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city (1990 pop. 17,894), seat of Yamhill co., NW Oreg.; inc. 1876. It is a trade and processing center in the fertile Willamette valley. Foods, textiles, and building materials are produced, and there are wineries. Linfield College is in McMinnville. In 1992 the city acquired the "Spruce Goose," the 200-ton (180-metric-ton) wooden aircraft with a wingspan of 320 ft (97.6 m) built by Howard HughesHughes, Howard Robard,
1905–76, U.S. business executive, b. Houston. As a young man he inherited (1925) the patent rights to an oil tool drill, which, manufactured by the Hughes Tool Company, formed the basis of his financial empire.
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Rarely seen works from artists Salvador Dal', Pablo Picasso and Andy Warhol will be featured at a three-day exhibit in McMinnville.
Notes: a mandatory pre-proposal conference will be held on july 20, 2017 at 10:00 am pst at the mcminnville school district admin office, 800 ne lafayette ave, mcminnville, oregon, 97128.
is the holding company for Security Federal Savings Bank of McMinnville, TN, a Tennessee state-chartered financial institution headquartered in McMinnville, Tennessee.
The McMinnville Area Chamber of Commerce named Freelin-Wade Company their 2011 Business of the Year.
OWS opened its original location in McMinnville in 2001.
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Box 537, McMinnville, OR 97128, or call the company at (503) 434-5205.
As the new millennium began, the McMinnville, Oregon, Police Department found itself in such a dilemma.
Eager beavers: Too many times, says Celia Wheeler, president of the McMinnville Chamber of Commerce, people assume a business has to see a benefit before it gets involved.
The eighteen Oregon towns covered at length are Ashland, Astoria, Baker City, Bandon, Bend, Brookings, Cannon Beach, Florence, Gold Beach, Grants Pass, Hood River, Jacksonville, Joseph, Lincoln City, McMinnville, Newport, Seaside, and Sisters.
Kelly Rilee had 21 digs and Lindsay Harksen 16 for the Wildcats, from McMinnville, Ore.
The paper had a close connection with McMinnville College in Oregon and ties to American Baptists.