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Cosplay, 3D printed sculptures, build-your-own xylophones, laser-cut wood-worked selfies and an illuminated whale made of beer cans.
ADAIR VILLAGE — A third-inning explosion was all Santiam Christian High School needed.
ALBANY — Two people were killed in a head-on crash Friday morning between two vehicles on Highway 20 about a mile east of Goldfish Farm Road.
DALLAS — When Texas second baseman Brooks Marlow belted a game-tying two-run home run in the top of the eighth inning against Oregon State on Friday, it would have been easy for the Beavers to…
After close to a quarter-century of work, the cleanup of a highly contaminated South Corvallis industrial site might be entering its final phase.
One constant over the past decade or so for the Oregon State baseball program has been the ability to rely on quality starting pitching.
Local and federal law enforcement officers from five different agencies, armed with a search warrant and a drug-sniffing dog, raided a south Corvallis apartment complex Thursday morning, takin…
Sydney Wiese wanted to be selected to wear the Red, White and Blue this summer, but she went to the Team USA tryouts a few weeks back with one goal: to learn from the experience.
Good news: Summer is on the horizon! And you know what that means — festival and fair season. Here’s a sneak peek at this year’s summer offerings, from the Lebanon Strawberry Festival to the N…
Imagine a world where every prediction from the 19th century came true — people fly to work on winged cars, monarchies are the dominant form of government — and mix it with mummies, enchanted …
“Look on every exit as being an entrance somewhere else.”
The music from dozens of flutes echoed into the crowd, off the roof of the Student Experience Center. It mixed with the murmur of conversation to create a discordant — slightly haunting — sound.
The Oregon State University Solar Vehicle Team has faced its share of crises in the past:
The silence of the crowd of more than 100 was broken occasionally by soft sniffling, as speakers read aloud the names of dozens of Benton County natives who had died while serving with the U.S…
Oregon State’s quest back to the College World Series will begin in Dallas against one of the most storied programs in college baseball history.
Pop, pop, pop, pop, pop.
Oregon State did just about all it could down the stretch to put itself in position to possibly host a baseball regional.
Mi Familia Weekend draws crowd of 400
CORVALLIS — “Quick hands! Quick hands!”
If the NCAA tournament selection committee wanted or needed a statement from the Oregon State baseball team, they certainly got it and then some from the Beavers the past two games.
EUGENE — A small but talented Crescent Valley boys contingent came up just short of what would have been the school’s first state team trophy in track and field.
LEBANON — Roger Munk of Lebanon and John Williams of rural Albany don’t dance to the beat of a different drummer … but they certainly pedal to it.
Almost in unison, the majority of the announced crowd of 3,006 in Goss Stadium rose to their feet when Andrew Moore got two strikes on Robbie Tenerowicz with two outs in the ninth inning Friday night.
The Corvallis Knights have pitched affordable family fun since relocating to the mid-valley nine years ago.
Downtown business owners, homeless shelter advocates and homeless people are working together to find a potential new location for the permanent homeless shelter in Corvallis.
A 17-year-old sped up to 95 mph and veered into oncoming traffic, causing a fatal car crash near Lebanon in April, and she repeatedly said in the aftermath of the wreck, “I did it on purpose. …
EUGENE — McKenna Henke was running a pace that was comfortable and was OK taking the lead deep into the race.
Some little kids got a chance to see big trucks and heavy equipment up close Thursday, and they were fascinated.