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Is Trump relying on American consumers to save the economy from recession?


WASHINGTON — As President Trump considers tax cuts to bolster a weakening economy and his reelection prospects, the financial wild card may be the American consumer.

Polk County continues search for missing inner tuber near Buena Vista Ferry crossing


The Polk County Sheriff’s Office continued its search on Sunday for a missing woman who disappeared while floating on the Willamette River near the Buena Vista Ferry the previous afternoon.

Authorities searching for cougar north of Corvallis, Dunn Forest remains closed


Dunn Forest north of Corvallis remained closed on Sunday, the day after a visitor reported an encounter with an aggressive cougar.

New year, new leader: Melissa Goff settles into superintendent seat


On a rainy Thursday morning in the last breath of summer, the gym at Timber Ridge Elementary School was alive with the sounds of an old-fashioned pep rally. Class T-shirts and school pride filled the bleachers. And although the participants haven’t bee...

Willamette Speedway restarts its engines


Fans cheered Friday night as the smell of exhaust filled the air and cars raced round and round, drowning out conversation but lifting spirits as the Willamette Speedway roared back to life.

Albany tow truck driver cited with assault for crash last week


An Albany tow truck driver was cited for third-degree assault and reckless driving last week after operating his rig unlawfully and crashing head-on into another motorist's vehicle and injuring her, according to Oregon State Police logs.

OSU tailgating: Beaver fans optimistic about 2019 squad


An optimistic group of Beaver fans was gathered in the tailgate zones Friday night at Reser Stadium before the football opener against Oklahoma State.

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