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Child Dies in Shooting Accident

Klamath Falls, Ore.– An 11-year old boy has died in what police are calling an accidental shooting in Malin. The boy’s name has not yet been released, at the family’s request, but Malin Marshal Ron Broussard confirmed that he died last night after accidentally shooting himself in the stomach. Broussard is the lead investigator...
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Prescribed Burns in Lake County

Lakeview, Ore.– There’s a controlled burn happening in the Lakeview Ranger district of the Fremont Winema National forest. Fire crews are burning about a thousand acres, 20 miles west of Lakeview. Depending on how the weather plays out, they could be doing prescribed burns over the next couple of weeks. 
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Suspect Claims Mistaken Identity

Medford, Ore.– The man in custody in Jackson County for a murder in Siskiyou County is refusing to agree to be extradicted to California to face charges. The man police and deputies have identified as 27-year old Mathew Baker claims that’s not who he. A hearing next week will try to sort it out.
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Program Helps You Swap Out Old Wood Stove

Klamath Falls, Ore.– On a yellow air quality day, you can’t use a non-certified wood stove. But what if that’s you’re only source of heat? You can apply for an exemption, but state lawmakers have now approved 1.5 million dollars for a program to help Klamath and Lake county residents swap out old wood...
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KCC Hikes President’s Pay

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Klamath Community College will pony-up the money to keep the school’s president around for a while longer. President Roberto Gutierrez was on the short list for a job in Florida that would have nearly doubled his salary. But he told KCC’s Board of Education he’s be happy to withdraw his name...
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Safeway Stores Slated for Make-overs

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Two Klamath Falls Safeway Stores will get a make-over in April. The stores were part of deal that has Northwest-based chain Haggan taking over both Safeway locations in Klamath Falls. The ownership swap is official as of Friday. The new owners have mapped out a rough plan for changing the signage...
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Oregon Farm Bureau: Bill will Hurt Oregon Agriculture

Salem, Ore.– As the house gets ready to take a look at Senate Bill 324 A, more commonly referred to as the low carbon fuel standard bill, agricultural organizations express their concerns over SB 324 A to Oregonians. Jenny Dresler, government affairs associate for the Oregon Farm Bureau, said that while they can’t be...
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Police Asking for Information on Missing Woman

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Alicia Christine Scott went missing from the Klamath Falls area on Thursday, January 22nd, 2015. She has also gone by the names Alicia Jensen, and Alicia Maris. She’s 35-years old, 5’03” 140 pounds, with medium length blonde hair. She has family in the Bend area, but hasn’t contacted her family since...
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California DFW will Not Introduced Wolves

Alturas, Calif.– The California Department of Wildlife says it has no plans to try reintroducing wolves to Northern California. Wildlife officials were in Alturas last week, and said while there’s nothing stopping Oregon’s growing wolf population from crossing the border, California will not work to introduce wolves. Oregon’s tagged wolf, named OR7, did cross into Modoc...
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Grant Helps Rural Learning Centers in Lake County

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Meyer Memorial Trust has awarded Klamath Community College, Lake County School District, and the Innovation and Learning Center, a $300,000 grant to support rural distance education in Lake County.  Of this $300,000 award, just over $194,000 will be used to provide local matching funds for the USDA Rural Development Grant, which...
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