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Saturday May 2nd, 9:30 – 11AM

LOOKING BEYOND GLUTEN FREE Is it enough? What’s next? Join Nancy Ludwig, RD: Discussing: was going gluten free a big improvement, but not the whole solution? Can other foods be the problem? Learn about eliminations diets, food allergies and sensitivities to find an approach that works for you. Fireplace Room, First Baptist Church, 125 SE Cowls Street. Contact Susan Chambers 503.435.9952.


Yamhill County Youth Opportunity Program Wine and Cheese Tasting

4-6pm Friday, May 1

YOOP - Yamhill County Youth Opportunity Program invites your to their Wine and Cheese Tasting. McMinnville Mercantile - Eola Hills Cellars Tasting Room. 448 Third Street, Purchases available - Profits and sale donations to YOOP. RSVP: 503-883-9768


Top Stories

Lafayette man arrested on burglary, theft charges

LAFAYETTE - A Lafayette resident has been arrested on charges alleging he was responsible for a series of thefts within the city, primarily from vehicles. Edgardo Sanchez Rodriguez, 19, was charged with ...

Offbeat Oregon: Stranded French sailors miraculously saved

Back in the 1800s, when a sailing barque struck bottom while crossing the Columbia River bar, its chances of survival were very close to zero. Sometimes a frantic throwing-overboard of everything in sight ...

Skin care now just a keystroke away

Dermatology care is more accessible these days in Yamhill County, thanks to what started as a sort of medical Eagle Scout project. Dr. Jim Rickards, a McMinnville radiologist, serves on the Oregon Health ...

Stopping By: War Correspondence

Through letters home, woman gets to know the soldier in her father.

Horse shot and killed in rural Yamhill County

A dead horse that had been shot was found Wednesday by Yamhill County Sheriff's Office woods patrol deputies near the southwest end of Bald Mountain near Gilbert Creek Road. The rural ...

Oregon U.S. Attorney Amanda Marshall resigns

PORTLAND - U.S. Attorney Amanda Marshall of McMinnville has resigned six weeks after temporarily stepping away from her duties for health reasons. Gerri Badden, spokeswoman for the U.S. Attorney's Office, ...

Sheridan man arrested in stabbing incident

SHERIDAN - A Sheridan man was arrested Friday morning on charges alleging he stabbed a male acquaintance. The Yamhill County Sheriff's Office identified the suspect as Danial Alan Neal, 34. He was charged ...

Roseburg district turns to New Mexico educator; Y-C's Cline was a finalist

UPDATE / Friday, 7:45 p.m.: ROSEBURG - The Roseburg School Board on Friday selected Gerry Washburn, superintendent of the Los Aalmos Public Schools in Los Almos, New Mexico, as its next superintendent, ...

Vintage Aircraft close to cutting deal with creditors

Evergreen Vintage Aircraft and its dominant creditor, Umpqua Bank, have informed the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Portland that they are nearing a mutually agreeable settlement. The company put up 15 historic ...

Mentors help new teachers settle in

When Amy Fast joined the McMinnville School District in 2001, she was one of three brand-new fifth-grade teachers at Columbus Elementary School. When she and her fellow newbies had questions, they turned ...

Kimura named outstanding young educator

Reid Kimura, a second-grade teacher at Columbus Elementary School, has been named McMinnville’s “Outstanding Young Educator.” He will be honored May 4 at the Distinguished Service Awards, ...

Fireworks display coming to Mac July 4

After an absence of several years, Fourth of July fireworks are back with a bang in McMinnville. The McMinnville Area Chamber of Commerce is partnering with the Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum to ...

Board adopts findings for landfill expansion

The Yamhill County commissioners formally adopted Thursday a set of findings supporting its 2-1 approval of Riverbend Landfill’s expansion for continued use. As before, Commissioners Stan Primozich ...

Students get into career spirit

Columbus Elementary School students are thinking about the future this week — the near future, when they’ll knuckle down to take state assessments, and a decade or two later, when they will ...

Along the Street: Prom dress exchange scheduled Saturday

Dayton’s FFA chapter and McMinnville’s Accessory Appeal shop are hosting a Prom Dress Exchange from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, April 26, to provide high school girls with free or discount formal ...

Services set for McMinnville attorney

McMinnville attorney Rachel Negra, who made her home in Newberg, died of undetermined causes Friday, April 17, at the age of 37. Negra was attending the Oregon Criminal Defense Lawyers Association’s ...

Tickets available for Distinguished Service Awards

Tickets are still available for McMinnville’s 60th Distinguished Service Awards banquet, slated for 6 to 9 p.m. Monday, May 4, in the McMinnville Grand Ballroom. They run $35 in advance or $40 at ...

Riteway Meat facing three formal beefs

Yamhill County District Attorney Brad Berry is still considering the possibility of bringing criminal charges against Jeff and Sharon Payne, owners of Dundee’s now-defunct Riteway Meat Co., over ...

Housing meeting draws full house

As the McMinnville City Council attempts to tackle homelessness as one of its goals for 2015, it invited a panel of guests to address the issues and affordable housing Wednesday. About 50 people were present ...

Limits up on paper, but not in practice

The state Department of Environmental Quality is proposing to issue Riverbend Landfill a new air quality permit allowing it to emit 303,300 tons of greenhouse gases per year, up from 107,000 under its ...

Latest Sports

Walking off in style

Ray, Pirates slam the door on Banks

Yamhill-Carlton’s unlucky sevens

Late-inning collapse, defensive woes plague Y-C against Cascade

2015 Girls Basketball Athlete of the Year

Gibb lifted Lady Pioneers to new heights in Class 2A

Panthers display strength in numbers

McMinnville girls club rugby team among best in state

Blazers stave off elimination with 99-92 win over Memphis

PORTLAND — After the final buzzer of their Game 4 victory over the Memphis Grizzlies on Monday night, the Portland Trail Blazers all gathered in a huddle at midcourt and raised their clasped hands skyward.

Grizzlies hold off Blazers rally to win 115-109, go up 3-0

PORTLAND — Stung by the loss of point guard Mike Conley, the Grizzlies gritted out their latest victory over the Trail Blazers.

Blazers G Damian Lillard says adversity part of the game

PORTLAND — Last season Damian Lillard became part of the highlight reel for the playoffs with a buzzer-beating 3-pointer that catapulted the Trail Blazers out of the opening round for the first time in 14 years. It's far different this season, as Lillard struggles to find his shot against the Memphis Grizzlies.

Manfred: Rose will be allowed to be part of All-Star Game

By RONALD BLUM Of the AP Baseball Writer NEW YORK — Commissioner Rob Manfred says Pete Rose will be allowed to participate in activities surrounding this summer's All-Star Game in his hometown of ...

Grizzlies take 2-0 series lead, beating Trail Blazers 97-82

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Known for pounding opponents inside with Marc Gasol and Zach Randolph, the Memphis Grizzlies are showing they can be just as effective outside the paint. Hey, they can even shoot 3-pointers.

Mariota gets another honor: Subway food statue

Marcus Mariota already is part of the lore of a famous statue, having won the 2014 Heisman Trophy. Now he has something that might not be so prestigious, but is edible.

Nike unveils white and black home uniforms for US women

BEAVERTON — Nike has unveiled black and white home uniforms for the U.S. Women's World Cup team. Wait, what? There's no prevalent red, white and blue in the home kits — save for a small blue patch surrounding 13 white stars on the inside back neckline. The jerseys are white with boxy black numbers and letters, to go with neon yellow socks that give way to electric blue cleats.

2015 Wrestling Athlete of the Year

Mind over matter for Sheridan’s Acuff

Postseason Trajectory

Despite falling in its regular-season finale, Linfield women’s  tennis secures place in NWC tournament

Growing Up Fast

Big plays mitigate youthful mistakes as Bulldogs walk off against Spartans

Grizzlies come up short against Bulldogs

Reeser hits inside-the-park home run

Grizzlies never trail, rout Trail Blazers 100-86 in Game 1

MEMPHIS — Beno Udrih is doing his best to make sure the Memphis Grizzlies can ease Mike Conley and Tony Allen back into the lineup from their injuries.

Holding serve

Grizzlies lose first GVC match of season, but strong performance at Bend tournament inspires confidence

Ashley, Dayton keep Bulldogs at bay

DAYTON – After some early struggles at the dish, the Dayton Pirates were rolling offensively in Tuesday’s contest against Willamina. Thanks to the efforts of ace pitcher Jarred Ashley, the ...

Grizz complete sweep of Forest Grove

McShane, Hall, Butler excel at Great White Invite

Bullpen goes the distance for ‘Cats

Bannerot finishes 2nd in heptathlon at NWC Championships

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