Pedestrian struck and killed by train on Wednesday


A pedestrian in downtown Corvallis was struck and killed by a passing train on Wednesday night, the Corvallis Police Department has confirmed. The investigation is ongoing and there are few details at this time.

Four in Oregon being monitored for Ebola


Four people in Oregon are being monitored by the Oregon Health Authority for possible exposure to the deadly Ebola virus, state officials said Thursday morning.

Mill City man arrested in Lebanon for February machete attack


A Mill City man was arrested Wednesday morning in connection with a Feb. 19 assault, the Linn County Sheriff’s Office announced in a Thursday press release.

Police respond to active shooter at Corvallis Foster Farms

Corvallis Police Department is responding to an active shooter situation at the Foster Farms facility on Northwest Eighth Street in Corvallis Thursday morning. 

Commissioners hear Crawfordsville area zoning arguments

Linn County Commissioners John Lindsey and Will Tucker have delayed until Aug. 6 a decision regarding a Sweet Home family’s 108-acre Crawfordsville Drive property.

Garlinghouse takes stand during Lebanon murder trial


Jason Garlinghouse, accused of murdering his wife last year in Lebanon, took the stand during his trial Monday and described his late wife as being abusive toward him and their children.

A piece of paradise that’s perfect for pinot noir


ALPINE – Neil and Sue Shay’s property in the foothills of the Coast Range seems straight out of a pastoral painting. The spread sits on a ridge, with views almost all around, and bluebirds and other feathered critters frequent the area.

The green way to sell a home: Corvallis woman uses energy report to help sell house


Since Jan. 1 the city of Portland has required a “home energy score” to be part of the documentation that a homeowner must include when selling a single-family home.

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