Living in West Corvallis, it becomes obvious that further development here should be delayed until our roads are brought up to basic standards.
Outdoors recreation is big business in the mid-Willamette Valley and Oregon, and that should come as no surprise.
🎧 Can anything be done to save the Great Salt Lake? The future of the lake is this week's topic of the Utterly Moderate Podcast.
As youth mental health providers with a campus halfway between Corvallis and Albany and outpatient programs across the mid-valley, Trillium Family Services’ leadership appreciates the comprehensive Aug. 28 story “Mental health in schools.”
Since July 31, local members of the Bahá’í Faith have been alarmed by what the New York Times calls a “sweeping crackdown” on Bahá’ís in Iran — the country of the faith’s origin.
Following up on Ken Eklund’s excellent July 17 As I See It article “Assessing Our Trash Future,” here is the current Benton County landfill situation as I see it.
Corvallis, Benton County, is literally the “heart of the (Willamette) valley,” known for its fertile soil, clean air and water quality.
A Pulitzer Prize-winning scholar provides insight into the Pope’s actions during World War II.
As a retired board-certified physician trained in critical care medicine and whose practice covered almost five decades, I have seen and treated many women in intensive care for complications arising from pregnancy.
Check out modern homes in new communities around Corvallis
How do you create a thriving, humane society? What are the core assumptions, values and institutions that will lead to that outcome?
Oregon environmental regulators have issued a $2.7 million fine to an electric charging company over accusations it sold fraudulent credits through the agency's clean fuels program. Oregon Public Broadcasting reports the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality said Friday it discovered Thompson Technical Services, or TTS Charging, sold over $2 million in fraudulent credits. The program is designed to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the transportation sector. It provides credits to companies that produce transportation fuels like electricity or biofuels. Those companies can then sell credits to other companies in order for them to comply with state emissions rules. TTS Charging did not immediately respond to a request for comment from OPB.
A woman who was sexually assaulted by a Spokane police officer has filed a tort claim against the city of Spokane. KREM-TV reports the unnamed woman is seeking $1 million in damages from the city, alleging “red flags” related to now ex-police officer Nathan Nash's behavior were ignored. Nash was convicted in August on one count of third-degree rape and one count of second-degree rape in two separate incidents in which he was on duty. The woman intending to sue says in the claim that the city’s hiring, training, and supervision of Nash was inadequate and a proximate cause of her injuries. The city has about two months to respond to the claim.
Biologists working for the state of Washington have killed two members of the Leadpoint wolf pack this week in an effort to stop the pack from preying on cattle in Stevens County. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife said Thursday that an adult male wolf was killed on Tuesday and an adult female was killed on Wednesday. Agency director Kelly Susewind last week authorized the killing of up to two members of the pack. That was after WDFW documented five depredation events on cattle on private grazing lands since Aug. 22. Those attacks killed three head of livestock and injured two more. The agency said it has not documented any additional wolf depredations in the Leadpoint pack territory since Sept. 19.
Have you seen it? Police say look for damage to the passenger-side rear quarter panel.
The government called her a 'a serial fraudster.' Linn County pulled the plug on the beleaguered festival in 2018.
The suspect was on conditional release at the time of the alleged crime.
Here's how next year's program will look different.
The people who need it most can't always get in, say supporters who have hatched a plan of their own.
They belong to the League of Oregon Cities, which is supposed to lobby on their behalf, but they're feeling overshadowed by the bigger cities. Here's what they're doing about it.
A Yamhill County court has struck down the Newberg school board's 2021 ban on political signs, declaring it a violation of the state constitution's guarantees of free speech.