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if you goWhat: Giraffe Animal Encounters, Fridays and Saturdays, noon to 1:30 p.m.Where: Oregon Zoo, PortlandCost: Registration required. $120 per person, including zoo admission and photosContact: Call ...

Oregon ZooRiley, a male reticulated giraffe, came to the Oregon Zoo for a two-year stay, He’ll soon return to the Salt Lake City’s Hogle Zoo, which has undergone renovation.

Hello, up there

Meeting a new friend at the Oregon Zoo

Annual air show slated Saturday

Remote controlled aircraft demonstrations start at 2

Willamette Shakespeare to perform

Stoller to host 'Twelfth Night'

Marcus Larson/News-RegisterAn organ that once graced the Newberg Friends Church stands in the entrance parlor of Barry Hubbell’s historic family home, restored with help from his sister and an interior designer.

Family home is a keeper

Tour of historic houses slated Aug. 9

Nastacia Voisin/News-RegisterOsage tribal member Terry Filer displays her Native American dolls and other creations at Passion Vine in McMinnville.

Expressing her Osage heritage through art

'My culture is a piece of me,' says Terry Filer

Enjoying the overabundance of summer

Ideas for your zucchini surplus and green bean bananza

Children's book set in fictional Yamhill

Author based character on his grandmother

Marcus Larson/News-RegisterSharon Morgan prepares for her next role at Gallery — several roles, actually. She will play various women in “Love, Loss and What I Wore,” a readers’ theater production Friday through Sunday.

Playing an important role

Sharon Morgan is an ardent advocate for the arts

Fair features 'Music, Magic, Memories'

Plenty to see and do at the fairgrounds this week

Test your knowledge of local history

How much do you know about Yamhill County?

Marcus Larson/News-RegisterWith help from Karen Caliendo, Bill Walker practices standing in the center of Ability Physical Therapy’s pool. Working out in water helps him safely build up his muscles and balance, Caliendo said.

99 reasons to walk again

Local man sets sights on stepping out of his wheelchair

Shakespeare outdoor show set Aug. 1-3

Stoller hosts 'Twelfth Night' performances

Submitted photoYamhill County Fair & Rodeo ambassadors, from left, Kayla Davis, Joanna Kubes and Tia Piscitelii have been promoting the big event, which opens Wednesday. They will be showing animals, as well as greeting fairgoers, during the four-day run.

Ambassadors welcome community to fair

Festivities start Wednesday at fairgrounds in McMinnville

Look for a car with senior-friendly features

Many new vehicles able to accommodate physical challenges

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