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FFA to dish up corn and conversation

PERRYDALE — Students will be shucking corn and peeling apples in preparation for Perrydale’s annual FFA corn feed, slated for Friday, Oct. 7. The corn feed began 1985. Hundreds of community ...

Submitted graphic##Conceptual image for a new county works building prepared by local college students and will be considered by a professional architect while making blueprints.

Commissioners review public works plans

The Yamhill County commissioners spent part of Tuesday afternoon reviewing conceptual plans for a new county Public Works facility, including drawings and floor plans developed by intern Caleb Cox, working ...

Pursuit results in jail sentence

Leading police on a pursuit from Newberg to the southern end of Sherwood has netted a Newberg man 17 days in jail followed by 18 months on probation. Benjamin Wosniak agreed to plead guilty in Yamhill ...

Retired pilot to speak

Lt. Col. Tim Preach, a retired Air Force pilot now serving as an Evergreen Aviation Museum docent, will address the McMinnville Band of Brothers on Thursday, Oct. 6. The gathering is set for 11:30 a.m. ...

Carlton may need water from Mac

It looked like a reasonably good summer for the city of Carlton, which needs to keep a close eye on summer supplies, lest it run short. A wetter start and lack of prolonged hot spells helped limit usage. Then ...

Solar array approved

The Yamhill County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved Thursday a controversial 12-acre solar array. Earlier this summer, controversy erupted over a proposal for installation of two such arrays, ...

Along the Street: Housing market remains tight

The Yamhill County housing market continues to be tight at the lower, more affordable end of the price range. However, the inventory of high-end luxury homes is expanding. A search of the Regional Multiple ...

Christmas Choir rehearsals begin

The 2016 Community Christmas Cantata Choir will begin rehearsals at 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 3, in the Yamhill-Carlton High School cafeteria. For its 30th season, the choir will perform “A Merry ...

Kiwanis hosting set of candidate forums

The three major local media outlets — KLYC Radio, McMinnville Community Media and the News-Register — are teaming up to sponsor two October candidate forums featuring the opposing candidates ...

Sewer work slated

CARLTON — Workers plan to repair a sewer line on North Yamhill Street, just north of downtown, during the wee hours of Thursday, Oct. 6. Traffic will be detoured during the work, which is ...

Home-MADE from a whole new perspective

Some of McMinnville’s major manufacturers will participate in an expo next Friday designed to give the general public more insight into their operations and products.  Billed as McMinnville ...

Grand Ronde stands by Standing Rock

GRAND RONDE — At the urging of tribal member Monte Herron, the Grand Ronde Tribal Council pledged support for the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe in its opposition to the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline ...

Rockne Roll/News-Register##First graders at Columbus Elementary School crawl toward the door of the smoke-filled upstairs room of the McMinnville Fire Department’s fire safety house during an education program conducted at the school Tuesday. After a discussion of how to safely exit a burning structure, the room was flooded with vegetable oil smoke to provide a more realistic environment.

Get down, get out, stay out

If your fire alarm sounds, or you smell smoke in your house, you need to remember three basic rules, firefighter Tim Maloney told students at Columbus Elementary School Tuesday. “Get down, get out ...

Marcus Larson/News-Register##The former Cook Elementary School building will soon become the headquarters of the McMinnville School District.

Historic Cook School to house district office

Work will begin next week on the old Cook Elementary School, being renovated to serve as the McMinnville School District’s main office and provide class space for alternative education students. The ...

Carlton implements odd-even watering

CARLTON -- Residents and businesses can use outside water only every other day under Stage 1 water restrictions implemented Thursday. Public Works Director Bryan Burham said the restrictions are designed ...

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