Marcus Larson/News-RegisterCindi Hiatt-Henry has been named both Oregon and regional nutrition service director of the year. Her goal: To feed all the children.

Her mission is nutrition

Cindi Hiatt-Henry is passionate about feeding kids

Kitten season is here

Volunteers foster little ones until they're ready for adoption

Dancers face the music

Line dancing is fun, even if you're out of step

When to see a geriatrician

Specialists can coordinate care, prescriptions

Baker County LibraryPostmistress and Robinette Store owner Francis Carrithers with daughter, Diane, and their dog, Tojo, at the family store in the early 1950s.

Lost cities of Oregon

Thriving communities sank beneath lakes created by dams

A day in the life

Welcome to my world

Beyond the bon-bons

Even simple tasks are a challenge with two little ones in tow

Pair of summer music festivals announce lineups

Local, regional bands featured in both events

Short film festival welcomes submissions

Public screening of winning movies set for Oct. 11

Mmm, summer ... so, who's cooking?

Bountiful produce hasn't made making meals any easier

Submitted photoOregon Crusaders drumline members Josh Pancarte, Nick Heck, Jay Reddicks, Zach Garner and Conner Darling practice in May. They’ll be joined by brass musicians and other marchers for the Drums of Fire show Thursday in McMinnville and performances across the nation later this summer.

Drums of Fire to feature marching musicians

Event is Thursday in Mac High football stadium

News-Register file photoArm wrestlers Donovan Williams and Jaymes Bannorseall put some muscle into it during last year’s Old-Fashioned Fourth of July festival.

Willamina ready to light the sky

Old Fashioned Fourth fireworks the only game in town this year

How to safeguard your Medicare card

Consumer advocates have called for a new form of identification

Willamina Old Fashioned Fourth of July Celebration breako::1

If you goWhat: Willamina Old-Fashioned Fourth of JulyWhen: Thursday and Friday, July 3 and 4Where: Throughout the communityHow: Thursday, July 3: Community barbecue with music by Countryside Ride, Lamson ...

News-Register file photoFilm crews gather near gas flames used to simulate a forest fire during the making of “Fire,” a 1977 made-for-TV movie filmed in part at the Flying M Ranch near Yamhill.

Disaster strikes twice

1970s moviemakers wreaked havoc on Western Oregon

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