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Lake County 911 Gets Upgrades

Lakeview, Ore.– Lake County is in the process of upgrading it’s 911 phone system. Lakeview 911 Director Scott Utley gave Lakeview Town Council members an update at this week’s meeting on the upgrades the 911 center is making. Utley said the upgraded phone system will be installed by October, and a new computer aided...
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Missing Iowa Woman’s Car Found in Siskiyou County

Yreka, Calif.–  Investigators in Siskiyou County are asking for help finding a woman who was reported missing on Monday… but hasn’t been seen in a month. According to a press release, 32-year old Tarren Wolsman  was last seen at her home in Missouri Valley Iowa on May 10th… on May 31st… Forest Service employees...
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Are You In? Check Your Hunting Tag Status Here.

Salem, Ore.– Hunters can now check to see if they drew a big game tag for the fall by visiting the My Hunter Information website or calling 1-866-947-6339. Hunters will need to provide their Hunter/Angler ID#, which is printed on all ODFW license documents and stays the same from year to year. They can...
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New Fish Ladder Planned for Bear Creek

Ashland, Ore.–  Construction of an upgraded fish ladder at the Oak Street Diversion Dam in Ashland will start after June 15. The Bureau of Reclamation has contracted with Northbank Civil and Marine of Vancouver, Wash. to modify the diversion gates and replace an existing fish ladder for $1.7 million. When complete, the fish ladder will...
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Inmate Found Unresponsive Dies in Oregon Prison

Ontario, Ore.– The Oregon State Police Criminal Investigations Unit is investigating after an inmate was found unresponsive in his cell at the Snake River Correctional Institution in Ontario. 66-year old James Papineau was found unresponsive in his cell yesterday morning. He was pronounced dead a short time later. The corrections department has not been...
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Eat Your Way Around the World with Cooking Classes

Klamath Falls, Ore.–  You can get a taste of foods from around the world… without ever stamping your passport. Klamath Community College is offering a course called Edible Excursions, where you can learn to cook foods from India, Thailand, Africa, and the Middle East. To sign up for any of the Edible Excursions classes,...
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Poaching Incident Under Investigation

LaGrande, Ore.–  The Oregon State Police Fish and Wildlife division is  investigating a possible poaching case outside of LaGrande— and they need your help. A buck was found dead from two gunshots to the head earlier this month. Investigators say a 17 caliber rifle was used to kill the animal on or before June 3rd....
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Two Arrested in Chiloquin SWAT Operation

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Two people were arrested in a SWAT operation in Klamath County yesterday afternoon as part of an investigation into a rash of recent burglaries. The operation started before noon on Woodland Drive in the Oregon Shores area, and included the use of a military-style armored vehicle. The armored vehicle was used...
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Rogue River Woman Missing

Rogue River, Ore.–  A Rogue River woman is missing after her family says she headed home California. 82-year old Jean Smith was last seen Friday morning at 11 am in Garden Valley. She was expected to take Highway 80 to I-5. She’s driving a white 2007 Dodge van with Oregon Plates. Contact police if...
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State Regulators Working on New Marijuana Guidelines

Salem, Ore.–  The Oregon Liquor Control Commission is working to flesh out the regulations for the sale of recreational marijuana. Starting July first… Oregonians over the age of 21 will be able to grow and consume small amounts of marijuana— even if you don’t have a medical reason to do so. Lawmakers say it...
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