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Lakeview Disaster Unit has 10 new trained volunteers

LAKEVIEW, Ore. — The Lakeview Disaster Unit has 10 new trained volunteers to and to the roster. 10 EMTs recently passed the requisite tests for state and national certification. This brings the number of available volunteers around the area to around 40 people, including trained ambulance drivers as well as those certified as various...
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Klamath National Forest holding job fair in Yreka

YREKA, Ca.  — The Klamath National Forest is hosting a job fair coming up next month. The job fair on January 18th will be held at the Forest Headquarters office at 1711 South Main in Yreka from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. They’re hiring for temporary, seasonal and permanent jobs, and if you like...
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OSP trooper makes major marijuana bust in Lakeview

LAKEVIEW, Ore. — An Oregon State Police trooper made a major marijuana bust during traffic stop last Thursday near Lakeview. 30 year old Matthew E. Krenning from from Madison, Wisconsin was pulled over for a traffic violation on Highway 140 west, when the officer found 30 pounds of marijuana hidden in his vehicle. Krenning...
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Oregon Health & Science University finds moderate drinking good for infections and immune sytem

PORTLAND, Ore. — Oregon Health & Science University has found that moderate drinking may actually be good our immune system, as well as helping fight off infections. The research published Tuesday could help scientists find new ways to improve the human body’s ability to respond to vaccines and infections. The scientists did their research...
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Klamath County makes bust on Shasta Way

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — The Klamath County Sheriff’s took three people into custody yesterday, after a two month long investigation that began when neighbors first complained to law enforcement about the activities at the home. The Sheriff’s SWAT team served a search warrant at 5417 Shasta Way a little before 9am on Wednesday morning....
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Basin Recreation District fails to make 2014 ballot

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Proponents of a recreation district here in Klamath Falls have been denied a request to see it on the 2014 ballot because supporters didn’tget enough signatures for it to qualify. Supporters of a Basin Recreation District had only gathered 3,025 signatures when they made there presentation, but 3,200 were needed,...
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Public input ends in discussion of delisting the gray wolf

WASHINGTON D.C. — A plan to remove federal endangered species protection for gray wolves, including Oregon’s famous wolf, OR-7, wrapped up public input yesterday. A delisting would make the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife responsible for wolf management, and may also clear the way for hunting across Oregon. Most of the state’s estimated...
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Klamath Falls Police Department offers their annual Citizen’s Academy

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Want to learn about how the Klamath Falls Police Department operates? The Department is looking for people that want to take part in their yearly Citizen’s Academy. This is the eighth year that residents here in the basin can learn about law enforcement in a ten week course open to...
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CASA disributes gift to kids for Christmas

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Some Klamath Falls child advocates are busy bringing Christmas cheer to the basin this week. Court Appointed Special Advocates or CASA had a big wrappingand distribution party for the children in the program yesterday The presents are being sent out this week.
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The city of Klamath Falls postpones decision on city run utility due to massive turnout

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — The city of Klamath Falls was going vote last night on a city owned utility here in the basin, but the huge crowd forced the cancellation of the meeting. The city paid for two seperate feasibility studies on the move, and after the reports came out, several businesses in the...
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