8 Tips for Helping Your Children Become Adults

Some adult children drive to college in a car their parents bought, with insurance their parents pay for, and spending money supplied by mom and dad. College life is a struggle. They feel like their classes are just too

10 Local Kid-Friendly Restaurants

(and the best local kid dining deals!) Block 15, with locations in both downtown Corvallis and South Corvallis, has both a kid-friendly, casual atmosphere as well as locally sourced cuisine. They even have chalkboard tables so kids can be

iSpy: All About Summer Camps!

Why not try something new this summer? There are so many summer camps to choose from, and this is the time of year to start reserving spots for your kids so why not find something unique! We spied some

The Big Brain Club

“Creak…” It echoed throughout the classroom as I lifted the yellow-tinged wooden lid of my desk with each spelling word Mrs. Cook announced. Pretending to break my pencil and having to find another, I lifted the lid high, then

A Local Guide to Mother’s Day

3 Ways to Make Her Day Great   Mother’s Day is an opportunity to let the moms in your life know how much you love and appreciate them, but it can be hard to know just how to do

Kid’s View: May 2017

What is your favorite thing about your mom?

Parent’s View: May 2017

What is your favorite thing about Mother’s Day?

Memorial Middle School’s One-of-a-Kind Gardening Class

The idea of creating and maintaining a multifaceted community garden is an intimidating venture for most middle school students, yet for those in the gardening class at Memorial Middle School in Albany, working on this project has become part