Rhoda Krause

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Name: Rhoda Krause
Date registered: June 24, 2013

Latest posts

  1. Friends React to Murder Arrest — July 25, 2014
  2. Corvallis Wooden Sunglasses Craze — July 25, 2014
  3. SafeHaven Overwhelmed with 200+ Animals — July 25, 2014
  4. Comments Close Aug. 8 for Bailey Branch — July 25, 2014
  5. Police Rescue Animals From Hoarder — July 24, 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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Free Well Testing in Benton County

BENTON COUNTY, Ore. — Approximately 77 percent of Benton County’s wells have not been tested – posing huge health concerns – according to the Benton County Environmental Health Department. The Oregon Health Authority has granted Benton County funds to conduct free well testing that will check for nitrate, arsenic, and coliform bacteria. Bill Emminger, the Environmental Health … Continue reading »

Mill Employees Look For Work After Fire

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Employees of the Springfield Plywood and Veneer Mill spent Friday watching their former site of work as crews continued to mop up the fire.  As the company works to go over its insurance policies, 250 employees are wondering what they are going to do in the meantime without work. “It was just heartbreaking to … Continue reading »

Woman Walks Across America

ALBANY, Ore. –  Three months ago, a 51-year-old Connecticut woman left from the YMCA in Albany to walk across the country. More than 3,000 miles away, Donna Stokes is now back home on the East Coast. “I’m pleased with myself; I’m proud of myself, and I’m happy I got to see all that America has to … Continue reading »

OSU Hires Goats to Eat Ivy

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Oregon State University has turned to goats to solve some invasive plant issues. About 30 goats are roaming around the Crop and Soil Science building on campus, where ivy is taking over. So instead of pulling the ivy out or spraying chemicals to kill it, OSU hired goats to eat it. The herd … Continue reading »

Boy Scout Gear Stolen

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Just days before leaving for camp, a Boy Scout troop discovered that hundreds of dollars worth of its gear was missing from its storage shed. Troop One in Corvallis shares the shed with a Corvallis church and with a Girl Scout troop, and it says that someone broke in a few days … Continue reading »

Linn County Fair Begins

ALBANY, Ore. — The Linn County Fair is back in full swing this week with all the favorites. It kicked off Wednesday afternoon in Albany with carnival rides, fair food and entertainment. You can even “take a walk on the wild side” and meet a baby tiger and other animals. Organizers say there is something … Continue reading »

Sweet Home Woman Remembered By Friends

SWEET HOME, Ore. — Friends, family and neighbors of a Sweet Home woman found dead in an Oregon forest are remembering her as a kind and giving person. Hikers discovered the body of 36-year-old Heaven “Angel” King along a forest road about 38 miles east of Cottage Grove on Wednesday. The Lane County Sheriff’s office … Continue reading »

OSU Develops Portable Radiation Detector

CORVALLIS, Ore. —  Nuclear engineers at Oregon State University have developed a breakthrough radiation detector that is small, portable and inexpensive. Abi Farsoni, an associate professor of nuclear engineering at OSU says the devices tell what kind of radiation is around those wearing them, how much, and if it’s a health risk, according to findings published … Continue reading »

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 »

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