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There were 50 kids and 22 law enforcement officers at Walmart in Albany Saturday morning. All of them were there to shop as part of the 22nd Shop with a Cop event, a program that pairs kids from less-than fortunate circumstances with officers armed with $50 gift cards.  Read more

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With a crowd of 8,280, mainly composed of school children, Gill Coliseum was noisy for the Oregon State University women’s basketball game versus Savannah State University Wednesday. Read more

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A.J. Fillo, creator, host and showrunner for Lib Lab, an educational video series produced in partnership with the Corvallis-Benton County Public Library, spent the day at the Oregon Coast Aquarium to shoot a demonstration of how pressure affects everyday objects. Read more

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It’s been 75 years, but for David Russell, the memories of the more than 400 fellow sailors — many of them close friends — who died on Dec. 7, 1941, at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, are vivid. Read more

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Hundreds of veterans, seniors and people with special needs celebrate the holiday season the the 41st annual Christmas Storybook Land at the Linn County Fair & Expo Center. Read more

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Eduardo Mendoza wants his family's new Corvallis business, El Palenque Mexican Restaurant and Cantina, to be a festive, gathering place where friends and family get together over fresh food.  Read more

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OSU president Ed Ray, Athletic Director, Scott Barnes, and Jonathan Smith held a press conference on Thursday morning announcing Smith's hiring as the new head football coach. Read more

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The small but bedazzled cast of "Pippin" fill the air with music and magic during a dress rehearsal Tuesday night at the Albany Civic Theater. The musical, with music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz and book by Roger O. Hirson, will run the next four weekends at Albany Civic Theater. Read more

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The 35th annual Singing Christmas Tree performs at the Sweet Home High School auditorium. This year's theme is "Christmas: The Universal Gift." The 31-member choir has been rehearsing since September and is under the direction of Paul Rowton. Read more

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Special Events Coordinator Liz Tilson-Ramirez gives us a behind the scene look at all the festive trees that will be auctioned off as part of the 16th annual Celebration of Trees fundraiser benefiting the Boys & Girls Club of Albany. Read more

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Derelict older RVs are  a nationwide problem. AA Towing has a contract with Albany police to tow abandoned vehicles – but they’re on the hook to pay the costs for their disposal. Read more

A short interview of Leonard Higgins, outside the Chouteau County Courthouse on Wednesday Nov. 22nd in Fort Benton, Montana, where Higgins was convicted of trespassing and criminal mischief for his role in last year's "valve turner" protests. Higgins and four others symbolically turned emerg… Read more

Leonard Higgins' defense team Kelsey Skaggs of the Climate Defense Project, Herman Watson IV of the Watson Law Office, and Lauren Regan of the Civil Liberties Defense Center. Higgins was convicted of trespassing and criminal mischief for his role in last year's "valve turner" protests. Higgi… Read more

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Shoppers browsed the shops in downtown Albany during Small Business Saturday on November 25 finding local goods, drink and food as part of a movement to escape the big box stores and the online buying trends. Read more

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Lunch at Albany Options School this week included a full Thanksgiving dinner, roasted turkey and all. Staff members spent Tuesday and Wednesday putting together the dinner for about 100 people at the alternative high school. Read more

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Albany Police officers, city leaders and more than 100 mid-valley residents turned out Friday to celebrate the opening of the new, 40,400-square-foot Albany Police Station. Read more

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Volunteers with the Zoë Bear Project stuff teddy bears with high-calorie treats for cystic fibrosis patients at CoHo Ecovillage in Corvallis. Read more

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College Hill students and fifth grade students from Jefferson Elementary School study the importance of spawning salmon during a field trip at Clemens Park in Alsea. Read more

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The 17th annual Willamette Valley Agriculture Expo returns to the Linn County Fair & Expo Center Nov. 14-17. With more than 180 vendors the event is recognized as the largest ag exposition in the Pacific Northwest. Read more

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Ride along with Chris Christman on his custom trike through the 2017 Albany Veterans Day Parade route. Christman was one of hundreds of motorcycles that kicked off the start of the parade. Read more