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Videos from Day Seven of Oregon State Fall Camp 2022

The Oregon State football team is back on the field for its 2022 fall camp, and BeaverBlitz will be on hand in Corvallis every day throughout the preseason to take in the action at practice. At the conclusion of most sessions, we’ll interview players and coaches and provide our instant...
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Fall Camp Lodge Notebook 2022: Day Seven

The 2022 edition of fall camp has officially arrived for the Oregon State football team, and BeaverBlitz is on hand in Corvallis to provide analysis, daily recaps, and player spotlights during the month of August. We’re here to serve the passionate fans who can't get enough information as the Beavers make their way through the 2022 preseason.
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All five seats once again filled on the Philomath School Board

The Philomath School Board filled a vacant seat on Tuesday night by choosing and swearing in 23-year-old Christopher McMorran, a local graduate who attended the University of Southern California and now works as a staff member in the Oregon State Legislature. The four members of the board interviewed four candidates...

Benton County deputies seeking evidence in mysterious shooting

CORVALLIS, Ore. -- The Benton County Sheriff’s Office is looking for information related to a mysterious shooting that left one man injured early on Sunday morning. According to the BCSO, a 44-year-old man called 911 at about 1:20 a.m. on August 7 to say he was bleeding from his shoulder. Deputies say the man suspected a gunshot, but wasn’t sure because no windows in his studio apartment were broken. The Corvallis Fire Department responded to transport the man to the hospital, where it was found that his non-life-threatening injury was indeed a gunshot wound.

Now, in minor crimes, ‘we can’t hold them’

Maybe it wasn’t what Democrats in the legislature had in mind, but the effect of a new law they passed as Senate Bill 48 is that there’s not much law enforcement can do about minor crimes such as shoplifting or trespassing. That’s the gist of what municipal court...

Oregon hospitals ask for help from the state

Your browser does not support the audio element. Most hospitals in Oregon are currently at over 90% capacity, despite the fact that COVID-19 hospitalizations are nowhere near their highest peaks. Last month Salem hospital was so full it had to turn ambulances away from the emergency room for a few...

Oregon schools lean heavily on emergency teachers, including untrained ones

Struggling with staffing shortages exacerbated by the pandemic, Oregon schools leaned heavily last year on teachers who received emergency licenses from the state.  During the 2021-22 school year, districts employed 438 emergency licensed teachers, up from 181 the year prior and a low of 134 five years ago, according to data from the Teacher Standards […] The post Oregon schools lean heavily on emergency teachers, including untrained ones appeared first on Oregon Capital Chronicle.

Reser Stadium rebuild project in full swing

CORVALLIS, Ore. — The new west side of Reser Stadium is taking shape. Construction workers have been putting in long hours on the job. It's easy to see the progress being made. “i just think it's cool,” said Oregon State University Associate Athletic Director for Facilities and Event Management...

2 Shot In Salem, Teen Arrested

SALEM, Ore. — A young woman and a teenage girl were injured in a shooting early Monday morning. The victims, age 24 and 17, were shot at an apartment complex on D Street Northeast near Charter Place Northeast just after midnight. They were taken to the hospital and treated. Both victims are expected to live.

Highest and lowest paying health care jobs in Corvallis

Anybody who has taken a course in marketing, psychology or sociology is likely familiar with Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. First detailed by psychologist Andrew Maslow in his 1943 work “A Theory of Human Motivation,” the hierarchy breaks down the complex network of human thoughts into a categorical triage, placing self-development at the top and security and physical health at the bottom. In setting up this pyramid, Maslow framed self-recognition and creative development as ultimate goals, while also prioritizing personal safety and strong physical health.

Miniseries with Philomath scene set for Aug. 18 premiere at OMSI

A six-episode miniseries that filmed a pivotal scene at Mount Union Cemetery in Philomath will be featured at a premiere event on Thursday, Aug. 18 at the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry. The film project’s events coordinator issued an invitation to Philomath residents to attend the special event, which...

Look Inside the Completing Reser Stadium Project

Progress on the Completing Reser Stadium project at Oregon State University is striking as construction enters its eighth month. The university provided an update on Tuesday highlighting which elements of the stadium have been completed and what fans can expect when they arrive for the Beavers’ season-opening football game against Boise State on September 3rd, among other information about the project.