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NW Monroe Avenue was blocked off Tuesday afternoon following a gas leak due to a natural gas line being struck accidentally during construction on the street. The gas line was shut off by 5:15 p.m. and officials say the street will be closed to through traffic until late Tuesday night.

Natural gas leak shuts down Monroe Avenue

The Baro Staff
September 14, 2021

An underground natural gas line near NW Monroe Avenue and NW 25th Street in Corvallis was punctured at about 3 p.m. on Tuesday while a construction company was conducting utility work. After the natural...

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, signs requiring masks within Oregon State University buildings were posted up around campus; pictured here are signs in the Memorial Union on the OSU Corvallis, Ore. campus. With Delta variant cases of COVID-19 rising in Oregon, the university will be reinstating its face covering policies in indoor public spaces—which was initially lifted on June 30—effective immediately. 

OSU reinstates face covering policy for public indoor spaces

The Baro Staff
August 5, 2021

Oregon State University officials announced Thursday that masks will be required in all indoor public spaces on campus, effective immediately, due to rising COVID-19 Delta variant cases across the state...

Daily Barometer News Contributor & Columnist, Artur Pinheiro Da Silva interviews former Barometer Staff, Barbara Wallace Cullicott, about her experience working with the Daily Barometer. Barbara Wallace Cullicott was part of The Daily Barometer from 1959 - 1963, she recounts events such as the infamous Columbus Day Storm and that time she interviewed John F. Kennedy. 

Baro staff reflect on biggest stories of their time

Artur Silva, News Contributor
March 1, 2021

The Daily Barometer throughout its 125 year history has produced memorable and significant stories according to former staff members, including the historic change of renaming Oregon State College to Oregon...

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OSU course instruction to remain mainly remote through spring term

The Baro Staff
January 15, 2021

Oregon State University officials announced Friday afternoon that they are planning for course instruction on the Corvallis campus for spring term to remain primarily through remote modalities due to the...

Gas leak on OSU campus poses no additional danger to students

The Baro Staff
October 6, 2020

The Oregon State Police were notified at approximately 8 p.m. on Tuesday night that an odor of gas was collecting on the south side of the Oregon State University campus in Corvallis.The leak was localized...

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