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2 Calves Killed, One Injured by Wolves

Wallowa, Ore.– Two new cases of wolf depredation have been reported. According to the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife… a rancher found 2 dead calves in a rangeland pasture in Wallowa County. Both calves have been confirmed to have been killed and eaten by wolves. Another calf in the same herd was found...
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Medford Man Dies in Motorcycle Accident

Gold Hill, Ore.– A Medford man died yesterday morning when he crashed his motorcycle on Sam’s Valley Highway east of Gold Hill in Jackson County. According to Oregon State Police.. 61-year old Scott Haynes went off the road and hit a tree. First responders called in an air ambulance to take him to the...
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Walden Plans Town Hall Visits in Klamath, Lake Counties

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Oregon US Representative Greg Walden will be in Klamath Falls this Saturday, to meet with you about what’s happening with the TSA Fairness Act, and other legislation that will affect us here in the Basin. He’ll be at the VFW Hall on Klamath Avenue starting at 8am Saturday morning… and then...
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2016 Open Burn Dates Announced

Klamath Falls, Ore.– As allowed by the Klamath County Air Quality Ordinance, the 2016 Spring Open Burn Window within the Klamath County Air Quality Zone will start on Saturday, April 2, 2016 at 8:00 a.m. and will end Sunday, April 17, 2016 at 7:00 pm.  Public Health requirements for clean air are:  The Air...
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DeGroot to Kick Off Commissioner Campaign

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Candidate for Klamath County Commissioner number 3… Derrick DeGroot officially kicks off his campaign next weekend. According to a press release from his campaign, the kick-off celebration will be held Saturday, April 2nd, at Mia & Pia’s Brewhouse on Summers Lane. It starts at 2:00 PM.  
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Chamber Hosts Leadership Conference

Klamath Falls, Ore — Leadercast is the world’s largest one-day leadership conference, broadcast LIVE from Atlanta and simulcast to hundreds of locations around the world including Klamath Falls on May 6th, 2016. This year marks the sixteenth year of the annual leadership conference and the sixth year that the Klamath County Chamber of Commerce...
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Stearns Student Finds Prescription Meds in Toy

Klamath Falls, Ore.– A Klamath Falls woman says her niece traded some toys with students at school… and then found a morphine pill stuffed inside of one. The student is a 5th Grader at Stearns Elementary. According to social media postings… the girl traded some Shopkins with classmates, got home… and found a blue...
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Klamath County Population Grows, Lake County Shrinks

Klamath Falls, Ore.– New census figures show that Deschutes County is the fastest growing County in Oregon over the past year. The population of our neighbors to the north grew by 2.9-percent. Klamath County’s population grew by just under one percent, while Lake County’s population shrunk by about one percent. Multnomah County holds tight...
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KCSD Hires New Director

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Sara Johnson believes in the power of education. “There are very few things you can do in life that really lift people up and give them more opportunity. Education is one of those things,” she said. “I feel privileged in education, and believe in public education. We educate everybody. That’s what...
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Interior Report Blames Climate Change for Western Water Management Issues

Washington, DC– Putting the national spotlight on the importance of water sustainability, the Department of the Interior and the Bureau of Reclamation released a basin-by-basin report that characterizes the impacts of climate change and details adaptation strategies to better protect major river basins in the West that are fundamental to the health, economy, security...
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