Henley High

Henley Surpasses Their “Hunger Not Impossible” Goal

Klamath Falls, Ore. – Most of the Klamath Falls City Council meeting on Monday night June 5th was devoted to discussing the current ban on recreational medical marijuana sales – but some other business was taken care of too. Macy, Danielle and Sophia from Henley High School went in front of the Council to...
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Big Turnout At City Council Monday Night For Both Sides Of Recreational Marijuana Sales Ban

Klamath Falls, Ore. – Not quite standing room only last night, Monday June 5th, at the Klamath Falls City Council meeting, but close. A number of items were on the agenda, but most people were there to speak for or against the current ban on the recreational sales of marijuana, City Ordinance number 15-14....
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KCSD boat race 2016

Today Is Cardboard Boat Race Day At Moore Park Marina

Klamath Falls, Ore. – The annual cardboard boat races take place this afternoon at the Moore Park Marina.   The races are an end-of-the-school-year tradition where Basin high school science students try their hand at building a boat out of cardboard and then paddle it across the marina in Moore Park. The boats can only...
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SCSO Arrests Murder Suspect Related To Death Of Hornbrook Man

Redding, Cal. – On Friday June 2nd, about 1:45am, the Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) received a call from a citizen reporting that a man had been shot at a residence in the 100 block of Wagon Road, in the Hornbrook area. Hornbrook is just north of Redding, California. When deputies arrived they found...
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Klamath Falls City Council Meeting Tonight At 7pm

Klamath Falls, Ore. – There’s a City Council meeting tonight and the public is welcomed and encouraged to attend to provide input/comments. Among the items to be discussed, a liquor license for the 6-1-8-nightclub and the marijuana ban. To view the full agenda visit: The meeting starts at 7pm this evening at the City...
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First Mobile Device Charging Station In A Statehouse, Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Today

Salem, Ore. – At noon today, Monday June 5th in Salem, there will be a ribbon cutting ceremony for the first mobile device charging station in a Statehouse. The cost of becoming the first state to install one? $375 bucks. The mobility device-charging station was invented by a Pendleton-based entrepreneur named Darrin Umbarger.  He...
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Fire Season Officially Starts Today, Monday June 5th

Klamath Falls, Ore – Fire Season officially starts today. The declaration is for lands protected by the Klamath-Lake District, Oregon Department of Forestry. It affects all private, county, and state forest lands, as well as those Bureau of Land Management (BLM) lands west of the Gerber Reservoir Area in Klamath County.   Randall Baley,...
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Jesse Kandra

Lost River High School Senior Heading To West Point

Merrill, Ore. – Congratulations to Lost River High School senior, Jesse Kandra who is now headed to West Point Military Academy. Jesse received a full-ride scholarship which is equal to $240,000. Jesse who is 18 says he has always wanted to join the Army since before he can remember.  He reached his goal this...
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First Saturday In June Is Oregon Outdoor Recreational Day

Salem, Ore. – Did you get outside in nature this past Saturday, maybe hike, bike or camp? Well if you did your instincts were right on because Governor Kate Brown just signed a bill establishing the first Saturday of June as Outdoor Recreation Day. House Bill 2143 declares from this year on out, every first...
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Governor Kate Brown Appoints PERS Task Force

Salem, Ore – Earlier this week Governor Kate Brown appointed seven Oregonians to a task force to address the Public Employees Retirement System’s (PERS) unfunded actuarial liability. The task force is charged with identifying and ranking options for reducing the PERS liability by $5 billion. “Oregon must keep its promise to retirees, but we...
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