DENVER — Andrew Luck has his signature NFL win, and it came against his predecessor, of all people.
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Albany photographer Justin Adams, 37, is an over-the-top University of Oregon Ducks football fan who is surrounded by family members who are Beaver Believers.
Prior to Scott Jackson taking the reins from her as Benton County Sheriff in July 2013, former Sheriff Diana Simpson made a prediction.
“Look out! There’s a boom over your head.”
Try this experiment: Draw a picture of a scientist. Go ahead. We’ll wait.
Albany seems a long way from bowler hats and posh accents, but English riding took the reins of the Gold Dollar Horse Show Saturday afternoon at the Linn County Fair & Expo Center.
Gazette-Times sports reporter Kevin Hampton sat down with new Oregon State football coach Gary Andersen to talk about his first month on the job, his staff and the Beavers.
Linus Pauling Middle School held its pre-winter break assembly a few weeks late this year.
Even before heading down for the pregame team meeting, Jamie Weisner noticed something a little different Friday night.
Corvallis cyclists could have a new place to ride this year if plans for the city’s first pump track come together as proposed.
PARIS (AP) — With explosions and gunfire, security forces on Friday ended a three-day terror spree around Paris, killing the two al-Qaida-linked brothers who staged a murderous rampage at a sa…
Lina de Morais of Corvallis was returning from her annual visit to family in Brazil when she had a hitch going through customs at the Houston airport. That hitch would result in the Brazilian …
All it takes is a little love and attention to bring an abandoned garden back to life.
Oscar W. “Biff” Traber III took over as Corvallis mayor Monday night.
Olaf Schaftenaar was recruited to Oregon State as a shooter, but he wants to be much more that.
Monroe High School made national headlines in December of 2008, when a thief stole a sculpture of the school’s dragon mascot from the school’s roof.
Now that we're well into the new year, there's something you're just going to have to face. The party's over. In other words, if your diet in recent weeks has been organized around what I cons…
A dense fog is expected to stay clamped over the mid-valley until Friday, with stagnant air keeping pollutants trapped at ground level.
Benton County officials granted a zone change on Tuesday that will allow the owners of the Harris Bridge Vineyard to build a house on agricultural land near Wren.
Oregon State’s introduction to a higher caliber of opponent with the start of Pac-12 Conference men’s basketball play wasn’t a kind one.
Biff Traber was sworn in as Corvallis mayor Monday night, and the new City Council also was installed for its next term.
Do you favor Internet neutrality? What is your opinion on driverless cars and potential legislation to regulate them? What are you doing to help students graduate college debt-free? What is th…
And now it’s official.
It’s a cold and wet morning and Oregon State University student Alex Funk is hiking through the woods when he comes upon fellow student Molly Stiebber lying on the muddy forest floor after bre…
Mike and Heidi Gornik worked right up to the last minute.
The snow was patchy, only a couple inches of slush with grass sticking up all over. The weather wasn’t amazing either; foggy with a steady, soaking cold rain.
More than 200 Willamette Valley high school students waited with bated breath Saturday morning during the 2015 FIRST Robotics Competition local kickoff party. But few expected the major surpri…
Four-year term was highlighted by collaboration project with OSU
There’s no doubt the No. 13 Oregon State women’s basketball team is prepared for the upcoming rigors of a Pac-12 schedule that features numerous deep and talented teams.
On Dec. 24 David and Karrie Woodruff had $13,000 worth of solar panels installed at their northwest Corvallis home.