The Oregon Health Authority reported 393 new confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases on Thursday, bringing the state’s total to 160,622.
A Zoom meeting to address questions about Benton County’s “extreme risk” status for COVID-19 will take place at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Oregon Sta…
For the first time in at least two decades, it appears the Benton County Sheriff’s Office will be led by someone from outside the agency’s ranks.
Charlie Fautin got into nursing to see the world, but in the end his travels led him to find a home in Oregon.
Benton County is moving into the “extreme risk” category effective Friday, joining neighboring Linn County in the highest level of COVID-19 re…
Oregon State University is still searching for a police chief as it nears its winter deadline to replace contracted state troopers with its own campus law enforcement agency.
Kayla Margie Carter may enter a plea in lieu of going to trial for her daughter's death and injuries caused to the other driver in a fatal 2019 car crash.
Faculty will teach through distance learning on Wednesday while the school’s plumbing is checked and fixed. Attendance will still be taken.
A Corvallis woman charged with negligence in the death of her teenage daughter following a car crash last year is set to begin her trial on Monday.
Corvallis schools are putting the finishing touches on their coronavirus-preventative makeovers, while faculty and staff continue to hone their teaching methods for the — albeit tentative — return of pupils in three weeks.
From local charities to farmers, volunteers willing to tend to human and animal needs alike stepped up Saturday to keep the momentum of mid-va…
Many home improvement stores, plant nurseries, appliance shops and more have remained open as essential businesses — and business is bustling.
Pet adoptions throughout the mid-valley haven’t paused during the COVID-19 pandemic. They’ve been encouraged.
United through a Facebook group, Corvallis residents hosted a webinar Thursday night with local healthcare leaders addressing the mid-valley’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.