Along the Street: Solid Form Fabrication expands footprint

Solid Form Fabrication was launched about a decade ago out of a garage in Willamina, and has since grown into two progressively larger buildings; first on Booth Bend Road, and then in a shop in McMinnville’s ...

Rockne Roll/News-Register##Dillin Cepeda of Cellar Ridge Construction works to demolish an old breezeway at the former Huberd Shoe Grease Building in McMinnville Wednesday, May 30.

Along the Street: New life for Huberd Shoe Grease building

In recent years, Cellar Ridge Construction has left it’s stamp on the Gateway District, transforming older, sometimes abandoned buildings into popular hangouts where beer and wine is made, locals ...

Along the Street: Schue wins with brew

Golden Valley Brewery’s Beaverton Blonde has claimed another medal for local brewmaster Jesse Schue. Awards were given in more than 100 beer-style categories this month at the prestigious World ...

Along the Street: TED talk looking for speakers

TEDxMcMinnville is now accepting applications from speakers who believe they have an “idea worth spreading” for the event local organizers plan to hold at Linfield College in January 2019. TEDx ...

Rockne Roll/News-Register##From left, Liz Sherbaugh of Amity Soap Company and Stacy Martin share a laugh over soap at La Bella Casa during McMinnville s 3rd on 3rd art and wine walk event.

Along the Street: Art and wine walk reboot gets ‘great feedback’

The McMinnville Art & Wine Walk’s debut “3rd on 3rd” event, which moved the monthly event from a Saturday to Friday, was a “quite manageable” success, according to organizer ...

Along the Street: Chamber offers legislative update

Now that Gov. Kate Brown has signed SB 1528, which will deprive some Oregon small businesses of more than $1 billion over the next six years, there should be plenty to discuss at the McMinnville Area Chamber ...

Along the Street: Hip, hip hooray for joint replacement program

Willamette Valley Medical Center’s hip and knee replacement program has won the Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval, making it the first hospital in Oregon to receive the advanced certification. “This ...

Along the Street: TED Talk comes to Mac

McMinnville will have its own TED Talk in 2019 — sort of. TEDx, the localized offspring of the famous TED Talk conferences that give A-list speakers like Bill Clinton, Jane Goodall and Bono 18 minutes ...

Along the Street: Fate of federal tax break for Oregon businesses uncertain

The 2017 federal tax reform bill was signed months ago, but business owners in Yamhill County and across the state are waiting on Gov. Kate Brown to see it all will play out Oregon. Oregon historically ...

Marcus Larson / News-Register##Using a techhandler, construction workers lift new furniture up to the second floor of the Atticus Hotel. The boutique hotel is scheduled to open April 1, along with BYH Burgers on the ground floor, which is hosting a burger party and job fair Sunday.

Along the Street: A month from opening, Atticus hosts job fair

Registration for Lemonade Day, scheduled for May 5, is now open at the McMinnville Area Chamber of Commerce’s website, and forms are also available at its office, 417 N.W. Adams Street.  It’s ...

Along the Street: Turkey Rama, with all the trimmings

Since the McMinnville Area Chamber of Commerce decided in December to take over aspects of Turkey Rama from the McMinnville Downtown Association, there has been speculation and questions about what exactly ...

Along the Street: Cannabis group rally

Cannabis trade groups in Oregon will join with their Washington and California counterparts to “protect West Coast cannabis interests” in the wake of the Trump administration’s recent ...

Along the Street: BYH Burgers to replace Third n Tasty

Portland chef John Gorham’s restaurant management company, Toro Bravo Inc., has decided to switch formats for the restaurant it will be operating on the ground floor of the Atticus Hotel, due to ...

Along the Street: Applications due for internship program

The McMinnville Economic Development Partnership will begin accepting applications Monday for this year’s WORKS Internship Program, currently in its sixth year. Seventeen companies and organizations ...

Along the Street : New tobacco enforcement begins

Oregon will soon begin enforcing a new law raising the required minimum age to legally buy or obtain tobacco products from 18 to 21. SB 754, known as Tobacco 21, has been in effect since Gov. Kate Brown ...

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