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Craig Ronne Named 2017 Oregon Junior Golf Player of the Year

WOODBURN, ORE. (Sept. 19, 2017) – Craig Ronne (Klamath Falls, Ore.) and Ellie Slama (Salem, Ore.) have been named the 2017 Oregon Junior Golf Players of the Year, announced this past weekend by Oregon Junior Golf and the Oregon Golf Association. The announcement was made at the 2017 Oregon Junior Golf Tournament of Major Champions, held Saturday, Sept. 16th...
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Seahawks & Niners

Doug Baldwin: ‘We know we could have played better’ on offense

ESPN — SEATTLE — The Seattle Seahawks like to say that “it’s not how you start, but how you finish” that matters in football. Coach Pete Carroll preaches it and his team believes it. They’ve shown an ability under Carroll to stumble out of the gates and then prevail in the end, both over the course of individual games...
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Why NFL officials are ejecting players who don’t actually throw a punch

ESPN – In a span of 15 days, three NFL players were ejected from games for throwing punches. None of them threw a punch. And even if they had, here’s something you should know: Punching does not carry a mandatory ejection under NFL rules. So what exactly is going on here? Why are NFL officials apparently hyper-focused on an...
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Patriots & Cheifs

Patriots got the humbling loss they probably needed

ESPN – FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — More than any sports franchise on American soil, the New England Patriots refuse to bask in the glories of their past. Bill Belichick won a record fifth Super Bowl title on a record comeback in February, and before he even boarded the plane heading home he was complaining he was five weeks behind the...
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Injuries

The biggest injuries of the NFL preseason

ESPN – We’ve been tracking significant preseason injuries all summer, starting with Week 1 and including Week 2 and Week 3. Because the NFL’s most notable players were safely tucked away in Week 4, let’s use this opportunity to review the top 10 (or so) injuries since the start of training camp — and examine their longer-term implications. Late-breaking Week 4 injuries — most...
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School BUs

KCSD Urges School Bus Safety

Remember: Stop when red lights flash!  Reminder for school bus safety for all drivers before the school year starts! Klamath County School Board Member Jill O’Donnell waswaiting for the morning school bus with her grandchildrenlast spring when the unimaginable nearly happened.“My granddaughter is always in a big hurry to be the firstone on the bus,” O’Donnell said.As the bus...
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The Astros and Rangers Game Moved to Tropicana Field Due to Hurricane Harvey

ST. PETERSBURG, Flordia – Major League Baseball announced on Monday that the Astros’ upcoming home series vs. the Rangers has been relocated to Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, home of the Rays. The Astros will be considered the home team and will bat last, and the games will have a first pitch slated for 4:10 p.m. on Tuesday.  No...
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Excessive Heat Warning Through Friday Night

Another hot and smoky day. We have an Excessive Heat Warning until Friday Night with Klamath Falls likely hitting 100 today and maybe tomorrow too. And Klamath County Public Health says the heat combined with smoke from area fires could keep Chiloquin and Fort Klamath in moderate to unhealthy air quality levels all week.  Here’s the official word from...
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4th Of July Safety Tips From The Red Cross

Portland, Ore. – For many in the Northwest, the 4th of July holiday meansenjoying the great outdoors, cook-outs with family and friends and fireworks celebrations. But festivities this holiday weekend can also come with risks. Since June 1, the local Red Cross has responded to help 215 people displaced by 56 separate fire incidents, several of which fire officials believe were...
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It May Be Summer But The Learning Continues At Some KCSD Schools

Klamath Falls, Ore. – Just because summer started it doesn’t mean the learning stopped. Several summer camps and summer schools are taking place at Klamath County School District schools throughout the summer break. Summer camps started as soon as school ended, with a one-day Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math (STEAM) Camp for 44 children at Lost River Jr./Sr....
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