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Gulch Fire at 9:45PM Thursday, July 3, 2014
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Gulch Fire was Human-Caused

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Investigators are now saying the Gulch Fire West of Alturas was human -caused, and are asking you to help with the investigation. The fire was first reported Thursday afternoon, and has burned nearly 15-hundred acres of grass, brush, and trees. The fire is 91-percent contained as of this morning. If you...
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Bethanie Jones
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Wilderville Woman Arrested for Shooting Husband

Klamath Falls, Ore.– A Wilderville woman was arrested over the weekend, charged with reckless endangerment and first degree assault after allegedly shooting her husband in the leg. 35-year old Bethanie Jones was arrested at the couple’s home in Josephine County. The victim’s wounds are not considered life-threatening.
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Algoma Fire North of Klamath

Algoma Fire • The fire is located six miles north of Klamath Falls and can be seen from Hwy 97. It is burning on private land in grass, sage and juniper. • There are four homes along Algoma road threatened but in no imminent danger at this time, however, last night one residence was...
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The Saddle Flat Fire is in the mop-up stage.
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Two New Wildfires Reported

Lakeview, Ore.– Two new fires were reported Friday. They have been named Freedom and Independence in honor of Americans and their sacrifices that have made Independence Day possible. Freedom is located at Township 32S Range 12E Section 30 NWNE and is .12 acres; Independence is at Township 25S Range 17E Section 24 SENE and...
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The Two Strikes Fire
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Fire Crews Work 40 Lightning Fires

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Firefighters have responded nearly 40 fires in the South Central Oregon Fire Management Partnership area (SCOFMP) since July 1. The largest is the Saddle Flat fire which was reported at 3:25 p.m., July 3 and has grown to 5.3 acres. It is located at Township 23S Range 18E Section 26 SWNW....
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Call for Candidates in Siskiyou County

Yreka, Calif.– Residents of Siskiyou County who are considering running for public office can file the paperwork to declare your intention to run beginning July 14th.  Click HERE to see the complete list of offices up for election. Notices of Election, detailing the specific offices up for election and the candidate filing process for each...
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Two-Strikes Fire

Lighting Strikes Ignite Fires in the Basin

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Crews are getting the upper hand on a lighting fire at the Lava Beds National Monument south of Tulelake. Forestry official originally estimated the blaze at 50-acres. The camp ground at the lava beds was shut down as a precaution but reopened late yesterday. Two trails will remain closed today. Dry lightning...
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Tulelake to Conserve Water

Klamath Falls, Ore.– In an effort to conserve water during the drought, Tulelake residents are being asked to follow an odd-even watering schedule for the summer. Until further notice, residents who live north of the of East-West Road will water on even numbered days, and folks  south of the road will water on odd numbered days.
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Lakeview Considers Dispensary Regulations

Lakeview, Ore.– Lake County currently is home to more than 100 medical marijuana card holders. That is why Lakeview Town Council members have agreed to put into place regulations for a medical marijuana dispensary. At their most recent meeting, the council instructed the town’s attorney to begin drafting an ordinance which should be ready to...
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Klamath Falls Ranks 8th Most Exciting Oregon City

Klamath Falls, Ore.– A real estate blog ranks Klamath Falls as the 8th most exciting city in Oregon. Ashland made the number one slot, followed by Portland, Lake Oswego, and Eugene. MOVOTO.com based its rankings on night life, outdoor activities, arts and entertainment, among other criteria. The website says 22-percent of the city’s population...
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