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Rally Yesterday At The County Courthouse

Klamath Falls, Ore. – Yesterday there were rallies all over the United States in support of keeping the Affordable Care Act in place.  Here in Klamath Falls about 30 people gathered at the steps of the County Courthouse in an effort to show their support for the health care options currently available put in...
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Klamath Chamber Gala Celebrated The Community

Klamath Falls, Ore. – On Saturday night at the Ross Ragland, it was all about celebrating the community.  The Klamath Chamber had their 96th annual awards to show their gratitude to local businesses and individuals.  A full list of the winners follows: Best place to work (15 employees and under):  Emmett’s Auto Repair  Best...
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Political Based Gathering This Sunday

Klamath Falls, Ore. – This weekend there’s going to be a political event on the steps of the Klamath County Courthouse. Tied in with the Women’s March on Washington being held next Saturday the 21st, the local chapter of the League of Women Voters will gather at the steps of the courthouse this Sunday,...
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Another Blue Zones Approved Worksite In Klamath Falls

Klamath Falls, Ore.  - We just got another Blue Zones Approved Worksite. Cascade Comprehensive Care – the parent company for Cascade Health Alliance has officially been certified. The Blue Zones Project was started from research done by Dan Buettner of National Geographic.  Basically it’s a way to help a community strive for well being...
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Basin Medical Director Succumbs To Injuries

Klamath Falls, Ore. – It is with extreme sadness that we pass this news on.   Medical Director of the Sky Lakes Wellness Center, Dr. Stephanie Van Dyke, has passed away. She was involved in a sledding accident on January 7th here in Klamath Falls. She died while at OHSU in Portland last night,...
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Klamath Falls To Receive $450,000 In Timber Payments

Portland, Ore. – On Wednesday, it was announced that the Bureau of Land Management would distribute approximately $19 million to 18 counties in Western Oregon.  The amount for Klamath Falls is $450,000 dollars.  The payments, made via the Oregon and California Land Act helps counties offset county timber and tax revenue that is not...
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Water Contamination In Mt. Shasta City

Mt. Shasta City, Cal. – Don’t drink the water – in Mt. Shasta City – at least not right now. Some  untreated wastewater accidentally made it’s way into Cold Creek after a break in a water main sewer, south of Hatchery Lane, west of I-5. Until they tell you otherwise, avoid water from Cold...
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PenAir Renews Their Commitment To The Basin

Klamath Falls, Ore. – PenAir is here for the long haul in Klamath Falls – and they’ve found some new ways of proving it.  They’re focusing on improving reliability and on-time performance by making some adjustments to their Pacific Northwest operations.   For starters, moving their maintenance base from Aurora, Oregon to a hangar...
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KFCD #4 Celebrates Their Volunteers

Klamath Falls, Ore – This past Tuesday night, the Board of Directors for Klamath County Fire District #4, held an event to say Thank You to their volunteers. Catered by Yummies Cowboy Cuisine and held at the Knights of Columbus Hall, the volunteers were given awards as well as receiving gift cards and t-shirts....
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Snow Shoveling Assistance For Basin Seniors

Klamath Falls, Ore. – Due to the severe weather a number of elderly Basin residents have found themselves snowed in.  So,the Klamath County Community Corrections department has paired up with the Klamath Basin Senior Center to help shovel snow off driveways and sidewalks.  Each morning the senior center provides a list of addresses and...
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