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Bridge-building scandal aroused fury of 1920s Portland

The public couldn’t help but wonder if there might have been more bids if the bidding process had been open for more than one day

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News through the viewfinder

William Walker had long photojournalism career

April's former scarcity inspires kitchen frugality

For those trying to live out of the backyard garden, it can still be a challenging time

Junior Matrons got the job done

McMinnville over the years had 10 chapters

Marcus Larson/News-RegisterY-C Soccer Club head coach Karen Wright and team coach Greg Wall lead the Pink-a-boos in an after-practice cheer. The team has spent two years and four seasons together.

Getting a kick out of coaching

Karen Wright shares passion for the game with young soccer players

Marcus Larson/News-RegisterWalter Scott Wines co-owners Erica Landon and Ken Pahlow stand at the entrance to their new winery facility in the Eola Hills.

Great Scott

Couple’s combined talents take winery forward

Ossie Bladine/News-RegisterThe Hill Dogs (left to right: Lucas Benoit, Kayla Stroik, Kody Mikkelson, Taylor Kingman and Ricky Rohr) hang out on Meridian Street in downtown Newberg.

Hill Dogs inspired by their roots

Newberg grads bring folk-rock sound to La Casa Verde on Saturday

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Finding his purpose

Despite permanent injuries, Don Murray finds turning point after life-threatening fall

Odd conclusions emerge from quest

Author explores how dogs can be longer-lived

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Saturday's La Casa Verde celebrates sustainability

In a day designated to celebrate everything green, visitors to McMinnville’s Granary District can participate in a chicken tractor race, fun run or walk, cold-frame construction workshop and community brewing workshop. They can listen to music, visit vendor booths and dine on pizza.

Are crows planning a takeover?

Opportunistic birds think, plan and reconsider

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Making the most of both her city location and the ambiance of her 1930s home, Joan Drabkin uses potted bulbs, flower beds and brick paths to charming effect.

Gardening in an old-fashioned fashion

Couple removes much of the lawn in favor of flowers and vegetables 

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Mystery still surrounds story of public execution

The crime was so long ago, it's hard to know exactly what happened, or why

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Two nights in Mac with You Me & Apollo

Colorado band on the verge of becoming indie rock’s answer to Sam Cooke

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Going for oak

Trappist Abbey painstakingly recreates natural savanna