It’s been nearly 73 years, but Philomath’s Don Bewley still remembers seeing the “bright red ball” of the Japanese flag fly overhead on the morning of Dec. 7, 1941, in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
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If allowed, a losing streak can gain momentum and pull a team deep into a psychological quagmire.
Dozens of families, musicians, generations and cultures came together in harmony Saturday morning during the “Peter and the Wolf” free public concert at the Corvallis-Benton County Public Library.
You never know what you might find at the Corvallis Outlet Store.
Mushrooms are slimy, possibly toxic and spring up out of nowhere, sometimes almost overnight.
PORTLAND — With the Trail Blazers off to a 4-3 start, LaMarcus Aldridge was asked to offer his early assessment of the team.
SEATTLE — As the rain started falling harder, a shower of Skittles joined the wet stuff pelting from the sky.
The Oregon State football season is in full downhill slide.
After weeks of beating up on each other in practice, players on the Oregon State women’s basketball team were ready to see a new opponent.
An unnamed investor plans to turn the Marysville Golf Course and an adjoining piece of vacant land on the southern edge of Corvallis into a housing development, but whoever it is will have to …
Sean Mannion expected a close one with Washington State.
SCIO — Traditional classrooms are OK and all, but given the choice, Rachel Sabatka of Albany would really rather learn in a barn.
CORVALLIS — It’s unlikely that a case of the Ebola virus will be identified any time soon in the mid-valley, says Larry Mullins, president and CEO of Samaritan Health Services.
Joseph Lee Richeson escaped with only bumps and bruises after his car went off Highway 20 and into the Willamette River on Friday morning. But the 30-year-old Corvallis man won’t avoid a charg…
Benton County Commissioner-elect Anne Schuster got a taste Friday of what her new job will entail.
Veterans Day won’t be officially celebrated until Tuesday, but the Reserve Officers Training Corps programs at Oregon State University marked the occasion a few days early.
BEND — On paper, the No. 16-seeded Corvallis High football team looked like a big underdog in its first-round OSAA 5A playoff game at top-seeded Mountain View.
Fate of student housing at Witham Oaks uncertain
The sanctuary at Life Community Church looks like many other churches: pastel colors on the walls and carpets, hardwood pews matching its elaborately molded staircase railings, and a simple wo…
There was a slightly different flavor to the Willamette Innovators Network Expo this year.
So what’s next for parking in Corvallis?
Stand-up comedian and SNL alum Dean Edwards goes for the laughs during Dad’s Weekend
Although the details of regulating retail pot sales in Oregon remain to be hashed out, Corvallis medical marijuana dispensaries are already thinking about expanding their businesses to cater t…
The Oregon State offensive line was looking for some good news.
The restoration of a downtown Corvallis landmark is making a splash around the state.
Doctors caring for Oregon State men’s basketball player Chai Baker decided he won’t be cleared to return to the playing floor.
When pianist Conrad Tao talks about essentially spending his life at the piano, it’s not much of an exaggeration: He started playing children’s songs on the piano when he was just 18 months ol…
Mustards, of all styles, colors, and flavors from “apricot” to “Zinfandel,” have become big business. Everybody is getting into the act, in large part, I think, because the prospect of opening…
So what was weird and unusual on Election Night 2014?