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Corvallis

(kôrvăl`ĭs), city (1990 pop. 44,757), seat of Benton co., NW Oreg., on the Willamette River; inc. 1857. Engineering firms contribute to the city's economy; fruit growing and sawmilling are regional activities. Corvallis is the seat of Oregon State Univ. and the headquarters for Siuslaw National Forest. Nearby are a state forest and a national wildlife refuge.
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Downtown Corvallis has many attractions to suit a range of interests during a weekend visit.
At Walmart, we believe that Earth Day should be every day, and we are honored to assist Corvallis High School in furthering its environmental goals by awarding the school a $20,000 grant as the winner of the Walmart "Earth Day Every Day School Challenge.
A hike up Marys Peak for views of Corvallis and the Willamette Valley.
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The Corvallis Police Department maintains a DNA profile for the suspect.
Corvallis is home to the more than 1,000 varieties of pears from all over the world.
Today the Forest Service maintains a production facility for the tussock moth virus at the Corvallis lab, where about 200,000 diseased larvae are reared each month.
The Corvallis Solar Challenge aims to add 60,000 watts of clean, solar energy to the city's power production by Earth Day 2011.
Tickets are $20 in advance for Corvallis Folklore Society members and $22 for nonmembers, available at the Grass Roots Bookstore, 227 S.
Richard was a long time resident of Corvallis, Oregon having moved to Corvallis in 1972.
3 /PRNewswire/ -- In the new season of ABC's Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, the Corvallis episode is scheduled to air Sunday October 7th at 8:00 pm on ABC.
I'm not looking forward to the trip,'' USC tight end Alex Holmes said before departing for Corvallis.