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Obum Gwacham sprinted forward at the snap, heading directly at cornerback Steven Nelson during drills in a recent Oregon State fall camp practice.
Saying it was time to restore the United States to “the country the Founding Fathers envisioned,” a former chairwoman of the Linn County Republican Party on Friday became the first challenger …
The brush fire south of Corvallis that consumed nearly 60 acres of fields and trees Wednesday drew firefighters from Philomath, Monroe, Corvallis and the Oregon Department of Forestry.
NW Natural contractor works to contain bentonite spill from pipeline project
Week of Aug. 15-22, 2013
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Summer was winding down and the 2012 football season was a week away.
Brush fire near Corvallis consumes 60 acres
Highly organized float trip descended the Willamette River from Corvallis to Albany on Tuesday
The game was minutes old and Ryan Murphy and his Oregon State defensive teammates were gasping for air.
Crescent Valley High School’s cafeteria was an oasis of serenity Monday, as the first session of the week-long yoga summer camp got underway. A group of nine students and one school counselor …
Like many 12-year-olds, Paul Lim slumps a little when he walks in oversized lime green sports shoes. He answers adults’ questions in short sentences.
In this era of high-powered, lightning-fast offenses, quality defensive depth is at a premium.
The Willamette Valley is not the ideal climate for growing peaches. The cool damp springs and pervasiveness of leaf curl diseases make cultivating peach trees a challenge.
When Grant Enger arrived at Oregon State as a freshman, getting used to major college football was a little overwhelming.
OSU researcher publishes study on the role of food in weight management
Oregon Freeze Dry looks to expand Mountain House marketing for brand
Despite rainy weather, food and craft alcohol vendors showcase their wares at Central Park in downtown Corvallis
Sooner or later, Mike Riley is going to make his decision.
During a celebration of life at West Albany High School’s football field, friends remembered Jesse Trader as a person they could count on for help, to cheer them up, and for good advice.
Erica O’Neill prefers persuasion over force to round up wayward critters
The demolition and replacement of a city water pumping station will force the closure of a portion of Northwest 36th Street for about eight months, starting Monday.
Pointing as if directing traffic, Oregon State middle linebacker Joel Skotte shouts instructions to his teammates as they line up against the offense during a recent practice.
Teen’s baseball gear stolen from car
Corvallis company denies claims that small modular reactors are unsafe and uneconomical