Marcus Larson/News-RegisterOn a table filled with vintage family photos, Frank Maynard’s favorite is the high school graduation portrait of his wife, Mabel.

From moo to museum

Pioneer family farm became Evergreen

Marcus Larson/News-RegisterMarque and Cody Wright behind the serving bar of Purple Hands new tasting room in the Dundee Hills.

Wright again

Winemaker’s son makes his own way

People, pets can participate in run/walk

Dog-friendly event benefits Homeward Bound shelter

Preserving the summer season

With fall in the air, there's a certain sense of priority on stocking the larder

How to recognize, address senior gambling problems

Addicts can face devastating financial woes

A world without paper?

Thanks, but no thanks

Carlton Crush returns Saturday

Grape stomping, barrel rolling contests among highlights

Marcus Larson/News-RegisterFrosty Lay taught music in McMinnville elementary schools for more than 20 years. She retired in 2013.

Sweet harmony

A life full of music has been rewarding for Frosty Lay

Marcus Larson/News-RegisterThird Street Oil & Vinegar owner Cara Lagunas helps customers Alice and Don Moore during an open house held after the store had completed its first year in business.

Building a business around oil and vinegar

Education part of the role for downtown McMinnville shop

Marcus Larson/News-RegisterHead Coach Mark Irving gives instructions to his Mac JBO team between innings.

Slings, swings and filmings

Shouldering recent experiences

Molly Walker/News-RegisterChandler Coates, from left, Kyle Miller and Kat Galdamez pull weeds from the garden at Amity Baptist Church as part of George Fox University’s serve day held Wednesday.

GFU students spruce up Amity church

Seventeen show up to give Amity Baptist a deep cleaning

Cinderella will wait for another midnight

Gallery play delays opening one week

Irresponsible, inconsiderate and downright stupid

A list of pet peeves from a fellow dog owner

Squabble over pig sparked a war

It was the only casualty of lengthy conflict

This 1940 promotional brochure seeks to attract new businesses and residents by emphasizing  McMInnville’s many advantages from both an economic and livability standpoint.

Reflections of 1940

Mac way back: Walnut City always led the way

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