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Chiloquin Woman Dies in Two-Car Wreck

Klamath Falls, Ore.– A Chiloquin woman died in a two car accident in Northern Klamath County Sunday afternoon. Oregon State Police say 28-year old Michelle Rose Cirrito died at the scene of the wreck on Highway 62 South of Crater Lake. Troopers say Cirrito hit a car that was trying to turn onto the highway....
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Native Americans Gather for Healing Conference

Klamath Falls, Ore.– A group of Native Americans meets in Klamath Falls this week hopes to give voice to the experiences of native Americans who lived at federal boarding schools… and discuss ways the community can heal from its traumatic history. The Gathering of Native Americans Healing Conference starts tomorrow at Shilo Inn and...
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Klamath Falls Man Faces 20 Child Sex Abuse Charges

A Klamath Falls man was arrested over the weekend… on a long list of charges related to child abuse. 54-year old Michael Thomas Craw faces 10-counts of first degree… and 10-counts of second degree encouraging child sex abuse. According to Jail records Craw was arrested Saturday… and is being held on 350-thousand dollars bail.
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OLCC Adopts Temporary Marijuana Rules

Klamath Falls, Ore.–  The Oregon Liquor Control Commission yesterday adopted a preliminary set of rules for Oregon’s retail marijuana industry. They’ll go into effect next year, when the system comes fully on-line and retail sales start being taxed. Recreational marijuana sales became legal on October first… and since then, dispensaries licensed to sell medical...
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Basin Auto Dealership Celebrates New Ownership

Klamath Falls, Ore.–  The change in ownership is finally official— William P. Underriner and Jared Hamilton are the proud owners of the Honda and Subaru dealership in Klamath Falls. With the change in ownership, comes a new name… Klamath Falls Honda and Subaru. The new owners promise to bring new energy to the car shopping process...
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Basin Deer Showing Signs of ADH

Klamath Falls, Ore.–  Some Keno residents have reported finding dead deer, that appear to have died from AHD… or Adenovirus Hemorrhagic Disease. The disease can infect other animals besides deer, and can affect both wild and domestic animals. If you see a deer that’s foaming or drooling from the mouth, appears weak, and has abscesses...
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Two Men Sentenced in Assault of U of O Students

Eugene, Ore.– Two men who were accused of dropping rocks off of an overpass along Interstate 5… seriously injuring two University of Oregon students… were sentenced last week. 22-year old Hayden Ray Tabor pleaded guilty to assault and reckless endangerment charges… and was sentenced to 36 months of probation. Violating probation will land him...
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2015 Fall Outdoor Burn Window

As allowed by the Klamath County Air Quality Ordinance, the 2015 Fall Open Burn Window within the Klamath County Air Quality Zone will start on Saturday, October 24, 2015 at 8:00 a.m. and will end Sunday, November 8, 2015 at 5:00 pm. Public Health requirements for clean air are: The Air Quality Advisory must...
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Teen Arrested for Making Bomb Threat

Klamath Falls, Ore.– A Lost River High School student was arrested Tuesday, after he allegedly threatened to blow up the school. “He said there was a bomb that was going to go off before 4th period,” said Klamath County Sheriff Frank Skrah. “Fourth period came and passed and nobody got hurt, and we’re in good...
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Caves Open as Bats Relocate

Tulelake, Calif.– It’s moving time for bats at Lava Beds National Monument. This is the time of year when the flying rodents abandon their summer roosts…. and look for warmer quarters inside the system of caves at the lava beds. That means caves that are normally closed during the summer to protect the bats…...
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