ODF Requests Another $40 Million to Cover Costs
Holiday helpers reveal some retail horror stories
Study Reveals Lower Unemployment Rate
Get to know Sheriff Jackson and his plans for Benton County?
Oregon Supreme Court Set to Decide
Merry Slugmas, everyone!
Help secure Corvallis’ rail future on Nov. 7
Field researcher spots first ever on Oregon soil
With 22,000 signatures to go, the Oregon Marriage Initiative is close to making the ballot for a November 2014 election.
Ever since Gelser’s announcement, many have been wondering one thing: who will fill her void once she’s gone? The answer so far seems to be unknown.
What’s small, red, and not so tasty? The scientific name is F. Cascadensis, but it’s Oregon’s (sort of) newest and wildest strawberry
This is something you’ve heard before: Oregon has a low population of church-going citizens, sitting as the 6th least religious state in the union, bested by Alaska, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont. Corvallis in particular sits in Benton County, which was found in 2003 to have the least number of religious individuals per-capita in […]
Until this week, activists in some Oregon counties were pushing to ban genetically modified crops, sometimes referred to as GMOs. Now, they are now looking at a statewide initiative. On Wednesday, Oregon lawmakers put the brakes on anti-GMO initiatives in four counties when they passed Senate Bill 863 this week. The bill prohibits local ordinances […]
You’re a new student to OSU or perhaps one that has been there for a while and you’re looking for a group or club to involve yourself in during your free time, but you’re a unique individual and sometimes your interests don’t exactly follow the typical and more mainstream culture. Those of you searching painstakingly […]
In the West, the vast majority of annual precipitation falls during the winter months. Most of it falls as snow in the mountains, where it’s conveniently stored in snowpacks. In the Willamette Valley, these snowpacks, once melted, provide the majority of our water during our dry summers—anywhere from 40 to 80 percent. Winter snowpack irrigates […]
Got a sense of adventure and want an inexpensive getaway? Then you might want to consider Airbnb.com or similar websites that provide an interesting alternative to hotels. The crux: you’re staying in an individual’s home, and subject to all of that person’s peculiarities or perks. You might have roommates, in the form of a cat, […]
Tempted to ride the wrong direction in a bike lane? Don’t do it! Bicycles are considered vehicles under Oregon Revised Statutes and cyclists are required to ride with the flow of traffic when riding in the street. Most Corvallis bicyclists obey traffic laws and practice safe riding, but some ride against the traffic flow, creating […]