A big thank-you to the Corvallis and Philomath fire departments for putting on the drive-through open house Oct. 9 at the Benton County Fairgrounds.
I didn’t vote for Alek Skarlatos in 2020, but in 2022, there’s yet another reason to oppose him: his illegal campaign finance dealings.
A recent letter writer seems to be aghast at the cost of Biden’s “Build Back Better” initiative.
Have you, sometime in your life, worked on a project of your own choosing — something you’d alter your life plans for?
Linus Pauling Middle School physical education teachers need your help.
On Oct. 7, Philomath took its fifth-grade students on a field trip to the Benton County Museum in downtown Corvallis.
Thank you for the article in the Sept. 26 issue titled “Jailbreak shines light on mass incarceration of Palestinians.”
This year has been stressful for all due to the COVID-19 pandemic, especially for those who have had a relative or close friend seriously ill …
The night of Oct. 8, I again saw the picture of the governor of Texas signing his abortion bill.
On Aug. 24, Mr. England mentioned horses and water and the GOP (“Stupidity is a terminal disease”).
I'd like to point out some misleading statements in Mr. Gourley’s letter of Oct. 6 (“Feds can’t manage money, don’t try”).
One evening a year, Halloween-costumed children come to your door disguised as scary or cute avatars hoping you will give them a small treat.
I am a proud lifelong Oregonian.
As I read and watch today’s activities, I am reminded of my mother’s admonition: If you don’t have anything positive to say, keep your mouth shut.
At a recent rodeo I attended, I watched a bronco bucking all over the arena.
Thank you for publishing the article “Jailbreak shines light on mass incarceration of Palestinians” by Joseph Krauss and Jack Jeffery on Sept. 25.