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ODFW Announces Hunting Raffle Winners

SALEM, Ore. — ODFW’s 2015 auctions and raffles for Oregon big game hunting tags grossed a record $717,465, of which $413,987 will go to the Access and Habitat Program and $254,578 to big game research and management. The auction of 12 special big game tags grossed $489,000 including $160,000 for a bighorn sheep tag,...
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Bonanza Woman Dies in Head-on Collision

Pleasant Hill, Ore.– A Bonanza woman died in a car accident on Highway 58 yesterday afternoon. Oregon State Police say the head-on wreck happened just after 4:00 east of Lowell. Troopers say a Eugene man was head east on the Highway, went off the road, then over-corrected. That’s when he went into the west-bound...
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Accusations Lead to Counselor’s Arrest

Klamath Falls, Ore.–  A Medford woman was arrested in Klamath County  after a 15-year old former student at Klamath Lake County Youth Ranch in Bonanza accused her of sexual abuse. 44-year old Angelic Marie Bowman also goes by Angel, she was arrested Monday afternoon, months after the investigation was initiated. According to jail records… Bowman,...
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Medford Woman Charged in Klamath County for Child Sex Abuse

Klamath Falls, Ore.– A Medford woman was arrested in Klamath County and charged with child sex abuse. 44-year old Angelic Marie Bowman also goes by Angel, she was arrested Monday afternoon. According to jail records… Bowman was charged with 3rd degree rape, online sexual corruption of a child, and custodial sex conduct. She was...
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One Dead in Head-on Colission

Klamath Falls, Ore.– A woman died yesterday evening after a head-on collision on Highway 140 near Running Y. The wreck happened just minutes after OSP Troopers started responding to a report of a pick-up passing unsafely near mile-marker 54. It was at mile marker 62 that a black truck hit a motorhome head-on, the...
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Bill Extends Out-of-State Doctor’s Orders in Oregon

Salem, OR – Governor Kate Brown today signed House Bill 3149, legislation to allow registered nurses at public or private schools to accept doctors’ orders from out-of-state physicians and therefore treat students that have been enrolled at the school less than 90 days. Sponsored by House Republican Leader Mike McLane (R-Powell Butte), the legislation...
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ODOT Looking for Pilot Program Volunteers

Salem, Ore.– Are you ready to start paying a per mile tax rather than a sales tax on gasoline? The OReGO program is gearing up and looking for interested volunteers as the Oregon Department of Transportation gets ready to start a first-of-its-kind pilot program. As cars are growing more and more fuel efficient, drivers...
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Election Results (Check Back for Updates)

  Final Election results as of 1:00 AM (uncertified): VOTES PERCENT PRECINCTS COUNTED (OF 43) . . . . . 43 100.00 REGISTERED VOTERS - TOTAL . . . . . 0 BALLOTS CAST - TOTAL. . . . . . . 14,959 Director, Zone 3 ESD ZONE 3 Vote for 1 Dave Jensen....
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Bilingual Chats Scheduled

Klamath Falls, Ore.–  Se hablan espanol? Quieran hablar englais? Starting this week, the Klamath County Library hosts a monthly bilingual chat to give english and spanish speakers the chance to practice a second language. The chat sessions are every third Thursday at 6pm.
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Public Works Week in Klamath Falls

Klamath Falls, Ore.–  This is public works week in Klamath Falls… City leaders and public works officials are looking for ways to let you know everything they do to help keep your water flowing, your roads passable, and your refrigerator running. The city manages water service for more than 40-thousand residents in the Basin… and 301...
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