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Fundraiser to Help Wetlands

Klamath Falls, Ore.– A weekend fund-raiser for Ducks Unlimited raised $40,000 dollars for wetlands restoration. The group is also working with Home Depot to rebuild two handicap bird watching and hunting blinds at Miller Island, allowing for safer wheelchair access.
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Klamath Chamber Had IDEAs for Helping Business Start-ups

The Klamath County Chamber of Commerce is working with private businesses and government agencies to help entrepreneurs get started with their business plans. It’s a program called IDEA– Inspire Development- Energize Acceleration, and would provide some start-up support for small businesses in the form of shared office space to help “incubate” the business until...
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Wild Spring Weather This Week

Klamath Falls, Ore.– The national weather service has issued a special weather statement for the Klamath Basin, warning of of a storm expected to pass through starting tomorrow and lasting into next weekend. The storm will bring some rain, and possibly snow. Snow levels will be at around 45-hundred feet tomorrow night, and 4-thousand...
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OSP: Stay Safe on Spring Break

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Many schools are on Spring Break in the Basin this week, and that means folks hitting the road. Last year during spring break, six people died in six separate accidents in Oregon, according to Oregon State Police. Police want to remind drivers to stay safe by obeying speed limits and using...
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More Burglaries Strike the Basin

Klamath Falls, Ore. – On Thursday 3-20-14 Sheriffs deputies responded to a residential burglary call off of Round Lake Road, that had occurred during the later morning hours.  The suspects not only took firearms, jewelry and electronics, they took two ATVs from the residence. There have been other burglaries in the immediate area that...
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Forest Service Partners with Local Woodcutters

Klamath Falls, Ore.– With a lack of rain and snow in Southern Oregon and Northern California this winter, this summer could be shaping up to be a busy fire season. Forest Service officials with the Klamath National Forest are looking to partner with experienced woodcutters to help clear out dead wood that could fuel...
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Irish Breakfast to Raise Funds for Chiloquin Athlete

Chiloquin, Ore.– The Chiloquin community holds a fund-raising breakfast tomorrow morning to help send an athlete to a competition in Australia. Eric Cooper has qualified to compete in  the Down Under Sports Track Meet this summer. The classic Irish breakfast will be served at the Chiloquin community center from 8-11. The menu includes corned...
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Studded Tire Deadline Looms

Klamath Falls, Ore.– As you’re putting together your plans for the weekend… you may want to add, “Take Off the Studded Tires” to your to-do list. Studded tires must off your vehicles by Tuesday, April 1st, or you could face a minimum $190 fine.
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Flight Makes Emergency Landing

Eugene, Ore.– An Alaska Airlines flight had to make an emergency landing in Eugene yesterday. The flight from Orange County, California, to Seattle made the unscheduled landing after a galley oven started smoking. Crew members unplugged the oven and used a fire extinguisher, though there was no fire. Passengers were placed on another plane...
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Friday Blood Drive

Klamath Falls, Ore.– The Red Cross Bloodmobile is at Liberty Tax on South Sixth Street in Klamath Falls from 10am to 3pm Friday.
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