Letters to the Editor: Sept. 14, 2018

Epic memories from the pool Great article on the history of McMinnville aquatic facilities. I have a fuzzy recollection of the pre-1956 pool in the park. Memories of adventures at the two post-1956 pools ...

Letters to the Editor: Sept. 7, 2018

Celebrating car culture Why is it that some people find car shows inappropriate in downtown McMinnville and undeserving of community support? Car culture thrives in Yamhill County, as it does throughout ...

Letters to the Editor: Aug. 31, 2018

Pleased to serve On Saturday, July 28, more than 220 people participated in the Nazarene Church on the Hill’s annual Serve Mac day. In addition to 180 folks from the church, there were 40 to 50 ...

Letters to the Editor: Aug. 24, 2018

Hoping to save the trees We all know that change in our lives must be embraced, especially when change is happening in the name of progress and will benefit many people. I have to remind myself of this ...

Letters to the Editor: Aug. 17, 2018

Letters from Ramsey McPhillips, Robert Griffin, Paul McAfee, Mandy Gawf and Melvin Nysser

Letters to the Editor: Aug. 10, 2018

Letters from Lynn Crowell, Brittany Ruiz, Naomie Klinger, Rachael Estrada, Liz Marlia-Stein, Margaret Cross and Fred Brown.

Letters to the Editor: Aug. 3, 2018

Frustrated with can jam I like to think of McMinnville as a city with a pulse on the needs of its citizens. But lately, I’ve found an area where our fair city has fallen short. McMinnville leaders ...

Letters to the Editor: July 27, 2018

Keep great asset going As stated in last week’s lead editorial, the problem is with the landlord, not the museum. And it is still open, though some people believed otherwise. I have been a volunteer ...

Letters to the Editor: July 20, 2018

Rename, rebrand I am motivated once again to comment on Turkey Rama, this time inspired by the editorial in the July 13 edition titled, “Community response to script Turkey Rama’s next chapter.” ...

Letters to the Editor: July 13, 2018

Work toward a solution U.S. Rep. Suzanne Bonamici’s July 2 bulletin describes the Oregon congressional delegation’s visit to see first hand the 123 immigrant detainees at the federal prison ...

Letters to the Editor: July 6, 2018

Let us compete Sokol Blosser wines will readily compete with those of any country, at all quality levels, at all price points, in every market. Bring it on. I only wish our president and his trade representatives ...

Letters to the Editor: June 29, 2018

Bring the turkey back! Last week, I read in the News-Register that there will be NO turkey sides or BBQ for Turkey Rama this year. My heart sank. There is NO Turkey Rama without turkey! Our family has ...

Letters to the Editor: June 22, 2018

Longing for dad lost to war I read a letter to the editor about Memorial Day and decided I needed to write. I consider it Dead Vet Day. I do not celebrate it. I do not buy a red flower. I ignore it. I ...

Letters to the Editor: June 15, 2018

Splitting families barbarous I’m writing to express my shock and horror at the inhumane treatment asylum seekers are receiving as a result of recent policy changes by Attorney General Jeff Sessions. An ...

Letters to the Editor: June 8, 2018

Paying price for moral rot I don’t usually read newspaper inserts published in small print, especially if statistics are involved. But I actually took the time to read the 2018-19 Yamhill County  ...

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