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Sheriff’s Office Recovers Stolen Loot & Arrests Suspect

Mount Shasta, Cal. – Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) investigators, in partnership with Mount Shasta Police Department (MSPD) officers, recently solved a major theft case, which involved the recovery of over one-thousand dollars’ worth of stolen property, including items stolen from various Mt. Shasta locations.  The thefts also included equipment taken from a SCSO...
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Safe Routes To School

Klamath Falls, Ore. – Tonight you’re invited to the Roosevelt Elementary School Auditorium, where the For Every Kid Coalition will be hosting a “Safe Routes to School” Town Hall.  The Coalition is hoping to bring students, parents, even grandparents together to discuss how to make it safer for kids in Oregon to walk, bike,...
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Landowner Representatives Needed

Salem, Ore. – If you’re interested in being a Landowner Representative, applications are being taken for one person from a number of counties.  The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) is looking to add to it’s Access and Habitat Board. Deschutes-Klamath and a few other Councils all have positions open for Landowner Representatives....
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95percentoregon.com

Salem, Ore. – Last week, the Governor announced a new website: 95percentoregon.com.  It’s where she says Oregonians can go to get info about what impact the  Affordable Care Act (ACA) has had on families all over the state.  The reason the site is called 95% Orgon.com is because ever since the ACA started, 95%...
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ODFW Is Looking To Add To Its Access And Habitat Board

Salem, Ore. – If you’re interested in being a Landowner Representative, applications are being taken for one person from a number of counties.  The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) is looking to add to it’s Access and Habitat Board. Deschutes-Klamath and a few other Councils all have positions open for Landowner Representatives....
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News From The Governor’s Office

Washington, D.C. – On Sunday, the Governor met with John Kelly, the Secretary of Homeland Security.  They talked about Oregon families that are being affected by the recent immigration enforcement rules – as well as now having Immigration and Custom Enforcement Officers (ICE) in county courthouses. Governor Brown was quoted as saying “I’m concerned...
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Monday Is ‘Safe Routes To School’ Day

Klamath Falls, Ore. – This coming Monday, February 27th, you’re invited to the Roosevelt Elementary School Auditorium, where the For Every Kid Coalition will be hosting a “Safe Routes to School” Town Hall. For Every Kid Coalition is hoping to bring students, parents, even grandparents together to discuss how to make it safer for...
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A Bill To Help Small Businesses, Passes in The House

Salem, Ore. – The Oregon House has passed Bill 2152 – a boon for small businesses. The bill, which passed with bipartisan support, allows Small Business Development Centers to reach out to existing and prospective small business owners throughout Oregon.  Because right now, they can’t.   Rep. David Gomberg said “Every year, 2,000 new...
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Head Start Meeting Tonight Cancelled

Klamath Falls, Ore. – The 5pm Klamath Family Head Start monthly Grantee Board meeting that was set for tonight is cancelled.   They apologize for the last minute inconvenience. 
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OIT Gets New CIO

Klamath Falls, Ore. – Yesterday OIT confirmed the hire of their new Chief Information Officer, Jim Jones.  Jones, who starts April 10th, is coming from Gonzaga University in Spokane where he’s been for 13 years.  He’ll be replacing the current CIO and Associate Vice President Paul Rowan, who is retiring. Jones will provide management...
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