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Fraud Alert: Scotty McCreery Tickets are NOT on Sale Yet

Klamath Falls, Ore.– If you’ve already bought tickets to the September 13th performance of Scott McCreery at the Ross Ragland Theater– you paid too much. Crystal Muno with the theater says she was made aware of online ticket resellers that are selling tickets to the Ross Rasgland show– even though they haven’t officially gone...
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Bottle Deposit Hike on the Horizon

Salem, Ore.–  State lawmakers are thinking about hiking the amount of the deposit you pay when you buy beverage bottles, to encourage you to recycle them. In 2011, lawmakers passed a bill that raise the bottle deposit and redemption to ten cents per bottle if we’re not recycling at least 80-percent of them over...
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Winds Topple Tree Limbs, Disrupt Power

Klamath Falls, Ore.–  Strong winds last night knocked tree limbs into power lines, leaving about 500 Pacific Power customers without electricity for about an hour. A Pacific Power spokesperson said the outage lasted from about 8:45 PM to 9:45 PM, and affected homes and businesses the the Altamont area.
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Wildfires Burning Tens of Thousands of Acres in Oregon, California

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Some of the smoke that poured into the Basin over the weekend came from fires burning in central parts of the state. The Cable Crossing Fire has scorched 16-hundred acres east of Glide. Gusting winds are expected today which isn’t good. That fire is just 20-percent contained after burning for nearly a...
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Health Advisory Warns of Toxic Lakes

Klamath Falls, Ore.–  Stay out of the water. That’s the warning from the Oregon Health Authority after tests show high toxin levels in Upper Klamath Lake and Agency Lake. OHA issued the health advisory for all bodies of water in Klamath County, with the exception of Pelican Bay. The toxins are coming from blue-green...
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Governor Issues Oregon Water Restrictions

Klamath Falls, Ore.–  Oregon Governor Kate Brown says— shut it off. Brown has ordered state agencies to save more water. She said she wants state-owned facilities to cut their water used by at least 15-percent by the end of 20-20. The governor signed an executive order requiring state agencies to report their progress to her...
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Fugitive Suspected in Recent Burglaries

Klamath Falls, Ore.– A man wanted for failing to show up for court to face burglary charges… may have been involved in another burglary in Gilchrist this week. Klamath County Sheriff’s Deputies say 27-year old Joshua Holloway was one of three people who broke into a home on Old Cabin Road. 35-year old Brooke...
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Marshall Sentenced for Boles Fire

Klamath Falls, Ore.–  He pleaded guilty to starting a fire that destroyed more than 150 homes last September… Tuesday morning a judge sentenced Ronald Marshall to a tentative 3 year sentence, with a recommendation of probation. The 25-year old admitted to igniting the fire that ripped through the town of Weed on September 15th… scorching...
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Eugene Man Presumed Drowned at Diamond Lake

Klamath Falls, Ore.–  Deputies in Douglas County are searching for a Eugene man who jumped into Diamond Lake and is believed to have drowned. 51-year old Rodney Shay is a volunteer fire fighter for the Pleasant Hill Fire Department. His wife said he jumped off their boat Saturday afternoon, and never resurfaced. 
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New Rules for Accommodating Sage Grouse

Klamath Falls, Ore.–  The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission has adopted amended administrative rules for Sage-grouse management in the state. The commission adopted the new rules at its meeting Monday, which will require mitigation to offset the impact of any development projects, including aggregate mining, wind, solar, and geothermal energy plants. 
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