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Local Muslims speaking on OSU's campus Friday night said there are a lot more positives than negatives for Muslims living in Corvallis.
Going into its second holiday season at the Benton County Fairgrounds, the Pastega family Christmas light display promises to be even bigger and better this time around.
The offense has come and gone but defense has been the steady factor through the first few weeks of the Oregon State men’s basketball season.
After Oregon State’s upset win over then-No. 7 Arizona State, Mike Riley gave part of the credit to the offensive line coming together.
ALBANY — A Navy veteran suffering from mental health issues pleaded guilty Thursday in Linn County Circuit Court to crimes related to a string of arsons that hit the Scio area this fall.
Program filling a need in South Corvallis
Beaver and Duck students compete in turning sweat to kilowatts
Matt Bersano stood in front of his net, hands raised to the sky as he watched Denver’s last-gasp attempt trickle out of bounds with the crowd counting off the final seconds.
The rehearsal for the third annual Choralpalooza started with some noise and chaos — not unexpected for an event that involved 330 students from every choir in the Corvallis School District.
Larry Scott says this is his season of growth.
Dan Stone, theater director at Linn-Benton Community College, is a Navy veteran, and comes from a whole family of veterans. He said he has wanted to do a community-engaged play-making performa…
It doesn’t seem to matter which side of the ball Shaq Thompson winds up on for the University of Washington football team, he’s going to come up with a big play.
Corvallis Staff Sgt. Steven M. Tessitore is on his way home after being shot and wounded Saturday while on duty with the National Guard in Afghanistan.
The Old Spaghetti Factory opened the doors of its new Corvallis location Wednesday morning with a brief ribbon-cutting ceremony followed by the main event: lunch.
Recently National Public Radio lost one of its heroes. Tom Magliozzi, who for 25 years, alongside his younger brother Ray, brought wit, belly-laughs and practical wisdom to their weekly Saturd…
Former Corvallis city councilor and environmental advocate Betty Griffiths died Monday of pancreatic cancer at her Corvallis home. She was 74.
The kicker situation could have been a disaster for Oregon State this season.
When Don Kirby arrives for lunch, he has his own route to the Santiam Restaurant at Linn-Benton Community College.
Kristin Wirfs has heard pretty much anything you might want to say about beauty pageants and contestants.
The word came down from the Oregon State coaches early in the week.
Leaving Seattle after a 2-0 win over No. 9 Washington on Sunday, members of the Oregon State men’s soccer team had to feel pretty confident they had done enough to earn an at-large berth into …
Foul play is not suspected in the Monday morning death of Samantha Jeanne Robinson, 42, a Linn County Jail inmate, according to Sheriff Bruce Riley.
Toy cars get souped up into electric mobility devices to keep children with disabilities on the go
When Oregon State women’s basketball coach Scott Rueck met with fans after Sunday’s game, the one person they wanted to talk about was Kolbie Orum.
Fans spilled over the side walls and mobbed the center of the field in Reser Stadium.
In a game of big plays by the Oregon State football team, this might have been the biggest.
Oregon State’s defense had held No. 7 Arizona State in check most of the second half on Saturday night.
A professor at Oregon State University and the Corvallis company he’s been associated with for decades have developed a drug that could be used to treat patients infected with the Ebola virus.
BROWNSVILLE — Illness stole Ken Richter from the town and people he loved. But Brownsville is making sure he’ll live on through the song he wrote in the city’s honor.