Since she was a little girl, Sarah Frost knew that the shelves at the Willamina Public Library contained stories. One particular story, however, surprised even Frost, the library manager. As she and ...

 

 


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Customer Service Representative

Oregon Lithoprint in McMinnville is seeking a Customer Service Representative to manage incoming sales orders for new and existing print clients in a fast-paced production environment.

Essential duties include entering customer sales orders and generating job tickets, managing and tracking jobs through production, invoicing and resolving any issues that arise. This position works with our internal sales and production departments as part of a team and the job includes a substantial amount of communication with customers and outside vendors.

The ideal candidate should have previous customer service experience in a production setting and any printing or graphic arts experience is a big plus. You should be detail-oriented, proficient in basic mathematics, possess high-level oral and written communication skills and be a strong self-starter and a can-do team player with an appetite for learning. Oregon Lithoprint offers a competitive salary and benefits package in a great working environment. We are an equal opportunity employer. A pre-employment drug screening is required.

For consideration, mail or email a resume and a cover letter explaining why you would be a good fit for us to: mhodges@oregonlitho.com or Oregon Lithoprint Attn: Mike Hodges PO Box 727 McMinnville, OR 97128


Trivia Fundraiser
February 29

A Trivia Night fundraiser for the See Ya Later Foundation’s Scott Banke Memorial College Scholarship Fund is set for 5 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 29, at the Michelbook Country Club, 1301 N.W. Michelbook Lane, McMinnville. Admission is $40 and includes a catered dinner.

Trivia will be played in teams of six. In addition, there will be a raffle, a no-host bar and desserts available for bidding. For more information or to register, contact 503-434-1730 or info@seeyalater.org, or visit seeyalater.org/upcoming-events.

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Sheridan prepares camping ordinance

The Sheridan City Council expects to approve an anti-camping ordinance at its April meeting. The law would apply to all forms of camping -- tarps, tents and sleeping bags as well as RVs and other vehicles. “Campsites ...

 
Roadside vegetation program a seedling with big dreams

After three summers of work, Yamhill County has completed an inventory of its county roadsides, detailing where populations of native plants need protecting, and where populations of invasive weeds need ...

School board to consider Student Success Act plans

Ways in which McMinnville schools could use money from a $500 million state fund designed to help increase academic achievement and reduce disparities will be considered at the next school board meeting. The ...

Jail medical provider denies wrongdoing

Newberg woman died in cell of acute intoxication in 2018

 
Willamina library writing its next chapter

Since she was a little girl, Sarah Frost knew that the shelves at the Willamina Public Library contained stories. One particular story, however, surprised even Frost, the library manager. As she and ...

 
Geraldi's honored as business of the year

Geraldi’s: The Italian Eating Place was honored as the city’s Business of the Year at the McMinnville Downtown Association’s annual awards dinner. Joseph David reopened his family’s ...

ODOT plans community meeting in Carlton

Oregon Department of Transportation officials will speak to Carlton residents Wednesday, Feb. 26, about reconstruction of West Main Street in the downtown area and other planned road repairs. ODOT also ...

Dollar General takes step toward opening Amity store

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Willamina council adopts 2020 goals

The Willamina City Council adopted 2020 goals at this month’s regular meeting, agreeing to focus on issues such as livability, economic development, infrastructure, recreation and youth opportunities. Councilors ...

Meeting about school safety planned

McMinnville School District will host a “Student Safety Summit” next week to inform parents and other community members about what’s being done to keep students safe, signs of trouble ...

McMinnville author charged with domestic violence

McMinnville author Peter Malae faces domestic violence-related charges that allegedly spanned different timeframes after he was indicted by a Yamhill County Grand Jury and arraigned this week. Malae is ...

Planning commission looks at state's diverse zoning law

Residential density at heart of discussions

School board looking at calendar options

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Former finance teacher files for treasurer

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Latest Sports

 
Pirates plunder Amity

DAYTON – It’s hard to beat a good team three times within the same year, as the adage warns. Yet, that’s exactly what the Dayton boys basketball team accomplished during Tuesday’s ...

 
McKenna Cloud: A veteran presence on a youthful team

DAYTON – McKenna Cloud hurried over to Dayton teammate Taylor Wilson during the third quarter of Wednesday’s Class 3A PacWest Conference girls basketball playoff against Scio. Wilson, ...

 
Mac makes waves at district meet

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Dayton wrestling captures team title at conference tournament

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Pirates stun Warriors in overtime clash

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Amity girls beat rival Dayton with gritty defensive effort

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Grizzlies swarm Bowmen

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Wildcats sweep weekend

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Linfield women split versus UPS, PLU

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One team, one family

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Unified through competition

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