Rhoda Krause

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Name: Rhoda Krause
Date registered: June 24, 2013

Latest posts

  1. Woman Reports Peeping Tom at Target — January 23, 2015
  2. Group Fights to Make Highway 20 Safer — January 22, 2015
  3. Marijuana Public Policy Course at OSU — January 21, 2015
  4. Governor Visits RAIN — January 21, 2015
  5. Bike Path Decision Delayed — January 21, 2015

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  1. Researchers Not Worried about Radiation — 13 comments
  2. New Apartment Owners, Tenants Evicted — 7 comments
  3. Cougar Killed After Attacking Sheep — 6 comments
  4. Council Denies Open Carry Ordinance — 6 comments
  5. Rescued Alpacas Adopted — 5 comments

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Woman Reports Peeping Tom at Target

ALBANY, Ore. — A woman had a frightening experience at a local store. She was trying on clothes in a dressing room when she noticed someone was holding a cell phone under her door, possibly recording her as she changed. This all happened Wednesday at the Target store in Albany. Shoppers say the case makes … Continue reading »

Group Fights to Make Highway 20 Safer

CORVALLIS, Ore. — A section of Highway 20 between Corvallis and Albany is in the top 10 percent of crash sites in the state, and neighbors are fighting to make is safer. A group of neighbors, Saving Lives at Merloy Avenue, has already worked with the Oregon Department of Transportation to lower the speed limit … Continue reading »

Marijuana Public Policy Course at OSU

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Recreational marijuana becomes legal in Oregon this year on July 1, but what are the policies surrounding the new law? Students in a sociology course at Oregon State University have the opportunity this term to submit their own research to legislators to help shape the state’s policies. “It’s not a class about … Continue reading »

Governor Visits RAIN

CORVALLIS, Ore. — It was a busy day for Governor Kitzhaber Wednesday in the Corvallis area. One of his stops was RAIN, the Regional Accelerator and Innovation Network. The program helps start-ups and entrepreneurs in the area. The governor has supported the program in the past, and Wednesday got an update from entrepreneurs themselves. “We … Continue reading »

Bike Path Decision Delayed

CORVALLIS, Ore. — There is another delay in the Corvallis-Albany bike path decision. The Benton County Planning Commission met Tuesday night originally to deliberate on the proposal, which would put a path near Highway 20 through private, Exclusive Farm Use (EFU) zoned land. But because someone requested to keep the record open, the county is … Continue reading »

Benton County Bike Path Hearing Tuesday

CORVALLIS, Ore. — A big meeting Tuesday night involves a controversial bike path between Corvallis and Albany. Commissioners could approve a bike path proposal from Albany to Corvallis that would make its way through private farm land. Last month, commissioners heard testimony from both sides. Deliberations begin Tuesday night. The county wants to build a … Continue reading »

Corvallis Up For $5M Energy Prize

CORVALLIS, Ore. — ¬†Five million dollars is how much is at stake. Corvallis, one of 50 communities in the nation, is competing for a Georgetown University Energy Prize to continue promoting energy conservation. And if Corvallis were to win, residents in the community could also win some of the big prize money. Energize Corvallis, a … Continue reading »

Memorial Honors Homeless Man

CORVALLIS, Ore. — A memorial at a downtown Corvallis bench is honoring a man the homeless community says froze to death. Police say 64-year-old Michael Whipple died at the bench on Jan. 2 from chronic alcoholism. Friends say the man had been homeless in the past, but at the time he had a home. They … Continue reading »

Thieves Steal Drugs from Pharmacy

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Three suspects are still on the loose after a late night robbery at a pharmacy. Police say three people broke into the Bi-Mart on the corner of 53rd Street and Philomath Boulevard just before 3 a.m. Friday. Police and deputies with the Benton County Sheriff’s Office responded because the store’s alarm was … Continue reading »

Hospital Visits Restricted Due to Flu

CORVALLIS, Ore. — As of Thursday, there are new restrictions in place at all Good Samaritan Hospitals in Oregon for the rest of flu season. This affects visitors in the pediatric units and birthing centers to protect vulnerable patients. New moms and pediatric patients can have just four visitors total during their stay. A Corvallis … Continue reading »

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