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People cleaning up the Hendricks Road property piled up rubbish -- this pile includes PVC pipe -- in preparation for burning. Firefighters told them they must dispose of the material another way.

Deputies, firefighters back at Hendricks Road property as eviction deadline looms

CARLTON — Law enforcement officers and firefighters responded Tuesday to separate incidents at the troubled Hendricks Road property, on the east edge of Carlton.  Cleanup activities brought ...

Rusty Rae / News-Register##Only the chimney is left standing following the house fire at midnight on New Year s Eve. Vehicles and clutter remain, however.

Another fire at Carlton property

Sheriff’s Office responded to bomb scare, menacing, drug issues on land preceding blaze

4-H club collecting trees

YAMHILL -- Blue Ribbon Posse 4-H Club will collect Christmas trees for recycling on Saturday, Jan. 5. Suggested donation is $10, which goes to club activities such as participation in the Yamhill County ...

Another fire razes house at controversial Carlton property

CARLTON -- Firefighters from Yamhill, Carlton, McMinnville and other stations responded to another blaze at the controversial property on the east edge of Carlton just as 2019 began. This time, the empty ...

Rusty Rae / News-Register##Kathie Oriet stands on the porch of her home in Carlton, where she has been an elected official for more than 30 years.

Oriet looks back on decades as elected official

CARLTON — Kathie Oriet approached Carlton City Hall to complain about the water and ended up spending much of the next three decades there. Back in 1981, she was one of many people who told then-city ...

Fire razes barn on edge of Carlton

CARLTON — A large barn burned to the ground early Monday morning on a property at the east edge of Carlton that’s been the subject of debate in recent months. No one was injured. The cause ...

Yamhill hunters add $500 to reward in moose poaching case

The Yamhill County chapter of the Oregon Hunters Association joined 12 others in pledging $500 for information about the poaching of a bull moose in Wallowa County sometime between Nov. 8 and 11. The ...

Puppy theft suspect told different stories

Tristan Burtch and an acquaintance first told Yamhill County sheriff’s deputy Russ Meade they had nothing to do with trying to sell three American Boxer puppies they reportedly stole from a Yamhill ...

Submitted photo##One of the missing puppies.

Boxer puppies stolen from Yamhill residence

YAMHILL — Rhonda Scheiderlein simply wants to know that her three stolen purebred boxer puppies are safe and receiving good care. The unknown is what bothers her most. She said her mind goes to ...

Lions collecting donations fire victims

CARLTON — Members of the Carlton-Yamhill Lions Club will collect donations for California fire victims today, Dec. 8, in Carlton and Yamhill. The C-Y Club is working in support of a Lions store ...

Yamhill tree lighting Dec. 7

YAMHILL -- Residents will gather Friday, Dec. 7, for Yamhill’s 10th annual tree lighting ceremony. The event will start at 6 p.m. outside Yamhill City Hall. Refreshment will be served following ...

Lights will sparkle in Carlton

The News-Register staff CARLTON — The city will illuminate its Christmas tree and new lights throughout the downtown area on Saturday, Dec. 1. The tree lighting event will kick off the holiday ...

Starla Pointer / News-Register##Left to right, Carlton Police Officer Jake Blair, Chief Kevin Martinez and Officer Tim Jordon deliver a turkey and side dishes to a local resident during their Thanksgiving patrol Wednesday.

Officers deliver holiday cheer

CARLTON -- Police handed out turkeys, rather than citations, Wednesday during a special Thanksgiving patrol. With a mobile command vehicle — a former ambulance — stuffed with turkeys, Chief ...

Lock it or lose it, police say

CARLTON — Police have started a new program, “LOCK IT or LOSE IT,” to promote awareness in the hope of eliminating thefts from automobiles. Carlton police and other law enforcement agencies ...

Carlton man resolves Trappist Abbey case

Brent Cordie told Judge Ronald Stone he wants to get his life back on track. The judge said he has an opportunity to change, in part, by getting clean and sober. The 26-year-old Carlton resident was charged ...

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