Wanted in Dallas

Do You Know Either Of These Men?

Tygh Valley, Ore. – Oregon State Police Fish & Wildlife Division for The Dalles Area Command would like your help in identifying two men.   These two are believed to be involved with wildlife violations that occurred on the White River Wildlife Area near Tygh Valley during the winter closure in late February.  The...
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Baldwin hotel lobby

Docents Wanted For The Summer At Two Klamath Falls Businesses

Klamath Falls, Ore. – Spring may just have gotten here, but if you’d like to volunteer for the summer at the Baldwin Hotel Museum or with Amtrak, the deadline to sign up is coming soon. This week there will be two meetings for prospective volunteers.  Both groups will be trained by the folks at...
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Public Hearing For Tobacco Retail Licensing Penciled In For May

Klamath Falls, Ore. – Commissioners in an Oregon county have increased the legal age for using and buying tobacco products to 21.  California and Hawaii are the only two states that have statewide laws setting the minimum age for tobacco purchase or use at 21, and Oregon lawmakers are considering it. But Lane County,...
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Active Shooter Drill

Active Shooter Drill At OIT Today

Klamath Falls, Ore. – Today, Tuesday April 11th, from 9am till noon, don’t be alarmed if you hear gunshots and sirens and the like coming from the Oregon Tech campus.  The staff, faculty and students of OIT are going to participate in a multi-organization emergency drill.   Those agencies assisting include the Klamath Falls Police...
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tax time

Income Tax Filing Deadline Tuesday April 18th This Year

Salem, Ore. – The Department of Revenue is reminding Oregonians that the deadline to file their personal income tax return this year is Tuesday April 18th. Our state alone is expecting over 2 million returns.    Megan Denison, the policy and systems manager for the Personal Tax and Compliance Division says “We generally receive about...
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US Forest Service

Klamath-Lake Forest Health Partnership Meeting This Week

Klamath Falls, Ore. – Tomorrow, Wednesday April 12th, The Klamath-Lake Forest Health Partnership invites local forest landowners to attend their monthly meeting. New participants will be welcomed and they’ll discuss current efforts to promote forest health in Klamath and Lake Counties. Also to be discussed efforts to implement all-lands, cross-boundary approaches to treating public...
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KID Meeting This Wednesday

Klamath Falls, Ore.  - Tomorrow, Wednesday the 12th, the Klamath Irrigation District is holding a meeting. They’ll discuss guidelines to the water users handbook, water tracking program, interns, and barcodes among other things.   3pm at KID’s headquarters located at 6640 KID Lane in Klamath Falls.
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Marion County bust

Drug Bust In Marion County Yields 14 Pounds Of Meth

Marion County, Ore. – Last Wednesday April 5th, an Oregon State Police Trooper stopped a vehicle with California plates on a routine traffic stop. The driver had failed to use his signal as he got onto the I-5 northbound at milepost 243, about halfway between Albany and Salem. While the Trooper was speaking with...
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Union Pacific

Union Pacific Railroad To Invest Over $9 Million On Lines In Klamath

Roseville, Cal. – Great news for the Basin.  Union Pacific Railroad is going to spend approximately $77  million dollars infrastructure investment in Oregon this year.  $9.3 million of those dollars right here between Klamath Falls and Chemult to replace 21 miles of  rail. Other areas in the state benefitting from the investment are:  $12.1...
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2017 pageant winners

And The Winners Are…

Klamath Falls, Ore. – Congratulations to our pageant winners from Saturday night.  Shelby Foley, 22, at student at Oregon Tech, was named Miss Klamath County 2017 and won a $5,500 scholarship and 18-year-old Rylee Smith, a senior at Henley High School was selected as Miss City of Sunshine 2017 and was also the recipient...
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