UO LibrariesA story from the Nov. 15, 1911, issue of the Klamath Falls Evening Herald illustrates the impact the unsolved murder of Charles Lyons had on the town. It was this vice clampdown that resulted in the charges against Faye Melbourne.

Midnight murder of logger still a mystery

Klamath Falls pressured to crack down on brothels after body found near red light district

Linfield Lively Arts to feature Trio con Brio Copenhagen

Reception to follow April 2 concert

Marcus Larson/News-RegisterMichael Davies and Anna Matzinger are partners in life and winemaking.

A marriage of minds and wines

Winemaking couple set their own statement

News-Register file photoThe statewide daffodil show is a highlight of Amity’s annual Daffodil Festival. Organizers expect more than 1,000 entries.

Daffodil festival marks 20th year

Event runs Saturday and Sunday at Amity Elementary

Marcus Larson/News-RegisterKaryn Sampson’s co-workers at Grandhaven Elementary School know she loves shoes, so they used shoe-print fabric when they made her a quilt and matching pillowcase. She received the gift when she returned home from Seattle, where she spent five months recovering from a double-lung transplant.

Every breath she takes

Fifth-grade teacher full of gratitude following life-saving double-lung transplant

We're puppy parents, once again

New addition helps fill void left by loss

Would you have been a hero?

From the 'Fun Train,' reflecting on the Donner Party

Submitted photoFor his Linfield Gallery show, artist Wafaa Bilal will paint on the walls the names of civilians who died in the Iraq War.

Linfield Gallery show to feature 100,000 names

Interactive exhibit opens April 1

Submitted photoUnWined, the Astoria seafood festival’s post-wine judging event, was held at the restored Liberty Theater.

Oceanic oenological outcome

Astoria Wine judging a test of time

Submitted photoMonica Setziol-Phillips weaves a blanket for a new art piece in an addition to the family’s cabin that serves as her studio. Below is one of her finished works.

Warp, weft, wood

Following in her father’s footsteps, Monica Setziol-Phillips carves out a creative life in the West Hills 

When living the dream is no longer reality

Going back to writing in the margins of mothering

Submitted photoDayton artist Richard Thompson’s painting “Prairie #18” was chosen for display in a Portland billboard exhibit highlighting contemporary art. The exhibit runs through April 27.

Dayton artist selected for billboard

Portland exhibit celebrates contemporary art

Awards honor women

Six recognized at Soroptimist presentation

No tax on happiness

But you do owe it to your fellow humans to share

Strategies for cooks with odd schedules

Prep work done ahead of time can make all the difference

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