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Patridge offered Medford gig

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Is Klamath County District Attorney Rob Patridge collecting cardboard boxes? The city of Medford has offered him a new gig as their city manager. Patridge told the Medford Mail Tribune that he was waiting for details of the offer as of Friday. Medford’s city council will hold an executive session on...
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Corono-Avila

Inmate dies in custody

Umatilla, Ore.– Another inmate has died while in the custody of the Oregon State Department of Corrections. According to a press release… 29-year old Rigoberto Corono-Avila was taken from Two Rivers Correctional Institution to a Umatilla-area hospital on Saturday afternoon for undisclosed medical care, and died Sunday morning. He’s been in prison since December...
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Missing Hikers

Man, teen missing in Marble Mountain Wilderness

UPDATE: From Siskiyou county officials. They’ve been found safe. Yreka, Calif.– Searchers in Siskiyou County are looking for 14-year old Cody Hopkins and 54-year old Joseph Hopkins who were expected to return from a 10-day hiking trip in the Marble Mountain Wilderness on June 29th. Their plan was to leave from Let’er Buck Trailhead...
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Klamath agency to set up sobering station

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Klamath Basin Behavioral Health applied for and was awarded a 250-thousand dollar grant to build a sobering station as part of the Klamath County Community Mental Health Program. Sky Lakes Medical Center has also contributed 200-thousand dollars toward the project, along with 40-thousand earmarked from Klamath County. Construction on the sobering...
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County approves growth boundary to make way for Dollar General

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Klamath County Commissioners this week gave a thumbs up to a plan to expand Chiloquin’s Urban Growth Boundary to make way for a new Dollar General store. The city of Chiloquin has already approved the discount retailer’s bid to build, but still needs to approve the request to extend utilities the...
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OIT’s Maples moving on

Klamath Falls, Ore.– The Oregon Institute of Technology continues its search for a new President as Chris Maples wraps up his time at the college today. Maples has held the position for 8 years, and announced earlier this year that today would be his last day. Jay Kenton… who has worked at Oregon Tech...
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Sugarman’s Park opens

Klamath Falls, Ore.– The City of Klamath Falls on Thursday held a ribbon cutting ceremony to officially open the new corner park in the downtown area. The park is built on the site of the old K. Sugarman’s clothing store at the corner of 6th and Mainstreet.
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Lakeview, Lake County approve UGB to prepare for Red Rock Biofuels

Lakeview, Ore.– Lakeview and Lake County officials have approved a proposal to expand its Urban Growth Boundaries to include 61 acres of land for a proposed biofuels plant. Red Rock Biofuels plans to build a 200-million dollar facility to convert agricultural waste and forest fuels into jet fuel. Once up and running, the facility...
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Alturas reduces fee paid to Modoc County for dispatch services

Alturas, Calif.– The City of Alturas agreed recently to reduce the amount that it pays to the Modoc County Sheriff’s Office to dispatch their emergency calls… because they needed to make some budget cuts. The city was paying 375 dollars a month… and will now pay just 200 dollars a month.
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PenAir publishes commercial flight schedule with October 5 start

Klamath Falls, Ore.– October fifth… that’s the official date PenAir plans to start providing commercial airline service to the Klamath Falls airport. The Alaska-based airline has scheduled two flights in and two flights out on week days… one flight in and one flight out on each weekend day.
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