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Games, gamers and gardening are a taste of what’s to come in February

Games, gamers and gardening are a taste of what’s to come in February

Wes Flow, News Contributor
February 2, 2023

In 2023’s second month, residents of Corvallis can look forward to more Oregon State University sports, a gaming convention, and opportunities to learn about gardening among other February events both...

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Incident on 4th street leaves vehicle wedged between road and overpass Wednesday night

Wes Flow , News Contributor
January 27, 2023

A semi truck hauling cars made its delivery earlier than expected on Wednesday night when one vehicle of its car cargo became wedged under an overpass on 4th St. According to Lieutenant Gabriel Sapp...

Guardian Games opening new location in Corvallis

Guardian Games opening new location in Corvallis

David Li, News Contributor
January 27, 2023

In the spring of this year, Guardian Games will be opening a new location in downtown Corvallis, where the former location of the Many Hands Trading store was. Guardian Games is based in Portland, where...

Corvallis Sister Cities Association to hold presentation, Ethiopian dinner to support Gondar

Corvallis Sister Cities Association to hold presentation, Ethiopian dinner to support Gondar

Wes Flow , News Contributor
January 25, 2023

The Corvallis Sister Cities Association is hosting A Taste Of Ethiopia, an event with Ethiopian food and a CSCA presentation, at the First Congregational United Church of Christ on Sunday. The event...

New Corvallis Chief of Police outlines goals after first few weeks

New Corvallis Chief of Police outlines goals after first few weeks

David Li, News Contributor
January 24, 2023

Corvallis Police Chief Jason Harvey has assumed his duties as the new chief of police since late December, and set goals for the future of the department heading into his second month. Harvey plans...

Pair of buildings evacuated due to fire alarms, one fire confirmed

Pair of buildings evacuated due to fire alarms, one fire confirmed

Wes Flow, News Contributor
January 22, 2023

Two residential buildings in Corvallis were evacuated due to fire alarms over the weekend, with one reportedly sustaining damage in a fire. The first incident began on the night of Jan. 20 at Sierra...

CARDV’s Community Educator, Jacob Stewart poses inside CARDV Corvallis on January 6, 2023 in Corvallis, Ore. Stewart works with educators and students with the goal of preventing domestic violence before it happens.

Men’s Coalition teaches community healthy masculinity

Katie Livermore , News Reporter
January 17, 2023

In a world where male perpetrators make up the vast majority of abusers towards women, individuals in the Corvallis community are finding ways to end cycles of violence. A group of individuals from...

From markets to a half-marathon, Corvallis residents can look forward to plenty of events in 2023

Wes Flow, News Contributor
January 17, 2023

With a new year comes new opportunities, and there will be plenty of events both on campus and around town for Oregon State University students and Corvallis residents in 2023. The 2023 season of the...

Salem For Refugees expands to Corvallis

Salem For Refugees expands to Corvallis

Haley Stark , News Reporter
January 13, 2023

Salem for Refugees has announced a co-sponsorship with Corvallis for Refugees, a new program helmed by Chris McQueen set to begin this year.  Formed in 2016 as an alternative to religion-based resettlement...

Corvallis annual Beatlesfest returns this Friday following three year hiatus

Corvallis annual Beatlesfest returns this Friday following three year hiatus

Katie Livermore , Reporter
January 12, 2023

The Corvallis Folklore Society will hold its annual Beatlesfest for the first time in three and a half years this Friday at the First United Methodist Church. According to Mark Weiss, Coordinator for...

Illustration depicts crab larvae and krill being eaten by fish.

Oregon State Receives $4.2 Million for Climate Change Research on Marine Species

Nino Paoli, News Contributor
January 6, 2023

Oregon State University received a $4.2 million federal grant to research climate change impacts on key marine species and have begun the four-year-long study, which spans multiple departments.  The...

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