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Racing history on display in Wilsonville

Racing history on display in Wilsonville

Motorcar history — World of Speed motorsport museum will open its doors Friday WILSONVILLE...

Bringing back the bully pulpit

Bringing back the bully pulpit

Roosevelt impersonator Joe Wiegand will perform at cultural center When Joe Wiegand takes the...

Book reflects a different era of police work

Book reflects a different era of police work

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April 22, 2015

Shelter volunteers needed this summer

by Seth Gordon
Ministry — Love INC clearing house calling for shelter hosts beginning in May; other donations With summer around the corner, many volunteer hosts at the Newberg Community Shelter are unable to…
April 22, 2015

White on Wine: Investing our hearts, heads in Champagne

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“Here you have this wonderful, miraculous thing, with hundreds of thousands of little tiny bubbles that are defeating gravity and exploding in this gentle fragrant foam on the lip of the glass.…
April 22, 2015

Interfaith panel will discuss the death penalty May 9 in…

by Gary Allen
McMINNVILLE — Few topics are as polarizing as the death penalty, nor are there issues that typically draw more questions than answers. Is the death penalty just or even necessary? What do…
April 22, 2015

April 22 community briefs

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Club hosts concealed carry class The Newberg Rifle and Pistol Club will present a defensive handgun training class that satisfies the required course to apply for a Concealed Handgun License in…
April 22, 2015

April 22 Arts & Leisure briefs

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Community band plays free show in McMinnville MCMINNVILLE – The Second Winds Community Band will present “Under the Big Top: Music of the Circus!” next month at the community center. The band is…
April 22, 2015

April 22 religion briefs

by Gary Allen
Muthiah to be honored Sunday at First United Methodist Church The Rev. Lionel Muthiah, a minister of the Dakotas Conference, will be presented with a Jubilee Clergy Certificate this June for 50…
April 22, 2015

Pastoral Pondering: Prayer really does change things, even God's…

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Our congregation has been carefully reading through the book of Exodus over the past six months and we are only in chapter 14 as of this Sunday. We have to keep reminding each other, “Don’t…
GARY ALLEN - Gearing up - Newberg High School student Jacob Beckmann (left) prepares to face off against retired UFC fighter Nate Quarry in a mixed martial arts match this weekend, the culmination of an effort headed by coach Greg Walker (right) to make Beckmann's dream come true.
April 15, 2015

Striving only to compete in the ring

by Colin Staub
Martial arts — Jacob Beckmann, an MMA fighter with Down syndrome, set for an exhibition match There’s going to be a rumble in Portland Saturday as Jacob Beckmann enters the ring in a mixed…
GARY ALLEN - Rehearsals - JR Jackson and Alivia Weigand rehearse their roles as ‘Yusef' and ‘Akisha' Monday evening at the Masonic Lodge.
April 15, 2015

Chehalem Players try social commentary

by Colin Staub
Theater troupe's spring production includes four vignettes, multimedia elements While it took longer than normal for Chehalem Players Repertory to cast its spring production, director Donna…
GARY ALLEN - Project continues - The Chehalem Cultural Center's Black Box Theater is receiving a number of life safety upgrades including new sprinklers and an additional emergency exit, explains CCC Executive Director Rob Dailey. The project, which received funding more than a year ago, has been delayed several times in the process of bringing it up to code.
April 15, 2015

Theater saga continues

by Colin Staub
Culture — Fire retardant requirements mean a delayed opening date, theater predicts fall reopening More than a year after it received funding for the project, construction work on the Black Box…

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SUBMITTED - Prayer team - Jeff and Lecia Retter will lead the ‘Joy of Intercession' class at the Northside Community Church. The class will kick off April 22 and continue weekly on Wednesday nights.
Apr 15, 2015

Northside ministry school offers workshops

by Seth Gordon
'Hearing God's Voice,' 'Joy of Intercession' series begins soon The Northside Community Church School of Ministry is still in its first year, but has already set a good pace for offering the…
SUBMITTED - More books for kids - (From left) Kiwanis President Terry Molander and book drive chairwoman Joan Struchen join children's librarians Korie Buerkle and Mary Lynn Thomas in showing off the books the Kiwanis Club donated last week.
Apr 15, 2015

Library nets books, cash from Kiwanis

by Gary Allen
The Newberg Public Library is $130 richer and has hundreds more books this week after last week’s donation by the Newberg Kiwanis Club in celebrating more than a century of international…
Apr 15, 2015

On the Refuge

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Refuge isn't just for wildlife, it's for people We call the Tualatin Refuge a place for birds and wildlife, but it could just as easily be called a refuge for people. It is surrounded by houses,…
Apr 15, 2015

Pastoral Pondering: Movie 'Frozen' provides some life lessons

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If you have a young child anywhere near you these days, you may have seen the movie “Frozen.” We happen to have two beautiful granddaughters and the youngest one cries “Anna” whenever she comes…
Apr 15, 2015

April 15 Arts & Leisure briefs

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Erath wine tasting at Voodoo Martini Winemaker Wednesday will be held at Voodoo Martini and features the Arizona Red Blend of winemaker Dick Erath and live music from the Ben Rice Band. The…
Apr 15, 2015

April 15 community briefs

by Gary Allen
Demos will meet April 23 at Izzy’s The Yamhill County Democrats will meet at 6 p.m. April 23 at Izzy’s Restaurant in Newberg. Speaker will be Chuck Sheketoff of the Oregon Center for Public…
Apr 15, 2015

April 15 religion briefs

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Register for Peace Village day camp Registration is open for this year’s Peace Village day camp for children entering grades second through eighth in the fall. The camp will be held June 22-26…
Apr 08, 2015

Fosters will host Newberg confab

by Seth Gordon
Religion — Father-and-son duo will host 'Making Ordinary Saints' Friday and Saturday at Newberg Friends Church When renowned Christian author Richard Foster and his son, Nathan, returned to…
Lepojarvi
Apr 08, 2015

C.S. Lewis scholar will speak Thursday at George Fox

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Religion — Oxford research fellow and president's guest Jason LepojÍrvi will explore Lewis' famous disagreement with Augustine on love C.S. Lewis scholar Jason Lepojärvi will speak at George Fox…
Apr 08, 2015

Religion in Brief - April 8

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Sharing faith workshop Saturday Calvary Chapel Newberg will host a Share Your Faith workshop from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday. The hands-on approach to witnessing will help participants gain…




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