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Trail Advisory Council Seeks Volunteers

Portland, Ore.– The U.S. Forest Service is seeking volunteers to serve on the Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail Advisory Council. The Council, established under the National Trails System Act, will provide recommendations to the Secretary of Agriculture about matters relating to the administration and management of the Pacific Northwest Trail, specifically advising on trail uses,...
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OR-7 is a Daddy

Klamath Falls, Ore.– They’re not sure yet whether they’re boys or girls, but OR-7 is a daddy. Oregon Department of Wildlife officials today released photos of two pups. They think there may be more since most wolf litters have four-to-six puppies. Wildlife officials had noticed that OR-7 had seemed to pair up with a female...
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City Seeks Input on Airline Options

 Klamath Falls, Ore.– Today was the last day a flight will leave the Klamath Falls Airport unless airport officials can convince another provider to set up shop in the Basin. City officials are asking for your input on the matter. There’s a survey on the city’s new Open City Hall website. You can access the...
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16 Still At-Large for Food Stamps Fraud

Klamath Falls, Ore.– 49 people have been arrested so far as part of Operation Gold Card, the food stamp fraud bust that was running out of a meat market in Klamath Falls. Another 16 people are still wanted in connection with the food-stamps-for cash scheme that would pay 50-cents on the dollar for Oregon...
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Last Flight Leaves Klamath Airport

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Today is the last day that flights will leave the Klamath Falls Airport. United announced earlier this year that it would stop operations at the airport. Officials at the Crater Lake-Klamath Regional Airport have been working to try to bring another airline to the area, but so far no deal has...
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Wolf Population Increasing

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Wolf management officials are reporting that Oregon was home to about 64 wolves by the end of 2013. That’s about 5 times as many wolves than in 2009.
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Tulelake Mayor May Have Defeated Recall

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Too close to call– an effort to oust Tulelake Mayor Randy Darrow at the ballot box yesterday may come down to absentee ballots. So far the no votes lead with 52-percent. See the results of all Siskiyou County election and primary results here: http://www.co.siskiyou.ca.us/sites/default/files/elections/ele-20140603_results.04.pdf
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Bealls Announces Opening of Klamath Falls Store, 35-40 JObs

Klamath Falls, Ore.– There’s a new shopping option coming to Klamath Falls… and it’s bringing some jobs to the Basin as well. Bealls Department Store expects to open its doors in part of the old Gottchalk’s building in the Town Center. The official announcement happens on Thursday at the Klamath Mall. The store is...
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Merkley Speaks at Hearing on Basin Water Agreement

Washington, DC– At a Senate committee hearing in Washington DC Tuesda… lawmakers discussed the Klamath Water Recovery and Economic Restoration Act. Senator Jeff Merkley helped to introduce the legislation, which is the Upper Klamath Basin Comprehensive Water Agreement in the form of a law. Merkley said this collaborative agreement was the result of years...
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Active Duty Members Joining Kingsley Team

KINGSLEY FIELD, Ore. – The 173rd Fighter Wing mission is set to grow by an estimated 84 active duty personnel this fall. The Total Force Initiative (TFI) is designed to augment Kingsley’s mission with Air Force active duty airmen stationed at the Air National Guard base in order to increase the number of pilots...
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