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Group Files Ethics Complaint Against Oregon Lawmakers.

PORTLAND, Ore. – The conservation group Cascadia Wildlands filed an ethics complaint on Monday against three Oregon state representatives. The group says the lawmakers misrepresented House Bill 4040, which approved the state’s decision to remove the gray wolf from the endangered species list. Last month, the Oregon Court of Appeals cited the bill when...
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Warm Springs Tribe Begins Construction on Marijuana Grow

Warm Springs, Ore.– The Confederated Tribe of Warm Springs has started construction on a 36-thousand square foot green house that will be used to grow marijuana. It’s being billed as the first tribal-owned marijuana grow facility in the state. The cultivation operation is expected to add about 80 new jobs, and 11 million dollars in...
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Bow Hunting Film Series Comes to Klamath Falls

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Bugling bull elk, highcountry velvet mule deer, massive bighorn sheep will be showcased in this one of a kind event. These never before seen films will be screened in a theater, highlighting the challenge and reward of bowhunting the Western States. Throw in a great gear giveaway and fundraising auction for...
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Bend Area Habitat for Humanity Announces Closure

Bend, Ore.– Habitat for Humanity in Crook County is closing its doors. The Bend Area Habitat for Humanity announced yesterday that’s is decided to stop operations effective June 30th. The charity will also close its ReStore, and will no longer help residents in the Prineville area buy homes. The Klamath Basin Habitat for Humanity closed...
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Downtown Development Survey

Klamath Falls, Ore.–  The city of Klamath Falls wants to get your opinion on downtown redevelopment…  including thoughts on adding more downtown housing options. They’ve put together a survey to get your thoughts. Take the survey HERE.
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Sports Authority Going Out of Business

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Sports Authority is closing down some 450 stores across the country…including the store in Klamath Falls. The chain had announced that it would close 140 low-performing stores as it filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, but they’re now folding altogether. The company has more than 1 billion dollars in debt and won’t be...
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Gentry Holds on to Chairman Post Following Tribal Election

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Klamath Tribal election ballots were counted last week… Chairman Don Gentry will hold onto his post, winning the election against 9 others who had been nominated. Myra Gail Hatcher will take over as Vice Chairman. The new council will be seated at the next general council meeting, which is May 11th.  
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Burn Permits Required in Siskiyou County

Yreka, Calif.– As of yMay 1… burn permits are required for any type of outdoor burning in State Responsibility Areas in Siskiyou County. Cal Fire officials say four years of drought has taken its toll on trees and other vegetation… with trees being weakened by drought and disease being more vulnerable to igniting if an ember from...
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Car Crashes into Klamath Falls Home

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Police say a medical emergency may have been what led to a car crashing into a home on Pacific Terrace last night. The accident happened at around 6:20 last night. According to scanner reports… the driver of a compact car may have suffered a seizure. They were taken to Sky Lakes to be...
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Deputy Cleared in Deadly Collision

The Klamath County Deputy who was involved in a deadly car accident during a police chase… will not face any charges. The Herald and News is reporting that an investigation showed that 28-year old Matthew Colligan pulled onto Lakeshore Drive from a driveway into the path of Deputy Derek Randall. Colligan had been driving a...
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