Rhoda Krause

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Name: Rhoda Krause
Date registered: June 24, 2013

Latest posts

  1. LBCC Offers Smartphone School — September 29, 2014
  2. Corvallis Prepares for Fall Festival — September 26, 2014
  3. Father-Son Duo to Open Dispensary — September 25, 2014
  4. DNA Helps with Lebanon Arrest — September 25, 2014
  5. OSU Joins Campaign Vs. Sexual Violence — September 24, 2014

Most commented posts

  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. Rescued Alpacas Adopted — 5 comments
  5. Cylvia Hayes Talks Poverty — 5 comments

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Downtown Corvallis Hotel Plans Change

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Plans for a Hyatt Hotel in downtown Corvallis have fallen through – but potentially not forever. The developers of the property on the corner of Southwest First Street and Adams Avenue recently sold the land. In July, developers proposed a plan to partner with the City of Corvallis in order to pay … Continue reading »

EPD Refreshes Driving Skills on Runway

CORVALLIS, Ore. – It was pretty loud at the Corvallis Airport earlier Wednesday, when the Eugene Police Department set up several driving courses to practice driving skills. EPD was out on a road course, refreshing their driving skills, while also getting to know their vehicle’s limits and their limits as a driver. “If they can’t … Continue reading »

International Students Move to Campus

EUGENE, Ore. —   Move-in day for most students at the University of Oregon is about a week away, but on Wednesday, international students will have their turn during the International Student Orientation. Wednesday is the first day of the orientation, and some students will already be moving into the residence halls. Students  say it is … Continue reading »

Q Fever in Linn and Benton Counties

CORVALLIS, Ore. — There have already been four confirmed cases of Q Fever in Benton and Linn Counties this year, but public health officials say there is not a threat that residents should be concerned about. Officials say Q Fever usually spreads from goats, cattle, or sheep. They can pass it to humans through bodily … Continue reading »

Students Line Up for Football Tickets

CORVALLIS, Ore. — The Oregon State Beavers take on San Diego State this weekend at home, and students lined up Monday morning to get their free football game tickets. At 9 a.m., the ticket office opened. Six-thousand tickets are reserved for students. The system is different from the University of Oregon, where students get their … Continue reading »

Promoting Prostitution Arrest

ALBANY, Ore. — A man is in the Benton County Jail facing charges of compelling and promoting prostitution, as well as trafficking in persons. Albany Police arrested 29-year-old Wiley Brooks on Wednesday. The Probable Cause Affidavit says a woman reported to Albany Police that Brooks had trafficked her for sex in the past, and that … Continue reading »

Residents Submit Bag Ban Petition

CORVALLIS, Ore. — The Corvallis plastic bag ban has a chance to be repealed if the issue goes to voters. The ban went into effect in January of last year. On Friday, a petitioner submitted signatures to the city, hoping to put the matter to the March ballot. More than 2,500 Corvallis voter signatures are … Continue reading »

Man Arrested in Online Sex Sting

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Corvallis Police have arrested a Washington man who thought he was meeting up with a 14-year-old girl for sex. Thomas Harrington, 59, of Vancouver was arrested on Wednesday. Police say he contacted one of their undercover social media profiles and arranged to meet for sex. Harrington was arrested in front of the … Continue reading »

Albany Holds 9/11 Commemoration

ALBANY, Ore. — The anniversary of 9/11 is being remembered around Western Oregon Thursday. Dozens of people gathered Thursday morning in front of the Linn County Courthouse – not only to honor those who lost their lives 13 years ago, but to honor and appreciate the work first responders continue to do. “September 11, 2001,” … Continue reading »

City Gives Opportunity Village Extension

EUGENE, Ore. — Opportunity Village won’t be shut down at the end of this month. On Wednesday, the Eugene City Council approved an extension to keep it open for another year and a half. Originally the city agreed with Opportunity Village to run the low-cost micro-housing development for the homeless until October 1 of this … Continue reading »

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