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Breakfast with Santa this weekend

On Saturday, milk and cookies will give way – temporarily – to pancakes, eggs and sausage. It is “Breakfast with Santa at Applebee’s” – a Relay for Life event. Local children are invited to meet Santa and picture packages will be offered in addition to breakfast. Tickets are $7 for those 12 and over...
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Klamath Basin flood watch cancelled

A flood watch for the Klamath Basin was cancelled Tuesday afternoon. The National Weather Service had expected the watch to last until Wednesday due to the forecasts at the time. While rain was continuing to fall, flooding was no longer expected. Only minor ponding of water is possible over low lying areas. Forecasts for...
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Drugs may have led to Bonanza double homicide

KLAMATH COUNTY, Ore. — A drug deal may be to blame for a double homicide near Bonanza last October. Klamath County Deputy District Attorney Sharon Forster told NBC-2 investigators believe the men were shot over a drug deal. 32-year-old Everado Mendez-Ceja and 38-year-old Ricardo Jauregui were found just outside Bonanza after Jauregui’s burned-out truck...
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Share your tree lighting pictures here

If you’ve attended any of the Basin tree lighting ceremonies, share your photos at MyBasin.com. Email news@mybasin.com with photos you’re willing to share.
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Goff Fire restoration includes collaborative meetings

SEIAD VALLEY, Calif. — The Happy Camp Oak Knoll Ranger District of the Klamath National Forest is hosting two collaboration meetings to discuss the Goff Fire Healthy Forest Restoration Act Project. Initial meetings are planned for Dec. 11 and Jan. 8 at 6 p.m. at the Seiad Valley Fire Department located at 44601 Highway...
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Contributions to United Way significantly down

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — The United Way is significantly short of its 2012 fundraising goal, but volunteers have pledged to continue working through the end of the year to raise as much as possible. Campaign chairman Jeff Daniels says only 70 percent of the $755,000 goal has been raised. He says they have yet...
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Man is arrested after being up a river, with a dock

ROSEBURG, Ore. — A man was arrested this weekend after being uncooperative with a river rescue.  59-year-old Larry Strain was riding his runaway dock down the Umpqua River when he refused rescue because there were three boats tied to the dock. The rescuers wouldn’t push the boats to shore, saying it was safe, according...
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Rainy weather causes roadway issues

Crews worked to remove dirt, rock and vegetation that dropped onto the North Umpqua Highway Sunday. The landslide occurred near Tokatee and officials had one lane cleared as of Sunday afternoon. On the Powers Highway near the Coquille River, a section collapsed. It is about 180 feet and according to 541radio.com, it occurred about...
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Trappers facing new restrictions

MEDFORD, Ore. — Licensed trappers in Oregon are in their first season under new restrictions designed to protect pets after a handful of dogs were caught and killed in traps in recent years. Trappers can’t set their snares within 50 feet of any public trail or within 300 feet of any trailhead, public campground...
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Stabbing leads to man’s arrest

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — A man is in jail following his arrest on charges including attempted murder. 34-year-old Brian Bearchum is lodged at the Klamath County Jail on attempted murder and Violation of Domestic Abuse – Assault I charges. His arrest followed a report of a stabbing Thursday that put 29-year-old Casey Taylor in...
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