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Oregon-based Reser’s Fine Foods recalling over 22,000 pounds of meat and salads

BEAVERTON, Ore. — Oregon-based Reser’s Fine Foods is recalling around 22,800 pounds of chicken, ham and beef products and refrigerated ready-to-eat salads made at a Topeka, Kansas plant due to a bacteria outbreak there. The company and the U.S.D.A. say the products may be contaminated with Listeria. The products were shipped to retailers and...
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Governor Kitzhaber will make a decision on run for for Governor by the end of the month

SALEM, Ore. –Gov. Kitzhaber says he’ll be ready to announce his decision on a second term by the end of this month.  Nike just gave him some incentive  with a $10,000 contribution to Kitzhaber’s campaign fund. Last December, Kitzhaber called a special session at Nike’s request to pass legislation that promised the state wouldn’t...
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Fremont-Winema National Forest offering bough commercial permits

The Bly and Lakeview Ranger Districts of the Fremont-Winema National Forest are offering cedar, pine, and white fire bough commercial-use permits from now until Friday, November 15th. Each permit costs $20 per ton of material collected. Permit requirements, other than the collection period, When harvesting cedar boughs, pick only a few from any one...
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Jerky treats from China sicken hundreds of dogs nationwide

WASHINGTON — Canine illnesses and deaths have been linked to jerky treats from China, and the FDA is warning dog owners not to buy any jerky treats at all. Dog owners should be cautious about feeding their dogs any kind of jerky treat, even if the packages don’t mention China. They still may contain...
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National Drug Take Back Day coming up this weekend

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — National Drug Take Back Day is coming up this weekend, and it gives the public a chance to turn in their leftover and expired prescription drugs that theymay have at home. The event is planned for Saturday from 10am until 2pm., and to find a location near you, you can...
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New nursing program gets the green light today at Klamath Community College

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — A new nursing program is kicking off at Klamath Community College, and the finalization of the plans for that program take place today. Students will soon be able to get a two-year degree in Registered Nursing in Klamath and Lake Counties after an agreement is signed between Klamath Community College...
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New Text a Tip line available for parents and students in Klamath Falls

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Citizens for Safe Schools, the Klamath Falls Police Department, the Klamath County Sheriff’s Department and both City and County School Districts have launched a Text a Tip Line for students and their parents to anonymously submit tips about bullying and crime in school. Text a Tip can be used on...
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Dennis Richardson get a big donation for his campaign

CAVE JUNCTION, Ore. — Dennis Richardson just got a big financial boost for his campaign for governor of Oregon. Richardson just received a $20,000 donation from Stimson Lumber.  The Portland timber company’s CEO, Andrew Miller, is a big supporter of the GOP ticket. Richardson is now approaching $100,000 in fundraising donations.  
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Snow removal assistance offered for Klamath Falls senior citizens

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Snow is on its way, and the City of Klamath Falls is partnering with the Klamath Basin Senior Citizens’ Center to offer senior citizen snow removal assistance. The Senior Center is managing the program for the City, and is looking for senior citizens who are residents of the city that...
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New elephant exhibit breaks ground at Wildlife Safari

WINSTON, Ore. — A new exhibit just broke ground at Wildlife Safari. The Elephant Waterhole Exhibit was been funded by September’s Benefit Dinner & Auction. A tentative completion date is set for next spring. When it’s complete, visitors will be able to watch elephants interacting in an environment very similar to what you would...
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