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In this photo provided by Community Outreach Inc., a medical worker is seen filling out documents.

Local volunteer organization offers free medical care

Emma Coke, News Contributor
August 9, 2022

Corvallis-based organization, Community Outreach Inc., offers free or discounted primary and acute medical care to those who are uninsured and underinsured within the Linn-Benton County area. COI, which...

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Nearly 75 monkeypox cases in Oregon; how to stay informed, get tested

Adriana Gutierrez, News Contributor
August 4, 2022

The World Health Association has declared Monkeypox a public health emergency of international concern, as the virus continues to spread across the United States and in five counties in Oregon.  As...

Corvallis Planning Commission Senior Planner Rian Amiton examining and discussing possi-
ble zoning for downtown at Corvallis City Hall on July 25.

New zoning structure downtown aims to help commercial development

Adriana Gutierrez, News Contributor
August 1, 2022

Downtown Corvallis might look much different in coming years, as city planners are working to implement mixed-use development zoning, allowing for buildings to serve commercial, retail, entertainment and...

United States political parties, depicted with a donkey and elephant for the Democratic and Republican parties respectively, fight over the nation. “The larger polarization of politics is being
reflected in the court right now,” said Oregon State University Associate Professor of Political Science Sarah Henderson.

Misa: Two sides in America, and neither is winning

Sam Misa, Columnist
August 1, 2022

I think it’s fair to say that regardless of your political views, the state of the United States government at this moment in time is deeply flawed. Now why is that? The many issues plaguing...

Farmer Beth Hoinacki of GoodFoot Farm takes stock and inventory of organic produce on July 16 at the Farmers’ Market in Corvallis, Ore. GoodFoot
Farm is certified in biodynamic and organic farming practices and is self-labeled as a diversified market farm.

Abnormal spring weather leads to shortages at Corvallis Farmers’ Market

Lara Rivera & Haley Stark
August 1, 2022

Following an unusually wet and cold spring, signs throughout the Corvallis Farmers’ Market warn of possible delays and shortages in produce. Many vendors described difficulties adjusting to the...

A 7-Eleven store on 746 NW Kings Blvd. in Corvallis, Ore. Last October, three men were allegedly involved in a bias crime assault outside the convenience store; two suspects are set for preliminary hearings next month and the third set for trial in January 2023.

Update: Preliminary hearings set for two suspects in bias crime assault case; third suspect scheduled for trial

Sukhjot Sal, News Reporter
July 20, 2022

Preliminary hearings have been set for Aug. 23 for Kyle Rackley and Riley Westbrooks, two of the three suspects allegedly involved in a bias crime assault at a 7-Eleven in Corvallis, Ore. last October.  After...

Simon Date and developers began the creation of a community app in July of this year for
the City of Corvallis. The app places information about activities, food, and more in the hands of community members and visitors alike.

Experience Corvallis app aims to foster a better community between Corvallis residents, businesses

Adriana Gutierrez, News Contributor
July 5, 2022

Choosing between the multitude of restaurants, stores and activities available in Corvallis, Ore. has been made much easier with the launch of Experience Corvallis, a community app spearheaded...

A photo illustration of a thermometer in front of the Benton County Courthouse on June 29 in
Corvallis, Ore. Despite the recent heavy precipitation thoughout this spring, experts maintain that
preparedness is essential for this upcoming wildfire season.

Oregon’s spring precipitation expected to have low impact on fire season

Haley Stark, News Contributor
July 5, 2022

Despite temperatures beginning to rise for the summer, many Oregonians are optimistic that 2022’s high levels of precipitation will reduce wildfires in the state. Following the dry spell that led...

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Defense presents counteroffers for prosecution to review in bias assault crime trial

Sukhjot Sal, News Reporter
June 21, 2022

Two of the three suspects allegedly involved in a bias crime assault at a 7-Eleven in Corvallis, Ore. in October appeared virtually in court with attorneys on June 21 to present counteroffers to the prosecution’s...


The outside of the Corvallis Arts Center on May 12. The CAC building used to be a church and is over 100 years old, and the center features classes, residency for artists-to-be, a gallery and community events.

The Corvallis Arts Center will host Arts Alive in person for the first time since 2019

Hayden Lohr, News Reporter
June 6, 2022

The Corvallis Arts Center is a local arts center that features classes and residency for artists-to-be and a gallery; this year will be the first since the COVID-19 pandemic that they will host Arts Alive...

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