Commissioners to consider nurse internships Thursday

Yamhill County Commissioners on Thursday are expected to approve the renewal of a longstanding agreement between county Public Health and George Fox University, to place student nurses with Public Health ...

Brent Cordie

Carlton resident allegedly burglarizes Trappist Abbey

A Carlton transient was arrested Tuesday in connection with a burglary and theft at Our Lady of Guadalupe Trappist Abbey, 9000 block of N.E. Abbey Road, north of Lafayette. Brent Adam Cordie, 25, was ...

Work begins on new apartments, although grumblings persist

Neighbors still concerned about increased traffic on Cumulus Avenue

Yamhill Carlton School District sues utility

YAMHILL — Yamhill Carlton School District has filed a lawsuit against Portland General Electric, seeking $175,000. The school district alleges in the complaint, filed on Aug. 24 in Yamhill Circuit ...

Publisher appeals records request denial

McMinnville Police Department last week rejected requests to identify the woman who suffered gunshot wounds during an Aug. 24 shooting incident in downtown McMinnville. Friday, News-Register Publisher ...

File photo##The Sheridan Days grand parade will be among events cancelled  as the festival comes to an end.

The days of Sheridan Days come to an end

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Days Committee has faced challenging issues in recent years. A shrinking volunteer base has been an obstacle difficult to overcome. “We’ve always been able to ...

Rusty Rae / News-Register##Inge Momberg prepares to greet students as the school year open. She teaches special education at Grandhaven Elementary.

Building bonds New teacher starts school

Although classes didn’t start until today, new teacher Inge Momberg was already getting to know her students and their parents last week. “I like to have a connection with their families,” ...

Downtown shooter is a security officer; faces multiple charges

Security guard claims he fired rounds in fear of being assaulted

Marcus Larson / News-Register##Quinn Benjamin cuddles her pet rabbit, Stitch. She bottle-raised him.

No animal left behind

Amity youngster finds homes for pets

Council paves the way for new bridge

The McMinnville City Council Aug. 28 granted the Oregon Department of Transportation permission to build a temporary bridge across the South Yamhill River along Three Mile Lane while a new bridge ...

Council approves temporary camping program

Critics take aim at section prohibiting public camping

Along the Street: Chehalem Dance Academy offers new Mac classes

The U.S. Department of Agriculture predicts an excellent hazelnut harvest this fall and Oregon growers agree. The Capital Press, the state’s agricultural weekly newspaper, reports the latest production ...

School district will focus on equity

“Respect” was the on minds of McMinnville School District 40 employees gathering for their welcome back event Wednesday. The annual event precedes the start of classes, which this year will ...

County approves bus branding, service changes planned

Three regular riders of Yamhill County’s public transit buses spent time Thursday telling Yamhill County commissioners they remain frustrated with the bus services the county is offering — ...

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Workers begin pumping nearly 100,000 gallons of water into the competition pool at the McMinnville Aquatic Center, which is closed until Sept.9 for annual cleaning, maintenance and staff training.

Pool work in progress



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