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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...

An illustration of the Delta variant of the COVID-19 virus. Delta variant COVID-19 cases have been reported in Benton County, and the variant has been found to cause more severe illness in unvaccinated individuals and be more transmittable in both vaccinated and unvaccinated people.

Vaccinated individuals can spread COVID-19 Delta variant but at reduced risk

Kelsy Valentine, News Reporter
August 9, 2021

Correction: This story has been updated to say that there have been dozens of variants of COVID-19. A previous version of this story had said there were thousands.As COVID-19 cases start to rise in Benton...

President and CEO of United Way of Linn, Benton and Lincoln Counties, Blake Pang with a promotional cardboard cutout of Dolly Parton in front of the Corvallis Public Library. Corvallis Public Library has recently adopted Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library program which mails local children books from when theyre born until they’re 5 years old.

Corvallis joins Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library, making steps towards diversity, inclusion in literature

Angela Tam, News Contributor
March 24, 2021

Clarification: A quote by Kristi Collins was changed from “We have had a bucket of funds set aside for year two because our funding is done on a biennial basis” to "Our funding is done on a biennial...

This illustration is meant to show the lifted weight over tenants. During Oregons eviction moratorium renters cannot be evicted for not paying rent.

Oregon lawmakers extend COVID-19 eviction moratorium, makes changes to Corvallis’ previous moratoria

Angela Tam, News Contributor
January 25, 2021

The state-wide eviction moratorium was extended until the end of June, due to the passage of House Bill 4401 on Dec. 21, meaning that the moratorium will continue to protect against tenant eviction on...

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