Rusty Rae/News-Register##Goularte shows off a vintage postcard he found online.

Stopping by: Lafayette's history buff delves into area's past

Greg Goularte lives in a house once occupied by Josephine Wascher, a beloved Lafayette educator who was principal of the city’s old school and namesake of the new one. “When we moved in, we ...

Rusty Rae/News-Register ## Addilyn and Savanna Haney join their mom, Darci, at the family piano in the living room of Westerlook. Darci, who owned MD Haney home décor store in McMinnville, is in the process of decorating the space.

Stopping By: Labor of love

Darci Haney’s dream home came with a huge oven, big enough to bake eight pies at a time. “It’s an amazing thing,” she said of the appliance that’s perfect for an ...

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The Taylors’ North Kutch building started as a barn, then was made into a machine shop in 1940 by Wilbur Loban, who also built the attached office building. Steve Taylor bought it in 1994 to use for his American Packaging business and an art gallery. It’s been used for winery storage and sales since 2009.

Stopping By: Past, present intersect at historic Carlton address

Young girls’ fingerprints are still visible on the bricks that form the interior walls of Troon Winery tasting room in Carlton. The prints are a clue to the history of this building, and ...

##(June 7, 1967) Some 350 people attended the Lions Club Fly-In Breakfast and Brunch held at the McMinnville airport Sunday. A special feature of the morning was a community worship service held in a hangar at which time Lions scholarships were presented.

Vintage Photo Page June 23, 2020

Some 350 people attended the Lions Club Fly-In Breakfast and Brunch held at the McMinnville airport Sunday. A special feature of the morning was a community worship service held in a hangar at which time Lions scholarships were presented.

Rohse: In the younger years of Yamhill County

In the early 1840s, settlers began heading out on the Oregon Trail for the Land of the Setting Sun, in numbers reminiscent of a Saturday sale. Rohse Colored Glasses McMinnville's Elaine ...

(June 16, 1965) Mrs. Russell Brown, Children’s librarian at the McMinnville Public Library, meets with a group of local youngsters taking part in the summer reading program. The purpose of the program is to encourage summer reading and will continue until Aug. 31.

Vintage Photo Page June 16, 2020

Some 350 people attended the Lions Club Fly-In Breakfast and Brunch held at the McMinnville airport Sunday. A special feature of the morning was a community worship service held in a hangar at which time Lions scholarships were presented.

Rohse: Good towns come in small packages

A landmark UN report released in May noted that a million species of plants and animals are in danger of extinction in the coming decades. Rohse Colored Glasses McMinnville's Elaine Rohse is ...

Rohse: Dayton firm helped save America

More than a century ago, a Dayton, Oregon, business won acclaim for helping save the U.S. during the war years. The company was Dayton Evaporating and Packing Co. Rohse Colored Glasses McMinnville's ...