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Marijuana Edibles Can Be Sold Starting Wednesday

Salem, Ore.– The next phase of Oregon’s legalized recreational marijuana goes into effect this week… when marijuana edibles and extracts can be legally purchased. Since October… adults over the age of 21 have been able to buy small amounts of pot, and grow the plant for personal use. Starting Tuesday June 2nd… marijuana dispensaries...
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Henley’s SWARM Wins Award

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Henley High School has been recognized for its school spirit. The Oregon School Activities Association named Henley the number one student section in the state, after a group of students submitted a We’re Number One video for its student section in the organization’s annual competition. Students organized the SWARM student section...
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Man Arrested After Stabbing Drinking Buddy

Klamath Falls, Ore.– A fight in the Walmart parking lot Friday night left one man injured… and another behind bars. Klamath Falls Police say 30-year old Brandon Nemechek and another man had been drinking together, when they got into an argument that turned physical. Police were called out at around 11:15 Friday night, where...
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Arts Festival Committee Seeks Committee Members

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Arts on the Flyway committees are currently seeking volunteers to help stage a large-scale, downtown festival in September. Nine Klamath Falls organizations (Ross Ragland Theater, Linkville Players, Favell Museum, Discover Klamath, Klamath Arts Counsel, Klamath Fall Downtown Association, Klamath Folk Society, Klamath County Museums and Klamath County Library System) have banded...
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Man Killed in Beatty Shooting

Klamath Falls, Ore.– An arrest has been made in the shooting death of a Bly Mountain man. Klamath County Deputies were called out to the Bly Mountain area yesterday afternoon, where they found 77-year old Fay Roy Knight dead from a gunshot wound. 40-year old Timothy J. Taylor has been arrested and charged with murder...
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Police Looking for Unsafe Drivers

Klamath Falls, Ore.– It’s not too early to start thinking about a designated driver plan for the weekend. Triple-A is estimating some 38-million Americans will hit the roads during the long holiday weekend. That’s the second highest Memorial Day travel volume on record. State Troopers and Klamath County Sheriff’s Deputies will be out in force...
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Grant Supplies New Loaner Life Jackets

Salem, Ore.– IOBG Nautical Safety Foundation, a 501(c)3 organization, partnered with U.S. Distributing (owned by Englund Marine Supply) to purchase and deliver over 500 life jackets to major water safety organizations for life jacket loaner stations throughout Oregon. The Oregon State Marine Board awarded IOBG a $2500 grant to purchase new life jackets.  “It is...
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Klamath Tribes Claim Water Rights

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Not even Memorial Day weekend… and already… the irrigation shutoffs have started. The Klamath Tribes has sent a letter to the Oregon Water Resources Department, claiming its water rights. Right now… only the only water being regulated is from Fort Creek in Fort Klamath… impacting more than 18-hundred irrigators. Other calls on...
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Pot Tax Revenue Estimates Revised

Salem, Ore.–Oregon’s Office of Legislative Review had estimated that Oregon would see about 3 million dollars in tax revenue in the first year of legalized recreational marijuana. They were off– by a lot. In just the first three months, pot users have added 10.5 million dollars to the state’s coffers. The agency now estimates...
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Freeze Warning, Watch Through Saturday

Klamath Falls, Ore.– A Freeze Warning is in effect for areas of the Klamath Basin starting at 3:00 AM Friday morning. The National Weather Service says temperatures could dip to 30 degrees overnight tonight and tomorrow night, which could damage garden plants and crops. The watch includes Klamath Falls, Chiloquin, Bonanaza, Tulelake, and Macdoel...
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