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Mayor Chas Jones

Mayor organizes new opportunities to spark community engagement

Mayor Chas Jones wants to spark engagement within the community through a series of organized conversations on specific topics along with more intimate virtual...
Site of Paul J. Cochran Veterans Memorial Park

Park board plans to do surveys about neighborhood park

The Philomath Park Advisory Board plans to begin reaching out to residents living in the North 16th Street vicinity in the near future about...
Coronavirus vaccine artwork

Samaritan hosting webinar on latest with coronavirus vaccines

CORVALLIS — Samaritan Health Services invites the public to join Dr. Adam Brady, infectious disease specialist and chair of the Samaritan Coronavirus Task Force,...
Musical instrument in a park

City board begins plans for Music in the Park

You might say it represents small-town living at its best. Families sitting on blankets spread out on the grass, keeping an eye on toddlers playing...
Flooding on Chapel Drive

Flood warning extended; roads at Philomath impacted

The National Weather Service’s flood warning for the Marys River near Philomath has been extended through Thursday morning. As of 9 a.m. Wednesday, the Marys...
Flooding near Marys River

Flood warning issued for Marys River

The National Weather Service issued a flood warning on Tuesday evening for the Marys River near Philomath. The warning is expected to remain through...
Philomath City Hall

Philomath Citizens’ Academy going virtual this time around

Day-to-day life often creates challenges for small-town residents to get involved in the community. City government can seem intimidating at times with discussions on...
Christmas tree on curb

Free Christmas tree pickup available next 3 Thursdays

Republic Services will provide curbside pickup of Christmas trees at no extra charge to customers on the next three regular service days — Dec....
Christmas carolers on horseback

Carolers on horseback bring Christmas cheer

Finishing up their rendition of “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” in front of a home on Newton Street Wednesday afternoon, a resident called out from...
Food preparation in College United Methodist Church’s kitchen

Church volunteers continue effort to serve hot meals

On one end of a long, rectangular metal food prep area late Tuesday afternoon, Tom Plant slices pork tenderloin and Larry Sleeman cuts into...
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