There were at least five women wearing orange tutus as part of pumpkin costumes. Another three wore capes with pumpkins on them and orange and black garlands on their shirts. One runner wore a…
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The only thing missing from Albany’s 150th birthday party Sunday afternoon at City Hall was a pony, but as one of the hundreds of party-goers noted, there was a magician who made up for that.
It’s hard to be disappointed with a draw against the top-ranked team in the country, but that might best describe the feeling for the Oregon State men’s soccer team on Sunday.
Tim Kreta still remembers the warm greeting he received from the Greek community in Lewisburg after traveling hundreds of miles from Alaska to attend school at Western Oregon University.
Elizabeth Prevish knew it could be tough to find a house to rent in Corvallis, but she had no idea just how hard it would be when she decided to relocate from Redmond in May.
Sunday nights are hectic for Oregon State scout team offense coach Keaton Kristick.
It’s been a long path for Oregon State University biology professor Dee Denver, working to identify the common ground between science and Buddhism — and a Monday presentation on the topic is j…
PORTLAND — Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber said Friday he was hurt when his fiancee revealed she entered into a fraudulent marriage with an immigrant in 1997, and he rejected his election challenge…
A longtime downtown Corvallis vitamin and health supplement store is going out of business, and owner Wesley Stoker admits he has mixed feelings about it.
Oregon State got the reinforcement Friday night that it belongs on the same court with the Pac-12 Conference’s best volleyball teams.
Lavonte Barnett just needed to get on the field at defensive end.
Benton could recover $2.5 million in back taxes, but some issues still not settled
Rick Steves, the author and host of PBS’s long-running travel show, “Rick Steves’ Europe,” made a stop in Corvallis on Thursday as part of his six-day, 10-city tour promoting passage of Measur…
The reward for Philomath Elementary School’s students who met their goals in the school’s summer reading program was kept secret until last week, when Principal Cindy Golston announced the rew…
DALLAS — It was a night where both teams didn’t have much success slowing down the other’s offense.
Over the first three days of practice, there was a focus unlike anything previously seen for Scott Rueck’s Oregon State women’s basketball program.
PORTLAND — Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber's fiancee admitted Thursday that she violated the law when she married an immigrant seeking to retain residency in the United States.
A teen charged with a murder, as well as a rape, that occurred during a spree of Albany nighttime burglaries also is the suspect in the April 23 robbery of the Philomath Market, according to a…
Chia Hui Shen combines the practice of classical music with visual art in her exhibit ‘Imperfect Perfection’
The number of Benton County schools to be ranked in the top 10 percent of Oregon schools has dropped by half, according to school report cards released today by the Oregon Department of Education.
Mark Rampton’s first trip to Haiti was four days after the Jan. 12, 2010, earthquake that killed more than 200,000 people.
It’s tough to prepare for any of the starting quarterbacks in the Pac-12 Conference this season.
A Corvallis man accused of criminally negligent homicide in the wake of a fatal head-on collision on Highway 20 in August has agreed to plead guilty.
A 70-year-old man was hospitalized on Wednesday afternoon after his Ford pickup struck an SUV, then smashed into a parked truck, flipped it over and into a lawn, and came to rest on top of tha…
Whether hitting the trail or a dinner at home with the family, enjoy the versatility of wraps
The weather lately might feel more like summer than October, but for a 160-year-old tree in Avery Park, it definitely was fall.
Tuesday was a special day in Cherie Taylor’s horticulture class at College Hill Alternative High School: Because Tuesday’s class marked the fourth week of the class, students with perfect atte…
Crescent Valley High’s Jonah Gates got a bit of redemption on Tuesday night when he finally was able to break through against Corvallis goalkeeper Leo Monrroy.
Art Robinson wants to go to Congress, but if elected, he promises mid-valley voters he won’t stay long.
Panel suggests letting Parks & Rec run theater while taking bids for new operator