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Swearing-in Ceremony Scheduled

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Klamath Falls’ new police chief is scheduled to be sworn in on March 30th. City Manager Nathan Cherpeski says the date could change, but that’s when they have it scheduled for now. The city last month offered the top cop job to 43-year old David Henslee from the Corvallis Police Department.
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Lakeview Meeting Focuses on Revitalization

Klamath Falls, Ore.– A meeting tonight in Lakeview will give residents the chance to brainstorm on ways to revitalize the town’s downtown area. A speaker from Oregon Main Street, will talk to residents about things that have worked in other communities, and how to preserve historic buildings while also updating the look of the...
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Big Turnout for Community Health Fair

Klamath Falls, Ore.– More than 2000 people turned out this weekend for the Living Well Community Health Fair. The vent was sponsored by Sky Lakes Medical Center, and offered free screenings for cholestrol, blood pressure, and other health factors. This was the 17th year the hospital has sponsored the event at the Klamath County...
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Fallen Oregon Soldier Remembered

Salem, Ore— Representative Cliff Bentz (R-Ontario) recently introduced House Bill 2981, which honors the late Army Specialist Mabry Anders, a Baker City native, by dedicating to him and his family an Oregon Highway Fallen Hero memorial. Army Specialist Mabry James Anders was born on July 22, 1991, in Yuma, Arizona, and grew up in...
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Oaks and maples planted by the Klamath Tree League in 2012 are seen here at the intersection of Crater Lake Parkway and Portland Street.

Help Wanted: Basin Planting Projects Bloom

Klamath Falls, Ore.– The Klamath Tree League and the Klamath District Garden Clubs are planning several tree and flower plantings for Klamath Falls in the spring of this year, and is inviting local citizens and organizations to join the effort. Plantings will occur along Crater Lake Parkway and hiking and biking trails, mostly during...
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Photo exhibit features scenes from Midway Atoll

Klamath Falls, Ore.– A collection of wildlife and nature photos taken on the Midway Atoll in the central Pacific Ocean will be on display through April in the Klamath County Museum’s Modoc Gallery. The photos were taken by Judith Hassen, former manager of the Klamath County Museum. Hassen left the museum job in October...
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Hospital Lifts Flu Restrictions

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Sky Lakes Medical Center has lifted flu restrictions put in place earlier this year as the hospital tried to curb exposure to the virus. The flu season is winding down, with fewer patients being diagnosed. So, the hospital will now allow children under 18 to visit patients at the hospital.
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Mushroom Permits Available

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Permits for the 2015 spring mushroom harvesting season on the Goosenest and Happy Camp/Oak Knoll Ranger Districts are now available. Permits allow harvesters to pick in varying amounts. Four consecutive days permits are set at a value of $20 with each additional consecutive day just $5. Monthly (30 consecutive days) permits...
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Child Dies in Shooting Accident

Klamath Falls, Ore.– An 11-year old boy has died in what police are calling an accidental shooting in Malin. The boy’s name has not yet been released, at the family’s request, but Malin Marshal Ron Broussard confirmed that he died last night after accidentally shooting himself in the stomach. Broussard is the lead investigator...
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Prescribed Burns in Lake County

Lakeview, Ore.– There’s a controlled burn happening in the Lakeview Ranger district of the Fremont Winema National forest. Fire crews are burning about a thousand acres, 20 miles west of Lakeview. Depending on how the weather plays out, they could be doing prescribed burns over the next couple of weeks. 
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