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The celebration of the return of the Oregon State University women’s basketball team Monday following their tough loss the day before to the University of Connecticut was a subdued affair — especially compared to the boisterous celebration last week, when…

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It rained a lot and people weren’t always certain what they were doing, but a group of climate change activists was in good spirits when it came to Corvallis on Friday, six days into an Ashland-to-Salem Walk for the Climate.

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Carol Menken-Schaudt stands out in a crowd, or, perhaps more accurately, she stands above it.

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Philomath High School’s gym was fairly empty Thursday evening.

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Philomath High School’s gym was fairly empty Thursday evening.

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Carol Menken-Schaudt stands out in a crowd, or, perhaps more accurately, she stands above it.

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OKLAHOMA CITY — Oregon State had the game in its hands, an NCAA tournament victory within reach after waiting 26 years to get back to the Big Dance.

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Most Benton County residents regard their community as a place that’s generally free of violent crime.

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The two people accused of murder and kidnapping in the Jan. 15 slaying outside a Corvallis restaurant likely will have to wait until August to find out whether their cases will be consolidated.

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The Mr. and Ms. Spartan competition’s A Capella Night this Wednesday will give community members a chance to hear performances by a variety of local musical ensembles.

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Twenty-four-year-old Benny Augeri loves making doughnuts and making people smile, and with his new business, he gets to do both.

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Hoover Elementary School had gone so long without repairs to its running track and baseball field that the school’s faculty and staff starting calling the area “the mud pit.”

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Thanks to new subdivisions and more than 1,600 new homes, North Albany’s population has nearly doubled since it was annexed into the city of Albany about 25 years ago.

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Five days after his arrest in December 2014, a Corvallis man spoke through a translator at his arraignment and asked when he would be released.

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Three people were seriously injured and one man suffered minor injuries early Thursday after a van collided head-on with a tree and flipped over just off Highway 20 north of Corvallis.

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Sarah Hewett didn’t need a virtual reality driving simulator to learn the consequences of distracted driving — her high school friend was killed by a distracted driver six years ago.

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In 20 years as a housing specialist with the city of Corvallis Bob Loewen has seen the good, the bad and the ugly.

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The Benton County Courthouse has stood tall and proud in downtown Corvallis since 1889, but the whole thing could come toppling down in an earthquake — and the cost of shoring up the iconic structure could be prohibitive.

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Sure enough, with six seconds left Jamal Turner caught the first touchdown of his career, the finisher to an 80-yard drive that included a fourth-and-10 conversion.

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Everything fell into place for Nebraska on the first day of 1971. The Huskers had their opening, and all they needed was for Jerry Tagge and company to run right through it to claim the school's first national championship.

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The distance: 17 yards

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With the game on the line in College Station, Texas, Maurice Purify was the target. And despite a miserable day plagued by drops, the 6-foot-4 Purify, facing a smaller defender, was a good target to have.

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It was a play that ended seven straight years of bowl game frustrations for the Huskers and gave Tom Osborne what he'd been waiting 22 years for — a Nebraska national championship.

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In a season where road games often resulted in torn-down goal posts, Nebraska fans were the ones celebrating on the field this night. David Horne's six-yard touchdown against Texas A&M capped one of the Huskers' biggest comebacks.

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Ice, oranges and a whole lot of drama. Add it all up, it was one of the more entertaining Huskers-Sooners clashes in the rivalry's history. Thanks to a 15-yard run from Calvin Jones, it was also a Nebraska win.

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Matt Davison never tires of talking about it. Neither do Husker fans. Yes, it's safe to say the Fleakicker — perhaps the most iconic play in Husker football history — just refuses to get old inside the Cornhusker State.

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It’s a typical Monday at the Benton County Fairgrounds.

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Some help might be on its way for those concerned with safety in the Highway 20 corridor between Albany and Corvallis.

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LEBANON — A machine used to make battery separators apparently malfunctioned and ignited plastic materials Monday afternoon at Entek, 250 Hansard Ave., causing heavy smoke and the evacuation of a building at the manufacturing plant.

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Scott Rueck readily admits that he wasn’t sure what to expect when his Oregon State women’s basketball team entered Pac-12 play this season.

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