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As the manager of the Teen Center at the Boys & Girls Club of Corvallis, Chris Clark works with about 60 students who show up each day after school. But for Clark, it’s a role he’s been pr…
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A Portland-based manufacturing company has given Oregon State University a new $30,000 industrial-quality robot that is expected to give engineering students enhanced training opportunities in…
Basketball fans arriving an hour or two before a Crescent Valley High girls varsity basketball game won’t see a freshman game.
Danny Langsdorf wound up having a few more days to think about whether he wanted to leave Oregon State.
LOS ANGELES — French electronic duo Daft Punk’s “Random Access Memories” was named album of the year, and its frisky hit single “Get Lucky,” with Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers, won for re…
A 36-year-old Monroe man died early Monday when he missed a turn on a rural road about 10 miles south of Corvallis and crashed his truck into a tree.
We asked experts and observers of the mid-valley’s business scene to suggest area businesses worth watching in 2014. Here are brief reports on four of those businesses – and one promising initiative.
The trucks carrying the roof and walls of the former Sunnyside School moved onto Highway 99W in north Corvallis just after 7 a.m. — and in around 15 minutes they carried the structure nearly a…
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Deven Hunter set the tone and the rest of her teammates followed her lead.
In May 2012, terminally ill Kings Valley resident Ben Wald opted to hasten the end of the his life with a doctor-prescribed lethal medication through Oregon’s Death with Dignity Act
Mid-valley agents struggle to help clients awaiting insurance from Cover Oregon
PHILOMATH — Strategically placed lights cast ominous shadows on the movie villain as she schemed from inside her dusty industrial hideaway on Friday.
A switchyard worker who witnessed a train hit and kill a bicyclist Friday afternoon — and called 911 to report the incident — said he sees close calls “daily” at Queen Avenue, despite crossing…
After two tough meets to start the season, the Oregon State gymnastics team knew it had to hit the reset button.
For as long as he can remember, Kyle Franz wanted to design and build golf courses.
LaMarcus Aldridge had 21 points in a showdown with Kevin Love that didn't live up to expectations, leading the Portland Trail Blazers to a 115-104 win over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Saturd…
SEATTLE — With Washington’s top scorer C.J. Wilcox bottled up by Oregon State’s aggressive defense, Nigel Williams-Goss took over with one of the best performances by a freshman in UW history.
Ali Gibson proved she can be a scorer in her first two seasons with the Oregon State women’s basketball team as she averaged 10.5 points per game.
Sometimes parking challenges pop up in unexpected places.
Corvallis Mayor Julie Manning gave her final “state of the city” address Friday at the Corvallis Country Club.
CORVALLIS — Bread of life, miracle of the loaves and fishes; pick your Biblical bread metaphor and Craig and April Hall Cutting have probably heard it.
Bamboo socks. Merino wool socks. Snowboarding and skiing socks. Anti-blister running socks. Socks designed for people who have diabetes, compression socks, hiking socks, dress socks, socks for…
Project ensures water for Halsey mills, helps mixing of effluent discharge
LaMarcus Aldridge had a career-high 44 points and 13 rebounds, and the Portland Trail Blazers rallied for a 110-105 victory over the Denver Nuggets on Thursday night.
Corvallis has installed new signs at its City Hall complex on Southwest Madison Avenue.
Benton County residents willing to share their professional experience with the next generation of workers can do so at the Benton County High School Career Convention next month.
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama shone a light Wednesday on a college sexual assault epidemic that is often shrouded in secrecy, with victims fearing stigma, police poorly trained to invest…