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Lives on the line

Researcher's medical books used nationally

Heaven help us

The Hardy boys go to church

Learning to bake without grains

Experimenting with homemade nut meals in place of flour

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Art Harvest continues this weekend

Studio tour features three dozen artists

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Mr. McMinnville can't tear himself away

‘We all owe back to our community,’ says longtime former mayor Ed Gormley

Treasure hunting in clothes closets

Keep everything — those styles will come back in fashion

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Generic drugs offer big savings

Only difference is the name, shape, color — and price

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Bids boom

35th annual Kiwanis auction sets new record

Short Film Festival entries double this year

Screenings, round-table discussions planned Oct. 11

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Zinfully good

California grape goes ape in Oregon

A dog-eat-sock world

This week’s topic column topic fell into my lap. I opened up my Sept. 5 Oregonian to the Living section and found an article by Tom Hallman Jr., “Dog’s Tale All About Socks,” and ...

The original smart phone

The black box on the wall provided many advantages

Marcus Larson/News-RegisterJewelry artist Maggie Bowman solders earring loops in her McMinnville studio. She’ll welcome visitors to the space during the Art Harvest tour starting Oct. 3.

Creativity with silver and stones

Jewelry maker prepares for her first Art Harvest

Ralph Kraft

Artists open studios for annual tour

Event celebrates its 22nd year

Marcus Larson/News-RegisterBegonias helped Dorothy Detch discover her green thumb. She one won the top prize this year in the houseplant division at the Oregon State Fair.

Bewitching begonia

Neighborly gift turns into blue ribbon hobby

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