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Oregon Tech Ranked No. 22 in Postseason Softball Top 25 Coaches’ Poll

KANSAS CITY, Mo– The Oregon Tech softball team was ranked No. 22 in the season-ending NAIA Softball Coaches’ Poll, announced today by the national office. Oregon Tech was ranked in the Top 25 or was in the received vote’s category each of the nine weeks of the poll, beginning with the No. 3 spot in the preseason rankings. Oregon...
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Valencia homers 3 times as A’s beat Rays 7-6

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — When Danny Valencia came to the plate with a runner on in the ninth, the Oakland Athletics were one confident bunch. “It wasn’t `Let’s hope he hits another one.’ It was `He’s hitting another one right here,” catcher Stephen Vogt said. Sure enough, Vogt and company were right. Valencia’s third home run of the day...
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Henley JROTC Program Receives High Marks

Klamath Falls, Ore.- Henley High School’s Junior ROTC program is set to receive an “exceeds standards” rating for an evaluation that happens only once every four years. “I am extremely proud of the cadets. They worked so hard for this,” said Cadet Col. Alex Rowe, 17. “It feels great and amazing.” On Wednesday Col. Pete Gray, from Maxwell Air force...
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Tech’s Gretz, Sundet Compete in First Multi Event of 2016 Season

CHICO, Calif. – Oregon Tech sent a pair of athletes to the 31st Annual Chico Multi-Event Classic to open up the 2016 campaign with Seth Gretz, in his sophomore season, moving to the No. 2 slot on Oregon Tech’s all-time decathlon list, while freshman Dani Sundet placed 4th overall in the heptathlon. 2016 Chico Multi decathlon A final results 2016 Chico Multi...
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Red Cross Helps Klamath Falls Fire Victim

Klamath Falls, Ore.–  Fire damaged a Klamath Falls home over the weekend. The Red Cross of the Cascades Region says they’re helping a person who’s home burned along Greensprings Drive on Saturday afternoon. The victim and their pets all survived the house fire. The cause of the blaze hasn’t been released.
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Browning’s 4 TDs spark Washington past Oregon State, 52-7

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Washington has blown some leads this season, not the least of which came in its most recent game, when a 17-point lead became a 27-17 loss at Arizona State. There were no such issues Saturday, when the Huskies stomped on the gas from the outset and coasted to a 52-7 win over Oregon State. Washington scored...
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Wild Horse Roundup Underway

LAKEVIEW, Ore. – It’s been one week since the Bureau of Land Management started rounding up wild horses east of Lakeview. Using helicopters, the agency has reached about a third of its goal, capturing close to 450 horses out of a possible 1,500. The BLM says the area is home to about six times more horses than it can...
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Recreational Pot is Now Legal to Buy, Depending on Where You Live

Klamath Falls, Ore.–  It’s official… you can now buy marijuana just for the heck of it in Oregon. Just not in Klamath County. Commissioners last week voted unanimously to ban the establishment of marijuana dispensaries in the county. An Klamath County couple is fighting for the right to open up a dispensary to commercially sell pot. They’re asking local voters...
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Sheriff Booked on Misdemeanor Charges

Klamath Falls, Ore.– He’s still on the job…despite being indicted on 9 misdemeanor charges last week. The attorney for the Klamath County Peace Officer’s Association tells the Herald and News that they had hoped Klamath County sheriff Frank Skrah would have placed himself on administration leave after the indictments were handed down last week. 73-year old Skrah was booked...
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Deputies Return to Work after Commissioners, Police Union Agreement

Klamath Falls, Ore.–  They’re back on the job. A Friday afternoon meeting led to an agreement between the Klamath County Board of Commissioners and the Klamath County Police Officers Association that will allow seven deputies to return to work nearly two weeks after Commissioners had approved the officers’ request for administrative leave. Under the agreement… the officers will report...
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