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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OSP Searching for Attempted Murder Suspect

Cave Junction, Ore.– On April 19th, 2016, at approximately 10:30PM, OSP Troopers were dispatched to the report of a home invasion robbery at 8051 Holland Loop Road in Cave Junction. The report indicated one occupant of the residence was pistol whipped and shot by the suspect(s). The initial report indicated that there were four...
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Races Benefit Wildland Firefighter Fund

Tulelake, Calif.– The Wildland Firefighter Foundation will be hosting the Sixth Annual Wildland Firefighter Remembrance Run. The Wildland Firefighter Remembrance Run will be held at the Lava Beds National Monument May 14, 2016. The Wildland Firefighter Remembrance Run starts at 10 a.m. and offers both 5K walk/run and 10K run races. The races will...
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New Website Educates Klamath County Voters

Klamath Falls, Ore.–  The League of Women Voters has set up a new election website that allows registered voters in Klamath County to ask questions of the candidates online. A spokesperson for the group says they’re still working a few bugs out of the program, but the website features information on all the candidates...
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Walden Celebrates TSA Screening Victory

Klamath Falls, Ore.– US Lawmakers this week give the final approval to legislation that will force the Traffic Safety Administration to set up security screening in small and rural airports that commercial airlines fly in and out of. The legislation means commercial airline service will soon start back up in Klamath Falls. TSA had...
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Cal Fire Outdoor Burn Permits Required

Yreka, Calif.– Starting May First… 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 a...
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Sentencing in Rape Charges

Klamath Falls, Ore.– A Warm Springs man will spend ten months in prison and two years of probation after pleading no contest to attempted first degree rape charges. 53-year old Earl Boise Senior was arrested nearly a year ago. He had been visiting a woman in Klamath Falls, when he forced himself on the...
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KID Selects Interim District Manager

Klamath Falls, Ore.– The Klamath Irrigation District has chosen Hollie Cannon to serve as the agency’s interim district manager while the board of directors looks for a permanent replacement. Cannon is the owner of Water Rights Solutions… and will continue to operate his business while managing the irrigation district. Previous district manager Mark Stuntebeck resigned back...
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KFPD to Purchase New Tasers

Klamath Falls, Ore.– The Klamath Falls Police department has the go-ahead from council to spend close to 50-thousand dollars to outfit each police officer and reserve in the department with a new taser. Right now there are just 11 working tasers for more than 55 officers to share. The average life span for a taser...
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Winter Wings

Bird Festival to be Featured on National Television

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Television viewers all over the country will get a bird’s eye view of annual event that happens in the Basin. Birding Adventures 2Q16 will feature the 2016 Winter Wings Festival. Host James Currie visited the Klamath Basin during the festival in February, and the program will run Friday on DirecTV channel 286....
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