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Hot, dry weather leads to burn ban

With hot, dry weather in the forecast, fire danger is expected to be especially high through the weekend, according to the National Weather Service and area fire departments. Outdoor burning is banned ...

Four Willamina students diagnosed with COVID-19

Three Willamina High School students and one other student have been diagnosed with COVID-19, Superintendent Carrie Zimbrick confirmed to the News-Register Friday. Additionally, ...

COVID-19 in Yamhill County - At a Glance

[Friday, April 16] Yamhill County reported eight new cases of COVID-19 today, bringing the county to a total to date of 4,075 cases. There have been 74 deaths in the county. *** [Thursday, April 15] ...

 
Dispensing hope: Virginia Garcia clinics plan to vaccinate 30,000 by mid-July

  Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center’s 17 clinics across Yamhill and Washington counties have vaccinated nearly 15,000 people against COVID-19 so far, staff told Congresswoman Suzanne ...

County will replace all planned J&J vaccine doses with Moderna

Health officials across Oregon and the country are making hasty plans to replace all Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine doses with Moderna or Pfizer, after learning Tuesday that the Centers for Disease ...

After bout with COVID, nursery worker encourages everyone to get vaccinated

For about two months in the summer, Maria I. Mota Garcia didn’t leave her Dayton home. Mota-Garcia, 53, along with her husband, daughter, son-in-law and three grandchildren, all caught COVID-19.  When ...

Adult bicyclist struck and killed in McMinnville

An adult male bicyclist was struck and killed by a commercial motor vehicle shortly before 6 a.m. Friday in the area of Northeast Baker and Fifth streets in McMinnville. The 24-year-old victim ...

 
Farm Fest goes virtual, but live events planned later this year

The gigantic draft horses didn’t care about COVID; they were just there to lend their muscles to pull plows at the 2021 Farm Fest, a Yamhill County Historical Society event that went virtual this ...

Secondary students to start hybrid classes

McMinnville middle and high school students will return to in-person classes Monday, April 19, 13 months after schools closed because of the coronavirus pandemic. Students will be in classrooms ...

 
Dine Out(side) will return to Third

Downtown street will close to cars on weekends starting at end of May Diners will be able to enjoy al fresco meals and wine tastings this summer as McMinnville’s Dine Out(side) program returns for ...

 
Linfield professor alleges antisemitism; Board of Rabbis calls for resignations

The Oregon Board of Rabbis called Thursday for the resignation of Linfield University President Miles Davis and Board of Trustees chair David Baca, matching calls from students and other university ...

 
Mike Bisset retiring after 21 years as Mac's community development director

In the past 54 years, the city of McMinnville has had only three public works/community development directors, each with a tenure of about 20 years.  “I think that’s reflective ...

 
Grand Ronde powwows canceled for second year

The Marcellus Norwest Memorial Veterans Powwow, traditionally held in July, and the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde Contest Powwow, an August fixture on the tribal grounds, have been canceled for ...

Cause determined in West Valley ambulance fire

A catastrophic failure of the transmission that blew oil over engine parts, and ignited a fire was the cause of a late February blaze that destroyed a West Valley Fire District ambulance. The Sheridan/Southwestern ...

 
Board says county fair is back in the saddle

The Yamhill County Fair is back in business, albeit with a case of anxiety and plans for plenty of face masks and hand sanitizer. The concern, Fairgrounds Manager Gary Wertz said, stems from the ...

County: 25 new cases of COVID over weekend

Yamhill County announced 25 new cases of COVID-19 for the three days from Saturday to Monday, bringing the county to a total to date of 4,040. There have been 74 deaths in the county. The Oregon Health ...

Former nursery worker pleads guilty in embezzlement case

Jeanna Buxton claimed she was “addicted to and consuming large amounts of Ambien” over a five-year period when the Yamhill County Sheriff’s Office said she allegedly embezzled about $4.4 ...

 
Veteran journalist joins N-R as managing editor

Longtime journalist Kirby Neumann-Rea has joined the News-Register newsroom as managing editor, coming from the Columbia Gorge News. He served as editor of the Hood River News for more than 20 years. Neumann-Rea ...

LUBA upholds expansion denial

The state Land Use Board of Appeals on Friday decisively upheld a decision by the county board of commissioners to deny an expansion permit application from Riverbend Landfill. LUBA said in its ...

 
Committee endorses local match funding for next phase of bypass

The Yamhill County Parkway Committee officially committed Thursday to spending local dollars to help build Phase II of the highway project currently known as the Newberg-Dundee Bypass. The resolution ...

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