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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Benton County Jail Tours Start Saturday

CORVALLIS, Ore. –  The Benton County Sheriff is hosting an open house at the jail in Corvallis on Saturday for the public to tour the facility. Sheriff Scott Jackson says he hopes to have a bond measure option on November’s ballot, which would pay for a new jail. He says the current Benton County jail was … Continue reading »

Meningococcal Disease Takes Teen’s Legs

PORTLAND, Ore. — A Corvallis teenager is recovering in a Portland hospital after both of his legs were amputated earlier this week. Eighteen-year-old Aaron Ojeda was diagnosed with meningococcal disease earlier this month, a rare yet sometimes fatal disease. “I collapsed on the floor, and my dad found me,” Ojeda said. “So he called the … Continue reading »

County Seeks Input on Bailey Branch

CORVALLIS, Ore. – Benton County purchased 17.7 miles of an unused rail line that runs from South Corvallis to the Monroe area, then west towards Hull-Oakes Lumber. The county’s goal in purchasing the corridor was to preserve the right-of-way for future public benefit, but it needs input from the community to determine what it should be … Continue reading »

OSU Discovers Possible ALS Breakthrough

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Researchers at Oregon State University have helped discover a potential therapy for people suffering from Lou Gehrig’s disease. With the help from scientists in Australia and the United Kingdom, OSU researchers say they have discovered that a copper compound – already used for other purposes – may also form the basis for a therapy for Amyotrophic … Continue reading »

Owl Hit by Car

CORVALLIS, Ore. — An injured owl is recovering in Corvallis after he was hit by a car last week. Deputies with the Benton County Sheriff’s Office rescued the great-horned owl off of Airport Ave. last Tuesday. They were dispatched to the area just past midnight after a caller said the owl had been hit by a … Continue reading »

Groundbreaking For New Cancer Center

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Western Oregon will soon be the home to a new facility dedicated to cancer prevention and treatment. Samaritan Health Services is building a $12 million, 24,000 square-foot facility in Corvallis.  On Monday afternoon, about 100 people gathered on site to break ground for the new project. “This will allow our patients to have … Continue reading »

Corvallis Pilot Dies in Plane Crash

CORVALLIS, Ore. — The aviation community is mourning the loss of a Corvallis pilot who died after the plane he was flying crashed in South America last week. Sixty-one-year-old John Larson was flying the future owners of the plane to drop them and the plane off in Ecuador on Thursday, when the plane crashed in Colombia. … Continue reading »

Car Wash Helps CHS Grad in Hospital

CORVALLIS, Ore. — A weekend car wash brought in more than $3,000 for a recent Corvallis High School graduate with meningococcal disease, but the family’s still fundraising. Eighteen-year-old Aaron Ojeda is in a Portland hospital. His parents say last week he had seven of his fingers removed, though some were just the finger tips. Tuesday … Continue reading »

Fundraiser for Teen with Meningitis

CORVALLIS, Ore. — A Corvallis High School graduate is still in the hospital, after he was diagnosed with meningococcal disease earlier this month. A family friend says doctors had to remove seven of 18-year-old Aaron Ojeda’s fingers on Thursday. Next week, both of his feet will be amputated and possibly part of his legs. Ojeda, who … Continue reading »

Philomath to Offer Full-Day Kindergarten

PHILOMATH, Ore. — Parents have always had to pay to enroll their children in a full-day kindergarten program in Philomath, but starting this fall, all kindergartners will be able to enroll for free.  The state owes the district $300,000 from the previous fiscal year, a fund from which the district will use $185,000 to fund the full-day kindergarten program.  … Continue reading »

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