New Deadline For Non-EFU Farmland Property Owners

 Klamath Falls, Ore. – In January the Klamath County Assessor’s office mailed out applications of special assessment of Non-EFU Farmland to property owners whose property had previously been determined to receive a special assessment for farm use. Applications were due on April 15.  However, due to the lack of response the deadline has been...
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An Update On The Missing Man And The Unidentified Body In The Klamath River

Happy Camp, Cal. – An update on both the missing person and the unidentified body floating in the Klamath River in Siskiyou County.   As of Saturday April 22nd, the Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) is still continuing to search for a body last seen floating in the Klamath River on April 14th in...
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Governor Brown Announces First In A Series of Cost Savings Across State Government

Salem, Ore. –  Governor Kate Brown announced recently that she is signing an Executive Order starting a statewide hiring freeze. This is the first in a series of executive actions being taken by Governor Brown over the next several weeks in response to the current fiscal shortfall and to improve overall government efficiency and...
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Homicide Investigation Continues In Jackson County

Wimer, Ore.  - Sunday afternoon April 23rd, deputies from the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office responded to a 9-1-1 call at a home in Wimer Oregon.  Wimer is about 20 miles northeast of Grants Pass. Authorities arrived at the 9800 block of West Evans Creek Road where they found 40-year-old David Anthony Vaughn dead at...
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Some Oregon Schools Score Seismic Rehab Grants

Salem, Ore. – On Friday April 21st, the committee that oversees Oregon’s Seismic Rehabilitation Grant Program announced that 100 schools and 47 emergency service facilities in our state, will receive $153.6 million in state grant funds.  The program provides funding for construction work on schools and other critical public buildings to better prepare the...
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Three Arrested And Charged Near Chiloquin

Chiloquin, Ore. – On Saturday, April 22nd a deputy from the Klamath County Sheriff’s Office (KCSO) responded to the report of a burglary which had occurred on Williamson River Road, east of Chiloquin.  Stolen were large amounts of tools and equipment, also damage was done to the property.  Luckily the property owner had security...
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A Wrap Up Of The ODFW Last Friday In Klamath Falls

Klamath Falls, Ore. – Last Friday April 21st, The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission (ODFW) held a public meeting at the Running Y.  During the day long event, ODFW staff presented a Draft Revised Wolf Management Plan and almost 40 people testified. Among some major changes to the current plan, the Draft Plan is...
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A Sneak Peek Into The New KCSD Offices

Klamath Falls, Ore. – It has that “new building smell” for sure.  It’s not done yet but by June/July it should be filled with employees and fully functioning.  Superintendent Greg Thede and Project Manager Justin Azevedo gave a tour of the new facility yesterday, Thursday April 20th. More to come, but here’s some pictures…....
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KidWind Takes Over Henley High This Weekend

Klamath Falls, Ore. – Tomorrow at Henley High School, it’s the KidWind Challenge. The event is a way for students to learn about wind power and other renewable energy sources as well as hone their engineering skills, but done in a way that’s fun. KidWind Challenge is Saturday April 22nd, from 9am-noon at Henley...
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OSP Looking For Jacy Kevin McManus Again

Wolf Creek, Ore. –  Early on Thursday morning, April 20th, the Oregon State Police (OSP) SWAT served a search warrant on a residence in Wolf Creek. OSP Criminal Division had information that 35 year old Jacy Kevin McManus was at said residence. There is a state wide felony warrant for McManus related to a...
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