descendants of Richard and Jane Everest remain to this day in Newberg Richard and Jane Cole...

Three exhibits in one at the CCC

Three exhibits in one at the CCC

Exhibits range from 17th-century Japanese paintings to monotype printing by local students...

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March 04, 2015

Peace will take center stage at GFU

by Gary Allen
Religion — Panel discussion at university will gather speakers from diverse religions In today’s politically charged culture no two issues garner more vitriol then human rights and religion.…
Avery
March 04, 2015

Author tries to answer what's in the name of God?

by Seth Gordon
Religion — Salem author John Avery will sign copies of his new book, "The Name Quest," at event Fifteen years ago, then Pastor John Avery delivered a series of messages on the different names of…
March 04, 2015

Focusing on Northwest treats

by Colin Staub
Happening — Event brings celebrated restauranteur, author to Newberg for conversation and signing as well as wine and oysters Seafood, wine and books are on the menu in Newberg this weekend as…
March 04, 2015

March 4 Arts & Leisure briefs

by Colin Staub
Two weekends left of VRT play Valley Repertory Theatre has several showings remaining of its production of Arthur Miller’s “All My Sons.” Directed by Stephen Pick, the play examines the American…
March 04, 2015

Pastoral Pondering: Safety at what cost?

by (none)
I did not grow up in a house where safety was stressed. My mother was a rancher’s daughter from Wyoming who played around large animals, machinery and when that seemed a little too safe she…
March 04, 2015

March 4 religion briefs

by Gary Allen
Eight-week marriage class offered Newberg Christian Church will host “Dynamic Marriage,” an eight-week interactive course, beginning at 7 p.m. April 2. The course is designed to transform…
March 04, 2015

March 4 community briefs

by Gary Allen
A big night for train buffs The Dundee Woman’s Club will hold a talk on the history of trains in the Newberg/ Dundee area at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Dundee Community Center. For more information,…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTED PHOTO - Cut a rug -- Newberg's Tim Siler gets down during the Night to Shine event at Newberg Christian Church Feb. 13. The event, which drew 80 people with special needs for a prom, was co-sponsored by the church and the Tim Tebow Foundation. To view a video of the event, visit https://vimeo.com/119719821.
February 25, 2015

Church holds prom for special needs folks

by (none)
February 25, 2015

A new take on a very old tale

by Seth Gordon
MCO Productions will present 'Samson, God's One-Man Army' this weekend and next at Northside Community Church Marilyn Olson has been writing and producing plays and musicals for MCO Productions…
February 25, 2015

North Valley to explore Middle East issues

by Seth Gordon
Series — A four-week course will be offered during Wednesdays with Friends beginning this week When North Valley Friends Church Pastor Lynn Holt spent six weeks in Israel and Palestine last…

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Feb 25, 2015

Religion in Brief - Feb. 25

by (none)
Prodigal Songs concert returns Friday The Hillside Inn will host singer/songwriter Wesley Randolph Eader at 8 p.m. Friday in the latest installment of its Prodigal Songs concert series. Doors…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTED - Night life - A gang of vampires go about their normal activities in ‘What We Do in the Shadows,' a mockumentary comedy that explores how the mythical bloodsucking creatures get by in the modern age.
Feb 25, 2015

'What We Do in the Shadows' sheds light on vampires

by Colin Staub
Shadows — Film follows a group of the undead creatures as they survive in the modern age The mockumentary genre has a new addition with “What We Do in the Shadows,” an over-the-top gory film…
Feb 25, 2015

Feb. 25 community briefs

by Gary Allen
Do you want to be a NOFF princess? Applications to serve on the Newberg Old Fashioned Festival court are available in the offices of Newberg High School, C.S. Lewis Academy and Veritas School.…
Feb 25, 2015

Event will benefit family

by Gary Allen
A fundraiser will be held to support local resident Rick Dervalis as he battles cancer. Dervalis and his family are longtime residents of Newberg. He is described as a dedicated father, husband,…
Feb 25, 2015

Feb. 25 Arts & Leisure briefs

by Gary Allen
Music and oysters in Dundee Fries Family Wines, located at Duck Pond Cellars, will soon host its annual “Pearls and Oysters” event, which features live music, wine, smoked salmon chowder and…
Photo Credit: GARY ALLEN - New and old -  The new Rodgers digital organ system, here demonstrated by Kenn Willson, allows a marked increase in sound capacity.
Feb 18, 2015

George Fox organ joins the digital age

by Colin Staub
Digital interface expands organ's range while keeping it intact Digital and analog are mixing in Bauman Auditorium at George Fox University, as the school’s 30-year-old pipe organ is integrated…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTED - Hand work - Dave Hanson employs a ‘razing' method to create sculptures. Some of the finished products take nearly 50,000 hammer blows to create.
Feb 18, 2015

Two different mediums represented in Art Elements show

by Colin Staub
Art — Gallery features landscape paintings, hammered metal sculptures in upcoming show Two distinct types of artwork will be featured in an upcoming Art Elements Gallery show. Don Bishop of…
Wesley Everest
Feb 18, 2015

Tales from the Grubby End: In the shadow of Karl Marx

by (none)
A Newberg veteran of World War I is slain during a struggle between a labor union and the American Legion One of the darkest chapters in Newberg’s history occurred in the town of Centralia,…
Feb 18, 2015

To Your Health: There are all sorts of treatments useful for…

by (none)
Dear Colin: My doctor recently diagnosed me with complex regional pain syndrome. I’m only 52 and tired of being in pain, although everyone tells me not to expect much in the way of successful…
Photo Credit: JOEL BOCK - Prolific pen - George Fox professor Paul Anderson is receiving positive feedback on four book projects he published in the fall, including his introduction to the New Testament textbook ‘From Crisis to Christ,' which he is also using in his freshman Bible course this semester.
Feb 18, 2015

George Fox's Paul Anderson wields a prolific pen

by Seth Gordon
Theology — The biblical and Quaker studies professor at the Newberg university is enjoying the success of four books published in the fall Having had four book projects published in a…




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