Appealing peelings for tea

Once I got the notion of adding spices and dried fruits to my concoctions, they gained more flavor


How Medicare handles diabetes services, supplies

A wide range of coverage is available

Classy Dayton woman helped make history

Perhaps her most renowned feat is having been one of the first two women to reach Mount Hood's summit

Marcus Larson/News-RegisterGinette (Emily Cutler) chats with love interest Pete (Andrew Floratos) while watching the northern lights in “Almost, Maine,” a play at Mac High.

Nine love stories

McMinnville High School presents 'Almost, Maine'

A century and a half after the wreck of the Captain Lincoln, another famous ship came to grief in almost the same spot: the wood-chip carrier New Carissa, in 1999.

For Army, Camp Castaway shipwreck miracle was an inconvenient one

Captain realizes he has two options, sink or race for the black and unknown shore

Riding high

Some wineries do relatively well with upper-end pricing

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Brady Goss will perform Friday, Feb. 22, at McMenamins Hotel Oregon.

A natural entertainer with 88 keys and 214 strings

Piano man Brady Goss has some fond memories of McMinnville

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Tracey Ward, in unassuming human form, tapes material for her new Sunday evening show, History and Mystery, on KLYC Radio.

Bewitching the airwaves

Queen of Halloween ramps up local radio

Carlson - 2/19/13

But not enough cats are being spayed or neuteredYou may have already marked your calendars, but if not, February is National Spay/Neuter Awareness Month. I feel I should mention it at least once every ...

A family's love affair with cherries, pits and all

On George Washington's birthday, the story about the country's first president chopping down a cherry tree as a lad will undoubtedly be told

Dog owners get the message

You may have already marked your calendars, but if not, February is National Spay/Neuter Awareness Month

A family's love affair with cherries, pits and all

On Feb. 22, George Washington’s birthday, the story undoubtedly will be retold about our first president, who, as a young lad, could not tell a lie and admitted that he cut down his father’s favorite cherry tree with his little hatchet

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Opened in the 1912-13 school year, the building that now houses the Lafayette Antique Mall remains one of the largest structures in Lafayette. Many customers tell staff they attended school there or have long considered the old school a landmark on Highway 99W.

An antique itself

The biggest antique at the Lafayette Schoolhouse Antique Mall is the building itself

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Alice Darnton and the other actresses sing about making corn cob dolls in Gallery Theater’s production of “Quilters,” which opens Friday.

'Quilters' a story of strength, friendship

Musical about the challenges and joys that faced pioneer women and their families, will open Friday, Feb. 22, at Gallery Theater.

Oregon State University ArchivesDowntown Portland in 1854, four years before the murder. This is the era in which Portland became known for the whitewashed stumps that dotted its streets.

Mystery still surrounds story of public execution

The crime was so long ago, it's hard to know exactly what happened, or why

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