Rosie met MacDougall the dog, Mac for short, the first time she went to Juliette’s House, the Yamhill County child abuse assessment center. Rosie, who’s now 10, was nervous. She didn’t ...

 

 


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Oregon Lithoprint Production Assistant

Oregon Lithoprint is seeking a production assistant to assist the lead operator with running a Goss Community Press. This is a full time position with potential advancement opportunities. The job entails assisting the set up and operation of our offset web press. The job requires mechanical aptitude, attention to detail, product quality, and an interest in learning. It also requires the ability to lift up to 40 lb. bundles of paper and the pushing and turning of giant rolls of paper.

Email resume to Mhodges@oregonlitho.com or mail resume to PO Box 727, McMinnville, OR., 97128

Poverty and Equality Lecture
Nov. 14

Anthony Jack, author of “The Privileged Poor: How Elite Colleges Are Failing Poor Students,” will give a lecture at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 14, in Ice Auditorium, Melrose Hall at Linfield College. The event is sponsored by Linfield and the Oregon Alliance of Independent Colleges & Universities.

The event is free and open to the public. For more information, contact the President’s Office, 503-883-2617 or gochoa@linfield.edu.

Top Stories

Sheriff's office serves search warrant at McMinnville residence

The Yamhill County Sheriff's office served a search warrant Tuesday morning at a Northeast McMinnville residence, according to Capt. Chris Ray. He said an Oregon State Police Special Weapons and Tactical ...

Abandoned puppy case resolved

An abandoned puppy case investigated by the Yamhill County Sheriff’s Office has been resolved, according to Capt. Chris Ray. He said an unidentified woman voluntarily took custody of the five puppies ...

Commissioners asked to investigate Health and Human Service

A local activist who dislikes some of the polices of the county Health and Human Services Department asked county commissioners on Thursday to conduct a “third-party investigation” of HHS Director ...

Neighbors turn out to oppose marijuana processing facility

Neighbors of a proposed marijuana processing facility filled the room at the site design review hearing on Thursday to testify about their opposition to the proposal. Applicants OreTex Farms LLC, JCB ...

 
First Federal tweaks its proposed building design

Executives at First Federal Savings & Loan return to the McMinnville Historic Landmarks Committee Wednesday, Nov. 14, with revised plans for their proposed new headquarters on Third Street. Committee ...

Trustees favor 'Linfield University'

Linfield College’s Board of Trustees approved a resolution favoring a name change at its fall meeting this month. If the board gives formal approval in February, the McMinnville-based school will ...

County may change transit provider

Yamhill County commissioners Thursday approved a notice of intent to award a contract to a new transit provider, something some bus riders have been demanding for years. However, the transition is contingent ...

Fire destroys Lafayette home, trailers

LAFAYETTE — An early Monday morning fire destroyed a Lafayette home in addition to a motorhome, tent trailer and travel trailer that were all parked within close proximity of the residence. The ...

 
Census: Women almost half of county farmers

New numbers highlight leadership role of women in agriculture

Sheriff's office will buy new guns

Yamhill County Commissioners on Thursday approved $54,718.50 for new handguns for deputies, along with new holsters and sights, and initial rounds of ammunition. Sheriff Tim Svenson told commissioners ...

Commissioners debate format of work session

A work session last Tuesday scheduled for the county commissioners to discuss ways to address homelessness turned instead into a debate about the definition of a work session. Commissioner Casey Kulla ...

Linfield to host speaker on 'how elite colleges fail poor'

Linfield College will cohost a visit by Anthony Jack, Harvard professor and author of "The Privileged Poor: How Elite Colleges Are Failing Poor Students." The Oregon Alliance of Independent Colleges & ...

Riverbend to hold air quality meeting

Riverbend Landfill will hold its quarterly Title V air permit public meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 20. at Chemeketa Community College, 288 N.E. Norton Lane, McMinnville. The meeting will be in building 1, ...

Sheridan manager discussion delayed

SHERIDAN — The absence of Mayor Harry Cooley and councilor Chrissy Davis delayed the Sheridan City Council from moving forward with City Manager Frank Sheridan’s evaluation for fiscal year ...

Along the Street: Block House Cafe closing in downtown Dayt

Jason and Erin Aust, the owners of the Block House Cafe at 301 Main St., Dayton, announced Nov. 6 they are permanently closing the business after 10 years. They started the business on Ferry Street on ...

Amity passes city audit test

AMITY - The City of Amity received a "positive review" of its 2018-19 audit, completed by Grove, Mueller & Swank, P.C. of Salem, City Administrator Michael Thomas told the city council at this month's ...

 
Police, chocolate milk draw kids for breakfast

CARLTON -- As soon as Yamhill-Carlton Elementary School opened its front doors Tuesday, students rushed in and lined up for breakfast. Eighty to 85 children usually eat the morning meal at the 360-student ...

 
Facility dog comforts young victims

Rosie met MacDougall the dog, Mac for short, the first time she went to Juliette’s House, the Yamhill County child abuse assessment center. Rosie, who’s now 10, was nervous. She didn’t ...

Newberg receives PGE grant

PORTLAND — The City of Newberg has received a grant to add 398 kilowatts of solar capacity to its wastewater treatment plant, offsetting the plant’s electricity use by about $16.  The ...

 
Wolfe's defense will seek dismissal of aggravated murder charge

The defense will file a motion to seek dismissal of the aggravated murder charge against double-murder suspect Michael Wolfe, attorney Patrick Sweeney told Judge Jennifer Chapman in Yamhill County Circuit ...

Latest Sports

'Cats clinch NWC championship, beat Pirates in OT

SPOKANE – The Wildcats are Northwest Conference champions yet again. Linfield football (7-1, 6-0 NWC) overcame today’s tough road challenge from Whitworth (5-3, 4-2 NWC) to win 38-31 in overtime, ...

 
Tigers swipe 1st round OT victory

YAMHILL – In the foggy confines of Tuesday’s girls’ soccer state playoff matchup at Yamhill-Carlton High School, the Tigers and their opponents from Westside Christian battled ...

 
‘Cat women bolster roster, aim for conference contention

Reinforcements have arrived for the Linfield Women’s Basketball team. A year ago, the Wildcats were decimated by injuries. By the end of the season, head coach Casey Bunn-Wilson worked through ...

 
Clarity of continuity: Wildcat men build on recent success

Excitement surrounds the continuity of the Linfield Men’s Basketball program. With 13 returning players and an infusion of talent among seven recruits, Wildcat head coach Shanan Rosenberg ...

 
Amity hands Dayton largest margin of defeat in series, 54-0

AMITY – Amity versus Dayton. Residents of Yamhill County are familiar with the football rivalry which dates back to the depression era. It’s unmistakable; when Warriors and Pirates ...

 
Grizzly volleyball falls in 2nd round

PORTLAND – Victory appeared achievable. Momentum firmly in hand. Disaster struck. McMinnville’s volleyball suffered an agonizing defeat to Central Catholic Saturday in the Class ...

 
Linfield football snags 5th straight win, beats L&C 54-7

Wyatt Smith passed for 399 yards and six touchdowns, Malik Campbell snagged a pair of interceptions and the Linfield football team rolled to its fifth consecutive win Saturday, defeating Lewis ...

 
Playoff power

There aren’t many Class 6A volleyball teams playing better than the 15th-ranked McMinnville Grizzlies right now. Winners of 10 of their last 11 matches, the Grizzlies’ ferocious march ...

 
On to Eugene! Mac cross country sends both teams to state

It’s been quite a journey for McMinnville cross country’s Kaylani Kam and Marcus Graham, the Grizzlies best individual finishers during Wednesday’s Class 6A Pacific Conference ...

 
Amity beats Scio, earns second place in PacWest

AMITY – Prior to Tuesday’s PacWest second/third place volleyball playoff between Amity and Scio, Warrior head coach Katelyn Rolston highlighted a potential advantageous matchup: sophomore ...

Bulldogs upset Warrenton, 3-1, win conference championship

WARRENTON – In stunning fashion, the Willamina volleyball upset top-seeded Warrenton in the Class 3A Coastal Range League championship Tuesday night on the Warriors’ home court. The ...

 
Conference champs

For the first time since 2004, the McMinnville Grizzly volleyball team can call itself a conference champion. Last Thursday, the Grizzlies concluded a brilliant season with a sweep of Forest Grove, ...

What a streak! Wildcats seal 64th straight winning season, beat PLU

NCAA Division III Wildcats beat Pacific Lutheran 42-10, securing a 64th straight winning season – the longest streak in college football history. PUYALLUP, Wash. – On Saturday, Oct. ...

Dayton soccer forced to forfeit eight matches

DAYTON – As a result of player ineligibility, the Dayton boys’ soccer team was forced to forfeit eight matches during the current 2019 season, as ruled unanimously by the Oregon School Activities ...

Friday night recap: Mac shut out by Newberg; Dayton edges Taft, 21-20

McMinnville football (3-5, 1-2 Pacific) was shut out at home by Newberg (6-2, 2-1 Pacific) tonight, 21-0, in a matchup of Class 6A Pacific Conference rivals. Mac’s offense couldn’t locate ...

Dayton boys soccer forced to forfeit eight matches

DAYTON – As a result of player ineligibility, the Dayton boys’ soccer team was forced to forfeit eight matches during the current 2019 season, as ruled by the Oregon School Activities Association ...

 
Y-C captures 11th straight victory, beats Cavs 2-1

YAMHILL – Yamhill-Carlton’s girls’ soccer team witnessed an impressive streak end during Monday’s league match against Blanchet Catholic. For the first time in over a month, ...

 
Warriors drop Pirates in four sets

AMITY – Katelyn Rolston knows her Amity team is capable of playing “Warrior Volleyball.” The third-year head coach demands a high level of play from her eighth-ranked squad. ...

 
Grizzly ground game gashes Glencoe in 30-7 victory

Following his team’s 30-7 homecoming victory over Glencoe, McMinnville head football coach Ryan McIrvin couldn’t help flashing a wide smile when discussing the progress of his young ...

 
Linfield football shuts out Willamette, 77-0

Identity in football remains a tricky proposition. Sometimes the personality of a team is characterized by several select players, or by its coaches, or even, by its die-hard fans. Linfield’s ...

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