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A year ago, the outcome probably would have been different for the Oregon State women’s basketball team.
Plans for a 10-unit apartment complex in northwest Corvallis go back before the Corvallis Planning Commission on Wednesday night.
Drivers waited patiently in line at the Wendy’s drive-up window Monday afternoon, unaware that the Albany fast-food restaurant — along with several others in Corvallis and Eugene — closed duri…
This happened over the weekend on the Oregon State University campus:
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — With a trip to the Super Bowl at stake, Bill Belichick and his coaching staff emptied their bag of tricks Sunday night.
SEATTLE — In the annals of Seahawks history, this game should have its own chapter. Because simply put, no other team has done something quite like it.
Friday night, the Oregon State women’s basketball team had to contend with Washington State’s standout guard tandem of Lia Galdeira and Tia Presley.
For many cancer patients, the first option for treatment is surgery – and it stands to reason that if surgeons are able to remove all or most of the cancerous cells, the chances of recovery im…
PULLMAN, Wash. — Langston Morris-Walker recorded career highs of 22 points and 11 rebounds to help lead the Oregon State men’s basketball team to a 62-47 Pac-12 victory over Washington State o…
The joint project involving the city and OSU has made significant gains, but a lot of hard work remains.
Risa Perez quickly won over the Gill Coliseum crowd the first time she competed on floor for the Oregon State gymnastics team.
The public face of a major mid-valley medical group and one of the region’s best-known timber families were recognized for their numerous contributions to the community Friday night at Celebra…
Oregon State was in unfamiliar territory early in the second half Friday night as they No. 9 Beavers trailed Washington State by 16 points.
In a small lab at Oregon State University, a dedicated group of rocket enthusiasts are developing a radio-controlled device that can carry a 10-pound payload up to 25,000 feet.
SALEM — A group of Corvallis-area farmers fighting a public path across their land took their case to Salem on Thursday, asking the Oregon Transportation Commission to cancel a $2 million gran…
SALEM — In the first meeting of the Oregon Transportation Commission since Catherine Mater was forced off the five-member panel by Gov. John Kitzhaber, the Corvallis resident was back in the r…
These are boom times for the glass pipe business. Just ask Gemini Kyle, a Brownsville resident who supplies handcrafted specialty pipes to smoke shops and dispensaries throughout the mid-valle…
Before the season, Oregon State women’s basketball coach Scott Rueck mentioned junior Samantha Siegner as a player who could make a big jump for the Beavers this season.
ALSEA — More than a dozen students and teachers gathered in a science classroom to watch the semi-final of Alsea High School’s chess tournament, a competition that had been going on daily duri…
To say it was a tough nonconference season for the Crescent Valley High boys basketball team would be a bit of an understatement.
After seven years working in far-flung corners of the continent, Holly Jones is back in the mid-valley.
By halftime Tuesday night, the Corvallis High girls basketball team was looking for some guidance.
Gov. John Kitzhaber is denying he dismissed Catherine Mater as chair of the Oregon Transportation Commission for her role in voting down state funding for a controversial coal terminal, but th…
More than 60 Corvallis protesters took part Tuesday afternoon in a nationwide demonstration of opposition to the Keystone XL Pipeline.
The money was there for the taking.
“My life has been a little strange lately,” Cheryl Strayed said during a telephone interview with the Gazette-Times.
Get ready for gridlock.
Oregon State gymnastics coach Tanya Chaplin talked to her team before Monday night’s Pac-12 Conference meet against No. 5 UCLA at Gill Coliseum about the possibility of getting some stingy scoring.
The Gazette-Times building is back on the market after lease negotiations with a potential tenant fell through, but a tear-down by the current owners still is a strong possibility.