Corvallis


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Cor·val·lis

 (kôr-văl′ĭs)
A city of western Oregon on the Willamette River south-southwest of Salem. It is the seat of Oregon State University (established 1868).

Cor•val•lis

(kɔrˈvæl ɪs)

n.
a city in W Oregon. 41,800.
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Major organization : AUXILIARY SERVICES DEPARTMENT OF THE CORVALLIS SCHOOLS DISTRICT OFFICE
Serious question: Why don't Eugene and Corvallis collaborate better and more?
Greenberry Industrial workers in Corvallis helped fabricate a 65-ton testing container that will help determine how to safely mix and process nuclear waste at the Hanford Site in southeastern Washington.
CORVALLIS, OR - Michael Allan L'Heureux died at home surrounded by his loving family on December 1, 2012.
Hyde joined OSU Federal seven years ago at the Financial Center branch in Corvallis and moved to become the assistant branch manager at the Albany Heritage Mall branch in 2006.
Corvallis, OR Beautiful, earnest, and very, very green
The qnrS1-positive salmonellae belong to serotypes Typhimurium (21 isolates), Virchow (10), and Corvallis (6).
The FBI's Violent Criminal Apprehension Program (ViCAP) Unit and the Corvallis, Oregon, Police Department are seeking information from all homicide, sex offender, and cold case units on cases in which Joel Patrick Courtney may be involved.
Highland High graduate and three-time Southern Section finalist Erik Jarvey hopes to launch his college career Monday, competing for Cal State Northridge in the Northwest Collegiate at Trysting Tree Golf Course in Corvallis, Ore.
Written with a first-person perspective, Brides of Eden dramatizes a true story from Corvallis, Oregon, in 1903.
If you want to escape "sagebrush subdivisions, coastal condomania and the ravenous rampages of suburbia," as former Oregon Governor Tom McCall so eloquently described urban sprawl in 1973, consider Corvallis.
Patricia Mulder, Corvallis Area Chamber of Commerce.