Justin Myers, a six-year veteran with the Springfield Police Department, has been identified as the officer who shot a woman at Jackson’s Chevron at 33157 Highway 34 following an Aug. 28 pursu…
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PHILOMATH — Question No. 2: What do you like to do in your spare time?
Albany’s newest roundabout, photographed from Third Avenue looking toward Main Street and Salem Avenue, opened Friday, more than a month ahead of schedule, thanks to the efforts of contractor …
PHILOMATH — Blessed by a largely veteran football team in 2013, the jobs of the Philomath High coaching staff were made a little easier.
It’s no secret the Oregon State football team struggled to find consistency in its run game in 2013.
In the shade of a leafy oak tree on a pleasantly cool late summer morning, 27 people practiced yoga. They had their mats spread out on a lawn covered in sunshine-colored dandelions, with Lumos…
The Benton County Historical Society & Museum announced last week that a set of 35 coins were returned to the museum after being stolen decades ago.
It was 2008 and Jason Silveira was watching a wind ensemble perform a concert at Florida State University where the first clarinetist caught his eye.
Senior Tyrequek Zimmerman has a reputation as a tackling machine from his spot at free safety.
Everybody seemed to know everybody else. People greeted each other with handshakes, hugs and smiles.
The Corvallis City Council will consider the future of the Corvallis Senior Center at its 6:30 p.m. meeting Tuesday at the downtown fire station, 400 N.W. Harrison Blvd.
New Albany menswear shop, Corvallis store among those citing fashion trend
SWEET HOME — Millions of Americans are celebrating Labor Day by taking today off from their day jobs, but it’s truly a fortunate man who can make a living doing something he loves.
It would be easy to pick apart the problems a day after Oregon State’s 29-14 win over Portland State.
ADAIR VILLAGE — Matt Bain isn’t afraid to throw out a state championship as a goal for his team.
A federal program that provides unwanted military gear to law enforcement agencies has gained increased notoriety as a result of police response to protesters in Ferguson, Missouri earlier this month.
On the first play of Oregon State’s season, the snap from center Josh Mitchell sailed over quarterback Sean Mannion’s head, sending him scrambling to cover it for a big loss.
Army and Marine veteran Randy Chrestensen said the military lost much of his medical records during the Gulf War.
More than a decade ago, nine teachers from area schools showed up to Love INC.'s first teacher giveaway event and took home about $2,000 in donated school supplies. On Friday morning, more tha…
When Sean Mannion speaks, his teammates not only listen but take his words to heart.
Well, it’s 2014, and the dog days of summer are here. So what is a self-respecting Couch Patrol supposed to do?
It’s no secret that Oregon State has struggled against Football Championship Subdivision schools in season openers.
BLODGETT — The Benton County Sheriff’s Office is standing behind a deputy who shot and killed a dog at a property in Blodgett while attempting to serve an eviction notice.
A suspect sped from the Springfield area in a stolen car, then brandished a realistic-looking pellet gun at police before a Springfield officer shot her early Thursday morning.
The Arts Center’s mobile photography exhibit proves smartphone cameras are for more than selfies
Albany Civic Theater presents ‘Waiting for Godot’
There are numerous two- and three-year veterans, a large freshman class and not too many in between.
Homecoming is here for some of the Portland State football players.
The Corvallis Waldorf School will have three new classrooms this school year — classrooms that were delivered to the school Monday on the back of a truck.
Jo Moorefield stood in her front yard garden Wednesday night amid raised planter boxes bursting with herbs, tomatoes and vegetables, and told nearly 60 people that a year and a half before, th…