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Third Thursday Dates Announced

Klamath Falls, Ore.– The Klamath Falls Downtown Association will hold its 16th annual Third Thursday summer events starting in June. The third Thursday in June, July, and August will find live music, a street fair, along with food and other vendors in the downtown area. Each month’s event will have a different theme, starting with...
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Alturas to Raise Permit, Inspection Fees

Alturas, Calif.– The city of Alturas is raising fee for burn permits and inspections. Starting May 15th, the price for a burn permit goes up to $10. Buildings that the state requires to be inspected will be billed 35-dollars an hour, with a one-hour minimum. One follow-up inspection is included, but if additional inspections are...
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Lakeview Expands Kindergarten to Full-Day

Lakeview, Ore.– Kindergarteners in Lake County school district 7 will go to school just as long as the bigger kids starting next school year. The school board this week approved full-day K-5, now that the state will help to pay for it for the first time. The district is hiring two new Kindergarten teachers as a...
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President Obama in Oregon

Klamath Falls, Ore.– President Barack Obama visits the Nike campus in Beaverton this afternoon…to bring attention to his request for fast-track authority from Congress. Even most Democrats aren’t comfortable with giving the president the power to negotiate trade agreements, then force lawmakers to give those agreements an up or down vote— without making changes. Skeptics are concerned...
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Gilchrist Man Arrested After Chase

Klamath Falls, Ore.– A Gilchrist man was arrested Thursday afternoon after leading police on a chase that started at Collier State Park, and ended at the Lava Beds National Park in Siskiyou County. According to an incident report from the California Highway Patrol… 38-year old Cort Fredrick Lae refused to pull over for Klamath...
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New Solar Farm Slated for Bly

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Big news for Bly residents… you’ll soon be the site for a new 40-acre solar panel farm. Obsidian Renewables out of Lake Oswego will start construction on the facility over the summer… creating about 40 construction jobs. “It will be up and operating and supplying electricity to customers by the end...
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Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive this Weekend

Klamath Falls, Ore.–  Mothers Day weekend has become synonymous with the “Stamp Out Hunger” food drive, when letter carriers from across the country collect food donations on their mail delivery routes. In Oregon, it’s a critical weekend for small-town food banks, like the Klamath Lake Counties Food Bank, since the food collected locally stays right...
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Alzheimer’s Preparation Class Offered

Klamath Falls, Ore.– The Oregon Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association holds a class on legal and financial planning for Alzheimer’s disease. The class is Tuesday May 19th at the Community Lounge, but you need to call 1-800-272-3900 to register. For a complete list of classes being held in Oregon, go to http://alz.org/documents/oregon/Southern_Oregon_spring_calendar_2015.pdf
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Gas Prices Up Again

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Oregon and California boast some of the highest gas prices in the nation! Average price for a gallon of regular is $2.94 in Oregon… up 15-cents compared to a week ago… it’s $3.71 in California… a 30-cent increase over last week. Gregg Loskoski with Gas Buddy-dot-com says we can expect to...
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Governor to Sign Expanded Background Check Law

Salem, Ore.– Governor Kate Brown is expected to sign new legislation expanding gun background checks in the state. The Oregon State House of Representatives passed a law yesterday the requires background checks even for private gun sales. The measure passed by a vote of 32-28. Klamath County Sheriff Frank Skrah is one of 12...
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