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Sprauge River Peaks And Receds

Medford, Ore. -  The Sprague River ended up reaching a little over 9 1/2 feet on Friday afternoon  February 11th.  That’s a foot higher than the river’s minor flood stage.   Then receded back by Saturday afternoon.  
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C-Flume Update Next Week With KID

Klamath Falls, Ore. – If you want to know the latest in the C-Flume project, you may want to attend the Klamath Irrigation District, Board of Directors’ meeting next week.  They’ll give updates on the C-Flume Canal, Employment policy & Hoopa/Yurok Tribes Lawsuit. You can see a complete agenda on their site at: klamathirrigation.com...
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Do Your Kids Have Their Shots?

Klamath Falls, Ore. – It’s that time of year again, make sure your kids are immunized or don’t send them to school.  Oregonians have until next Wednesday, February 15th, to get their children immunized and up-to-date on their shots. In the Klamath County School District, 96% of students already meet the requirements.  If your...
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Reservation Help From Pen Air Due To The Recent Storms

Klamath Falls, Ore. – Pen Air is offering some help to travelers that may be stranded or have to cancel their flights due to weather.  If you’re planning on traveling to Boston via Pen Air, the airline is offering a waiver so you can postpone, change or cancel your reservation.  There are ticketing details...
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Furry Kisses For V-Day At The Aquarium

Newport, Ore. – If you want some whiskery kisses this Valentine’s Day head over to the Oregon Coast Aquarium.  The Aquarium is honoring V-day, their way… by providing visitors with an opportunity to experience kisses with a sea lion or a seal, and it’s at a discounted price.  Valid dates are February 11, 12,...
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Could Klamath Falls Eventually Be Smoke Free?

Klamath Falls, Ore. – Earlier this week the Klamath Falls City Council heard a proposal to make the downtown area smoke-free.  Also there’s talk of a separate proposal that would ban tobacco use from all city parks. The idea behind it obviously other than not having second hand smoke wafting around, it would also...
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24 Hour Self Serve Gas May Be Coming To Some Oregon Counties

Salem, Ore. – Some areas in Oregon may see 24 hour self serve gas stations.  Two bills introduced this Legislative session suggest expanding the availability of self-service gas stations to all hours in rural Oregon counties, like Crook and Jefferson.  House Bill 2482 would get rid of the the existing 6 p.m.-to-6 a.m. time...
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Hemp Infused Drinks Are Going To Be Legal

Portland, Ore. – The Oregon Liquor Control Commission has announced that even though Marijuana-infused alcoholic beverages are still not allowed, they are making one exception. Oregon brewers are now allowed to use industrial hemp in hemp-infused alcoholic beverages if certain conditions are met.   Those hemp-infused drinks are only allowed if the U.S. Alcohol...
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USDA Farm Service Agency Now Offering Text Alerts

Klamath Falls, Ore. – Whether you’re on your tractor, on a horse or just out in the field, Klamath County USDA Farm Service Agency will now text farmers and ranchers in Oregon in case of alerts.  Texts would include important program deadline reminders,  reporting requirements, outreach events and more. If you want to sign...
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FBLA Competes At OIT On Thursday

Klamath Falls, Ore. - Thursday, February 9th, Oregon Tech is hosting the Future Business Leaders Of America’s Cascade Regional competition.  Local and regional teams will all be competing, including crews from Mazama, Bonanza and Lost River.  The competitions will happen between 9a-noon and there will also be workshops about college life, business programs at KCC...
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