Cathy Ingalls was a no-nonsense news reporter with a compassionate heart and a great sense of humor, her friends and former colleagues said.
This is the harrowing tale of how an Albany man rushed to Ukraine to help his fiancé escape war.
When Albany resident Randy Jelen wanted to respond to the atrocities in Ukraine, words failed him.
He's also a fire marshal with the Lebanon Fire District. Here's where he's going.
In an African country thousands of miles from his hometown of Corvallis, Adam Burgess hopes to make a difference with the Peace Corps.
Oregon artist Tatyana Ostapenko paints the historically disempowered people of her homeland — post-Soviet Ukraine — and is now donating 100% of every piece sold to GlobalGiving’s Ukraine Crisis Relief Fund.
Lebanon’s medical school has a new top administrator after Western University of Health Sciences named Robin Farias-Eisner, a long-time Los Angeles surgeon and cancer researcher, its president.
Volunteers and soldiers on Ukraine's front lines need body armor, water filters and tourniquets. Misha Zyryanov, a Corvallis man who grew up in the town's sister city of Uzhhorod, Ukraine, said nice words — prayers and economic sanctions — aren't enough for the people in the path of Russia's…
Albany City Councilor Ray Kopczynski wasn’t looking for a job when he walked into the historic carousel one autumn day in 2019, he said, but he saw the smiles.
Adam Sedlack uses the time to ponder how what he learned at the Boys & Girls Club of Albany is serving him today.
CHS alum receives degree
LBCC celebrates incoming students
Albany student makes honor roll
Albany woman makes honor roll
Santiam Christian grad makes dean's list
CSC awards $2 million for housing