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The Oregon Gulch Fire

Fires: What You Need to Know for Wednesday

Updated 4:45 PM PT Klamath Falls, Ore.– Here’s your rundown on the most current data we have on the recent fires and other fire-related information that you might need to know : New Fires:Over 1,500 lightning strikes throughout the forest were reported from Monday’s storm. Interagency fire crews have responded to eight confirmed new fires in the Klamath-Lake District...
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The Oregon Gulch Fire

Fires: What You Need to Know for Tuesday

Updated 6:50 PM PT Klamath Falls, Ore.– Here’s your rundown on the most current data we have on the recent fires and other fire-related information that you might need to know : New Evacuation Warning: RE: The July Complex: Effective 4pm August 5, 2014, the July Complex Incident Commander has requested an Evacuation Advisory be issued by the Siskiyou County...
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Found: Border Collie

Found over the fourth of July weekend. Male Border Collie mix in Merrill. Is wearing a leather collar. This dog has been recently groomed. Call 541-798-1002 if you have lost this pet.
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Oregon Tech Ranked No. 18 in Postseason Softball Poll

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – The Oregon Tech softball team was ranked No. 18 in the season-ending NAIA Softball Coaches’ Poll, announced today by the national office. Oregon Tech was ranked in the Top 25 of the NAIA poll each of the nine weeks of the poll, beginning with the No. 25 spot in the preseason rankings. The Owls were ranked...
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Henley Baseball Advances, Mazama Upset Falls Short

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore – The defending state champion Henley Hornets baseball team has seen it all before. Unfazed by the rush of playoff baseball, Tim Cleland’s experienced Henley squad breezed by Cottage Grove in the first round of the OSAA 4A baseball tournament, winning 10-0. After a late inning pitching change surrendered a 3 run lead against Ashland on...
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Iron Owl Challenge Comes to Basin

Klamath Falls, Ore.– The Iron Owl Challenge comes to the Klamath Basin this weekend. College kids from U of O, Oregon Tech, the Air Force Academy and a group of local veterans will all compete in physical, mental, and marksmanship challenges. The events take place at OIT and the Sportsman Park in Keno. Spectators are welcome to cheer on the...
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Owls Takes Five to National Track & Field Championships

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – The Owls will have five track & field athletes representing Oregon Tech, including four school-record holders, when the 2014 NAIA Outdoor National Track and Field Championships begin this week.  The NAIA championships will take place in Gulf Shores, Alabama, beginning on Thursday, May 22nd and runs through Saturday, May 24th. The championship will be video streamed...
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2-Week Burn Window Set for April 19th in Klamath County

The 2013 Spring Open Burning Window within the Klamath County Air Quality Zone will start on Friday, April 19, 2014 at 8:00 a.m. and will end at 5:00 pm Sunday May 4, 2014.  The Klamath County Environmental Health conditions of the Spring 2014 Open Burning Window are: 1.             Only residential yard waste, such as tree limbs, brush, and leaves may be burned. 2.             Burning of commercial,...
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James and Kaden Elks Regional Hoop Shoot Winners Ages 11-12 (2)

Three local hoopsters do well in competition

Prineville, Ore. – Congratulations to Kayden Kappas, James Moore, and Tanner Higgins on winning their division of the Southeast Regional Elks Hoops Shoot competition held in Prineville, Oregon on January 18, 2014. Kayden and James won the female and male 10-11 year old division. Kayden is currently a 6th grader at Peterson Elementary and James is a 6th grader at Triad...
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Special Weather Statement for Klamath Basin

Special Weather Statement for Klamath Basin in effect: Very cold air to return Wednesday through Friday. A cool air mass will become colder Wednesday into Friday with temperatures area-wide averaging 10 to 20 degrees below normal. This is likely to result in low temperatures on the immediate coast near freezing again on Wednesday morning, then below freezing on Thursday...
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