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Four hurt in motorcycle accident

Burns, Ore.– Burns, Ore.– Four motorcycle riders were hurt yesterday in a multi-bike wreck on Highway 20 east of Burns. A group of 7 motorcyclists from Iowa were riding together, when one of them swerved to avoid hitting some wood in the road. A 64-year old man was critically hurt… flown to a Bend...
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Sheriff’s Office confiscates thousands of illegal pot plants

Yreka, Calif.- The Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office has been busy… seizing more than 66-hundred illegal marijuana plants in over a dozen raids over the past month. According to a press release, the agency has also confiscated illegally-owned firearms, thousands of dollars in cash, and hundreds of pounds of processed pot, along with several Honey...
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Man arrested for stealing thousand in cash, jewelry from mom

Klamath Falls, Ore.–A 24-year old Merrill man faces up to 10 years behind bars after Deputies say he stole more than 47-thousand dollars worth of cash and jewelry from his mom. Jose Luis Garcia-Gonzalez was arrested Tuesday night after the victim reported the theft of a lockbox. He’s charged with felony aggravated theft.
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Bundy asks to wear boots to trial

Portland, Ore.– Ammon Bundy wants to wear cowboy boots to his trial. Last month, the US Marshal’s Service sent an email to the men preparing to stand trial for their role in the 41-day stand-off at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, saying they would not be allowed to wear ties, bows, belts, shoelaces, or...
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Fred Meyer adds Medford store to on-line shopping

Portland, Ore.– Fred Meyer is expanding its online grocery order program into Medford. The retailer rolled out its order-on-line-pick-up-at-the-store service about a year ago at a handful of Portland-area stores. A handful of new stores are adding the Check List service… including the one in Medford.
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FBI conducts growing number of background checks

Washington, D.C.– More Americans are buying guns. The FBI shows that they’ve seen a 6-percent hike in the number of background checks they’ve performed for firearms purchases in the U-S. Some of that increase could be the result of increased background check regulations. The FBI says it conducted 1.8 million backgrounds checks across the...
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Klamath Falls business wins money in national contest

Klamath Falls, Ore.– A Klamath Falls business was awarded a 10-thousand dollar grant as part of a national online contest. Tashi Handmade Naturals was one of more than a thousand businesses that entered a contest.. and ended up in third place. The store is using the funds to expand its product line, and making...
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City offers grants to beautify downtown buildings

Klamath Falls, Ore.– The City of Klamath Falls is giving downtown area business owners the chance to spruce up their store fronts. A facade improvement grant program will allow building owners and qualified tenants the chance to apply to receive money to help improve the outward appearance of their buildings. A separate building improvement grant...
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KID recall election moves forward

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Two Klamath Irrigation District board members will face a recall election in a little more than a month. KID members will have the chance to cast ballots on October 12th, in an effort to recall Brent Cheyne and Ken Smith. A group of three KID members collected the signatures needed to...
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Gas prices stable as summer driving ends

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Gas prices have held steady in Oregon over the past week, holding at about 2.45 a gallon. As the summer comes the close… analysts say we can expect prices to start dropping slowly because of the decreased demand. Right now we’re paying about 2.45 on average for a gallon of regular...
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