Jordan Preston

Oregon Tech Student Gets National Honor

Jordan Preston, BS/MS candidate in civil engineering at Oregon Tech, has been selected as the 2017 “Student of the Year” by the National Institute for Transportation and Communities (NITC), a university transportation center funded by the U.S. Department of Transportation. For the past 15 years, the Department has honored an outstanding student from each...
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12th KF Police Citizens’ Academy Starts in February

The Klamath Falls Police Department is now accepting applications for its 12th CITIZEN’S ACADEMY.  The Citizen’s Academy was created to provide citizens with an overview of police operations, create opportunities for citizens to know their police officers, and strengthen relationships.  Participants will interact and learn from veteran police officers in a classroom environment.  The...
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State, Local Officials Defend Marijuana Over Fed’s Vowed Crackdown

Oregon’s governor is fighting back against U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions who has announced plans to once again enforcement federal laws against marijuana in states where it’s been legalized. Kate Brown said rolling today back the federal policy would disrupt the state’s economy with more than 19,000 jobs created by the marijuana market in...
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KF Man Charged For Threatening To Behead Neighbor

A Klamath Falls man is facing multiple charges for allegedly making death threats to neighbor and her family. Nicholas Haritoudis arrested Wednesday on California Avenue. Police say Haritoudis was holding a gas can and an axe when he threatened to cut off his neighbor’s head off and burn it and then kill and burn...
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Marc Mills

Sunriver Chief Charged With Harassment

The Police Chief of Sunriver has been charged with harassment.  The Deschutes County District Attorney says he’s charged Chief Marc Mills with misdemeanor harassment for allegedly shoving a police sergeant last month, which caused him to hit his head against a wall. Mills has been on paid administrative leave the incident. The DA is...
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Klamath Falls Man Faces Measure 11 Charges

A Klamath Falls man is charged with Measure 11 assault for allegedly paddling his kids hard enough to hurt them. Henry Alog Antonio was arrested Tuesday for the September incidents in which police say he used a paddle on his two sons, who are 10 and 14, with enough force to injure them. He’s...
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ODFW Needs Volunteers for Fishing Study

If you have a flexible schedule, love to fish and chat with other anglers, ODFW has a volunteer opportunity for you. “We need volunteers to informally interview winter steelhead anglers on the North and South Umpqua rivers. Volunteers can work a very flexible schedule and will be stationed at boat ramps in Canyonville and...
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Shasta County Sheriff Seeks Armed and Dangerous Man

Police in Northern California are on the lookout for a suspect who is considered armed and dangerous. The Shasta County Sheriff’s Office said Adrian Miles Bolayog was involved in a home invasion robbery reported on December 30 in Lakehead, California. Adrian Bolayog is facing numerous charges, including torture, kidnapping, robbery, and battery. He is...
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Running Y’s Apatite Restaurant Closes

Running Y Properties is announcing the closure of Apatite Restaurant, A Running Y Restaurant effective immediately January 3rd, 2018. Apatite has been open since August 1st, 2017. The meeting space and function space will still be available for rent and use. Please contact Running Y Properties for details at 541.850.5599. Any gift cards or...
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Bottle Bill Expands

The newly expanded Bottle Bill has begun. The refund value on approved containers in Oregon is now 10 cents, regardless of what is written on the label.  House Bill 3145 amended the Bottle Bill to add all beverages except wine, liquor, dairy or plant-based milk, meal replacement beverages, and infant formula to the Bottle Bill beginning Jan. 1, 2018.    ...
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