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By 1872 the newspaper had moved to Mc Minnville, anticipating the 1889 vote to move the county seat from Lafayette to Mc Minnville, and become the Yamhill County Reporter.

In 1905 the Reporter merged with the Mc Minnville News, itself founded in 1901, to become the News-Reporter.

The News-Register is a newspaper published in Mc Minnville, Oregon, United States. are a closely held corporation owned by members of the Bladine family of Mc Minnville.

It is a semi-weekly community newspaper serving Mc Minnville and the surrounding Yamhill Valley. The earliest of these companies, the Lafayette Courier began publishing in 1866.

These newspapers eventually merged to form the Telephone-Register. Then a writer for and owner of newspapers in Iowa, In 1989, following three years of negotiations, Philip Bladine and members of his immediate family bought Oregon Lithoprint from other Bladine family members through acquisition of 50 percent of the stock.

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