COVID-19 has disrupted just about everything this year, including holiday traditions, but the spirit of giving lives on.
A lioness previously rescued from “Tiger King” Joe Exotic’s big cat park was treated for a uterine infection at Oregon State University on Monday.
With COVID-19 infection rates rising rapidly in Oregon, Gov. Kate Brown said Wednesday that at least 21 counties, including Linn and Benton, will stay in a modified version of the two-week "freeze" […]
Like horses at the starting gate, the better conservative pundits are galloping off to the next thing, which is really an old thing: the culture wars. But what a nice change from having to negotiate […]
Thanksgiving brings about a ritual of self-assessment for many residents, often performed out loud at the dinner table in response to a simple prompt: “What are you thankful for this year?”
Linn County Commissioners Roger Nyquist, John Lindsey and Will Tucker hope to be able to assist small business owners affected by the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions by early December, they agreed […]
DEAR ABBY: Recently, I kindly and lovingly gave my daughter some feedback on how she berates her husband in front of my 8-year-old grandson. I told her I didn't want him to grow up thinking that's […]
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About 9% more of the high school students in Greater Albany Public Schools are failing a class compared to this time last year.
The Corvallis Community Christmas Parade, one of the mid-valley's most popular holiday traditions, will not take place this season because of the coronavirus.
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It felt like you were entering a Bond or Bourne film. The door was unlocked and whap! — you were face to face with enough monitors and computer screens to track a butterfly sneezing in Texas.
This week's local crime and court updates from Gazette-Times.
WASHINGTON — When caught with his mask down, California Gov. Gavin Newsom knows how to apologize and admit that he has sinned.
Get a recap of Tuesday's local news stories from Lebanon Express.
This week's local crime and court updates from Lebanon Express.
SALEM — The Oregon Knights of Columbus will sponsor a religious freedom rally starting at 1 pm. Saturday at the State Capitol.
Dan Nelson wants to grab your attention with his landscaping, and for the better part of 20 years he’s been doing just that with his eye-catching plantings at the Dutch Bros coffee kiosk at […]
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Thursday is Thanksgiving Day. Here is a list of holiday schedules and closures:
Read through the obituaries published in Lebanon Express
This year’s Albany Veterans Day Parade may have been scaled back due to COVID-19, but the event still rates a flyover by military fighter jets.
There's still time to register for the Gobbler’s Revenge, a trio of Thanksgiving benefit running events that raise money for the Corvallis Lions Club.
The two Democratic candidates for Benton County commissioner emerged as clear winners Tuesday night in unofficial returns as the county’s first-in-the-state ranked choice voting system got its […]
Oregon State University recently announced names of students who made the summer term scholastic honor roll.
After working in newsrooms for most of my 31 years in professional journalism, it seems like there was always that one reporter who really pounded the keys on their computer (or in the early days, […]
This was to be expected.
We’re seeing an increased level of activity around town as the schoolchildren head back to class and families make a final summer run to the coast. Within our city government, an interesting […]