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Today’s Calendar: Thursday, May, 23

Toddler Storytime. Corvallis-Benton County Public Library, 645 NW Monroe Ave., Corvallis. 10:30 a.m. Free. Songs, stories, and rhymes ideal ...

Voters Pass $29 Million Corvallis Levy

Today, voters passed the $29 million property tax levy aimed primarily at keeping library and parks department services at their current lev...

Oregon Cap and Trade Moves Forward

House Bill 2020 (HB 2020), Oregon’s expansive cap-and-trade bill, passed out of the Joint Carbon Reduction Committee along party lines in an...

Juvenile Justice Bill Advances to Final Vote

Senate Bill 1008 (SB 1008), a bill which would reform the mandatory referral of juveniles to be tried as adults for serious crimes, has passed out of committee...

Sex Assault Rising in Corvallis

Sexual assault and domestic violence have increased at an alarming rate in Oregon over the past few years. As April marked National Sexual Assault Awareness M...

Advocate Livability Levy Endorsement

We are a firm “Yes” on Measure 2-123, known as the “Livability Levy.” Since this is coming quickly on the heels of last year’s School Facility Bond, and the Co...

Nature Alert: Swallows

In the Willamette Valley, we are fortunate to have a plethora of swallow species that share our home on the landscape while breeding from spring to fall. Some...

Bianca Curtin: Suffrage at 16

The term “young people,” whether referring to children, teenagers or young adults, is being used less as a synonym for naivete and more often to identify an i...

Voices of Youth: Climate Activists

Cheyanne Rico Back in March, Corvallisites came together to protest humanity’s negligence toward our planet. Gathering on Oregon State University’s Memori...

Oregon Regulates Herbicide Lethal To Trees

The Oregon Department of Agriculture (ODA) issued new regulations on Thursday, May 9, restricting the use of an herbicide found to be responsible for the death...