Sheridan teachers plan to join statewide Day of Action

SHERIDAN - The Sheridan Education Association has voted to participate in the statewide Day of Action walkout scheduled Wednesday, May 8, Superintendent Steve Sugg told the school board at this month's ...

Sheridan parks group lays out plans

SHERIDAN - Members from Friends of Sheridan Parks and Recreation updated the city council Monday night of upcoming events and plans to improve City Park. Liz Hodgins, Paul Pena and Kira Sandoval represented ...

Bench will honor Crawford-Lain

WILLAMINA — Connie Crawford-Lain, pastor of the Willamina Free Methodist Church and a well-known public figure in the West Valley at the time of her November 2017 death, will have a bench dedicated ...

Willamina public safety fee debated at hearing

WILLAMINA — City Manager Kenna West, after listening to about an hour of testimony last Tuesday night, recommended the city contract with the Yamhill County Sheriff’s Office for two full-time ...

Sheridan looks to strengthen abatement process

SHERIDAN — An ordinance amending a Sheridan municipal code, to adopt specific nuisance abatement procedures, will undergo second and third readings at the 7 p.m. Monday, April 15, city council meeting. ...

Willamina district loses enrollment

WILLAMINA — Enrollment in the Willamina School District has dipped, Superintendent Carrie Zimbrick reported to the school board Monday night. However, she expects the district to continue offering ...

Willamina council weighing public safety fee

WILLAMINA - Enhanced law enforcement coverage will be on the minds of Willamina City Council members when they meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday, April 9. A public hearing will be held following the monthly meeting ...

Three cited for unlawfully killing elk in Yamhill County

Thanks to a tip from the public, Oregon State Police Fish and Wildlife Troopers cited three subjects for Unlawful Take/Possession of Antlerless Elk.  The elk meat was seized and donated to local charities.

Oregon State Police would like to thank the public and media for assistance in bringing this case to a resolution.

Sheridan Hometown Days coming together

SHERIDAN — As volunteer help waned in recent years and a carnival company backed out, it was decided Sheridan Days would be discontinued. Sheridan Hometown Days is the new summer celebration in ...

Personnel cuts looming in Sheridan

SHERIDAN — Leading up to the first Sheridan School District Budget Committee Meeting scheduled for 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 7, in the district office, Superintendent Steve Sugg provided a budget preview ...

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First place student winner Lorelei Oman performs the song  It s Just Life  during the West Valley Talent Show Saturday night.

West Valley shows off its talent

SHERIDAN — Matteo Bucknell and Teddy Nortness, entered in the Student Division, took the stage at the West Valley’s Got Talent fundraiser Saturday night at the Monroe Event Center. They finished ...

Willamina secures large water grant

WILLAMINA — Willamina officials and councilors Tuesday night celebrated the news that the city has received a $495,900 Community Development Block Grant through Business Oregon to complete the ...

Willamina school administrators renewed

WILLAMINA — Principals Tim France, high school/middle school, and Sarah Norwood, elementary school, had their contracts renewed for three years by the Willamina School Board at Monday night’s ...

Fire erupts at Sheridan homeless camp

SHERIDAN — What Sheridan Deputy Fire Chief Allen Aschim described as a small propane cylinder ignited about 11 p.m. Sunday at a homeless camp just east of Sheridan, on the south side of Highway 18B ...

Sheridan locals planning new summer event

SHERIDAN — Sheridan Days was discontinued following last year’s June celebration, but an effort is being made to launch a new event titled Hometown Days. It would most likely will be held ...

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