The mid-valley is mourning the loss of David Dowrie, a longtime volunteer and public servant who died last month at the age of 77.
Voters overwhelmingly approved a renewal of Benton County's public safety and health local option property tax levy for the sixth time.
Benton County is taking a public safety and health levy to the voters for the sixth time.
Life in the mid-valley has changed utterly with the arrival of the coronavirus.
Joel Hirsch, who served four terms as an outspoken, colorful member of the Corvallis City Council. has died at the age of 61.
In his Oct. 17 letter, John Brenan said he needed answers before he could support Measure 2-124. I would like to help, as best I can within th…
“911 … what is your emergency?”
When someone calls 911, they expect a response. And our emergency services dispatchers want to respond, immediately. But our system is so over…
Sometimes in a democracy it’s a matter of who shows up and votes.
The effort to form a 911 emergency services taxing district for Benton County is in the home stretch.
Rocio Munoz is a Corvallis community activist with a kindergartner and a fourth grader at Garfield Elementary School in Corvallis. For her, th…
The city of Corvallis is taking a third run at persuading voters to pay for city services via a property tax levy.
Corvallis City Manager Mark Shepard will submit a $169 million spending plan for the 2019-20 fiscal year to the city’s Budget Commission next …
The Red, White and Blue Riverfront Festival, which has been a summer staple in Corvallis for 25 years, has been discontinued.
Voters in the Corvallis School District are passing judgment on a $200 million facilities bond, with results due Tuesday night.
The total solar eclipse on Aug. 21, 2017 was a boon for local businesses, with visitors booking every hotel room in the area, eating in restau…
There’s an acronym for when someone calls to report a problem with a rental bike to Peak Sports in Corvallis: JRA.