A showcase of diversity

Rose City Classic is a must for dog lovers

A resolve of one's own

Making, keeping and reflecting on resolutions makes me a better steward of my days

A to Z Wine-works stole the top producer crown from King Estate in 2013.

A to Z leapfrogs into lead

Other top makers increase production

Marcus Larson/News-RegisterDawn Graff-Haight and Walt Haight have made creative expression a priority in their lives, which they’ve shared for nearly 30 years.

Playing by the roles

McMinnville couple always in character

Courtesy MoonshinePortland alt pop/folk group brings its incandescent blend of guitar, autoharp, fiddle, banjo and upright bass to Hotel Oregon Friday night.

Weekend Tempo 10/25/13

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

Starla Pointer/News-RegisterRich Howlett Jr. adjusts the safety bar on the door of his Ford Escort. He had yet to paint it with a “Dukes of Hazzard” motif.

A smashing good time

Demolition derby drivers get ready to crush the competition in Saturday night event

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Memories in the making

County fair and rodeo opens Wednesday

Great White, from left to right: Michael Lardie, Audie Desbrow, Mark Kendall, Terry Ilous, Scott Snyder. Lardie, Desbrow and Kendall have been playing together on and off since 1985. The band will perform Saturday at the Yamhill County fair.

Fans remain faithful to '80s rockers Great White

Band takes stage Saturday night at county fair

Karl Klooster/News-RegisterFirst Federal’s home office, an ultra-modern monolithic statement, opened for business in 1974.

Quintessential intersection

Four corners encompass public safety, education and finance

Karl Klooster/News-RegisterAttendees of the Willamette Valley Vineyards/Joel Palmer House Pre-IPNC dinner were treated to torchlight on the restaurant’s patio.

Eventful insight on IPNC

Dinner and tasting encapsulate weekend

Signum Press

This hard-to-find book, written by an anonymous person claiming to be D.B. Cooper in 1983, was printed at the Portland Daily Journal of Commerce. Three copies are currently listed on Amazon for roughly $160.

Offbeat Oregon: What really happened to D.B. Cooper

Many therories surround the vanished hijacker

The Builders and The Butchers

Mac gets its own music fest

Walnut City Music Festival to features Northwest bands in Granary District Saturday

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Celeste Hunter and her daughter, Mabel, learn to can peaches with Sandra Robledo at a class taught by Yamhill County Master Food Preservers Bernadette Hansen, Cheryl White and Laura Kushner.

Masters at preserving

Canning experts share their knowledge in extension service classes

Not winning any popularity contests

Article in online newsletter lists 20 dogs rapidly declining in  popularity

Watermelon feed a favorite family ritual

The thick half-moon slices were eaten without plates, forks, napkins

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