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Caution Needed During Hot Days

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Hot weather over the next several days means we could see record-breaking temperatures later in the week. That can make for a brutal day for folks working out in the elements. If you are working or spending a lot of time outside… be sure to drink plenty of water, and stay in the shade as much...
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Black Bear Sighting Prompts Warnings

Salem, Ore.– The Oregon State Police Fish and Wildlife Division in conjunction with the Salem Police Department is issuing a bear sighting notice to the residents of West Salem. There were several reports of residents spotting a black bear cub over the weekend. The bear acted very timid and has avoided people when seen. The Oregon Department of Fish...
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Tech Qualifies 10 to NAIA Track & Field National Championships

ANSAS CITY, Mo. – The NAIA has officially announced the complete entry list for the 64th annual Men’s Outdoor Track and Field National Championships and 35th annual Women’s Outdoor Track and Field National Championships. Oregon Tech will send 10 athletes to this year’s event to be held at Mickey Miller Blackwell Stadium in Gulf Shores, Ala., May 21 – 23....
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Oregon Tech Duo Earns Bid to NAIA Multi-Event Championship

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Oregon Tech freshmen Daniel Brattain and Seth Gretz were officially announced as multi-event qualifiers in the men’s decathlon for the 64th annual Men’s Outdoor Track & Field National Championships. The championships will be held from May 21 – 23 in Gulf Shores, Ala. The Gulf Shores and Orange Beach Sports Commission, in partnership with the city...
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Gas Prices Creeping Back Up

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Gas prices rose again this week in Oregon, with the average price state-wide creeping up seven cents per gallon to 2.89… that’s more than 44-cents above the national average. Mark Jenkins with Triple A says it’s hard to tell whether gas prices have peeked for the season. What is clear— is that the US is cranking...
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Owls Open Indoor Season at Westmont

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. – Oregon Tech opened the indoor track & field season Saturday at Westmont College where two Owls ran NAIA indoor qualifying times during the competition. Mary Matchett (pictured – 1) timed in at five minutes 7.9 seconds in the women’s one-mile race for an automatic NAIA qualifying indoor time.  The indoor meet is held in Geneva, Ohio...
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Hootie Finishes 1st Round as 2nd Seed in Mascot Challenge

LA GRANDE, Ore. – Week one of the Second Annual CCC Mascot Challenge is in the books and the top eight have been selected to move on to the quarterfinal round starting Tuesday, January 27. Defending champion Hootie the Owl (OIT), will enter the quarterfinals as the second-seed tallying 208 votes and will take on the seventh-seed, Corban’s Cadmar...
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Seahawks Wrap Up No. 1 Seed In NFC

SEATTLE — The final result was the same for Pete Carroll and the Seattle Seahawks, wearing NFC West champion hats in the locker room after a Week 17 victory over the St. Louis Rams. The process in getting to that point and clinching the No. 1 seed in the NFC playoffs for the second straight season was completely different. So there...
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Big plays help Huskies race past Beavers

SEATTLE — Turned out there was no lingering hangover from the disappointment of a week earlier for Washington. Big plays and a quick start have the Huskies bowl eligible for a fifth-straight season. “I was pretty confident in my teammates and myself and the game plan,” Washington defensive end Hau’oli Kikaha said. “Everything pretty much went as planned.” Jaydon Mickens caught a...
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Tech Women, Men Remain in Cross Country Top 25 Poll for Third Week

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – For the third week in a row, both the Oregon Tech men’s and women’s cross country teams are each ranked in the Top-25 of their respective NAIA Cross Country Coaches’ Poll, announced Wednesday by the national office. The women, who were idle last weekend, remained at No. 20 and will have a chance to move...
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