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OSU student falls to death at Neahkahnie Mountain

MANZANITA (AP) — A 21-year-old Oregon State University student died after plummeting from a popular viewpoint along the Oregon coast.

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Man stole daughter’s cookie money to pay for erotic massage

PORTLAND (AP) — Authorities say an Oregon man has been sentenced for stealing $700 of his daughter’s Girl Scout cookie money, using it to pay for an erotic massage and then staging a home invasion to cover up the theft.

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City finishes draining Starker Arts Park pond

The effort started on Saturday, as city of Corvallis workers started draining the pond at Starker Arts Park, part of a summertime project to redo the artificial pond so that it looks a bit more natural.

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Deputy’s funeral cortege passes through Corvallis

More than 50 law enforcement vehicles from all over the mid-valley formed an honor guard Monday afternoon to escort the body of a brother officer to a downtown Corvallis funeral home.

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Remembering Jerry Duerksen: Property manager, philanthropist dies at 72

Jerry Duerksen enjoyed river rafting. He enjoyed a lot of things — fishing, his family, working his property management business and helping out in the community.

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Police: Care provider used client’s credit card to buy shoes

A Corvallis in-home care provider accused of filching an elderly client’s credit card and using it to buy shoes was brought up on multiple charges in Benton County Circuit Court on Monday.

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Lebanon inmate dies at state prison

A Lebanon man has died in the custody of the Oregon Department of Corrections, according to a news release from the agency.

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Arraignments held in Corvallis sex sting case

Six of the seven men arrested last month in an anti-prostitution sting operation in Corvallis were formally charged on Monday in Benton County Circuit Court.

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Walmart set to open six days after chemical fire

The Walmart Superstore in Lebanon reopened on Monday, nearly a week after a chemical fire filled the store with toxic smoke and prompted evacuations.

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Committee approves budget, sends to Albany City Council; police still face shortfall

Several members of Albany’s Budget Committee boiled down Tuesday night’s budget vote to one question:

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