NWAACC tournament all that’s left for coach Greg Hawk, Linn-Benton baseball program
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The Corvallis City Club aims for a serious growth spurt to solidify its place in the community
Clinics, treatment options increase as more people recognize their sleep disorders
EUGENE — You couldn’t blame Oregon State freshman Andrew Moore if he was a little excited about taking the mound at PK Park on Saturday afternoon.
EUGENE — Finally, the Oregon State baseball team found its offense inside PK Park.
The Brew Station, a popular coffee spot, cafe and pub north of the Oregon State University campus, is closing for good next month.
People who visited the Engineering Expo 2013 at Oregon State University on Friday might have learned it is not that easy for a small country with research nuclear reactors to create plutonium …
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Commissioners select undersheriff to fill term of retiring Diana Simpson
EUGENE — PK Park is turning into a house of horrors for the Oregon State baseball team.
Native American Longhouse first of four new cultural centers planned for OSU
World War II veterans who’ve taken Honor Flights to D.C. want others to have the same experience
MONROE — After almost six years of fundraising, Monroe’s new $2.4 million community library opened Tuesday to community enthusiasm.
Fred Meyer plans to build a gas station in Corvallis, but it won’t be at the company’s Northwest Kings Boulevard store.
To a man, each player and coach knows what’s at stake this weekend.
SALEM — The girls 400 meters has become one of the races to watch at the Mid-Willamette Conference district track and field meet.
Week of May 16-23, 2013
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MONROE — Last year, the Hazelnut Hill orchard had one of its biggest season ever: the orchard’s trees had reached maturity and were producing larger yields. The retail hazelnut store about six…
Drew Pennington of Warm Springs tosses a log on the fire as a long line of students wait to pick up their food at the annual Native American Student Association salmon bake Wednesday afternoon…
Entering the final series of the 2011 regular season, the Oregon State baseball team had destiny in its hands.
SALEM — Some pole vaulters shy away from the raised runway in Willamette University’s McCulloch Stadium.
Police, cadets, cyclists pedal in memory of victims; plaque dedicated to Jensen
After school on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Crescent Valley High School, students who did not pass the first semester of ninth-grade English can catch up on late assignments so they can earn the credit.
Legal questions delay case of man accused in 2010 arson at Corvallis mosque
The time already is upon us to dig into one of Oregon’s delicious crops
Cuban-American to visit Cuba for first time as part of new study abroad program
Parents taking increasingly involved steps toward healthy diets for infants
Corvallis High’s Kaylene Rust seems to peak right about this time.
GRANTS PASS — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said Monday it will not continue killing gulls that have been eating baby Caspian terns at the West Coast's largest nesting colony, located at th…