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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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Klamath CattleWomen Accepting Scholarship Applications

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Klamath Cattlewomen are accepting applications for college scholarships. The group raised scholarship funds during the recent bull sale. The scholarships are available to high school grads who live in the Basin and will be at least a college sophomore by the fall term. For more information and to receive an application...
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Cover Oregon Report is Out; Governor Kitzhaber is Not Happy

Salem, Ore.– There’s been a shake-up with leadership for Cover Oregon. Governor John Kitzhaber announced this morning that Oregon Health Authority Director, Dr. Bruce Goldberg, has resigned. At a press conference this morning, Kitzhaber said he was angry with information that came to light as a result of a third party report on what went...
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OSP Investigates Counterfeit Money

Klamath Falls, Ore.– A Klamath Falls woman was arrested Tuesday night during a traffic stop, when a state trooper found counterfeit $20 bills in her purse, along with some meth. 30-year old Stephanie Vigil was stopped while driving along Boardman Avenue. A drug dog alerted officers to potential narcotics in the vehicle, which led...
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Walden Bill Would Give Local Forests Control Over Roads

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Representative Greg Walden introduced a bill this week aimed at giving local folks more control over the management of forest roads. A 2012 travel management plan intended to shut down nearly a third of Wallowa-Whitman Forest’s 12-thousand miles of forest roads. Walden says his bill will allow communities to manage roads based on...
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Counterfeit $20 Bills Discovered During Traffic Stop

Klamath Falls, Ore.– A Klamath Falls woman was arrested Tuesday night during a traffic stop, when a state trooper found counterfeit $20 bills in her purse, along with some meth. 30-year old Stephanie Vigil was stopped while driving along Boardman Avenue. A drug dog alerted officers to potential narcotics in the vehicle, which led...
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History Program Makes Way Around County

Klamath Falls, Ore.– The Klamath County Museum has been holding a series of history exhibits in outlying communities in the county. Todd Kepple is with the Museum. He says the series has been a great way to reach out to amateur historians in the Basin, many of whom have done their own history research on...
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Prescribed Burn Scheduled for Thursday in Lake County

Lakeview, Ore.– The Bureau of Land Management will do some prescribed burns in the Deep Creek area of Lake County tomorrow. You might see some smoke as you drive along Highway 140 between Lakeview and Adel between 10am and 4pm tomorrow.
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