Crestview Crossing development poised to start up once again

Crestview Crossing development poised to start up once again

City plans for the possibility of construction beginning this year, pending permits

Camellia named after Newberg

Camellia named after Newberg

The Legislature is considering resolution makng Newberg officially the 'Camellia City'

Newberg tourism committee gives out first grants

Newberg tourism committee gives out first grants

Camellia Festival, Old Fashioned Festival and other events get a total of $20,000

Working to preserve a once-prominent prairie plant

Working to preserve a once-prominent prairie plant

Tall dogbane was once a key resource for Native Americans for use making rope and baskets

Ten cars reported stolen in one weekend

Ten cars reported stolen in one weekend

Police urge residents to remain alert and lock their vehicles

Life at full speed

Life at full speed

Newberg resident Reb Wickersham's competitive nature spans decades and disciplines

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PMG FILE - The city of St. Paul could once again consider whether to enter into an agreement with the St. Paul Rodeo Association to potentially use the rodeo's well for drinking water.
March 26, 2017

St. Paul to consider using rodeo well

by Aaron Knapp
City test well failed to find usable water source; council will consider singing MOU Thursday
GARY ALLEN - Local native Matt Clay serves a customer at the drive-up coffee stand Local Roots Coffee, 109 N. Highway 99W, which he opened last month with business partner Mark Jordan with plans of serving affordable, quality coffee to their neighbors.
March 22, 2017

New coffee stand puts down 'Local Roots'

by Aaron Knapp
Dundee drive-up shop looks to serve quality, affordable coffee to neighbors
March 22, 2017

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March 22, 2017

Bill would require state to adopt emission rules for dairies

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Lawmakers created the task force in 2007 as part of broader legislation aimed at clearing up inconsistencies in state and federal law regarding Clean Air Act requirements for agriculture
March 22, 2017

March 22 public safety round-up

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Outstanding warrants, Yamhill County jail reports, Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue log, Newberg-Dundee Police Department log
March 22, 2017

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March 22, 2017

Lawmakers back away from bill that would tax farm equipment

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Opposition by Oregon's farmers, ranchers and forestland owners convinces lawmakers to back away from altering key property tax provisions affecting agriculture and forestry
March 22, 2017

March 22 business briefs

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Savings and loan announces nonprofit agencies that receive cash through program
GARY ALLEN - The county has closed a segment of Chehalem Drive between West Foothills Drive and North Valley Road through April 14 so that water and sewer lines can be installed for a new subdivision.
March 21, 2017

Stretch of Chehalem Drive closed for improvements

by Aaron Knapp
Sewer and water lines must be installed for planned subdivision
GARY ALLEN - Brendan Verseman opened Valley Custom Meats, 122A N. Everest Road, earlier this month, a butcher shop where he plans to offer residents a higher quality of meats than they can get at normal grocery stores, including ground meat and sausage he makes personally.
March 21, 2017

An 'old school' butcher opens up shop in Newberg

by Aaron Knapp
Local opens meat shop aimed at raising the bar for meats in Newberg

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GARY ALLEN - Contractors will close a section of Springbrook Road for the next several months to allow for reconstruction of the thoroughfare to allow easier access to the Newberg-Dundee bypass.
Mar 19, 2017

Springbrook Road will close for reconstruction

by Gary Allen
Once completed the thoroughfare will allow a greater volume of traffic reach the eastern terminus of the Newberg-Dundee bypass
GARY ALLEN - Rea Andrew started as an administrative assistant at the Newberg Public Library in 1989 and since then has assumed many duties to become an integral part of the operation.
Mar 17, 2017

A life among the books

by Aaron Knapp
Rea Andrew stresses library's enduring importance as she retires after nearly three decades of service
GARY ALLEN - Jennifer Justice brings an extensive background in the arts and nonprofits to her position as the new Chehalem Cultural Center executive director.
Mar 16, 2017

Cultural center has a new leader

by Aaron Knapp
Jennifer Justice comes with 30 years in arts, nonprofit management
GRAPHIC FILE PHOTO - The Newberg City Council has approved a resolution that declares Newberg to be an 'inclusive city.'
Mar 15, 2017

Council OKs 'inclusive city' resolution

by Aaron Knapp
City officials see move as accepting, not concerned about consequences from president
Mar 15, 2017

Commission delays subdivision decision

by Aaron Knapp
Planning commission does approve cultural center patio, new cell tower
GRAPHIC FILE PHOTO - The Painted Lady, 201 S. College St., is one of two Newberg restaurants named as semifinalists for the national 2017 James Beard Awards. The Painted Lady was recognized in the category of outstanding service and The Allison Inn & Spa's Jory Restaurant is in contention for outstanding wine program.
Mar 15, 2017

Painted Lady, Jory Restaurant up for Beard Awards

by Aaron Knapp
Pair of Newberg eateries are finalists for prestigious national honors
PMG FILE PHOTO - Oregon lawmakers have condemned a White House statement suggesting the U.S. Justice Department will enforce the federal prohibition on recreational marijuana in states that have legalized it.
Mar 15, 2017

White House says it will step up enforcement of federal…

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Oregon officials say a crackdown on the state's recreational market would violate state rights
Mar 15, 2017

Anti-abortion measure supporters can start seeking signatures

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Petitioners get permission to gather signatures to put a measure restricting state funding for abortions on the ballot in 2018
Mar 15, 2017

Council votes to redo Veritas vote

by Aaron Knapp
Officials also back local peace campaign, state law to protect property owners from suits
Mar 15, 2017

Task force seeks input from older adults on Newberg's livability

by Gary Allen
Meetings set to share with residents plans to make Newberg more desirable to seniors