LEBANON — More than 100,000 veterans from across the United States have taken an Honor Flight to see their World War II memorial in Washington, D.C.
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Summer series began with a rousing Dixieland swing
Ceramic artist. Teacher. Kiln builder. Farmer, hunter and gatherer.
During Sunday’s thunderstorm Mary Bolton was placing dishes in her sink when she looked out her window – to see lightning strike a tree in her neighbor’s yard.
It was never a best-seller, because it was never for sale. But it’s still in print after 36 years, and tens of thousands of copies remain in circulation — many of them personally inscribed by …
PHILOMATH — Kay Yechout, president of the Philomath Frolic & Rodeo board, said during the morning thunderstorm Sunday there were moments that she was worried they might have to cancel the …
RIO DE JANEIRO — When the final whistle sounded, Mario Goetze disappeared under a dog pile of German teammates in the middle of the field.
SODAVILLE — Once upon a time, the city
PHILOMATH — Now in its 61st year, the Philomath Frolic & Rodeo’s Grand Street Parade has a little bit of everything.
Angela Smith knows what’s involved in multisport racing. She recently competed in her fourth Ironman triathlon events, the last one held in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho.
Corvallis, a town that is host to a very large public university, sometimes seems to find itself with an excess of couches.
Shelter to open Monday in Tangent location
Not even the tallest tree will provide much cooling from an extended heat wave that is expected to clamp down over the mid-valley starting Saturday and continuing through at least Wednesday.
A 25-year-old Albany man who held up a south Corvallis gas station with a BB gun was sentenced to 10 years in prison on Friday as part of a negotiated plea agreement.
Philomath city manager says work needed to ease erosion, flood risks
When Paul Risser became the 13th president of Oregon State University in 1996, the school was saddled with falling enrollment, shrinking state financial support, a losing football team and a g…
CLEVELAND — LeBron James is going back to the Cleveland Cavaliers.
What you notice first in the Goss Stadium trophy room is baseball coach Pat Casey’s smiling face.
The crowd stood with their hands over their hearts as a choir sang the national anthem, and rodeo queen Amanda Rumreich on horseback, raced circles around the turf, carrying an American flag.
Clea Poklemba was seated in the Corvallis High library when she noticed the email.
Residents of the College Hill area reacted angrily Thursday after a major water main broke at 34th Street and Tyler Avenue and flooded their houses and basements — the third time the 12-inch m…
Tom Brittsan was escorted by another 13 runners, a police motorcycle, two police cars and two Oregon Department of Transportation trucks as he ran through downtown Corvallis Thursday morning, …
SAO PAULO — The World Cup’s second semifinal was supposed to put the silky skills of Lionel Messi and Arjen Robben in the spotlight. Instead, a goalkeeper and two rock-solid defenses stole the show.
When Philomath rodeo grounds owner Paul Skirvin asked Ken Stueve to start the modern incarnation of the Philomath Frolic & Rodeo in 1983, he told him he would only need to run it for two y…
Today and Thursday might be the coolest days (in the upper 80s) in a week with highs in the 90s and a Sunday high that is expected to be near 100, according to the National Weather Service.
When westbound motorists cross the Harrison Boulevard Bridge into Corvallis from Highway 34, they pass an iconic Corvallis sight: Beside the northeast corner of the bridge is a tall pole, atop…
It took a tad longer than four hours before another wild West Coast League game between the Corvallis Knights and the Medford Rogues came to a final.
In the early 1980s, personal computers were popping up everywhere you looked, bringing the promise of a powerful new technology to home and office.
Harsh winter, improving economy are bringing more people in, but some plants have been hard to find