BLODGETT — The Benton County Sheriff’s Office is standing behind a deputy who shot and killed a dog at a property in Blodgett while attempting to serve an eviction notice.
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A suspect sped from the Springfield area in a stolen car, then brandished a realistic-looking pellet gun at police before a Springfield officer shot her early Thursday morning.
The Arts Center’s mobile photography exhibit proves smartphone cameras are for more than selfies
Albany Civic Theater presents ‘Waiting for Godot’
There are numerous two- and three-year veterans, a large freshman class and not too many in between.
Homecoming is here for some of the Portland State football players.
The Corvallis Waldorf School will have three new classrooms this school year — classrooms that were delivered to the school Monday on the back of a truck.
Jo Moorefield stood in her front yard garden Wednesday night amid raised planter boxes bursting with herbs, tomatoes and vegetables, and told nearly 60 people that a year and a half before, th…
PORTLAND — A man suspected of shooting a sheriff's deputy during a traffic stop in Klamath Falls was arrested Thursday, while the deputy was to undergo surgery for a head wound. The suspect's …
Jefferson Fire District is letting a fire burn on Wiseman Island, a large parcel located in the North Santiam River east of town, as the agency can’t reach the flames with its rigs.
A big reason for Oregon State’s loss to Eastern Washington last year was the play of Eagles’ quarterback Vernon Adams.
The Corvallis man charged with manslaughter and DUII in connection with the Aug. 21 fatal head-on collision in North Albany pleaded not guilty Wednesday afternoon in Benton County Circuit Court.
Add your own touch with cobblers, crisps
Some people make vows to exercise daily. Or work on their novel. Or play the violin.
Now that the purchase of Washington Park is off the table, Linn-Benton Community College officials have unveiled other options for their hoped-for expansion of their Corvallis campus.
Mike Morovick felt like he was starting over as a long snapper.
PHILOMATH — The Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office returned a collection of 35 coins — missing for perhaps 50 years — to the Horner Collection at the Benton County Historical Society & Muse…
GASTON — Divers recovered the bodies of a 40-year-old mother and her two children who apparently drowned in a popular lake west of Portland on Tuesday, a day after finding another family memb…
Lebanon and Corvallis are ranked fourth and fifth, respectively, on the Top 10 list of Oregon communities on the rise compiled by NerdWallet, a personal finance website dedicated to helping co…
Its name notwithstanding, a rock band of middle-schoolers is losing its unknown status
Oregon State University staff members on Monday put the final touch on a project to create an extra wildfire evacuation route for residents of the Vineyard Mountain area north of Corvallis.
The Emmys welcomed plenty of movie stars to television's biggest awards show, including Julia Roberts, Woody Harrelson, Kevin Spacey, Mark Ruffalo and the reigning Oscar winner for best actor,…
Once again, Albany’s ATI Northwest Art & Air Festival drew nearly 60,000 people over the three-day weekend.
Residents concerned about plans for a 37-lot development off Southwest West Hills Road met for the second time Monday night with the developers.
JEFFERSON - A truck delivering cattle feed to a local farm was struck Monday afternoon by a northbound Amtrak Train at a rail crossing on Duckflat Road near Pearson Road northeast of Jefferson.
There’s always some extra incentive for a Football Championship Subdivision team when a Division I program is on the schedule.
NAPA— Businesses in California's wine capital on Monday mopped up thousands of dollars in high-end vintages, swept glass from ghostly downtown streets ordinarily bustling with tourists and rus…
Some of the brightest ideas in business get their start on a college campus.
While two soccer matches raged during the final day of a three-day tournament at Willamette Park, Corvallis resident Azucena Arredando was having her blood pressure, vision and hearing checked…