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The Fred Meyer pharmacy located at 777 NW Kings Blvd. in Corvallis, Ore. on Oct. 27.  COVID-19 immunizations, flu shots and the closing of the Oregon State University student pharmacy are all potential factors leading to local pharmacies experiencing longer lines and wait times.

Corvallis pharmacies face long lines during COVID-19, flu season

Adam Figgins, News Contributor
October 28, 2021

With ongoing COVID-19 vaccinations, the closing of the student pharmacy and flu season arriving, most pharmacies in Corvallis, Ore. are experiencing higher traffic and as a result, longer wait times.  Stephen...

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Corvallis Police Log: Feb. 7 – 20

Kelsy Valentine, News Contributor
March 8, 2021

February 7Orange Media Network did not receive a report of any crimes committed on this dayFebruary 8Identity Theft A resident on Northwest 32nd Street said that someone had filed for unemployment benefits...

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“On the front lines”: grocery workers help keep Corvallis fed during pandemic

Jade Minzlaff, News Contributor
May 13, 2020

Grocery workers in Corvallis and surrounding communities face potential viral exposure to themselves and families as their work keeps food available during the COVID-19 pandemic.Miles Eshaia, the communications...

A shopper, carrying a basket walks down the chip isle of Winco on Feb. 25. Winco is a popular store choice for Oregon State University students to go to for their weekly groceries.

Ruotolo: OSU students need affordable grocery options

Tosca Ruotolo, Columnist
March 2, 2020

While “barely surviving off of Top Ramen” is a common stereotype of college students, food insecurity is a difficult reality for many Oregon State University attendees. Though many students prepare...

Spreading school spirit

A 10 year tradition, the OSU Bar Band brings the sound of the university to the communityThe night is wild with laughter and song. It’s chaos, like a crowd about to turn into a riot. “That was awesome!”...

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