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OSP bomb squad disposes of device at Albany’s Periwinkle school playground


The Oregon State Police bomb squad disposed of a suspicious device on the Periwinkle Elementary School playground on Thursday night, said an Albany Police Department supervisor.

Terrebonne motorcyclist dies in crash east of Sweet Home


A Terrebonne motorcyclist was killed in a two-vehicle crash east of Sweet Home on Thursday afternoon, according to a news release from the Oregon State Police.

It’s all about the funk: Funk in the Forest festival returns Saturday to Corvallis


By this time, even Justin Schepige, the bassist and leader for the Corvallis funk band DTW, is getting a little confused about the origins of Funk in the Forest, the music festival that's scheduled for Saturday in Corvallis' Avery Park.

Memorial for plane crash victims Sunday


A memorial service for Steven Pasciak, 23, and Jacob Kelley, 22, who were killed last week in a plane crash near MacKenzie Bridge in Lane County, will be held at 4 p.m. Sunday at Mallard Creek Golf Course.

Cougar captured, put down near OSU’s Dunn Forest


State wildlife officials on Wednesday morning captured and killed a female cougar that reportedly stalked a jogger in the woods north of Corvallis last weekend, according to an Oregon Fish and Wildlife Department news release.

Teen arrested on attempted murder charge for knife incident at Lebanon High School property


A Lebanon teen has been arrested on an attempted murder charge after allegedly stabbing and slashing another teen with a knife on Saturday night near the Lebanon High School junior varsity baseball field.

Albany arson suspect charged in court


A man who allegedly poured gasoline on a doghouse and set it on fire on his family’s Albany property was charged with first-degree arson in Linn County Circuit Court on Tuesday afternoon.

OSU rakes in nearly $440M in research grants


Oregon State University research funding totaled $439.7 million during the most recent fiscal year, nearly matching the record tally of $441 million reached in 2017, the university announced on Tuesday.

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