McMinnville High School students celebrate their homecoming week Thursday with a parade from the school to downtown. A pep rally in Wortman Stadium followed, and the Grizzlies played the West Albany football ...



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5th Annual International Video Store Day

October 17th, 2015

The Reel Hollywood Video, McMinnville's 30 year home of the NW largest gumball machine, is hosting the 5th annual International Video Store Day! Welcome one and all to attend and experience the awesome festivities!

The community can enjoy FREE popcorn all day, and discounts on movie rentals and sale titles. Also, hosting a rummage sale in the parking lot featuring local goods and artists work. And everybody can paint a pumpkin for the Pumpkin Painting Contest, all the pumpkins will be displayed at The Reel Hollywood Video all month long!

The event is from 10am to 10pm (Rummage Sale & Pumpkin Painting Contest During Daylight Hours). Located at The Reel Hollywood Video 105 NW 9th St (On the Corner of 9th and Adams/HWY 99W). For more information, please visit


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