History as told by a wine insider

History as told by a wine insider

Local author releases book tracking industry history and memoirs of the growers who shaped it...

Newberg musician's career gathering steam

Newberg musician's career gathering steam

Isaac Turner has made noise on the airwaves and narrowly misses spot on primetime TV show Issac...

Davis takes the reins at Methodist church

Davis takes the reins at Methodist church

The native of North Carolina succeeds Bob Flaherty after receiving her doctorate from George Fox...

Traveler, philosopher, artist

Traveler, philosopher, artist

Yamhills Gallery show features well-traveled painter now living in St. Paul St. Paul painter...

Looking for summer scares? Look elsewhere

Looking for summer scares? Look elsewhere

Review — 'The Gallows' may be the final nail in found footage genre's coffin By Casey...

Edingers take short journey north

Edingers take short journey north

Northside Community Church associate pastor Scott Edinger and his family will lead the planting...

Cloudmover will storm Coffee Cottage

Cloudmover will storm Coffee Cottage

Boise-based artist Tyler Shockley is a one-man ambient electronic act By Casey Taylor, Newberg...


Newberg's Features

July 29, 2015

July 29 birth notices

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Skyler Jolee Jech, 8 pounds 11 ounces, was born July 5, 2015, at Providence St. Vincent’s Hospital to Ashley and Tim Jech of Lafayette. Skyler has a sister, Piper, 3, and a brother, Tucker, 2.…
July 29, 2015

Pastoral Pondering: The faithful seeking wisdom through common…

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Challenged by a wonderful sermon series Pastor Tim Keller did in 2004 on Proverbs, I realized I had not spent much time pursing wisdom. Keller broadly defines wisdom as, “Knowing how things…
July 29, 2015

July 29 Arts & Leisure briefs

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Chamber music to fill coffee house Local chamber musician Amy Natzke will appear at Coffee Cottage this weekend. Natzke, from Evansville, Ind., is a graduate of the Oberlin Conservatory and the…
July 29, 2015

July 29 religion briefs

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St. Peter hosting ­picnic, initiation ­classes St. Peter Catholic Church will host a pair of events in the coming weeks, beginning with a picnic and “Mass on the Grass” at 10:30 a.m. Sunday.…
July 29, 2015

July 29 community briefs

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Community band to host concert at GFU The Newberg Community Band will hold a concert at 7 p.m. Thursday in the George Fox University amphitheater. Guests can park in the university’s student…
July 22, 2015

Singer brings an online following

by Colin Staub
Performance — Newberg musician and teacher was a well-known Christian singer in the early 1970s in San Francisco Bay area A Newberg resident will perform at Coffee Cottage this weekend, which…
July 22, 2015

July 22 Arts & Leisure briefs

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Art gallery celebrates 38th anniversary SHERIDAN — Lawrence Gallery is celebrating its 38th year of business by hosting a show featuring the paintings of Master YiQian Shu and metal sculptures…
July 22, 2015

July 22 community briefs

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Christian Chamber meeting July 28 In lieu of a guest speaker at its upcoming Newberg meeting from 7:30 to 9 a.m. July 28 at the Windrose Conference Center, the Christian Chamber of the Northwest…
SUBMITTED - The aged detective - Famed investigator Sherlock Holmes is the subject of yet another film, but this is a Holmes we haven't seen too often.
July 15, 2015

Sherlock Holmes has reached old age

by Colin Staub
Review: Ian McKellen plays the aged sleuth Yes, another Sherlock Holmes film has been made. But it’s not part of a series, it doesn’t star Robert Downey Jr. or Benedict Cumberbatch and, most…
SUBMITTED - Serenity - Marilyn Higginson's work will be displayed at the Art Elements Gallery from July 23 to Aug. 22. An artist reception will be held July 23.
July 15, 2015

Less is always more for this Oregon painter

by Pamplin Media Group
Culture — By minimizing reflections, the true nature of nature is revealed in her artwork By Casey Taylor, Newberg Graphic intern For artist Marilyn Higginson, subtraction is an essential…

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Jul 15, 2015

Fire in the valley: A history lesson

by Colin Staub
CCC — Discussion highlights the use of fire by indigenous people in the local region The historic landscape of the Willamette Valley prior to its modern settlement will be discussed by an expert…
Jul 15, 2015

July 15 Arts & Leisure briefs

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Calling all blacksmith enthusiasts Blacksmith and Woodworking Day, an opportunity for the public to learn a number of old-fashioned skills in a living history event, is scheduled for this…
Jul 15, 2015

Inspiration Point: What are you collecting?

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He was circling in on me like a glider coursing to a target. Engulfed in a magazine in a hangar-sized hospital waiting room, I was sitting in one of the 100-plus seats. Only two others were…
Jul 15, 2015

July 15 community briefs

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CYFS will benefit from Grocery Outlet’s largess Chehalem Youth and Family Services will be the beneficiary of Grocery Outlet’s fifth annual Independence from Hunger Food Drive. Donations at the…
GARY ALLEN - Nature's bounty - Fresh cauliflower and other fruits and vegetables are available at Newberg's farmer's market.
Jul 08, 2015

Farmer's market offers wide range of local products

by Pamplin Media Group
Produce, plants and jewelry among items for sale By Casey Taylor, Newberg Graphic intern Every Wednesday afternoon the sound of music and the smell of freshly cooked food converges in front of…
SUBMITTED - Preservation - Modern and historic evidence, as well as traditional stories, will be presented this month by Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde tribal historic preservation officer David Harrelson as a way of understanding the Newberg area from a tribal perspective.
Jul 08, 2015

Grand Ronde tribal cultural history on tap

by Colin Staub
Two discussions by historic preservation expert will explore tribe's history, plant use While the history of several treaties that shaped the modern Willamette Valley was presented at the…
SUBMITTED - Singing the Good Word - Local bluegrass band Jericho Road will perform worship service at West Chehalem Friends Church at 10:45 a.m. Sunday. From left to right: Robyn Stutzman, former member Jon Cooper (deceased), Scot Cook and West Chehalem member Gary Fendall. Not pictured: Eli Raber and Steve Allen.
Jul 08, 2015

Jericho Road to lead worship at Friends church

by Seth Gordon
Playing and performing is the local bluegrass band's preferred brand of ministry Three to four times a year, West Chehalem Friends Church Pastor Paul Almquist turns over worship service duties…
SUBMITTED - Live music - Classical guitarist David Rogers, who will perform at Coffee Cottage Friday night, comes from a family full of musicians.
Jul 08, 2015

Acclaimed guitarist will perform at Coffee Cottage

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Music scene — David Rogers will play classical guitar music July 10 at local popular coffee house By Casey Taylor, Newberg Graphic intern Guitar aficionados, take notice: a master of strings…
SUBMITTED - A boy and his dog - While the film could easily have fallen into         the unfortunate fate of many boringly predictable and unoriginal family adventure movies, ‘Max' wisely does not dumb down its story for the audience and manages to pull off an engaging and maybe even a little bit heartwarming story.
Jul 08, 2015

'Max' an ode to the classics

by Colin Staub
Review — A deftly-crafted storyline helps film avoid genre pitfalls and feel original While it is certainly a family movie, “Max” feels more like the classics of the genre, emphasizing the…
Jul 08, 2015

July 8 Arts & Leisure briefs

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5th annual Uncommon Wine Festival slated DAYTON — Vista Hills Vineyard will host the Uncommon Wine Festival from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. July 12 at their treehouse tasting room, 6475 N.E. Hilltop…




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