Testimony on bills to limit gun access gets emotional

Testimony on bills to limit gun access gets emotional

State Sen. Brian Boquist, who lost his son to suicide last year, is a co-sponsor of the bill

Search continues for George Fox student

Search continues for George Fox student

Newberg-Dundee Police Department seeking 21-year-old Daniel Mellers, who has been missing since...

Tip-A-Cop returns May 25 despite loss of Summer State Games in Newberg

Tip-A-Cop returns May 25 despite loss of Summer State Games in Newberg

Newberg-Dundee Police Department fundraiser for Yamhill County Special Olympics set at at Lil'...

Dundee poised to approve urban renewal district

Dundee poised to approve urban renewal district

Council scheduled to vote for a second time on plan

Planned development passes initial hurdle

Planned development passes initial hurdle

Newberg Planning Commission approves annexation, next heads to City Council

Decision allowing brewery events appealed to state

Decision allowing brewery events appealed to state

County to defend its agri-tourism permit for Wolves & People

City, TVF&R prepare to join ambulance lawsuit

City, TVF&R prepare to join ambulance lawsuit

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Contentious street fee issue may return to council soon

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SETH GORDON - NHS principal Kyle Laier addresses students during a dedication ceremony for the school's new peace pole Friday morning. The Newberg Rotary clubs held ceremonies at all 10 Newberg School District schools and at the Chehalem Cultural Center to celebrate their broader effort to install 50 peace poles across the community. 
April 19, 2017

Rotary clubs complete peace pole project

by Seth Gordon
Eleven dedication ceremonies held Friday morning to celebrate planting of 50 poles across Newberg and Dundee
April 19, 2017

House passes bill increasing penalties for unequal pay

by Pamplin Media Group
Majority nixes effort to substitute bill to reduce penalties and add vets as a protected class
April 19, 2017

Sidewalks, curbs to be replaced on 99W in Dundee

by Aaron Knapp
Construction to start by early June, roadway work by ODOT will not be undertaken until other work is done


April 19, 2017

These kids truly can be called 'Amazing'

by Pamplin Media Group
Local youth will be honored for serving others and improving their communities
April 19, 2017

April 19 public safety round-up

by Pamplin Media Group
Outstanding warrants, Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue log, Newberg-Dundee Police Department log, Yamhill County jail reports
GRAPHIC FILE PHOTO - The Historic Cameo Theatre recently got a boost in its efforts to get it listed on the National Register of Historic Places in the form of a $5,000 grant awarded to the city for researching and putting together a nomination.
April 18, 2017

City awarded $5K grant for Cameo application

by Aaron Knapp
Funds will be used to study, nominate theater for national historic registry
GRAPHIC FILE PHOTO - In proclamations made recently by the Newberg City Council, the city encouraged people to attend one of several peace pole dedication ceremonies held Friday throughout Newberg.
April 15, 2017

City Council makes four proclamations

by Aaron Knapp
Newberg City Council publicly supports peace poles, dispatchers, library, arbor week
GRAPHIC FILE PHOTO - The Newberg City Council approved a mediated settlement last week that will allow the city to build a long-sought stretch of sidewalk in front of 517 Villa Road. Under the settlement, the city will pay $35,000 to cover purchase of   the sidewalk area, a temporary construction easement, damages to the property and legal costs incurred by the    residents.
April 14, 2017

City settles Villa Road sidewalk dispute

by Aaron Knapp
City will pay $35,000, can now connect pedestrian corridor from Portland Road to Fulton Street
GARY ALLEN - Work continued last week on the Newberg Affiliate of Habitat for Humanity's new ReStore project near North Meridian and Fulton streets in Newberg. The facility is much larger and than the organization's current facility on North Main Street and will allow Habitat    to accept donations it couldn't before.
April 13, 2017

Habitat for Humanity will soon unveil new ReStore

by Seth Gordon
The new facility on North Meridian Street represents a big step for the Christian ministry's work in Newberg
SETH GORDON - Newberg High School seniors Sarah Hughes (left) and Savannah Pilcher post student submissions to their 'You Matter' secrets board. The duo facilitated 'You Matter Week,' a suicide prevention and mental health awareness      program from March 17-24 as their senior project. 
April 12, 2017

NHS seniors focus on mental health awareness

by Seth Gordon
Senior projects center on suicide awareness, wellness among high school students

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Apr 12, 2017

Woodburn man arrested in Newberg bank robbery

by Gary Allen
Pair of suspects apprehended near Butteville after man got away with an undisclosed amount of cash from a Chase Bank on Monday
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Apr 13, 2017

Newberg man arrested on drug charges

by Gary Allen
Nathaniel Gene Sedivec faces charges for dealing meth from apartment blocks away from an elementary school
Apr 12, 2017

Poll: Voters would support corporate tax hike to shore up K-12…

by Pamplin Media Group
Voters would also give up kicker if money went toward education
Apr 12, 2017

Cold Stone and Blimpie closed temporarily

by Aaron Knapp
Developer Stuart Brown says the Newberg restaurants, franchisor are regrouping
Apr 12, 2017

City approves unexpected grant for Hoover-Minthorn House Museum

by Pamplin Media Group
City Council approves a grant to museum for work done on the structure's foundation
Apr 12, 2017

Fashion show to benefit Dundee Community Center

by Aaron Knapp
Event a fundraiser for Dundee Community Center; set for April 23
Apr 12, 2017

April 12 public safety round-up

by Pamplin Media Group
Outstanding warrants, Yamhill County jail reports, Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue run log, Newberg-Dundee Police Department log
GARY ALLEN - Mitsuki Dazai and the Oregon Koto-Kai musicians performed on the Grand Ballroom stage on Saturday afternoon.
Apr 11, 2017

Festival a colorful spectacle

by Aaron Knapp
Annual Camellia Festival blossoms at Chehalem Cultural Center despite threatening weather
ZANE SPARLING -- GRESHAM OUTLOOK - Hydrologist Julie Koeberle (left) uses a snow tube to measure total accumulation in late March on Mount Hood. Accumulation on Oregon's snowy peaks and crags is above average this year — good news not just for alpinists and skiers, but farmers, turbine operators and all other downstream users.
Apr 08, 2017

State water supply in fine shape with deep snowpack

by Pamplin Media Group
Oregon's snow pack is 125 percent of normal conditions, according to the Natural Resources Conservation Service
AARON CURRAN KNAPP - Newberg city staff finish clearing off debris and shavings after dismantling a branch that had fallen into the road at Second and Meridian streets Friday morning. Public works employees spent much of the day rushing between the department's maintenance facility on Fifth Street and reports of fallen branches around the city.
Apr 07, 2017

Winds wreak havoc on area, Newberg

by Gary Allen
Thousands lose power, businesses shuttered and clean-up continues as Newberg digs out from storm