When Mike Riley emerges with his football team from the tunnel at Reser Stadium on the afternoon of Aug. 30, he will begin his 14th season leading the program.
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BROWNSVILLE — Marilyn Grimes wasn’t happy about a proposal by the city of Brownsville to require everyone in town to sign up for garbage service.
Danny Grigsby was looking for a new athletic outlet.
Aaron Ojeda is back home.
The magnificent canopy of London Plane sycamore trees, which nearly forms a tunnel up Southwest Jefferson Avenue, were no accident of nature.
Gov. John Kitzhaber toured NuScale Power’s Corvallis offices on Friday and called nuclear power a potentially important element of a low-carbon future — but added it’s still “a little too earl…
David Lin has pulled the plug on his ambitious restaurant and nightclub venture at 413 S.W. Jefferson Ave.
We can’t be sure just when the phrase “Pretty please with a cherry on the top” came into vogue, but it was after 1920, and it had a lot to do with the inventiveness of a horticulture professor…
In a world of iPhones and social media, the Corvallis Parks and Recreation Department has hosted a series of events this summer that are decidedly low-tech.
First stop on 1,800-mile motorcycle tribute ride honors fallen Philomath soldier
This week at Imagine Coffee, three very different people will share the same spotlight: the French painter Georges Braque, frenzied and crazed over a squirrel; deaf and mute Aunt Dorothy who r…
Sherwood Forest is in trouble. Not only is the dastardly Sheriff of Nottingham squeezing the people for taxes, he’s also scheming to turn their homes into Sherwood Forest Estates.
On average, it rains 161 days a year in Corvallis, but that has not deterred residents from whole-heartedly embracing the potential in solar power and — more specifically — buying and installi…
For kids entering kindergarten, summer course eases their transition into school
PORTLAND (AP) — Low-income Oregon residents were supposed to be big winners after the state expanded Medicaid under the federal health care overhaul and created a new system to improve the car…
A man died Wednesday morning in an apartment fire at 417 Sixth Ave. S.E., across the street from Swanson Park.
Robert Adam didn’t hesitate to react Wednesday morning to a fire in his neighborhood — and, as a result, he likely saved a number of lives.
Sometimes it looked like Julie Jacobs was managing a three-ring circus. Actually, it was a three-ring kitchen.
It’s where Oregon State University students graduate and bands practice, but to most of Beaver Nation, Reser Stadium is all about football. It’s been a gathering place for football fans since …
This fall, the Corvallis School District plans to reduce the optional insurance costs for its student iPad program, and to increase the benefits offered by the policy.
A man was struck and killed by a train Tuesday night at the railroad crossing at Madison Street S.E. near Sixth Avenue.
The developers of a proposed downtown hotel say they’re ready to take another shot at a public/private partnership after the Corvallis City Council signaled a willingness to consider a revised offer.
By Tuesday morning Bjorn, Wiley, Emerson, Prince and the rest of the boys had wrapped up the job and were about to load up and head back to Sherwood.
There is no shortage of places around Corvallis to sit and admire the view. But one of the finest is a wooden bench near the summit of Bald Hill, where a visitor can gaze out over rolling past…
The Coast to Valley Express bus route that connects Corvallis and Albany to Newport had its ridership increase 54 percent in the 2013-14 fiscal year versus the previous year.
Starr McMullen is an Oregon State University professor known for her research that applies microeconomics to transportation issues and for serving on the governor’s task force of economic advisers.
There’s been little down time for Sean Mannion this summer.
Benton County’s seasonally adjusted jobless rate held steady last month at 5.3 percent, according to the latest data from the Oregon Employment Department.
The mud bog is made to break the quirky vehicles competing in the Graand Kinetic Challenge.
Photographer and his kids try their luck at catching kokanee and rainbow troutFor Christmas, my wife, Andrea, gave me and my son, Jakob, the “Oregon Lake Maps & Fishing Guide” that include…