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Don’t Drive on Muddy Roads

Lakeview, Ore.– Folks with the Fremont-Winema National Forest are asking you to avoid driving on unpaved forest service roads when they’re muddy. Driving in the mud leaves tracks that will harden as the mud dries, damaging the roads, and can lead to a $5,000 fine and jail time.
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Salmon Runs are Adequate

Klamath Falls, Ore.– While they didn’t increase as much as expected, Salmon runs in the Klamath River were where they needed to be during 2013 to accommodate commercial and sport fishing.
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Feds to Look Into Cover Oregon

Washington, DC– The US Government Accountability Office has accepted a request to look into problems with problematic state health exchanges, like the one here in Oregon. Senators Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley have both sent requests to the GAO. Other trouble-spots include Maryland, Hawaii, and Minnesota. Cover Oregon was supposed to go live in...
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Gilchrist Forest to Transfer to State

Klamath Falls, Ore.– The Oregon Department of Forestry approved the transfer of 29-thousand acres of land from Northern Klamath County to the Gilchrist State Forest. The state will pay for the land with $10 million in bonds incrementally over the course of two years. Once complete, Gilchrist State Forest will cover more than 72-thousand...
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Man Stabbed in Fight

Dunsmuir, Calif.– A Mt. Shasta man is in jail, charged with attempted murder after a fight outside a bar in Dunsmuir. 26-year old Daniel Moreno allegedly stabbed another man several times in the back. 25-year old Seth Moore from Dunsmuir was also arrested for obstruction. The victim was taken to Mercy Medical Center in...
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Agreement Reached on Upper Klamath Basin Water

For more than 8 months, several lawmakers and organizations have been working to resolve issues with water and resource management in the Upper Klamath Basin. Senator Jeff Merkley was among those working on what is now being called an historic agreement between the Klamath Tribes, and US Department of the Interior and irrigators in...
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Klamath Falls City Council Approves Dispensary Regulations

Klamath Falls, Ore. – Tuesday the Klamath Falls city council adopted an ordinance outlining regulations for medical marijuana dispensaries in the city. Council President Bill Adams and Councilman Bud Hart both voted against the ordinance. It will be finalized later this month, and go into effect in April.
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Bonanza Woman Missing

Klamath Falls, Ore.– A Bonanza woman is missing, and the Klamath County Sheriff’s office is asking for help in finding her. 48-year old Debra Luanne Morgan also goes by the last name of Sparks. She was last seen 12 days ago, on Saturday, February 22nd at around 5:00 in the evening. Investigators say she...
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Search for Portland Woman Expands

Yreka, Ca. – Searchers spent another day combing the Klamath river and areas around the river in Siskiyou County, trying to find a Portland woman who has been missing since Saturday. A spokesperson for the Sheriff’s office confirmed that a deputy found a sleeping bag with blood on it near 27-year old Grace Sabots’...
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Oregon Jobless Rate Down

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Current drought conditions have led to members of the Modoc Nation to ask federal agencies to stop pumping water out of the Klamath Basin Refuge Complex. The tribe recently passed a resolution to try to protect the Modoc’s natural and wildlife resources in Northern California and Southern Oregon, including Upper and...
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