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July 30th, 2014

Refreshing breezes, a newly air conditioned exhibit hall and even nine new hand-washing stations helped to take the sizzle Wednesday out of the first day of the four-day run of the 101st Bento…

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It all happened in about five seconds. All of a sudden, Corvallis’ Cressey Merrill, who will turn 6 this Sunday, had two gigantic new friends.

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While poking around New York City’s Museum of Natural History one summer, my husband and I realized lunch time was upon us and we were mighty hungry. From our third-floor location, we were dir…

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Weatherford Hall is one of Oregon State University’s most recognizable buildings — an elegant residential structure built in 1928 in the heart of campus. Its distinctive arch brings to mind th…

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At 80 years, Johnston and wife Erma were Oregon's longest-married couple

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Soup kitchen program cuts loose from churches for own nonprofit status

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July 29th, 2014

It’s no secret ... Oregon State quarterback Sean Mannion’s not a running quarterback.

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A cookie from Taylor Street Ovens is iconic enough to make our list on its own. The cookies there are just plain good. The bakery’s most popular product, they are distributed through Market of…

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Don and Jane Thaw have lived through two world wars and found their own paradise in their 73 years together

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The K-9 officer that the Corvallis Police Department called Xar has 80 criminal apprehensions to his name, and has won numerous awards for his police skills.

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July 28th, 2014

Getting to the state tournament has been the goal of Corvallis Gerding Builders.

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CASCADIA — After 22 days apart, Lori Davis and Patrick Milligan of Scio were reunited Sunday with Madison, their female bull mastiff, thanks to several good Samaritans and volunteers with Linn…

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LOCATION: Corvallis

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Every few minutes along Western Boulevard in Corvallis these days, trucks move in and out of the construction site of a large private student housing project.

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The McDonald Forest north of town is a living combination of recreational wonderland and learning center.

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The Benton County Jail was built in 1976, replacing a facility that dated from 1929. It had room for 27 inmates and was intended as a stopgap measure, designed to last only until the state bui…

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The parking lot was full. Everywhere people were setting up tents, and more than a hundred people were bustling through the livestock areas assembling cages.

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July 27th, 2014

When Mike Riley emerges with his football team from the tunnel at Reser Stadium on the afternoon of Aug. 30, he will begin his 14th season leading the program.

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When Mike Riley emerges with his football team from the tunnel at Reser Stadium on the afternoon of Aug. 30, he will begin his 14th season leading the program.

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BROWNSVILLE — Marilyn Grimes wasn’t happy about a proposal by the city of Brownsville to require everyone in town to sign up for garbage service.

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BROWNSVILLE — Marilyn Grimes wasn’t happy about a proposal by the city of Brownsville to require everyone in town to sign up for garbage service.

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July 26th, 2014

Danny Grigsby was looking for a new athletic outlet.

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Danny Grigsby was looking for a new athletic outlet.

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Aaron Ojeda is back home.

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Aaron Ojeda is back home.

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The magnificent canopy of London Plane sycamore trees, which nearly forms a tunnel up Southwest Jefferson Avenue, were no accident of nature.

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The magnificent canopy of London Plane sycamore trees, which nearly forms a tunnel up Southwest Jefferson Avenue, were no accident of nature.

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Gov. John Kitzhaber toured NuScale Power’s Corvallis offices on Friday and called nuclear power a potentially important element of a low-carbon future — but added it’s still “a little too earl…

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Gov. John Kitzhaber toured NuScale Power’s Corvallis offices on Friday and called nuclear power a potentially important element of a low-carbon future — but added it’s still “a little too earl…

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July 25th, 2014

David Lin has pulled the plug on his ambitious restaurant and nightclub venture at 413 S.W. Jefferson Ave.

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David Lin has pulled the plug on his ambitious restaurant and nightclub venture at 413 S.W. Jefferson Ave.

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We can’t be sure just when the phrase “Pretty please with a cherry on the top” came into vogue, but it was after 1920, and it had a lot to do with the inventiveness of a horticulture professor…

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We can’t be sure just when the phrase “Pretty please with a cherry on the top” came into vogue, but it was after 1920, and it had a lot to do with the inventiveness of a horticulture professor…

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In a world of iPhones and social media, the Corvallis Parks and Recreation Department has hosted a series of events this summer that are decidedly low-tech.

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In a world of iPhones and social media, the Corvallis Parks and Recreation Department has hosted a series of events this summer that are decidedly low-tech.

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First stop on 1,800-mile motorcycle tribute ride honors fallen Philomath soldier

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First stop on 1,800-mile motorcycle tribute ride honors fallen Philomath soldier

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July 24th, 2014

How a solar storm two years ago nearly caused a catastrophe on Earth Missed it by *that much*.

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This week at Imagine Coffee, three very different people will share the same spotlight: the French painter Georges Braque, frenzied and crazed over a squirrel; deaf and mute Aunt Dorothy who r…

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This week at Imagine Coffee, three very different people will share the same spotlight: the French painter Georges Braque, frenzied and crazed over a squirrel; deaf and mute Aunt Dorothy who r…

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Sherwood Forest is in trouble. Not only is the dastardly Sheriff of Nottingham squeezing the people for taxes, he’s also scheming to turn their homes into Sherwood Forest Estates.

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Sherwood Forest is in trouble. Not only is the dastardly Sheriff of Nottingham squeezing the people for taxes, he’s also scheming to turn their homes into Sherwood Forest Estates.

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NEWPORT – The rapid loss of sea stars along the US west coast may be caused in part by environmental changes, and not solely by a specific pathogen as many had previously thought. This new hypothesis emerged from a recent symposium on sea star wasting syndrome (SSWS) hosted at Oregon State University’s Hatfield

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On average, it rains 161 days a year in Corvallis, but that has not deterred residents from whole-heartedly embracing the potential in solar power and — more specifically — buying and installi…

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On average, it rains 161 days a year in Corvallis, but that has not deterred residents from whole-heartedly embracing the potential in solar power and — more specifically — buying and installi…

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For kids entering kindergarten, summer course eases their transition into school

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For kids entering kindergarten, summer course eases their transition into school

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PORTLAND (AP) — Low-income Oregon residents were supposed to be big winners after the state expanded Medicaid under the federal health care overhaul and created a new system to improve the car…

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PORTLAND (AP) — Low-income Oregon residents were supposed to be big winners after the state expanded Medicaid under the federal health care overhaul and created a new system to improve the car…

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July 23rd, 2014

A man died Wednesday morning in an apartment fire at 417 Sixth Ave. S.E., across the street from Swanson Park.

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