WildCat Haven faces lawsuit

WildCat Haven faces lawsuit

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Svenson maintains lead, likely to become sherriff

Svenson maintains lead, likely to become sherriff

Tim Casey gains two votes after latest update from Yamhill County Clerk's office McMINNVILLE...

City pot tax appears safe for now

City pot tax appears safe for now

Newberg government — City attorney says a challenge to marijuana sales tax is likely, but...

A second chance on life

A second chance on life

Agency helps George Fox student get back on her feet Pregnant and 16, Cassie Ashcraft was sure...

Landfill expansion on track for `15

Landfill expansion on track for `15

Land use — Waste Management submits expansion plans this month, commission hearing Dec. 4 In...

Report: Link future gas tax hikes to fuel efficiency

Report: Link future gas tax hikes to fuel efficiency

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November 19, 2014

Property taxes 'divorced from economic reality' in Oregon

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Nearly two decades into Measures 5 and 50, solutions sought for increasing problems It’s property tax season and you know what that means. No? Well, you’re not the only one. Oregon’s property…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTED - Innovation - George Fox University baseball player Ian Skiles created the Swing King. While raising money via Kickstarter for his project, he's developing a corrective aid for baseball swings.
November 19, 2014

Help for those searching for the perfect swing

by Katy Sword
Start up — GFU student creates Swing King, corrective tool for baseball swings Bored working a summer job as a flagger for the Clackamas County roads department, Ian Skiles had an idea. As a…
November 19, 2014

Hike in natural gas prices begins

by Gary Allen
Utilities — Oregon Public Utility Commission approves increases of 2 percent for residential, 4.5 for commercial and 10.4 for industrial users Starting Nov. 1, natural gas rates increased for…
November 19, 2014

One space to the left

by Katy Sword
Newberg business — Muchas Gracias moves restaurant next door, space already garnering interest Since Taco Time closed on Portland Road earlier this year, the space began to look more and more…
November 19, 2014

Climax launches a new machine

by Katy Sword
A new line of tools has been released by Climax Portable Machining and Welding Systems. The company specializes in portable maintenance, repair and testing equipment, and their latest design…
November 19, 2014

Nov. 19 business briefs

by Katy Sword
Blanket drive Dec. 1-15 at First Federal First Federal will soon hold its 18th Holiday Blanket and Book Drive. Last year, the bank collected more than 330 blankets and 780 children’s books for…
November 19, 2014

Nov. 19 public safety round-up

by Gary Allen
Outstanding Warrants Area law enforcement officers are looking for the following people with outstanding warrants. Anyone with information on these individuals may call the Yamhill County…
November 13, 2014

Newberg schools close as weather worsens

by Gary Allen
School district officials heed forecast for ice and sleet and close schools early this morning Newberg schools were closed today following forecasts from the National Weather Service and other…
November 12, 2014

Svenson maintains lead, likely to become sherriff

by Seth Gordon
The operations captain holds a 196-vote lead according to the latest update from the Yamhill County Clerk's office McMINNVILLE — The final seconds were ticking off, but as of Monday, the clock…
Photo Credit: COURTESY OF CHEHALEM PARK AND RECREATION DISTRICT - Contractors will break ground next year - An artist rendering shows the tentative design for the exterior of a new aquatic center near the corner of Haworth Avenue and Villa Road.
November 12, 2014

Voters give pool bond enthusiastic nod

by Seth Gordon
Electorate passes $20 million measure with a nearly 63 percent to 37 percent margin When the Chehalem Park and Recreation Board got polling data on a potential bond measure to fund the…

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Primozich
Nov 12, 2014

Primozich will be next county commissioner

by Gary Allen
Election 2014 — The McMinnville man outdistances Sal Peralta for the Position 1 spot The battle for Position 1 on the Yamhill County Board of Commissioners is over. In January, Stan Primozich of…
Weidner
Nov 12, 2014

Republicans keep hold on House Districts 24 and 25

by Katy Sword
Election 2014 — Incumbent Jim Weidner sees re-election, talk show host Bill Post will take office While both House District 24 and 25 had candidates seeking to break from the norm, in the end it…
Thatcher
Nov 12, 2014

Thatcher easily wins Senate seat

by Katy Sword
Election 2014 — Former state representative earns more than 58 percent of the vote versus Ryan Howard for the Senate District 13 spot The race for Senate District 13 was a calm one, until the…
Nov 12, 2014

McKinney wins his re-election bid; Crawford is write-in winner

by Katy Sword
Local races — Opponent Sarah Grider cites lack of voter turnout for loss in District 2 race Incumbent City Councilor Stephen McKinney said he didn’t want to campaign for his re-election, but…
Photo Credit: GARY ALLEN - A splash of color - A pair of workers begin installation of a 3,000-square-foot mural Saturday on the southwestern wall of Climax Portable Machine and Welding Systems.
Nov 12, 2014

Climax finally gets its mural

by Katy Sword
Industry — After requiring a sign code amendment in 2013, 3,000-square-foot mural installed Two years of efforts culminated last weekend at Climax Portable Machine and Welding Systems with the…
Svenson
Nov 12, 2014

Sheriff's race too close to call

by Seth Gordon
Election 2014 — Svenson leads Casey by just 199 votes according to latest figures from clerk's office McMINNVILLE — In Yamhill County’s tightest race of the 2014 election, sherriff’s candidate…
Betz
Nov 12, 2014

City manager discusses state of Newberg

by Katy Sword
Although optimistic, Jacque Betz said changes must be made as city moves forward Deep roots, community, collaboration, history and tourism are just a few of the many reasons Jacque Betz signed…
Nov 12, 2014

Merkley, Wyden, Bonamici win easily

by Pamplin Media Group
Before Oregon U.S. Sen. Jeff Merkley easily won re-election last week, he was facing the prospect of becoming a minority member of the U.S. Senate. Republicans picked up five seats toward…
Nov 12, 2014

Dundee to consider upping room tax

by Katy Sword
Government — Second City Council vote Nov. 18, rate would increase to 10 percent Dundee may soon join Newberg in approving an increased transient room tax. Currently set at 7 percent, the Dundee…
Smith
Nov 12, 2014

Evergreen founder Del Smith dies at 84

by Gary Allen
Aviation — Aviation mogul found dead Friday in his rural Dundee home as businesses struggle Evergreen International Aviation founder Del Smith has died. Smith, 84, was found in his rural Dundee…



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