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DEVER-CONNER — Norteno music blared on a radio as Hispanic workers packaged butternut squash headed for markets in Portland and Seattle.
ALBANY — Crescent Valley High moved a step closer to the 5A football state playoffs Friday night with a 24-7 Mid-Willamette Conference win at South Albany.
Stanford has another strong defense this season, but the offense hasn’t been quite the same.
In the wake of Thursday’s fatal crossover crash on Interstate 5 near Albany, the Oregon Department of Transportation hopes to begin construction in mid-November on cable barriers through Linn …
LEBANON — World War II Marine Corps veteran Donald Tubbs doesn’t consider himself a hero, but on Thursday afternoon, he was treated like one.
Corvallis Police Chief Jon Sassaman made sure he asked a question to the business owners at Thursday’s Medical Marijuana Dispensary Association meeting.
The cause of a double crossover crash that killed a woman on Interstate 5 near Albany on Thursday morning remains under investigation, said Oregon State Police Lt. Vonn Schleicher.
Wednesday was ‘the wettest day we’ve had all year’
A quick look at the state’s six classifications for high school football shows most are uniquely different from the rest when it comes to organizing the postseason.
Chris Brown has spent most of his time at Oregon State waiting for a chance to carry the football.
After six months of work and several contentious public meetings, Benton County staffers have completed a management plan for the controversial Bailey Branch railroad right of way.
Gabe Becerra’s audience for his reading of Michael Firth’s “I’ll Teach My Dog 100 Words” was decidedly appropriate: a whippet and certified therapy dog named Dustee.
OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) — The mother of the gunman who carried out the deadly attack on Canada's seat of government said Thursday that she is crying for the victims of the shooting rampage, not her son.
Local writer Abby Metzger joins Oregon writers for the Magic Barrel: A Reading To Fight Hunger
With thousands of students coming to Corvallis in September, police expect some types of crime to increase. But Corvallis Police were surprised to see the number of bike thefts double this Sep…
Eating a pear that has been properly grown, ripened, and stored can be one of life’s most fabulous culinary experiences. And except for the apple, I can’t think of a single other fruit that is…
A tour of spooky sites promises tales at each stop, including Albany Civic Theater, where paranormal investigators hunted for ghosts last Friday
The odds of an Ebola outbreak happening in Benton County are astronomically small, but if the disease does crop up here, county health officials say they’re ready for it.
Oregon State University held its first major public outreach session for the update of its district plan Tuesday at the LaSells Stewart Center.
Dustin Stanton made a quick appearance at right tackle for the Oregon State football team last week.
SWEET HOME — What 17-year-old Sadi Riggs lacks in mobility, she makes up for in spirit, and as her fellow Sweet Home High Husky cheerleaders will attest — decibles.
Nearly two dozen artists from five states are joining forces to preserve the memory of Albany’s historic white oaks through the wood of the trees themselves.
In a major victory for community activists who have complained about infill developments in established neighborhoods, the Corvallis City Council voted Monday night to reject a two-unit projec…
Team and individual high school cross-country district titles will be up for grabs Wednesday, and Corvallis and Crescent Valley will be right in the thick of it as usual.
On a drizzly Friday afternoon Stro Strohmeyer was on the job outside the Sigma Alpha Epsilon house on Northwest Harrison Boulevard.
A young group of receivers just got a little younger.
Avid fly fishers never tire of the words "Let's go fishing!"
EUGENE — Freshman Royce Freeman ran for 169 yards and four touchdowns and No. 9 Oregon extended its winning streak over Washington to 11 straight games with a 45-20 victory on Saturday night.