Marcus Larson/News-RegisterSandy Haw is passionate about her work as a family advocate at Henderson House, where she has worked for 13 years.

An advocate for victims, and for change

Sandy Haw dreams of a day without domestic violence

Happy 170th, Yamhill County

Generous land once known as 'Mother of Oregon'

Submitted photoBusking on Third Street was a regular routine for Winn Shultz and his friends. Shultz now lives in Pendleton. He returns for a show at Cornerstone tonight at 7.

Inspired by folk, musician creates an original sound

Winn Shultz plays tonight at Cornerstone

News-Register file photoDuring Willamina’s 2012 July 4th festivities, Ben Clark watches Stephen Price complete his cut in the pole snip portion of the Logging Jamboree relay competition.

Firing up a fabulous Fourth

Willamina volunteers spark a stellar celebration

Marcus Larson/News-RegisterDr. Craig Kiser, a McMinnville urologist, is retiring after 26 years in practice. An open house will be held at his office, 851 N.E. Baker St., from noon to 3 p.m. Monday, July 1.

Dr. Craig Kiser calls it a career

‘I’ve been so blessed by their lives,’ McMinnville urologist says of his patients

Clockwise from upper left: The classic double-hinge sommelier corkscrew extracts the cork in two steps employing adjusted leverage. Technically engineered to extract corks in a single step by depressing and lifting the lever, this wine opener handles the most stubborn stoppers with ease.An easy-to-use foil cutter that fits snugly over the top of the bottle comes with the Savino.This ingenious sparkling wine closure contains a spring-loaded, recessed cap that seals the opening as the bottle top is inserted and held in place with clips. The Le Creuset Champagne wine opener firmly grasps the bulbous, compressed corks of sparkling wines to help twist them out of the bottle.

Great grape gadgets

Some wine gizmos work as ballyhooed, or even better

Shelter is a revelation

Good things have been happening at Homeward Bound Pets

Marcus Larson/News-RegisterLaurel Ackerman, with her children Ella and Pascual Carrasco, view the mummy of Nes-pa-qa-shuti. The Egyptian priest played a role in the Egyptian religious hierarchy 2,650 years ago.

Under wraps

Modern investigative techniques reveal much about world’s mummies

The lists we have to have

Don't leave home without your index of medications

Marcus Larson/News-RegisterBea Wagner has good memories of her time in the Marines. She wants to meet other women who’ve served in the military.

'I grew up in the service'

Mac woman joined Marines to help her country and herself

Courtesy BluestarPop/rock trio and local coffee shop favorites Bluestar returns to Cornerstone Coffee Roasters Friday night.

 
Weekend Tempo 6/21/13

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

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“Loop Ninja” Tony Smiley, performing at the Bend Spring Festival in April with his usual high-energy style.

Who needs a band? Not the Loop Ninja

This one-man dynamo does the job of an entire rock outfit

Marcus Larson/News-RegisterCurtis and Michelle Grubbs in their flower-filled yard.

Making an entrance

McMinnville homeowners give front yard a facelift, creating a colorful, inviting arrangement

Marcus Larson/News-RegisterChris and Hilary Berg stand in the midst of their seven-acre Roots Estate Vineyard at the 600 foot level northeast of Yamhill.

Placing importance on place

Roots Wine & Vineyard is all about origins and authenticity

Built in 1931, the 50,000 square foot McMinnville Community Hospital was an imposing presence on the city scene for 65 years.

Six-year wait decided its fate

Abandoned hospital finally made way for Walgreens

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