About 80 miles east of the Linn County Courthouse, an expanse of blue-green trees gives way to jagged Cascade peaks that burst clouds, channel rivers and form the crown of a could-be national monument.
Continuing its borrowing spree, Benton County announced Friday, Aug. 5 it would take out an $8 million loan for a new District Attorney’s Office as part of its $50 million new courthouse.
Once scheduled for a summer opening, the $25 million intermodal center is now eying mid-October.
It turns out, the Corvallis property where Benton County officials want to put their new justice campus — complete with a courthouse, jail and more — isn't zoned for government buildings.
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Lebanon’s fire department has unveiled plans for the building that will replace its nearly 50-year-old headquarters station by early 2024.
Councilors' priorities are not Mark Shepard's priorities, and that has him fearing the city's ability to provide services.
A youth group supports a resolution that draws a direct connection between climate change and housing insecurity, a pair of hot topics in Corvallis.
A ballot on the Nov. 8 election will ask voters to consider an all-out ban.
Albany First Christian Church rallies behind healthcare for all.
COVID-19 outbreak reporting will focus on "high consequence settings," which don't include schools, workplaces or child care centers.
Following a closed-door meeting Friday, July 29, Benton County officials voted unanimously to make a last and best offer of $5,477,700 for a North Corvallis property eyed for a new justice campus.
A proposed change that would limit temporary port-a-potty permits to 90 days will come back in August.
Lebanon Mayor Paul Aziz will not file for re-election.
With all eyes on Oregon, the foundation of the program has to be rooted in safety and access, he said, adding for many who are suffering, the current options just don’t work.
Here are the calculations if you live outside city limits but near Albany, Sweet Home and in Santiam Canyon.
Albany city council discusses the legalization of psilocybin mushrooms.
Councilors say Jan. 2 is too soon to allow the psychedelic's use in therapy in their city.
When a local business owner opened a café in downtown Albany, he wanted to create a gathering space for the community — but not everyone has welcomed his business with open arms.
It's a substitute for 911. Here's how it's being used and how the counties hope to staff it someday.
With state legalization of hallucinogenic psilocybin mushrooms for therapeutic and religious uses, city governments such as Corvallis are asking what actions they can take.
For now, the small Linn County city devises a Plan A, Plan B and Plan C and hopes for state or federal funding.
Instead, the county will borrow the money. But that doesn't mean voters won't see a bond measure.
Thinking about running? Here's what you need to know.
Sidestepping standard operating procedure, a Corvallis city councilor called for a vote on home energy scores, an issue previously tabled until September.
The Oregon Health Authority is limiting who gets the Novavax. Here's who qualifies.
The 120-square-foot sanctuaries give the occupants a break from homelessness and a chance to get back on their feet.
Thirty new beds would be available for a different kind of client.