Rhoda Krause

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Name: Rhoda Krause
Date registered: June 24, 2013

Latest posts

  1. Neighbors Protest Sprint Jet Boat Races — July 22, 2014
  2. Old Spaghetti Factory Comes to Corvallis — July 21, 2014
  3. Free Well Testing in Benton County — July 21, 2014
  4. Mill Employees Look For Work After Fire — July 18, 2014
  5. Woman Walks Across America — July 17, 2014

Most commented posts

  1. Researchers Not Worried about Radiation — 13 comments
  2. New Apartment Owners, Tenants Evicted — 7 comments
  3. Rescued Alpacas Adopted — 5 comments
  4. Cylvia Hayes Talks Poverty — 5 comments
  5. Former FBI Fugitive Speaks at OSU — 3 comments

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Volunteers Paint Train in Avery Park

CORVALLIS, Ore. — An old steam locomotive in Corvallis is getting a makeover this week. The 1922 train sits in Avery Park, usually a busy spot in the summer for kids to play, but this week it’s getting a paint job. The Lion’s Club teams up with volunteers and with Corvallis Parks and Rec to … Continue reading »

New Exhibit Shows Off Some Fancy Pants

PHILOMATH, Ore. — A new museum exhibit is shedding some light on the relationship between fashion and the women’s rights movement in the United States. The exhibit called “Fancy Pants” opened Friday at the Benton County Museum in Philomath. Curators say the exhibit shows the history of fashion, gender roles, and social norms, by displaying … Continue reading »

Water Main Break in Corvallis

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Sewage is filling up in some Corvallis basements, after a water main burst in the College Hill neighborhood Thursday. It happened on Tyler Avenue between 35th and 36th streets. The city says the storm drain and sanitary system eventually go to the same pipe, and it backed up, causing some sewage to … Continue reading »

OSU Holds North African Institute

CORVALLIS, Ore. — The National Endowment for the Humanities funded a three-week institute, bringing professors and experts of North African culture from all over the nation to Oregon State. They’re focusing on North Africa, looking at different periods including recent changes since the Arab Spring. The goal is to give professors new ideas how to … Continue reading »

ODOT Shows Off High-Tech Road Gear

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Oregon Department of Transportation wrapped up a conference on Thursday, showing off high-tech heavy equipment that is revolutionizing road construction. The conference was held in the Corvallis area for members of transportation departments from other states around the country. According to ODOT, Oregon is ahead of the curve when it comes to using … Continue reading »

Fungus Spreading Through Valley Wheat

CORVALLIS, Ore. –  Wheat farmers in Western Oregon may see a loss in yield this season due to a disease that is spreading through the Willamette Valley. Researchers at Oregon State University say “sharp eyespot,” a fungal disease, is infecting wheat fields throughout the entire valley. “About 2-3 weeks ago, everything should have been green if … Continue reading »

Parking District Ordinance Challenged

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Some Corvallis residents are hoping to put a stop to a parking district debate near the Oregon State campus. The city council passed an ordinance last month to add more parking districts. Paul Cauthorn filed a referendum last week, and if it has enough valid signatures, the issue will go to voters. … Continue reading »

Council Denies Corvallis Hotel Proposal

CORVALLIS, Ore. — The Corvallis City Council shot down a downtown hotel proposal Monday night that would have partnered the city with developers to build a parking garage. Developers have proposed building a Hyatt Hotel in downtown Corvallis at the corner of First Street and Adams Avenue. But they asked the city to partner with them … Continue reading »

Drive Less; Save More in Corvallis

CORVALLIS, Ore. – A new program in South Corvallis is encouraging residents to use alternative modes of transportation. The program is called Drive Less; Save More, and it promotes drivers to bike, walk, carpool, or take the bus. The Oregon Department of Transportation is piloting the program with help from the City of Corvallis and … Continue reading »

OSU Brothers Leave on Run Across Oregon

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Two brothers at Oregon State University left Monday morning to run more than a marathon a day for the next two months – but this is not the first time they have gone on a long journey. Jeremiah Godby, 21, and his older brother Isaiah Godby, 23, ran across the United States … Continue reading »

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