• Rally planned in downtown Albany
    A “honk-and-wave” rally in support of affordable health care, immigrants rights and other issues is scheduled for 10 a.m. to 1 p.m Saturday, Feb. 25, at Ellsworth Street and Fourth Avenue in downtown Albany.
  • Sweet, spicy ribs win 2nd annual cook-off for SHHS scholarships
    SWEET HOME — Monday through Friday Chris Kennedy uses fire to melt metal together as a welder at ENTEK in Lebanon.
  • Master Food preserver volunteers sought
    OSU Extension Service is seeking volunteers interested in becoming trained volunteer Master Food Preservers who will share food preservation and food safety information with community members throughout the summer and fall.
  • Republicans plan May 13 Spring Gala
    The Linn County Republicans are encouraging early registration for a Spring Gala to be held May 13 with nationally recognized Constitutional speaker Kris Anne Hall.
  • Benton Republican Women to host commissioner
    CORVALLIS — Benton County Commissioner Annabelle Jaramillo will speak to the Benton County Republican Women at noon Monday, Feb. 27, in the China Buffet meeting room, 1720 N.W. 9th St. The public is invited.
  • Calendar (Feb. 21)
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  • Tuesday weather: Rain likely, with highs around 49
    Expect rain in the mid-valley Tuesday, with highs around 49. The chance of rain diminishes somewhat tonight, with lows around 35. Showers are likely Wednesday, forecasters say.
  • Wyden raps Trump in town hall
    U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden tackled a number of a topics in a wide-ranging Corvallis town hall on Monday, but he kept coming back to one recurring theme: He’s not happy with the new administration in Washington.