Linfield President Miles Davis

President asks Linfield community to work together, increase enrollment

In his first state of the college address, President Miles Davis asked members of the Linfield community to work together to increase enrollment, make college enticing to new students and introduce other ...

FCI inmates help enhance Willamina school grounds

WILLAMINA — Federal Correctional Institution/Sheridan inmates have made such a positive impact on the Willamina School District grounds that Superintendent Carrie Zimbrick has requested an FCI work ...

Ray Fields dies

Longtime active community resident and philanthropist Ray Fields died Tuesday, Sept. 11, in his home. He was 80. A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 3, in the Oregon Buddhist Temple, ...

Willamina council completes city manager review

WILLAMINA — The Willamina City Council expected great results from City Manager Kenna West when she was hired in August 2017, Mayor Ila Skyberg said at Tuesday night’s meeting. She has exceeded ...

Boyfriend's alleged treatment of girlfriend results in arrest

CARLTON — Dale Dalton Wilson’s girlfriend alleged he first let the air out of one of her car’s tires. Then he slashed and deflated another tire with a folding knife, she told Carlton ...

Marcus Larson / News-Register##McMinnville Gas has moved into its new quarters built at the same location on Highway 99W.

Along the Street: Mac Gas has new quarters

John Buller and his crew at McMinnville Gas finally have room to breathe. The family-owned business, one of the city’s oldest, is now operating in a sleek new home at 1384 N.E. Highway 99W. The ...

Humlies' AGT journey ends, music continues

McMinnville’s We Three, the Humlie siblings’ band, will continue making music, although its appearance on “America’s Got Talent” ended Wednesday night. The group almost made ...

Planning commission upholds brewery permit, denies event center

The Yamhill County Planning Commission on Thursday upheld a permit for a Newberg brewery to hold agri-tourism events, with a food cart, 18 times per year. It denied a request by a Newberg couple for a ...

Pedestrian improvements made along Second Street

Crews continue reconstructing Second Street on the east side of downtown this week, closing Second Street between the tracks and Ford Street until excavation is complete, and base rock is placed. The ...

City council races set

Peralta draws two opponents; Ruden faces familiar foe

Church on the Hill expanding its campus

The Nazarene Church on the Hill is expanding its grounds by five and a half acres with the $1 million acquisition of Chemeketa Community College’s original McMinnville campus. Church officials have ...

West Valley mayors will be unopposed in November

Sheridan Mayor Harry Cooley and his Willamina counterpart, Ila Skyberg, will run unopposed for re-election in the November general election. The terms of Sheridan  councilors Val Adamson, Michael ...

Linfield first in diversity

Linfield College has a more ethnically diverse mix of students than any other liberal arts school in the Pacific Northwest, according to U.S. News and World Report’s annual college rankings. The ...

Juliette's House looking for blankets

Juliette’s House, the Yamhill County child abuse assessment center, gives a blanket and stuffed animal to each of its young clients. The nonprofit organization is running short on blankets, though, ...

Constitution Day event planned

Linfield College will mark Constitution Day, the anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Constitution, with a “Conversation about Civility, Diversity and Inclusion.” The free program will start ...

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