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Gas prices stable as summer driving ends

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Gas prices have held steady in Oregon over the past week, holding at about 2.45 a gallon. As the summer comes the close… analysts say we can expect prices to start dropping slowly because of the decreased demand. Right now we’re paying about 2.45 on average for a gallon of regular...
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Shooting leads to attempted murder charges

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Shots fires along Frontage Road Monday has led to a Klamath Falls man being arrested on attempted murder charges. 41-year old Justin Lee Moore is accused of shooting a .22 revolver toward a male family member. He missed. He also faces weapons charges.
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Local pageants looking for contestants.

Klamath Falls, Ore.–  Every girl wants to wear a tiara… and this could be your chance to earn a title to go along with it. The Miss Klamath County-Miss City of Sunshine Scholarship Pageant is accepting applications for Miss Klamath County Outstanding Teen and Miss City of Sunshine Outstanding Teen. The contest is open...
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Public meeting to update residents on Gap Fire

Yreka, Calif.– A public meeting will be held tonight to update residents in Siskiyou county on the Gap Fire. The blaze burning in the Klamath National Forest has grown to more than 26-thousand acres, and is  30-percent contained as of last night. There are still some mandatory evacuations in place, and Highway 96 is expected...
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Jeld-Wen employees scheduled for union vote

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Jeld-Wen employees at the Chiloquin plant will cast ballots later this month… to determine whether they want to unionize. According to a facebook page called Jeld-Wen Justice, which the unnamed page administrators have called a “virtual union meeting” to encourage workers to accept union representation… the vote will be held on...
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Gap Fire Grows to more than 13,000 acres

Yreka, Calif.– Growth on the Gap Fire in the Klamath National Forest has slowed…. with the fire gaining only a few hundred acres yesterday. As of last night the blaze has scorched more than 13-thousand acres since it first broke out Saturday evening, and is just 5-percent contained. Nine homes were destroyed in the...
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KID to move forward with hiring district manager

Klamath Falls, Ore.– The Klamath Irrigation District Board voted 3-to-2 this week to offer the district manager post to John Wolf from Waco, Texas. There’s a lot of work to do yet before anything is official, but he scored the highest among the handful of candidates who were being considered for the position. The...
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Third candidate added to ballot for District 56 race

Klamath Falls, Ore.– There will be a third name on the ballot for the post of District 56 representative after Jonah Hakanson’s petition to run was accepted in the 11th hour. Hakanson is running as a unaffiliated candidate against Republican Werner Reschke and Al Switzer who won the Democratic nomination in the primary but...
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Deschutes County horse tests positive for West Nile

Bend, Ore.– A horse in Deschutes county has tested positive for the West Nile Virus. This is the first time a horse has tested positive for the disease this year. Last year, six horses were confirmed to be infected with West Nile, incluidng one in Klamath County. Horse owners can have their horses vaccinated...
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Four file for city races just ahead of deadline

Klamath Falls, Ore.– The city clerk’s office was busy on Tuesday, processing last minute candidacy fillings as four people request to have their names put on the ballot for city council positions. Mayor Todd Kellstrom will face challenger Carol Westfall who filed her candidacy papers today… which is the deadline for filing for local...
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