Suspects Pose as Bell Ringers
CORVALLIS, Ore. ? If you?re giving money to Salvation Army bell ringers, Corvallis Police are warning you to be careful. That comes after the Safeway store on NE Circle Boulevard in Corvallis recently reported someone posing to be a bell ringer and collecting money. Corvallis police say they believe the crimes are also happening in ? Continue reading »
Willamette River Floods in Corvallis
CORVALLIS, Ore. ? The Willamette River rose about 10 feet during the weekend in Corvallis. At Willamette Park in south Corvallis, the parking lot is completely flooded, and the water is spilling into the park. Earlier Monday, the water completely covered the boat ramp. Paths throughout the park were also hidden under the river. Dozens ? Continue reading »
New Parking Pay Station in Corvallis
CORVALLIS, Ore. ? Some big changes are coming to the parking process in downtown Corvallis along the riverfront. On First Street sits a new parking pay station that accepts debit and credit cards. The City of Corvallis says the pay stations along First Street are getting old and will soon need to be replaced. But ? Continue reading »
Corvallis family cuts heating bills with help from nonprofit group
Ted Brekken pulled out his NW Natural bill and circled his gas usage for October.
Religion Calendar (Dec. 20)
Winter solstice worship: The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Corvallis, 2945 N.W. Circle Blvd., will offer Yule/winter solstice worship at 7 p.m. today, Saturday.
Police: Impostors posing as Salvation Army volunteers, pocketing money
If you dropped money into a Salvation Army bucket in Corvallis before 10 a.m., chances are your money went to the person ringing the bell and not to those in need.
Nominees announced for Celebrate Corvallis awards
Nearly 70 Corvallis individuals, businesses and organizations are in the running for awards at the 67th edition of Celebrate Corvallis.
Corvallis drone firm gets OK to do inspections for Shell
VDOS, a Corvallis-based drone operator, has received a big break from the Federal Aviation Administration.
Corvallis Primary School students donate nearly one ton of food
Corvallis Primary School students and their families donated over 1,880 pounds of food to help needy families in the valley this season.
Gary Andersen's hectic life as new Oregon State coach
CORVALLIS -- So little time, so much to do. The opportunity to sit back and take a deep breath hasn't yet arrived for Gary Andersen in the week since he was hired as Oregon State's football coach. "That will come Saturday," Andersen said Thursday during a 20-minute interview in the ...