Set back from the street by a broad lawn and a long driveway, the Benton County Historical Society Museum building announces its import first by its evident 19th century architecture and park-…
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Whether it was the candles, the music, the origami cranes or the chalk outlines of people on the sidewalk, dozens of Corvallis residents stopped on Saturday evening at Riverfront Park to honor…
Samaritan campus building is on schedule, on budget
Susan Canfield went 61 years before shooting her first gun. But she hit her first clay disk on her first shot Saturday at the EE Wilson Wildlife Area north of Corvallis.
Every morning at 7, Drew Clarkson shows up for his mandatory rehab session to get his hamstring back to full strength.
Kids had the chance to play in the sand, fish rubber ducks from a pool and get their hands dirty in a model of a watershed. Adults had the chance to sample local products, talk to representati…
Peter and Emily Sheriff had planned to return to their home in Sierra Leone following their wedding in Albany this summer.
People passing Oregon State University’s oldest building, Benton Hall, often will hear music floating down from the windows of its upstairs practice rooms; the building on lower campus has hou…
LEBANON — It was possible to avoid shocks at the Tough Mudder “Electroshock Therapy” challenge, as long as competitors were willing to elbow-crawl over massive corrogated tubes covered with mud.
Seven people were injured Saturday morning, some critically, in a single-vehicle wreck on Interstate 5 near Albany.
It wasn’t that long ago, really, in the whole scheme of this game of college football.
There is a strong argument to be made that if Corvallis has a signature food, it is Local Boyz Hawaiian Café’s house condiment, known by devotees simply as “da sauce.”
When the Orion rocket finally launched on the morning of June 26, Ashley Trout was pretty pleased.
With nearly 20 years under her belt as a Corvallis Parking Enforcement Officer, Kathleen Begin-Wasco has encountered her share of angry residents.
As brothers, Baker and Iona Pritchard were always close.
From a football standpoint, Jacob Wark’s decision to finish his college career at Oregon State was not difficult.
Because so many people thought U.S. Sen. Jeff Merkley was holding a town hall meeting at 2:30 p.m. today at the Corvallis Senior Center, the meeting will be open.
CHS grad who lost limbs to infection throws out ceremonial pitch at last 2014 home game for Corvallis Knights
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.