Gun control opponents seek petition signatures

Yamhill County gun activists have submitted an initiative to the county clerk to “reaffirm constitutional right to bear arms, protect ancillary firearms rights and prohibit enforcement of unconstitutional ...

State Bar suspends attorney, pending disciplinary hearings

The Oregon State Bar has suspended an attorney who practiced in Yamhill and Clackamas counties from practicing law, pending a disciplinary hearing that Oregon State Bar spokeswoman Kateri Walsh said will ...

Water & Light giving away LED bulbs

McMinnville Water & Light is mailing boxes to all of its customers, each containing four LED light bulbs. The program will continue through June. The utility hopes customers will be inspired to sign ...

Council OKs cellphone tower agreement

The McMinnvillce City Council approved an agreement May 22 to allow executives from Verizon Wireless LLC to lease space on the city’s emergency communications tower and on ground space adjacent to ...

Consultant recommends conference center

Visit McMinnville presents consultant’s findings to city

Legion to raise funds for assault victim

The American Legion Vets Club will host a fundraising barbecue and auction Saturday, June 2, with proceeds going to help a woman who was assaulted nearby in mid-May. Traci Spurgeon remains hospitalized ...

Memorial Day events planned

Several Memorial Day events are planned in Yamhill County in honor of veterans and those who’ve been lost in service to their country. A display of 5,099 flags at McMinnville Christian Academy on ...

Millegan suing former counsel

Local businessman J.W. Millegan, already embroiled in a lawsuit with the Falls Event Center, is suing the legal firm that represented him in a Financial Industry Regulatory Agency case in 2016. He is seeking ...

Linfield alum to address 640 grads

More than 640 students will receive diplomas Sunday, May 27, in Linfield College’s annual commencement ceremony. It is slated to start at 10 a.m. in the Oak Grove. The graduating class also will ...

Action figures will help kids

American Legion Post 21 is collecting action figures for police officers to give to children in crisis situations. Member Rich Pimm said the group is looking for new or gently used 10- to 12-inch figures ...

Sheridan may give amendment another try

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan City Council made it clear Monday night that it won’t let the May 15 charter amendment defeat deter it from returning it to the ballot in November. The purpose of the ...

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The brand new pickleball courts in use by Mac Pickleball Club.

Tennis court improvements expand pickleball opportunities

Pickleball players thrilled with new courts; tennis areas resurfaced, too

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Matt Zeller, with Pioneer Water Proofing, tests different chemicals to determine which one will work best for the upcoming brick restoration on the old Taylor Hardware building.

Along the Street: Getting ready

If you’re wondering about all the construction work going on at the historic Taylor Hardware building, at the corner of Third and Ford Streets, across from the News-Register, so are we. Crews from ...

School to honor Oregonians killed in service

McMinnville Christian Academy students will set out 5,099 flags today, May 25, in honor of Oregonians who’ve given their lives in service of their country since World War I. Teacher Tara Hessel ...

Riverside Terrace fundraising for improvements

SHERIDAN — Residents of Riverside Terrace, where 32 low-income and disabled senior citizens reside on Southeast Riverside Drive, are fundraising for improvements to the facility. They want to add ...

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