Three Philomath school board seats were up for grabs during Tuesday’s special election.
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For those of you with your ballots on the kitchen table waiting to be filled out, here’s another look at our endorsements for the November general election.
The Corvallis School Board apparently is embarking on a mission to remove the names of three presidents of the United States from public schools without much input from the public, and that’s a shame.
We strongly endorse Ballot Measure 22-181, a public safety levy renewal that would collect an estimated $23.4 million over five years and help fund the city of Albany’s police and fire departments.
On January 10th the legislature introduced LC19 – the newest version of HB 2020 Cap and Trade. While many of us are still diving into the details, even with whatever supposed concessions they’ve made for rural Oregon, the bottom line is this Cap and Trade program is just a fancy way to say T.A.X.
National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day was Saturday, and this year our thoughts turned to all of the men and women who served during World War II.
We have mixed feelings about Oregon’s new plastic bag ban, but ultimately we support the law, which is set to take effect in January.
Allow us one last word about this year's tax season, which technically ended on Monday (unless you are among the unlucky souls who had to file an extension).
Spend a morning going through the most recent population estimates from the experts at Portland State University's Population Research Center, and you might come away with a couple of different thoughts:
Louisiana voters last week decided to do away with that state's oddball rule that allowed nonunanimous juries to decide criminal felony cases. That leaves just one state in which a jury can convict a defendant of a felony on a 10-2 vote. Can you guess what that state is?
A Marion County Circuit Court judge has ordered Gov. Kate Brown's administration to release 250 or so bill proposals it's pondering for the 2019 legislative session.
The clock is ticking now: If you're reading this on Monday morning, you have just over 24 hours remaining to find the place where you stashed your ballot for Tuesday's election, fill it out and return it to one of the drop-off boxes scattered around the mid-valley.
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More than 300 participants woke up early and ran in the fog on Thanksgiving morning to participate in this year’s Gobbler’s Revenge Oregon Mid-Valley Road Race. They won’t need to feel guilty about that second helping of turkey and stuffing at the dinner table.
The Journal’s Bruce Miller talks with Carter Oosterhouse and Taniya Nayak about ABC's The Great Christmas Light Fight.
Kyle Rittenhouse was acquitted of all charges Friday. Here's the latest.
Four hours before the scheduled execution of Julius Jones on Nov. 18, Gov. Kevin Stitt commuted his sentence to life without the possibility of parole.
Come Jan. 1, Jim Yon will no longer be sheriff of Linn County. He tendered his resignation Tuesday morning and made it official before the Board of Commissioners that he is retiring early from his term.
An Albany man who is already facing multiple sex crime charges in Linn County has been charged with two more.
A Linn County man has been charged with first-degree assault and first-degree criminal mistreatment for injuries he allegedly caused to a child.
Robert Andrew Lund of Lebanon was sentenced on Monday, Nov. 15, to 41 months in federal prison and three years of supervised release after failing to pay more than $1.7 million in personal income taxes in a case that dates back to 2001, according to a news release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office.
Nicholas Kristof's relationships formed over decades as a journalist are showing up in a strong wave of "red letter" giving to his campaign for governor of Oregon.
Long-delayed campaigns for the 2022 Oregon Legislature were given a green light on Monday by the state Supreme Court.
Betsy Johnson's independent candidacy for governor flexed its fundraising muscle on Thursday, filing a state report that it has $2.3 million on hand for the 2022 race.