BEND — On paper, the No. 16-seeded Corvallis High football team looked like a big underdog in its first-round OSAA 5A playoff game at top-seeded Mountain View.
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Veterans Day won’t be officially celebrated until Tuesday, but the Reserve Officers Training Corps programs at Oregon State University marked the occasion a few days early.
Fate of student housing at Witham Oaks uncertain
Joseph Lee Richeson escaped with only bumps and bruises after his car went off Highway 20 and into the Willamette River on Friday morning. But the 30-year-old Corvallis man won’t avoid a charg…
Jackson Street Youth Shelter hopes to open the house near Albany Skatepark this winter
The sanctuary at Life Community Church looks like many other churches: pastel colors on the walls and carpets, hardwood pews matching its elaborately molded staircase railings, and a simple wo…
There was a slightly different flavor to the Willamette Innovators Network Expo this year.
So what’s next for parking in Corvallis?
Stand-up comedian and SNL alum Dean Edwards goes for the laughs during Dad’s Weekend
Although the details of regulating retail pot sales in Oregon remain to be hashed out, Corvallis medical marijuana dispensaries are already thinking about expanding their businesses to cater t…
The restoration of a downtown Corvallis landmark is making a splash around the state.
The Oregon State offensive line was looking for some good news.
Doctors caring for Oregon State men’s basketball player Chai Baker decided he won’t be cleared to return to the playing floor.
When pianist Conrad Tao talks about essentially spending his life at the piano, it’s not much of an exaggeration: He started playing children’s songs on the piano when he was just 18 months ol…
Mustards, of all styles, colors, and flavors from “apricot” to “Zinfandel,” have become big business. Everybody is getting into the act, in large part, I think, because the prospect of opening…
So what was weird and unusual on Election Night 2014?
Oregon voters legalized the recreational use of pot Tuesday, making the state the third to approve the drug for commercial sale and as a taxable source of revenue.
Retired software executive Biff Traber will be the new mayor of Corvallis.
Benton County voters have chosen Anne Schuster to be their next county commissioner.
Democrat Sara Gelser defeated Republican Betsy Close to take the District 8 seat in the Oregon Senate Tuesday in what turned out to be one of the highest-profile and hardest-fought legislative…
Anytime a senior quarterback is lost for the rest of the season, it’s a major blow.
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Brittany Maynard's last days started a national conversation about whether it's OK for a terminally ill person to end their own life.
Kelli Boom’s foods class was a bustle of activity as 24 students worked to make macaroni and cheese topped with breadcrumbs from scratch. She moved about the room throughout the class, checkin…
The Corvallis City Council slogged its way through a boisterous, incendiary debate on “open carry” firearms ordinances Monday night.
Thanks to a surge of ballot returns in the last few days, voter turnout in Benton County is pretty much matching the usual pace for a midterm election.
BOSTON — Tom Magliozzi, one half of the brother duo who hosted National Public Radio's "Car Talk," where they bantered with callers and commiserated over their car problems, died Monday of com…
The first sign of trouble for the Oregon State defense was a 94-yard fourth-quarter touchdown drive by Utah.
Corvallis therapist and author Linda Carroll has a new book — and a past that reads like a movie script
PORTLAND — Brittany Maynard stuck by her decision.
The Benton County Fairgrounds was bustling Sunday afternoon with people buying bulk quantities of long-lasting staples such as garlic, potatoes, dried beans, honey, wild rice, buckwheat flour,…