Linfield students exhibit scholarly work

Linfield College students displayed their projects, from paintings to performances to research in partnership with professors, Friday at the school’s annual symposium, “A Celebration of Scholarship ...

County commissioners to reconsider trail vote

Yamhill County Commissioners, at the request of Commissioner Rick Olson, will vote a second time May 31 on a proposed transportation system plan amendment regarding the Yamhelas Westsider Trail. The commissioners ...

Marcus Larson / News-Register##Saturday s 19th annual UFO parade.

Stranger things

Cheri Pang said something odd happens when someone is abducted by extraterrestrials and subjected to invasive medical examinations. It changes a person. Pang, a Portland psychic with a booth at this ...

Planners approve one zone change, deny a second

Yamhill County planners on Thursday approved one application for a zone change, to a parcel outside of Yamhill, and denied a second one, for a parcel on Walnut Hill. In the first application, Oak Ridge ...

McMinnville assault victim said to be improving

Traci Spurgeon, identified by her sister, Megan, as the McMinnville woman who was assaulted the morning of Saturday, May 12, has been moved from the intensive care unit at Oregon Health & Science University ...

Willamina graduation set Saturday

WILLAMINA — Anna Nolan will be honored as the valedictorian and Tanner Nonstop as salutatorian at the Willamina High School graduation set for 1 p.m. Saturday on the football field located on ...

Sheridan superintendent's contract extended

SHERIDAN — School board chairperson Judy Breeden told Sheridan Superintendent Steve Sugg the district has progressed under his leadership, praising Sugg for his “hard work” in improving ...

Judge rules Nelson verdict will stand

Dr. James Nelson’s “motion for judgment not withstanding verdict,” which sought to overturn a jury decision against him and his Advanced Smile Design dental practice, or seek a new trial, ...

Seat belt, child restraint usage encouraged

Law enforcement agencies throughout Yamhill County are focusing their attention on seat belt and child restraint usage through Sunday, May 27. Agencies will work overtime during a nationwide traffic enforcement ...

Willamina offers new on-line program for students

WILLAMINA — The Willamina High School online Options Program is no longer an option for students, Dean of Students Bart Baldwin told the school board at this month’s meeting. For students ...

Carlton turns down police station bond

CARLTON — In a 60.5 to 39.5 percent vote Tuesday night, residents rejected the $2.3 million bond measure that would have built a public safety building and made way for construction of a new city ...

Lafayette voters approve water intertie measure

LAFAYETTE -- Lafayette voters overwhelmingly approved construction of an intertie with McMinnville Water & Light to increase water supply for the future. The measure passed by 88 percent, according ...

Rockne Roll / News-Register file photo##Dennis Durham, left, with other finalists during a meet-and-greet in Carlton.

Carlton picks next city manager

CARLTON — The city council hired Dennis Durham Wednesday night to be its next city manager. Durham, who lives in Michigan, will move to Oregon to replace Chad Olsen, who is retiring June 1 after ...

Council gets report on local tourism

Numerous people are visiting McMinnville — in person and online. The tourism organization Visit McMinnville, in its annual report being presented to the city council Tuesday, May 22, cites a 20-percent ...

Council seats up for election in November

Although they were on the primary ballot, three McMinnville city councilors are up for re-election Nov. 6. The terms of councilors Remy Drabkin, Sal Peralta and Alan Ruden all expire in January. Councilors ...

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