Rhoda Krause

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Name: Rhoda Krause
Date registered: June 24, 2013

Latest posts

  1. Downtown Corvallis Hotel Plans Change — September 19, 2014
  2. EPD Refreshes Driving Skills on Runway — September 17, 2014
  3. International Students Move to Campus — September 16, 2014
  4. Q Fever in Linn and Benton Counties — September 15, 2014
  5. Students Line Up for Football Tickets — September 15, 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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Pacific Northwest Warming Up

CORVALLIS, Ore. — The average temperature in the Pacific Northwest has increased from greenhouse gases, according to an Oregon State University study – the first regional study to isolate human causes. “When we study climate change, it’s a little bit like listening to a few bars of music,” said Philip Mote, a co-author of the … Continue reading »

Corvallis Police Search for Urn Owner

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Corvallis Police are looking for the owner of an urn that someone left in a donation box at a Goodwill store over the weekend. Police say on Aug. 30, someone donated the urn, possibly without intending to do so. Inside was a plastic bag containing ashes. Store managers say the urn was … Continue reading »

Back-to-School Traffic Safety Blitz

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Wednesday marks the first day of school for many districts across the state – and that also means lower speed limits in school zones – including in Corvallis, where police are patrolling as part of its annual back-to-school traffic safety blitz. Drivers may be used to the 35 miles-per-hour zones surrounding many … Continue reading »

Grant Supports Women in STEM

CORVALLIS, Ore. – A big win for women after Oregon State University was awarded a grant to promote more female faculty in the science and engineering fields. OSU received $3.5 million from the National Science Foundation. The money is going towards improving conditions for women in the STEM fields, or science, technology, engineering, and math. It … Continue reading »

New Rabies Cases in Benton County

BENTON COUNTY, Ore. — It can take one bite for a human or animal to contract the rabies virus – and in Benton County, there have been two cases of rabid bats within the last week. Last week, a cat was euthanized after it killed a rabid bat. “The option there was to quarantine the … Continue reading »

New Parking System at OSU

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Parking permits are now for sale at Oregon State University, but the setup this year is different: the campus is turning to a zonal parking system. On Tuesday, a group of staff and faculty could purchase their new permits – only if they have had an OSU parking permit for the past … Continue reading »

Stolen Museum Coins Recovered

PHILOMATH, Ore. —  About a half-century after someone stole coins from a Corvallis museum, detectives stumbled upon them by chance, and returned them to the museum to once again go up on display. In May, the Benton County Historical Society in Philomath received a surprising phone call. “The Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office called us to say … Continue reading »

New Corvallis Museum Campaign

CORVALLIS, Ore. — A Corvallis couple has presented the Benton County Historical Society with a $1 million challenge: if it raises $1 million in donations by the end of Feb. 2015, the couple will match it. The society is planning to open a new museum in Corvallis by 2017 – but it still needs community support. … Continue reading »

Wells Tested Around Race Event

LEBANON, Ore. — Sprint jet boat races are likely coming back to Lebanon this weekend after the State Watermaster gave the event a preliminary green light – despite neighbors’ concerns about their wells drying up. The United States Sprint Boat Association is hosting the world championship event over Labor Day weekend, and says it will … Continue reading »

Lebanon Assault Victim Dies Year Later

ALBANY, Ore. — The family of 50-year-old Ronald Whitehead is mourning the loss of an uncle, nephew, son, brother, and friend – one year after the Lebanon man with cerebral palsy was assaulted – and the Linn County District Attorney’s Office is not ruling out further prosecution of the convicted attackers. Last August, Whitehead was … Continue reading »

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