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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).
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Cor•val•lis

(kɔrˈvæl ɪs)

n.
a city in W Oregon. 41,800.
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In Salem and Corvallis, in particular, strong rent growth, low vacancy rates and growing populations are driving sales of multifamily properties and some sizable new development projects.
Hanson Insurance Group of Corvallis has acquired KMI Insurance LLC of McMinnville, Ore.
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Serious question: Why don't Eugene and Corvallis collaborate better and more?
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CORVALLIS, OR - Michael Allan L'Heureux died at home surrounded by his loving family on December 1, 2012.
GeoNorth, a wholly owned subsidiary of The Tatitlek Corp., has recently been awarded professional IT services contracts by Strathcona County, Alberta, Canada; and the City of Corvallis, Oregon.
OSU Federal, Corvallis, Ore., has promoted Albany Assistant Branch Manager Kristin Hyde to lead its new Lebanon branch.
Corvallis (Oregon, US), Nov.29 (ANI): Police in Corvallis, Oregon, have said that the fire at an Islamic centre was started intentionally.
The American Horn Quartet (Kerry Turner, Kristina Mascher, Geoffrey Winter, and Charles Putnam) toured the US in February, to Oregon State University in Corvallis (Larry Johnson, horn professor), with three concerts, including a performance of the Schumann Konzertstuck with the OSU-Corvallis Symphony Orchestra; the University of Colorado-Boulder (Mike Thornton); and a recital at the Grand County Concert Series in Tabernash.
Corvallis, OR Beautiful, earnest, and very, very green