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Oregon Street Shooting: No Charges Filed

Klamath Falls, Ore.– No charges have been filed in connection with a shooting from earlier this week. According to Klamath County District Attorney Rob Patridge, they’re not calling the shooter in the case a suspect. According to Klamath Falls Police he is a 57-year old male. No names have been released related to shooting,...
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Body Found in Burned Truck

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Oregon State Police are investigating the death of a Klamath Falls man whose body was found in the bed of a burning pick-up on a dirt road south of Highway 140 West of KFalls. Crews from the Rocky Point fire district responded to the report of a truck on fire, and after...
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One Person Injured in Accident on Highway 58

Klamath Falls, Ore.– One person was injured in an early morning accident after a tractor trailer overturned on Highway 58 near the Klamath County line. The truck missed a curve and crossed the center line, hitting a guardrail and tipping over. The driver, 64-year old Teodor Margineau from Portland, wasn’t injured. A passenger, 50-year...
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Oregon Tech Student Arrested for Making Threats

Klamath Falls, Ore.– An Oregon Tech student was taken into custody in Portland after sending threatening facebook messages to classmates. Public Relations Representative Ashely Van Essen said the Oregon Tech student hadn’t returned to campus after Spring break, and the school will need to decide if they want him to come back. Van Essen...
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Lakeview Tables Moratorium Issue

Lakeview, Ore.– The city of Lakeview last night decided to table a decision on whether to impose a one-year moratorium on medical marijuana dispensaries in the city. Council listened to public comments both in favor and opposed to the dispensaries, and stated that they’ve also received written comments. The town has until May 1...
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Veteran Recognition Program Up and Running

Klamath Falls, Ore.–It’s been in the works for several months. Starting next week, local veterans will be able to get a photo ID card that will allow them to take advantage of special discounts and services in the Basin. The Klamath County Veteran Recognition Program is funded by a grant from the VA.
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Modoc County Recall Effort Fails

Modoc County, Calif.– A recall effort in Modoc County has failed. Voters in the County’s fourth district voted against an effort to recall the town’s supervisor. Jim Wills has only been in office since January of last year, but those who collected signatures to get the recall election on the ballot say he’s been...
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Rocky Point Recall Certified

Klamath Falls, Ore.– The results of the Rocky Point Fire District recall election are now certified. Voters in the district approved the recall effort, removing Anthony Bixler and Rita Donato from their positions in the district. Community members started the recall in February, based on concerns that the board was making financial decisions that...
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Public Hearing Gives Commissioners an Earful

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Klamath County Commissioners yesterday asked for public opinions… and they got them. Nearly two-dozen Klamath County residents spoke at a hearing yesterday, as Commissioners decide whether to implement a one-year moratorium on approving medical marijuana dispensaries. State lawmakers passed legislation recently allowing local governments to delay implementing the new dispensary laws...
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Mazama Student is Volunteer of the Year

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Congratulations to Mazama High school senior Emily Foster, who was chosen as the United Way’s Klamath County Volunteer of the Year at yesterday’s volunteer luncheon. Foster is involved in many community programs, including Future Business Leaders of America.
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