“Do your best, and next time, do better.” Such is the motto of Deschutes Brewery, a brewery deeply rooted in its home and community of Bend, Oregon. As the eighth-largest independent brewing company in the country, and 15th-largest brewing company overall, it comes as no surprise that the brewery is constantly working to improve. Aside from its […]
Oregon State University will require all students to self-report past felony convictions and registered sex offender status before enrolling for fall term but will not bar them from school activities unless they pose a safety risk, the university annou…
Corvallis Mayor Biff Traber used an interesting icebreaker Jan. 22 at the second meeting of the Imagine Corvallis Action Board, a new panel charged with implementing the city’s vision project.
GOVERNMENT CAMP (AP) — Rescuers reached more than a half-dozen climbers stranded by tumbling rocks and falling ice on Oregon’s tallest peak before expected heavy snow makes conditions even more treacherous. One climber fell to his death earlier Tuesday…
SALEM — Oregon’s Legislature took a step Tuesday toward enshrining the right to health care in the state Constitution, a move that would be unprecedented in the United States but raises serious funding questions.
Visit Corvallis, the tourism bureau that serves Corvallis and Benton County, is looking for new leadership.
SALEM — Oregon Governor Kate Brown has declared addiction a public health crisis in the state.
Oregon State University will hold three days of vaccination clinics this week in a bid to end an outbreak of meningococcal disease on campus.
The Angry Beaver Sports Grill in downtown Corvallis is more than just another sports bar where people can watch the big games or the Olympics, said owner Randy Holmes.
On a campus dominated by red brick and concrete, Oregon State University’s George W. Peavy Forest Science Center stands out.