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Speed Limit to Drop of 2 Sections of Highway 97

Salem, Ore.– ODOT has decided that it’s going to scale back the speed limit on two sections of Highway 97 and two sections of Highway 20. The state had just in March upped the limit to 65 miles an hour all along the highways. But engineers say there are a handful of areas along...
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Siskiyou County Approves Ban on Outdoor Pot Grows

Yreka, Calif.– Voters in Siskiyou County have passed a measure to ban outdoor marijuana grow operations. 66-percent of those who cast a ballot voted favor of the ban. Voters also passed a measure to pay for a new state-of-the-art county jail, using a sales tax increase and a 27 million dollar grants from the...
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VA Hires LGBT Coordinator

Salem, Ore.– The Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs has taken an unprecedented step by hiring the nation’s first LGBT Veterans Coordinator. Nathaniel Boehme was hired in May and is training for the new position this month, which is also LGBT Pride Month. Boehme says lawmakers originally proposed the position to help veterans who identify...
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Video: Man Arrested after Naked Confrontation

Klamath Falls, Ore.– A Klamath Falls man was arrested wearing nothing but a scowl…  after arguing with a couple outside of their home on Friday. KOBI is reporting that a woman confronted 36-year old Dustin Lee Rice who was insisting on feeding tacos to her dogs. When the woman’s boyfriend also confronted the man…...
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Gas Prices Still on the the Rise

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Gas prices are on the rise… but prices are rising in other states at a faster rate than in Oregon… putting us at the 11th most expensive gas in the nation… that’s down from 7th last week. State-side prices have risen more than 3 cents since last week at this time…...
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Fire Prep Meeting Scheduled for Scott Valley

Yreka, Ore.–  The US Forest Service announced plans for a “Scott Valley Community Fire Season Preparedness Meeting” to be held in Fort Jones on Friday, June 10.  The event will include information booths and presentations focused on the 2016 fire season Ted McArthur, District Ranger for the Salmon/Scott River Ranger District, extended an invitation to the meeting: ...
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Grads Walk Main, Receive Scholarships

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Klamath Falls area High School Grads marched down Main Street yesterday afternoon, marking the end of 12 years of schooling. As part of the celebration sponsored by Klamath Promise and its partners, several students received scholarships for a variety of achievements. Ten students each received a 1-thousand dollar reward for being...
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Domestic Assault Leads to Arrest

Klamath Falls, Ore.– A Klamath Falls man was arrested for violating a restraining order… and putting a gun to a woman’s head, while three children watched the assault. 23-year old Demond Lamont Franklin was in court this week to answer to charges of menacing and being a felon in possession of a firearm. If...
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Edible Pot Now Legal to Purchase

Salem, Ore.– Edible marijuana became legal in Oregon yesterday, but there are restrictions. Customers can purchase just one edible item per day… and it must contain no more than 15 milligrams of THC, the substance that makes marijuana a hallucinogenic. Authorities say it’s important to keep the edibles out of the reach of children…...
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Woman Sentenced in Bat Assault

Klamath Falls, Ore.– A Klamath Falls woman will spend more than 2 years in prison after pleading no contest this week to going after police with a baseball bat. 48-year old Angela Rose Russell was charged with four counts of unlawful use of a weapon, two counts of attempted assault, and resisting arrest for...
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