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Write-ins Could Delay Primary Results

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Oregon primary election ballots went out yesterday… so you can expect to find those in your mailbox very soon. The ballots will be counted on May 17… but the results from the primary election may not be available in Klamath and a couple of other counties until days after the fact. That’s because...
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Lakeview Included in Farm to School Program

Lakeview, Ore.– Oregon’s Food Corps program is growing… and folks in Lakeview will benefit. Lakeview is one of three new sites being added to the federal farm to school grant program. Starting in September, Lakeview schools will receive money for nutrition education programs, and build and maintain school gardens. Money can also be used to buy...
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One Seriously Injured in Weekend Assault

Klamath Falls, Ore.– A 19-year old man is recovering from injuries he received during what Klamath Falls Police are calling “an assault.” Lt. Jack Daniel says there were several juveniles involved in the incident on the OC&E trail over the weekend that left one person with serious, but non-life-threatening injuries, but says the person...
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Two Oregon Inmates Walk Away from Work Crews

          Salem, Ore.–Two Mill Creek Correctional Facility (MCCF) inmates walked away from separate work crews this afternoon. One walked away from a work crew near Salem’s Bush Park. The other inmate was assigned to a crew working on the grounds of the Oregon State Penitentiary; he walked away from that...
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Death Investigation in Happy Camp

Yreka, Calif.– The Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office is investigating after a body was found in the Happy Camp area yesterday afternoon. According to a press release… there are no signs of foul play… but the death is under investigation. Officials say the body was found on Indian Creek Road, but haven’t released any information...
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Brown Replaces Oregon Lottery Director

Salem, Ore.– Governor Kate Brown today appointed Barry Pack, Chief Administrative Officer at the Department of Administrative Services (DAS), to serve as Interim Director of the Oregon Lottery following the removal of Director Jack Roberts. “I am grateful for Jack’s years of service to the Oregon Lottery, but it is time for a leadership...
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Bristol Fire

Cigarette Blamed for Mobile Home Fire

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Investigators with the Oregon State Fire Marshal’s Office say the fire that damaged a mobile home on Bristol Avenue was likely caused by a cigarette. The fire was reported just after 3PM Monday. Neighbors had seen the smoke and flames and took action… busting out windows and using garden hoses to try putting...
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Kasich Heads to Oregon for Campaign Stops

Salem, Ore.– Ohio Governor John Kasich is supposed to be a fan favorite in Oregon… which is why fellow GOP candidate Ted Cruz is backing off of plans to campaign in the state. However… Kasich’s campaign neglected to submit information on the candidate for the Oregon Voter’s Pamphlet. Kasich will be in Portland for a town hall...
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Reyes Could Appear on Murder Charge in June

Klamath Falls, Ore.– A man wanted in Klamath Falls for murder… could be headed back to Oregon in early June to be arraigned on the charges. 27-year old Matthew Dean Reyes is the primary suspect in the January murder of Rick William Aston. The 57-year old Taxi driver was found dead from a cut to his...
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Mobile Home Fire Displaces 2 people

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Fire destroyed a mobile home on Bristol Avenue Monday afternoon. Witnesses say they saw smoke and flames shooting out of the back of the building, and alerted the residents, then called 911. Several neighbors worked together to try putting out the flames as fire fighters arrived on the scene. No one was...
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