A foreclosure auction for the Evergreen Space Museum and Wings & Waves Waterpark, originally scheduled for 10 a.m. Monday on the courthouse steps, has been postponed until 10 a.m. the Monday of Dec. ...



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Community Cantata Choir

Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2015

The Community Cantata Choir will present a free Christmas musical at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 2, at St. John Lutheran Church, 2142 N.E. McDonald Lane, McMinnville. A free will offering to benefit YCAP will be taken.

For more information, call 503-662-3926 or visit www.cantatachoir.org.


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Collins stepping down as presiding judge

In one sense, Presiding Judge John Collins predates the state’s 25th Judicial District, which includes the Yamhill County Circuit Court. Collins took the bench in 1992, when Yamhill County was sharing ...

Insurance coverage gains propelled by young, Hispanics

A new report by a Washington, D.C., think tank shows the share of uninsured adults dropped more than 40 percent during the two-year period concluding in September. The Urban Institute, established by President ...

Driver in Saturday's fatal crash arrested

WHITESON - The driver in Saturday's fatal crash near Whiteson has been arrested on charges of driving under the influence of intoxicants and criminal negligent homicide, according to the Yamhill County ...

Space museum foreclosure auction postponed

A foreclosure auction for the Evergreen Space Museum and Wings & Waves Waterpark, originally scheduled for 10 a.m. Monday on the courthouse steps, has been postponed until 10 a.m. the Monday of Dec. ...

Homeless vet dies, but leaves legacy

One of McMinnville’s more conspicuous homeless residents, 71-year-old Rick “Max” McMahon, died Nov. 20 of a combination of hypothermia, dehydration, pneumonia and a stroke. Judging ...

Kiwanis back selling cheese packs again

The McMinnville Kiwanis Club’s distinctive dark-blue “cheese wagon,” nearly as much a fixture at the corner of the U.S. Bank Plaza downtown as the iconic Ben Franklin bronze, will return ...

Fourth graders love to read, to learn

Boy, do fourth-graders love to read. Memorial Elementary student Jayksen Muckey reads at school, then goes home and reads for two more hours almost every day. “Two or five,” he amended, his ...

Starlight Parade cold but still popular

An icy wind gave Friday night's Starlight Parade a bit of arctic ambiance for Santa's visit, but that didn't stop the crowds from lining up four and five deep, starting a half-hour early. It did ...

Donations sent to grads in service

Members of a freshman seminar sent packages to some special soldiers this week. Students in Francesca Morrison's class wrapped gifts for three recent Mac High grads who are serving overseas — ...

Commissioners reject meeting time change

The Yamhill County Board of Commissioners has dismissed a plea to change its meetings to evening hours. However, it said it is open to another of the petitioners’ suggestions — holding town ...

For which we are thankful

Thanksgiving is a holiday that encourages us to focus on the really important things. Not about what we’re going to get, or show off; or about what we lack. It makes us think about the people we ...

Sheriff's office will increase holiday patrols

The Yamhill County Sheriff's Office will increase patrols today and throughout the weekend with an emphasis of impaired drivers. In addition to the regular flow of holiday traffic, the Civil ...

Mac man warms up in stolen car

A McMinnville man told Polk County sheriff’s deputies he stole a car in Salem and drove it to Rickreall because he was cold and wanted to warm up. Christopher Scott Woodward, 34, was arraigned last ...

Riverbend installs 44 new gas wells

Dave Wilson, a gas operations specialist at the Riverbend Landfill, said 44 new wells have been installed to collect methane gas generated by garbage decomposition, increasing the total amount of gas captured. ...

Carlton woman vying for Arctic slot

CARLTON — The thought of sledding across the tundra of northern Sweden and Norway makes Nadine Lew Basile shiver with delight. The Carlton-area resident is one of a handful of U.S. residents vying ...

Missing Newberg woman returns home safely

UPDATE: Monday, 9 p.m.: NEWBERG -- Ana Frigine-York, who had been missing since Friday, turned up Monday afternoon, Newberg-Dundee police said. She is safe and in good health, they said. Police ...

Icy roads on local horizon

Residents of McMinnville and vicinity can expect lows to dip into the low 30s and high 20s this week, raising the possibility of  black ice on the roads. Scattered rain is being forecast for Tuesday, ...

St. James students study science

Students examined the germ-killing properties of vinegar, tested the length of time it takes for fruit or bread to spoil, compared the way different materials conducted electricity and performed other ...

Bypass could receive priority status

But Newberg church is moving to build in bypass corridor

County moves veterans office

Yamhill County’s Veterans’ Services and Developmental Disability Services offices have moved from the original location at 627 N.E. Evans St. to 850 S.W. Booth Bend Road, near Lowe’s. The ...

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