Preparing Kids for the School Year

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Just about two weeks until local kids head back to school and school districts are reminding parents to get their kids vaccinated and if new to school get an eye exam. Starting this year, any child under age seven, who’s starting school for the first time is required to get an eye … Continue reading »

Paddle Oregon 2014 Takes Off

CORVALLIS, Ore. –   A week-long trip down the Willamette River is officially underway for about 200 paddlers who will be learning about the river’s ecology, history, and its importance to Native American culture. Hundreds of canoeists and kayakers are paddling 98 miles in five days, from Corvallis to Canby. Paddle Oregon 2014 is an annual … Continue reading »

Hot Start to the Week

Meteorologist Melissa Frey’s Forecast Discussion: After taking a five day break from the 90s, it was right back up to 92° Sunday and Monday is looking just as warm, if not warmer. With high pressure as the driving force our skies are clear and the air is warm. The only place not likely to hit … Continue reading »

Football Safety Clinic Educates Coaches

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — With concussions being on the forefront of discussion in football the last couple of years, USA Football is taking a hands-on approach to educate coaches and players on safety. The Heads Up Football Safety Clinic took place Sunday in Springfield. A dozen local youth football representatives attended. They learned about tackling techniques, … Continue reading »

Volunteers Clean Up Trash at the BMWCMF

BROWNSVILLE, Ore. — While the Bimart Willamette Country Music Festival is about fun and music for many people, local schools said they use this as a major fundraiser for their districts. Becca and Joey Almasie volunteered hours of their time at this year’s festival. “We go around in trailers and sell ice to the campers … Continue reading »

OSU Beats the Heat in Fall Scrimmage

CORVALLIS, Ore. — The Beavers first scrimmage of fall camp gave the defense the edge, as the Oregon State quarterbacks threw for four interceptions on the day. Following their scrimmage, the team cooled off with a giant slip and slide.

Graduates Talk About Student Debt

EUGENE, Ore. — The student debt crisis in America affects about 37 million people but thanks to some expanding federal programs, graduates are feeling more optimistic about paying their loans back. The national student debt is estimated at about $1 trillion and while it can be daunting, students we talked to say they plan to … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Beavers Slippery Scrimmage

Oregon State head coach Mike Riley: Oregon State quarterback Sean Mannion: Oregon State linebacker Michael Doctor: Oregon State running back Terron Ward: Oregon State running back Ryan Nall:

Fans Enjoy Day 2 of BMWCMF

NEAR BROWNSVILLE, Ore. — Thousands of people are in Brownsville this weekend for the Bimart Willamette Country Music Festival. These country music fans said the music so far has been great and they’re looking forward to the rest of the weekend. Hours before the concerts begin, country music fans like Keith and Kelli Strange flood … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Coaches, Players on Secondary

Oregon Head Coach Mark Helfrich: Oregon Offensive Coordinator Scott Frost: Oregon Secondary Coach John Neal: Oregon Corner Back Dior Mathis: Oregon Corner Back Troy Hill: Oregon Safety Erick Dargan:

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