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Former OIT Coach Reportedly Passes Away

Ashland, Ore. –  Craig Howard, the former head football coach at OIT in 1991, who then went on to helm Southern Oregon University  has reportedly passed away. He was 64. Howard started his college career as a defensive coordinator at Oregon Tech and Portland State.  He got his first head coaching job in 1991...
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New Sports Store Having Grand Opening On The 28th

Klamath Falls, Ore. – Elite Sports, a locally owned and operated sporting goods store, is having its Grand Opening here in Klamath Falls on Saturday, January 28 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.  Elite Sports carries top name brand clothing and footwear from Nike, Adidas and Under Armour as well as other items like letterman jackets,...
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The Winter Weather Could Be Putting Your Fishing Plans On Ice

Salem, Ore. – The Winter weather is affecting more than roads, schools and highways, it’s affecting fishing.  Upper Klamath Lake is frozen and ice fishing is not recommended.  You can however, fish at the outlet of the lake near Pelican Marina.  Access to the Klamath River is extremely challenging considering the snow right now....
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Sprague River Off Limits For Fishing Until April

Klamath Falls, Ore. – Forget fishing in the Sprague River at least for a while.  Starting Monday January 23rd until late April, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife is banning fishing in that area for the welfare of the Redband Trout.  Fishing while the animals are trying to spawn causes stress and possibly...
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Yreka Man Missing

Yreka, Cal. – Trygve “Karl” Larson, 79 years old from Yreka, hasn’t been seen since Sunday the 15th of January.  According to the Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office Mr. Larson resides in a trailer park and is known to go on nature walks.   His family says he may be endangered for various reasons that...
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Women’s Rights March Saturday Here In Klamath Falls

Klamath Falls, Ore. – Tomorrow, a day after the presidential inauguration, women and some men from all over the world will take part in the Women’s March on Washington. For those that can’t make it to D.C., there are at least 600 Sister Marches being held in cities across the US.  It’s expected over...
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Oregon’s Employment Ended 2016 On A High Note

Salem, Ore. – The state’s unemployment rate ended 2016 on a high note.  Oregon’s unemployment rate was 5% in November and dropped to 4.6% in December.  Pretty much right in line with the Nation’s unemployment in December which was 4.7%  In December, the state showed 5,000 new employees; broken down as 1,200 in professional...
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Oregon’s Part In The Presidential Inauguration

Salem, Ore. -  This week about 50 Oregon National Guard service members are in Washington, D.C. for Friday’s Presidential Inauguration.  The Guards are assisting the District of Columbia National Guard as part of a Joint Task Force.  They’ll be involved in the opening ceremony, swearing-in ceremony, inaugural speech and parade.  The inauguration and associated...
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21 Year Old Arrested In Connection With Runaway Oregon Teen

Jackson County, Ore. – A 21 year old Redding California man has been arrested in Jackson County, Oregon on sexual abuse charges.  The arrest is tied to a case involving a 13 year old girl listed as a runaway from Josephine County.  On Wednesday, a trooper stopped to help out what he thought was...
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Medford’s Singing Gas Attendant

Medford, Ore. – Next time you’re in Medford getting gas, don’t be surprised if the station attendant starts serenading you.  At the Shell gas station on the corner of Central and Jackson, Jacob Howard sings while he pumps gas.  Why does he do it?  He enjoys bringing joy into people’s lives and random acts...
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