Janeece Cook is the director of the volunteer-run South Benton Community Food Bank in Monroe. She also works for Strengthening Rural Families, helping the organization target its programs at t…
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A bell on the door jingles as a white-bearded man dressed in red enters B & J Bookbinding.
The Oregon State University campus has been smoke free for a little more than a year, and the Faculty Senate heard a report Thursday on the progress of the policy.
The coaching staff shuffle has gone on throughout bowl game preparations for the Boise State football team.
HONOLULU — Don’t be surprised if Boise State tries to spring a trick play or two on Oregon State during today’s 5 p.m. Hawaii Bowl.
I don’t want to go overboard, but the outcome of today’s Hawaii Bowl and several decisions in the next few weeks could pave the path for the future of the Oregon State football program.
HONOLULU – Angus Brandt got some good news and then his Oregon State men’s basketball teammates went out and capped it off with a 58-54 win over George Mason in the Diamond Head Classic on Mon…
HONOLULU — Roberto Nelson scored eight of his 17 points in the final minute to help the Oregon State men's basketball team beat George Mason 58-54 in Monday's consolation round game of the Dia…
The December storm made this year’s already short Christmas shopping season more difficult on local retailers. However, many employees at local stores said since the storm they’ve seen a late …
Students at Corvallis’ alternative high school College Hill initiated a campaign to select a mascot for the school, and then created a new logo of that mascot, which will adorn shirts, posters…
HONOLULU — Oregon State gave up the first 10 points of the game and fell behind 16-2, a deficit that proved to be too much to overcome as the Beavers dropped an 83-71 men’s basketball game to …
“Black Beavers” makes a strong statement about isolation of African-American students
SEATTLE - All the Seattle Seahawks needed was another win at home. No big deal - they already had 14 straight.
Shirlee Wertz retires after 34 years with Linn County Department of Health Services
For most of the Hawaiian players on the Oregon State football team, the trip to the Hawaii Bowl is a chance for family and friends to see the Beavers play in person.
There are fewer parking spaces available on the Oregon State University campus, and a greater percentage of those that remain are being used, according to the university’s annual study of the subject.
Employees build 8-foot-4-inch lighthouse from food donated for Linn Benton Food Share
Jan Boley volunteers with the after-school technology club
Program remembers homeless in Albany who died in 2013
Bowl games might seem a little old hat for some Oregon State fans.
The bustling Ninth Street commercial strip is poised to get a little more commercial.
Strapped for kettle donations, the charity seeks volunteer bell-ringers for Saturday
The Dec. 6 storm left a good blanket of snow in the mid-valley for cross-country skiing, ski biking, tubing and all sorts of other outdoor recreation
Linn County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a murder-suicide near Harrisburg, where a man apparently killed his estranged girlfriend with a machete before hanging himself from a tree.
One of the biggest names in Oregon State’s recent football history will be on the sidelines for the Hawaii Bowl.
Fourth District U.S. Rep. Peter DeFazio is home for the holidays for the first time in five years, but that doesn’t mean he wasn’t working.
The developers who hope to build housing in Northwest Corvallis designed to accommodate 900 Oregon State University students have offered to donate a piece of the land to the city.
If holiday and travel distractions weren’t enough to deal with, Oregon State was suddenly saddled with playing minus its top scorer.
Kevin Love made an emphatic case for the title of the NBA's best power forward.
Week after week, Oregon State’s coaches and players faced the same questions this season.