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VA Funded Transportation Clears Milestone In Serving Rural Veterans In Oregon

Salem, Ore. - Veterans who live in rural parts of Oregon are getting a little more help. In its first two years in operation, Oregon’s Highly Rural Transportation Program (OHRTP), has logged over 500-thousand miles.  OHRTP is a federal, state and local partnership that is helping meet the urgent transportation needs of veterans who live...
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Basin National Wildlife Refuge Looking For Professional Guides

Tulelake, Cal. – Klamath Basin National Wildlife Refuge Complex is seeking to team up with professional waterfowl guides for commercial guiding privileges at three National Wildlife Refuges in the Basin for the 2017 hunting season. All licensed guides are welcome to apply, however only professional guides with documented experience in waterfowl hunting will be...
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Klamath Falls Man Arrested For Attempted Murder Among Other Charges

Klamath Falls, Ore.- Last Friday, June 9th around 12:20am officers from the Klamath Falls Police Department (KFPD) responded to a call of shots fired in the area of 800 Upham Street. Upon arriving at the scene, further investigation led officers to the 1000 block of North 8th Street, where they learned a house was...
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Temporary Closure Of Forest Road 28 In The Fremont-Winema Forest

Lakeview, Ore – Word from the US Forest Service is that Forest Road 28, aka Thomas Creek Road in the Fremont-Winema National Forest is closed for roadwork until Friday, June 23rd. The closure starts approximately at the Forest boundary outside of Lakeview and continues for about seven miles. A detour is available off Highway 140...
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The First Chiloquin Community Forest And Fire Project Workshop Tuesday June 13th

Chiloquin, Ore. – If you’re a landowner in or near Chiloquin you might have recently been contacted by the Klamath-Lake Forest Health Partnership (KLFHP). The KLFHP is reaching out in an effort to reduce wildland fire danger, assist effective fire response and restore wildlife habitat and forest health. The effort is called the Chiloquin...
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OIT Pedestrian Bridge Finally A Reality

Klamath Falls, Ore. – Last Friday afternoon a labor of love in the making for half a year, was finally put in place and is almost done. We’re talking about the concrete pedestrian bridge at Oregon Tech near the solar panel field.   Every material and every minute of time was donated. Students from...
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Four Klamath Falls City Meetings Tonight: City Council/Planning Commission And KFCSD

Klamath Falls, Ore. – This evening at the City Hall Annex, both the Klamath Falls City Council and the City Planning Commission will be meeting.  The first session which starts at 5:30pm will be a Work Session in the Conference Room of the building, where they’ll discuss current downtown designs and streetscapes and how...
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City Of Klamath Falls Road Crews Out All This Week, Weather Permitting

Klamath Falls, Ore. – Watch for road crews this week as the City of Klamath Falls Public Works department will be out and about working on our roads.  From 4am-4:30pm all this week, Monday through Friday, Street Division crews will be repairing asphalt on Shasta Way between Austin St. and South 6th Street, as...
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Klamath County Museum Closed Until Further Notice

Klamath Falls, Ore. – The entire Klamath County Museum at 1451 Main St. will be closed for an indefinite amount of time for repairs. Museum Manager Todd Kepple says “We will be repairing a cracked beam in the roof of our historic building. We had hoped to keep a portion of the building open...
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KCSD May Spray For Mosquitoes In South Suburbs Schools

Klamath Falls, Ore. – The Klamath County School District (KCSD) is working to ensure the safety of children and staff this spring as it plans to spray for mosquitoes at schools within the Klamath Falls South Suburbs. The district had planned to spray yesterday, Thursday, June 8th but conditions were not ideal. Darin Martins,...
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