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Forecasters say the Memorial Day weekend begins with a mostly cloudy day on Saturday, with highs around 66. Saturday night will be mostly cloudy as... [Read More]
Fundraiser supports valve turners... [Read More]
Corvallis student named to dean's list... [Read More]
Taoist meditation group: The group will meet at 9 a.m. Sunday at the First Alternative Natural Foods Co-op north store, 2855 NW Grant Ave. in... [Read More]
Reading today's article about the smoke that moved in yesterday, I was distressed to see that a small part of it was caused by a... [Read More]
The current House farm bill, which in a break from tradition was crafted only by Republicans, proposes changes to the food stamp program that are... [Read More]
Shortly after the Parkland shooting on Feb. 14, I was driving from Corvallis to Albany when I saw a sign on the side of the... [Read More]
The Santiam Christian High baseball team is headed to the 3A state semifinals after defeating visiting Cascade Christian 1-0 on Friday afternoon. [Read More]
Thank you, Dianne Roth, for the clear writing in your May 13 column about excessive speed on some Corvallis streets. I'll add an additional street... [Read More]
Loren Spivack, "Free Market Warrior," will speak to the Benton County Republican Women at noon on Tuesday, May 29 at New China Buffet, 1720 NW... [Read More]
I have been dismayed to see that once again, a vocal band of certain downtown property owners is objecting to the good-faith efforts of the... [Read More]
Briley Knight didn't have the kind of command he typically does on the mound, but the Crescent Valley High senior overcame some wildness when it... [Read More]
Philomath High School's softball team flexed its muscle a bit in an 8-4 state tournament victory Friday evening over Sweet Home. [Read More]
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Plans to site the men's cold weather shelter and two related social service agencies at a property on Southwest Second Street continue to spawn …... [Read More]
The Corvallis School Board is considering creating a new long-term calendar, hoping that the document could give members of the public a greater chance to... [Read More]
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