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CORVALLIS — “Quick hands! Quick hands!”
If the NCAA tournament selection committee wanted or needed a statement from the Oregon State baseball team, they certainly got it and then some from the Beavers the past two games.
EUGENE — A small but talented Crescent Valley boys contingent came up just short of what would have been the school’s first state team trophy in track and field.
LEBANON — Roger Munk of Lebanon and John Williams of rural Albany don’t dance to the beat of a different drummer … but they certainly pedal to it.
Almost in unison, the majority of the announced crowd of 3,006 in Goss Stadium rose to their feet when Andrew Moore got two strikes on Robbie Tenerowicz with two outs in the ninth inning Friday night.
The Corvallis Knights have pitched affordable family fun since relocating to the mid-valley nine years ago.
Downtown business owners, homeless shelter advocates and homeless people are working together to find a potential new location for the permanent homeless shelter in Corvallis.
A 17-year-old sped up to 95 mph and veered into oncoming traffic, causing a fatal car crash near Lebanon in April, and she repeatedly said in the aftermath of the wreck, “I did it on purpose. …
EUGENE — McKenna Henke was running a pace that was comfortable and was OK taking the lead deep into the race.
Some little kids got a chance to see big trucks and heavy equipment up close Thursday, and they were fascinated.
The city of Corvallis Public Works Department set up a meeting Thursday night to discuss planned underground pipe work that will affect the intersection of Northwest Kings Boulevard and Northw…
The 2014-15 Oregon State men’s basketball showed promise through its first 14 games, jumping out to a 10-4 record under first-year head coach Wayne Tinkle.
Oregon State University has unveiled plans to convert its former housing co-ops into a group of buildings that will serve as a “student services cluster.”
PHILOMATH — The story is set in the future. It’s about a group of siblings hiding out in the woods to escape a devastating war. When the war suddenly comes to an end, the siblings set out to e…
It's early morning on the East Coast, and Thomas Lauderdale still is a little groggy.
A day or two passed after Oregon State director of athletics Bob De Carolis learned that his contract would not be extended.
After more than a year of serving his country in Afghanistan, Cpl. Kevin Brower couldn’t wait a second longer to propose to his girlfriend, Aubrie Irons.
A November bond levy would be for 'less than $20 million'
We Americans think we've cornered the market on convenience cooking. And yet, in the gilded court of Louis the XV, one of the world's original seasoning blends — mirepoix — was enhancing sauce…
Baseball can be an excruciating game at times.
After a hard-fought campaign marked by contentious public forums, dueling yard signs and vitriolic letters to the editor, Benton County voters overwhelmingly rejected a ballot measure to ban g…
“Meet us at the black cottonwood at Crystal Lake at 11 a.m.”
The Corvallis City Council on Monday night unanimously rejected developers’ appeals of vegetation removal violations on Timberhill.
Dan Crall and Cheyne Willems are having a chat while walking along a trail at Willamette Park. Crall stops suddenly at the sound of a bird calling out in a tree.
Residents and business owners near the Kings-Circle intersection in Northwest Corvallis will be facing a bit of inconvenience this summer.
Philomath resident David Stein remembers May 18, 1980, because the Oregon Vintage Motorcyclists club, which he helped found, held its inaugural show and swap event at the Benton County Fairgro…
After 142 years on the job, the historic Yaquina Head Lighthouse in Newport is still sending out a powerful beacon to mariners — and after getting a fresh coat of gleaming white paint, it’s ex…
Seven-year-old William Sheldrake jumped up and down after picking up a Boy Scouts brochure and running over to his dad.
Advocates say maintenance problems need attention