At age 12, Mia Audova left everything familiar — her home in Lafayette, her classroom at Patton Middle School, her family — in order to pursue her dream of becoming a prima ballerina. Only ...


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WWII Journals & Letters, "Waiting For Peace" Book Talk With Karen Huntsberger

Monday, July 6th

We are hosting Karen Huntsberger on July 6th at 11:00am for July's Life Long Learning Series at Vineyard Heights Assisted Living & Retirement Cottages. Karen is going to talk about her new book "Waiting for Peace" which centers around the journals and letters written by her father during WWII.

There will be several copies of Karen's book, "Waiting for Peace" to raffle off to guests.

The event will be held in our Parlor.

For more information about Karen's book please visit: http://waitingforpeace.com/.

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Centers Insurance Community Appreciation Event

Saturday, July 11th

Race on in for a Community Appreciation Event! Saturday, July 11th from 10am to 5pm. Enter to win a Grand Prize by getting an insurance quote!

Located at Centers Insurance, 1133 South Baker St., McMinnville.

Sponsered by Centers Insurance and Great Harvest Bread.

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Carlton-Yamhill Lions Club Pancake Breakfast

Saturday, July 18th

Join us for a pancake breakfast, prior to the Derby Days Parade! Located at the YC High School cafeteria on Saturday, July 18th, at 6:30am. All are welcome.

Enjoy a free pancake breakfast for anyone turning in recyclable eye glasses.

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Top Stories

Senate votes down hemp bill as Legislature nears adjournment

By JONATHAN J. COOPER and SHEILA V KUMAR Of the Associated Press SALEM — Oregon senators on Monday voted down a bill putting a two-year hold on the development of a hemp industry, a measure that ...

Stayton woman killed in Hopewell crash

HOPEWELL - A Stayton woman was killed Thursday afternoon in a two-vehicle crash in the Hopewell area on Lafayette Highway. The Oregon State Police gave this account: About 1:15 p.m., law enforcement ...

Senate passes community college tuition waiver bill

SALEM — Some Oregon students could qualify for tuition waivers at community colleges under a measure given overwhelming bipartisan support by senators. Advocates on Thursday touted a program known ...

Commissioners condemn background checks bill

Yamhill County commissioners unanimously passed a resolution Thursday calling for the county to ignore Senate Bill 941, which extends criminal background checks to private gun transfers. Commissioner ...

Sheriff's deputy shoots, kills Dayton man

[UPDATED: Friday, July 3, with version as it appears in today's newspaper.]  Convicted felon Kevin Lamont Judson, 24, of Dayton, was shot and killed about 7:30 a.m. Wednesday by Yamhill County Sheriff’s ...

Precision instructor, student killed in rural Newberg helicopter crash

NEWBERG - Two people were killed shortly after 10 p.m. Wednesday when a helicopter crashed in the area of North Valley and Dopp roads, in rural Newberg. The 2004 Schweizer 300 c helicopter crashed in ...

County rodeo once again has royalty

“I remember sitting in the stands, getting dirt thrown up at me from the rodeo queens’ horses,” Ariana Piscitelli said of past rodeos at the Yamhill County Fair. “I have ...

Doctors change waiting room vibe for teens

Picture a room full of teenagers eating pizza, playing video games and listening to loud music. Sooner or later, they’re going to start dropping their pants. But don’t be shocked. Dr. ...

Eagle Scout project aids Food Pantry

Jason King characterized the waiting area at McMinnville’s St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry as a “total train wreck.” It became an Eagle Scout beautification project for him, and what ...

Amity police will crack down on illegal fireworks

AMITY - Because of the extreme fire danger, Amity police officer James Clark told the city council Wednesday night that the department “will not tolerate” illegal fireworks before, on or after ...

Juliette's House wins re-accreditation

The Juliette’s House Child Abuse Intervention Center, located in McMinnville, has been reaccredited by the National Children’s Alliance. “What that means is that people can be reassured ...

Injured deputy released from hospital

Yamhill County sheriff’s deputy David Mills has been released from Salem Hospital following treatment for injuries suffered in a head-on Sunday morning crash a few miles southwest of McMinnville ...

Crime spree sends Newberg man to prison

Charles Chaffee IV gave no explanation to Circuit Court Judge William Horner for the late March crime spree he embarked upon in Newberg, in which he set vehicles on fire, broke into businesses and stole ...

Museum exemption added to tax credit bill

Language to exempt the Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum from property taxes has resurfaced in Salem.  Brainchild of former legislator and gubernatorial candidate Kevin Mannix, who has been providing ...

Oregon House backs Oct. 1 start for marijuana sales

SALEM — The fate of an Oregon bill allowing retail marijuana sales to begin Oct. 1 lies with Gov. Kate Brown. The House signed off in a 40-19 vote on Thursday, sending the bill to the Democratic ...

Police: 4 boys to be charged in Civic Stadium fire

EUGENE — Four young boys will be charged in the fire that destroyed this city's historic Civic Stadium earlier this week, police said late Wednesday. Police arson investigators got a tip ...

I-5 closed hours after fatal shooting in police pursuit

GRANTS PASS - Authorities say Oregon State Police shot and killed a man who was wanted in the slaying of his girlfriend in Northern California. Police in Yreka, California, said they got a report ...

Astoria Column closed for repairs through summer

ASTORIA — The Astoria Column will not open by the Fourth of July after all. The city had hoped the popular landmark, which was closed in June for a $1 million restoration project, would ...

Journey drummer jailed on rape charge

The drummer for the classic-rock band Journey sat in jail Tuesday after being indicted on a rape charge two weeks after his domestic violence arrest. Deen Castronovo, 50, faces new charges of ...

Fun days for the kids in Carlton

CARLTON — Children squealed with glee as they rushed to pick up candy on the sidewalks of Carlton. It was thrown from floats, trucks and hot rods by some of their elders. The Newberg Old Fashioned ...

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