A donated vintage bracelet and earrings set by Italian design icon Elisa Schiaparelli didn’t sell at the Give a Little Foundation’s Spring Bling event, but organizers will consider other ways to market it.

Bling sale generates more than $15,000

Hundreds of people donated jewelry for fundraising event

Marcus Larson/News-RegisterAddaperle (Leticia Duran) is one of three witches Dorothy encounters on her travels.

Kansas? Not even close

Search for the Wiz continues at Gallery Theater

Dogs do the darndest things

Canine quirkiness defies scientific explanation


Welcome aboard

Believers, skeptics alike join in UFO Festival fun

A wealth of time

But where does it all go?

Oregon JournalInvestigators examine Larry Peyton’s car after his body has been removed, on Sunday, Nov. 27, 1960.

Did Oregon miss chance to stop a serial killer?

Story played out like an urban legend

Marcus Larson/News-RegisterEagle Scouts Ken Friday and his son, Isaac, with the benches Isaac built for his Eagle project. They share a love of scouting with Ken’s dad, Walt, the first Eagle Scout in the family.

Three generations of Eagles

Scouting is a tradition in the Friday family

Courtesy The Black LilliesExtensive touring in a van and an independent Americana/country sound has helped The Black Lillies become a band to watch.

Weekend Tempo 5/10/2013

See who is taking the stage this weekend in Yamhill County.

Marcus Larson/News-RegisterMichael 
Hooper works up some height 
on the swing set during recess at Newby Elementary School.

Recess rocks

Students pour onto playground for the session no one want to miss

Extensive touring in a van has helped The Black Lillies become a band to watch.

Appalachia born, upward bound

The Black Lillies play Saturday at Hotel Oregon

Mostly making the most of it

That new-mother advice was sound, but easier said than done

Submitted photoEqual pours of eight Oregon chardonnays were presented to Chardonnay Symposium attendees for evaluation and discussion.

Courting the white queen

Oregon re-elevates chardonnay to regal status

Tanya and Joe Lagattuta

With simple fall comes devastating diagnosis

McMinnville postal carrier and family appreciate support of co-workers, customers

How to boil water (really)

And some other ways to survive a disaster

Marcus Larson/News-RegisterMcMinnville artist Dee Boyles works on a painting outdoors, a technique called “plein air.” It’s his favorite way of painting, said Boyles, who also sculpts, does wood cuts and draws illustrations.

Mixed media

Sculpture to painting to graphic design -- Dee Boyles does it all

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