Lecture to examine roots of terrorism

Linfield College to host talk

Council OKs Carlton water project

Line will serve Kutch Street businesses

Water & Light eyes fiber takeover

Executive sessions scheduled

Gun control debate scheduled

Panel will consider what Oregon should do about violence

Perse presses landfill issue

Mayor says public hearings will occur later this year

Youngman case back on appeal

Family trust continues battle long after inheriting land

Willamina, tribe renew education agreement

"Great partnership," tribal representative said

Camellia Festival on tap in Newberg

Celebrates the city's official flower

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Yamhill-Carlton students, from left, Madison Kilenstuber, Victoria Horlyk and Tiffeny Hutchens, plant pinot noir grapevines in the first high school vineyard in the country.

Vineyard hands-on for high schoolers

Yamhill-Carlton High School students plant pinot noir vines

Red Cross urges preparedness

Get ready for dealing with disaster

Jackson Family linked to major vineyard deal

Nation’s 10th largest winemaker buys Oregon acreage for La Crema

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Jim Ramos speaks about career paths to more than 600 high school juniors Tuesday.

First determine who you are, speaker urges

Annual job expo teaches kids how to SHAPE their career path

Several bands to perform Wednesday

All-district instrumental festival

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Judy McLeod, Cameron Ulloa, Willow Majewski and Raymond Reynaga roll a hoola hoop along a line of yardsticks to measure its circumference on Pi Day at St. James School.

Pi Day offers students chance to celebrate math

St. James School hosts kids from other towns

Linfield student struck on skateboard

Accident happens on campus

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