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Long before Oregon joined the Union in 1859, Robert Marshal Wade ran a hardware store along a dusty street at the southern edge of town at what is now the intersection of Second Street and Ada…
The road to Oregon State was a long one for Glyeb Ewing.
The smell of smoke and ash is still lingering in the air, but homeowners Sherril and Rick Miller are thankful that they and all five pets survived the fire that ravaged through the N.E. Elliot…
Whether for a Christmas program, a protest speech or an outdoor summer concert, Central Park’s gazebo has old-fashioned charm — and a pretty full schedule.
The Benton County Museum gets into America’s pants with its latest exhibit
Once Jeremy Brown and Alex Gough finished constructing their Lego “flipper car,” they set about breaking it down, adding new gears to improve its ability to move independently.
OSU Theatre presents its ninth annual Bard in the Quad production, ‘Julius Caesar’
Lee Eckroth couldn’t hold back a smile as piano music filled the air Wednesday afternoon on the streets of downtown Corvallis.
Corvallis firefighters resuscitated a dog and a cat after they rescued four pets from a house fire shortly before 1 p.m. Wednesday in the 3500 block of Elliot Circle.
Running plays more than 2,700 miles away at the Greenbrier Resort in West Virginia, wide receiver Brandin Cooks no doubt is working hard to impress his New Orleans Saints coaches and teammates…
PHILOMATH — The city of Philomath came a little closer together Tuesday night.
PHILOMATH — One of Oregon’s two native species of turtles will have new habitat to nest in on the Philomath Scout Lodge property, thanks to a $25,000 earth-moving project going on this week.
It’s a fact: Corvallis is among the nation’s most bicycle-using, bicycle-friendly cities in the nation.
The Oregon State Police office on the Oregon State University campus is a unique duty assignment.
Maybe the offensive line is not in rebuild mode, but the state of the front five is one of the bigger concerns for the Oregon State football team this fall camp.
A truck clipped a tree branch that then fell onto an inactive cable and power line at about 11:30 a.m. Tuesday on 30th Street near Van Buren Avenue. A representative with the Corvallis Police …
Oregon State sophomore linebacker Darrell Songy has been suspended for the season for violating athletic department rules.
Mary Newman never served in the military, but she knows how to fight for those who did.
They used to be all over Oregon from the 1920s through the ’50s: “standard highway” wooden covered bridges with a Howe Truss design.
Albany Police officers are working to identify a body that was found Monday morning southwest of the Wheelhouse at 421 Water Ave. N.E.
The Oregon State football team took the field at the Tommy Prothro Football Complex on Monday for the first fall camp practice, and this one had a little different tone than those in the past.
Body found along Albany riverfront
While most people in Willamette Park on Sunday afternoon were there to take a dip in the river, a small group had a different purpose — raising money to help low-income people have access to m…
SWEET HOME — It was a record-setting weekend for the Oregon Jamboree music festival in Sweet Home.
The Fender’s blue butterfly is an unremarkable-looking critter with a remarkable tale to tell.
Fall camp begins Monday for the Oregon State football team.
The Santiam River near Jefferson has seen a huge jump in rescues and asists this summer
Longtime Corvallis pilot John Larson remembered for warm smile and love of flying
4-H kids know all about raising animals and making them look their best for the judges. But during the Small Animal Master Showmanship Competition at the Benton County Fair & Rodeo Saturda…