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Temporary Burn Ban for Yamhill Co. Effective 8am on 6/6/23
Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue has enacted a burn ban effective at 8am on June 6, 2023. See our emergency management page for more information on burn restrictions.
Kohr Explores: Taste of Mac in McMinnville
The new Taste of Mac event invites people to explore McMinnville while tasting wine, beer and food from local vendors on Saturday, June 10.
Court docs: Woman smoking cigarettes, possibly meth sparked fire at McMinnville pizza shop
Investigators say that a woman smoking sparked the fire that caused significant damage to a McMinnville pizza shop-movie theater. Meagan J. Ray, 38, was arrested last week in connection to the fire. According to court documents, surveillance video from a neighboring business shows Ray and a man enter a room...
June 7 public safety round-up
Yamhill County Sheriff’s Office May 25 Ana Carina Rivas Ordaz, 30, of Newberg, was arrested on a hold from Washington County. No bail was set. May 26 Jolene Lynn Boger, 38, of Newberg, was arrested attempted assault of a public...
Woodburn man remembered after grocery store shooting
WOODBURN, Ore. (KPTV) - A Woodburn family mourns the loss of a man who was a father, son and beloved brother. The family of Noel Romero says he died in a shooting at the Mega Foods Store on Mt. Hood Avenue and that his kids were with him when he was gunned down.
Oregon's Yellowbottom campground to remain closed for entire 2023 season
Bureau of Land Management officials announced Tuesday the Yellowbottom campground southwest of Salem will remain closed for the 2023 season. The Yellowbottom Day Use Area, however, will be open to the public. The announcement comes after a mid-April decision to delay the opening through May, when officials cited aging trees...
Suspect identified, charged in fatal Woodburn grocery store shooting
WOODBURN, Ore. — The Marion County District Attorney's Office confirmed that a suspect has been charged in the fatal Woodburn grocery shooting that happened over the weekend. Jose Gustavo Garcia-Rivera, 37, has been charged with Second Degree Murder, Unlawful Use of a Weapon, and 2 counts of recklessly endangering...
High grades: St. Paul Rodeo awards annual scholarships
The St. Paul Rodeo Association recently awarded its 2023 scholarships to locals Clancy Koch and Michael Hiller who will receive $5,000 toward their plans for a college education. Koch, son of Todd and Jennifer Koch, is a first-year student at Oregon State University’s Cascades campus in Bend, majoring in business administration. He played football and baseball for four years at SPHS and basketball for two years. He was also a member of the FFA and St. Paul Business Leaders. ...
June 7 letters to the editor
How about we just focus on Newberg? To the editor: I know we live in hyper-partisan times, but I would like to make a request of the new Newberg City Council and school board: Please be the adults in the room. Over the last several years we have seen the left swing for big national...
Strawberry u-pick season in swing in the Pacific Northwest. Here's where to go around Salem
Summer is suddenly upon us, bringing sunshine for strawberry picking season. If you're looking to go berry picking, here are some u-pick farms open now or that plan to open soon. The strawberry season can be brief, so check the farms' hours and strawberry availability before heading out. Canby. South...
Fireworks Night at Volcanoes Stadium
Friday is fireworks night. Come out to Volcanoes Stadium, enjoy some family fun baseball, enjoy good food, and enjoy an amazing fireworks show.
Burn ban goes into effect Tuesday in TVF&R jurisdiction
Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue is implementing a high fire danger burn ban beginning Tuesday at 8 a.m. The ban covers its entire jurisdiction, including parts of Washington, Clackamas, Yamhill, and Multnomah counties. The ban prohibits backyard or open burning, agricultural burning and any other land clearing burning. It says...
Sherwood leads way among Pacific Conference softball standouts
Sherwood may not have made it to the championship game, but its softball team was seriously impressive this past spring season. The Pacific Conference recently announced all-conference selections. Leading the way in softball was league champion Sherwood, which boasted four first-team and two second-team selections. The Bowmen — who defeated McMinnville in the state quarterfinals before being eliminated in the semifinals 2-0 by eventual state champion Sheldon — were led...
Newberg food truck goes up in flames Monday morning
A food truck in Newberg, OR went up in flames on Monday morning, spreading to a nearby fence, fire officials said.
Shooting In Woodburn Leaves One Dead, Suspect In Custody
Woodburn, Ore – A shooting incident occurred at Mega Foods on Sunday afternoon, resulting in the death of one individual. The Woodburn Police Department confirmed the incident and provided brief details. Authorities responded to a distress call at the store located on Mt Hood Avenue at approximately 4:00 p.m....
McMinnville named second most LGBTQ-friendly small town in U.S.
According to a recent article from Time Out, McMinnville is the second most LGBTQ-friendly small town in the U.S. – succeeding only Lexington, Kentucky for the lead spot.
Board of Forestry in Sisters, June 7
Oregon Dept. of Forestry release – UPDATE — The Oregon Board of Forestry will be extending the time allotted for public comment during its June 7 meeting in Sisters, OR, due to the high volume of Oregonians who signed up to speak to the board on a variety of topics. The meeting will now start at 8 a.m. at the FivePine Lodge, South Sister Room. View the amended agenda for the meeting. SALEM, Ore. — The Oregon Board of Forestry will meet in Sisters, with a public meeting and community social scheduled on Wednesday, June 7, and the public meeting reconvenes on June 8. All events are open to the public. The public meetings will be held at FivePine Lodge, South Sister Room – 1021 Desperado Trail, Sisters, OR, 97759. The June 7 meeting begins at 8 a.m. and the June 8 meeting begins at 8 a.m. There will not be a virtual option for the community social, but the meetings will be livestreamed on the department’s YouTube channel. The board’s business agenda includes: Forest patrol assessment hearings for Jackson County; Forest Protection Association budgets; Forest Trust Land Advisory Committee testimony; 2023 Legislative session update; Fire season readiness; 20-Year Landscape Resiliency Strategy update; Forestry Program for Oregon planning work session; Board and agency organizational governance work session. The full agenda is available on the board’s webpage. Live testimony is available for item #1, state forester and board member comments, and item #4, Forest Protection Association budgets. Sign-up is required and instructions to provide live testimony are available online. Sign-up closes Friday, June 2 at 5 p.m. Written public testimony will also be accepted. Written comments can be submitted before or up to two weeks after the meeting day to email@example.com with the appropriate agenda item included with the submission. On June 7 from 5:30 to 7 p.m., the board and department will host a community social. This informal event is open to the public for in-person attendance at the Sisters-Camp Sherman Rural Fire Department, Community Room – 301 South Elm Street, Sisters, OR, 97759. An RSVP is not required, but encouraged, as spacing and parking are limited. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. Accommodations for people with disabilities, and special materials, services, or assistance can be arranged by calling ODF’s Public Affairs Office at least 72 hours in advance of the meeting at 503-945-7200 or by email at email@example.com.
Woman arrested for 3-alarm fire at McMinnville pizza restaurant
A man was seriously injured after a garage fire with reported explosions Friday afternoon in Vancouver, according to the Vancouver Fire Department. Shortly after 2 p.m., firefighters responded to 3114 P Street after multititle neighbors reported hearing explosions and seeing fire at the address. Portland releases drafts of new district...
ODOT to begin I-5 night construction near Woodburn
The Oregon Department of Transportation announced Tuesday that two lanes will be closed on both north and southbound lanes of I-5 near Woodburn from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m., Sunday through Thursday during the month of June.
Dont' miss out on the latest grocery coupons from Safeway in Salem, Updated 2023-06-07
Safeway is a chain of grocery stores that operates mainly in the western and central United States. It was founded in 1915 and is now a subsidiary of Albertsons Companies. Safeway stores offer a wide range of products including fresh produce, meat, dairy, bakery items, and household essentials. Let's make use of these coupons to buy the things we need and make our lives more economical and enjoyable.
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