Kit Kat candy thief lands in jail

A McMinnville man faces multiple charges, one carrying a long mandatory minimum prison term on conviction, for allegedly stealing Kit Kat candy bars from WinCo Foods, then threatening and assaulting store ...

Rockne Roll/News-Register##A Sheriff s deputy working at the scene where a woman was killed and a man injured Wednesday evening.

Suspect identified in death of woman, wounding of man

15-year-old charged with murder, attempted murder

MEDP targets 1,500 new jobs in 15 years

MEDP announces campaign to grow tech industry in wine country

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U.S. Representative Suzanne Bonamici answers questions from constituents during a town hall at McMinnville High School Friday.

Bonamici addresses supportive Mac crowd

U.S. Rep. Suzanne Bonamici spoke and answered a wide range of questions from a supportive crowd Friday night in McMinnville. More than 150 people filled one side of the McMinnville High School gym for ...

Musicians to play 'Carnival of the Animals'

Linfield College students and faculty will perform “The Carnival of the Animals: An Evening of Saint-Saens,” on Thursday, March 9. The free program is slated for 7 p.m. in the Richard and Lucille ...

Prof to discuss sponges

An associate professor of biology at Linfield College will discuss “Symbiosis in the Sea: Studying Relationships between Marine Sponges and Marine Microbes” on Wednesday, March 15. The free ...

Vacancies filled on planning commission

The McMinnville City Council appointed Erin Butler and Susan Dirks to the McMinnville Planning Commission at its Tuesday meeting. Butler will fill the at-large seat previously held by Charles Hillestad. ...

Visit McMinnville visits with commissioners

Jeff Knapp from Visit McMinnville on behalf of the organization’s wayfinding committee, visited with Yamhill County Commissioners in late February, with Jeb Bladine, News-Register publisher and committee ...

Marcus Larson / News-Register##Sgt. Todd Whitlow and Deputy Sean Sato of the Yamhill County Sheriff s Office greet Meredith Cherry and her horse, Apollo, as they stop by Henderson House in McMinnville.

The saga of the lone rider

Wherein a stranger comes to town, looking to end domestic violence

Tom Henderson / News-Register##Children play at the program offices, located in the First Baptist Church.

Somewhere to turn

Overwhelmed parents find respite through Safe Families program

Public Health to air documentary

Yamhill County Public Health is planning to air a seven-week documentary series called Unnatural Causes, which explores underlying social issues that may affect health. The installments will air at 5 ...

Starla Pointer / News-Register##Grandhaven librarian Kevin Emmert reads  The Boy Who Loved Words  to third-graders on Dr. Seuss  birthday Thursday.

Green eggs, ham and words

Students gave mixed reviews to the green eggs and ham served for breakfast in McMinnville and Lafayette elementary schools Thursday. But they were wild about the reason for the colorful repast — ...

Along the Street: Pot dealers wary of Trump talk

For more than a year, it has been legal in Oregon to sell marijuana products for both medicinal and recreational use. But the administration of President Donald Trump has pledged “greater enforcement” ...

City club to hear from author

Author Sheila Hamilton will speak Tuesday, March 14, at the McMinnville City Club's monthly luncheon. It will be held in the McMinnville Grand Ballroom, upstairs at 325 N.E. Third St. Hamilton, a radio ...

See Ya Later offers scholarships

The “See Ya Later” Foundation is offering Scott Banke Memorial Scholarships to members of the 2017 graduating class from across Yamhill County. The application deadline is April 10. The scholarships ...

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