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F. King Alexander resigns amid outrage from OSU community


F. King Alexander has resigned from his position as Oregon State University’s president, effective April 1. 

Oregon surpasses 1.5 million vaccine jabs


Oregon reported on Sunday that it had surpassed 1.5 million jabs of COVID-19 vaccines in the fight against the disease.

Power outage impacting Corvallis area


Pacific Power is working on a power outage that is impacting more than 2,500 customers in the Corvallis area, according to the company.

Linn County sheriff makes arrest in child pornography case, investigation ongoing


A Sweet Home man was arrested on child pornography charges, Linn County Sheriff Jim Yon announced Tuesday.

OSU Board of Trustees to meet Wednesday; Alexander disputes allegations

This story has been updated to include OSU President F. King Alexander’s statements to the Faculty Senate.

Oregon’s 2020 political redistricting: Fuzzy math and absent maps


The fuzzy future of Oregon politics east of the Cascades was unveiled to the public last week: No diagrams, charts, data — really nothing tangible at all to show how new legislative and congressional districts should be drawn.

Highway 99E closed north of Brooks


Highway 99E is closed two miles north of Brooks at Waconda Road following a multi-vehicle crash involving a motorcycle, according to the Oregon Department of Transportation.

Budget no walk in the park for Albany Parks and Rec

When the world went silent as restaurants and retail shops closed to stem the spread of COVID-19, Albany’s parks only grew louder.

OSU gets permit for first-of-its-kind offshore wave energy research lab


Oregon State University received approval from the federal government for a first-of-its-kind wave energy research facility, the university announced Thursday.