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Chanting marchers made their way around locations at Oregon State University on Wednesday to voice opposition to recent incidents of racism there. Among their messages:
LAS VEGAS — Double-digit margins have not been kind to Oregon State this season.
EUGENE — Corvallis High made a strong early statement in its quest for a state title.
Getting back into the swing of things in a tournament after an opening-day loss is never easy.
A number of old workshops and warehouses on the Oregon State University campus are coming down to make way for the realignment of Southwest Washington Way and the reconstruction of the 15th St…
Inside a nondescript building on Western Boulevard, men and a woman dressed all in black work on moves to disable their opponents, using a combat style that dates back to Japan’s earliest mart…
PORTLAND — A woman who claimed ties to white supremacist prison gangs has pleaded guilty to a conspiracy that involved four deaths in three states, guaranteeing herself a life sentence.
Oregon State’s hunt for a postseason berth continues at 6 tonight as the Beavers play rival Oregon in the Pac-12 men’s basketball tournament in Las Vegas.
The action was constant at Monday’s Sustainability Fair and Town Hall event at the CH2M Hill Alumni Center.
Board members agree to slow down program's expansion from level proposed by district administration
SWEET HOME — Speaking in Chinuk wawa, the native language of the Grand Ronde tribe, Michael Karnosh said Monday afternoon that “his heart was very happy to be standing here today.”
As a volunteer with the Benton County Republican Party, Jacob Vandever planned on playing an active supporting role in Brian Cooke’s campaign for the District 16 seat in the Oregon House of Re…
Most athletes in Oregon involved in racquetball tend to run into each other at one point or another.
Construction is underway between Applebee’s and Carmike Cinemas
An AmeriCorps volunteer has organized a new “Bike and Lunch” group that meets for a social ride every other Sunday.
A police officer’s daughter, Shannon Baker launched her own career in public safety while still a teenager growing up in Tumwater, Wash.
SEATTLE — After dominating teams of late with its suffocating defense, the Oregon State women’s basketball team got a taste of its own medicine in the second half Sunday night.
Sammy Harrison was nervous going into the Pacific-12 Conference swimming championship meet on Feb. 26.
Oregon State ranks below almost all of its peer universities in the percentage of students who live on campus
PHILOMATH — Philomath firefighters in full gear emerged from a smoky house on Saturday grasping a fire hose.
SEATTLE — For the past couple weeks, the talk has been if the Oregon State women’s basketball team will get a bid to the NCAA tournament.
It wasn’t until late in the game when Pat Casey realized that Jace Fry was closing in on a no-hitter.
Overtime was Roberto Nelson time.
Finley managers say growing herd is hard on neighboring farms, but wildlife lovers object
SEATTLE — Oregon State turned in another suffocating defensive performance on Friday night and knocked off Utah, 50-35, in the quarterfinals of the Pac-12 women’s basketball tournament at Key Arena.
A total of 74 Philomath Middle School students are in its production of “High School Musical, Jr.” — nearly a third of the school’s entire student body.
When the Oregon State women’s basketball team dropped its first game of the season, 61-56 to Penn State, ranked in the top 15 at the time, it wasn’t a big surprise to the outside world.
Logan Ice doesn’t act or talk like you might expect a Division I baseball freshman would.
More than 1,000 students attended the first off-campus housing fair Thursday at Oregon State University.