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Agreement Reached on Upper Klamath Basin Water

For more than 8 months, several lawmakers and organizations have been working to resolve issues with water and resource management in the Upper Klamath Basin. Senator Jeff Merkley was among those working on what is now being called an historic agreement between the Klamath Tribes, and US Department of the Interior and irrigators in...
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Klamath Falls City Council Approves Dispensary Regulations

Klamath Falls, Ore. – Tuesday the Klamath Falls city council adopted an ordinance outlining regulations for medical marijuana dispensaries in the city. Council President Bill Adams and Councilman Bud Hart both voted against the ordinance. It will be finalized later this month, and go into effect in April.
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Bonanza Woman Missing

Klamath Falls, Ore.– A Bonanza woman is missing, and the Klamath County Sheriff’s office is asking for help in finding her. 48-year old Debra Luanne Morgan also goes by the last name of Sparks. She was last seen 12 days ago, on Saturday, February 22nd at around 5:00 in the evening. Investigators say she...
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Search for Portland Woman Expands

Yreka, Ca. – Searchers spent another day combing the Klamath river and areas around the river in Siskiyou County, trying to find a Portland woman who has been missing since Saturday. A spokesperson for the Sheriff’s office confirmed that a deputy found a sleeping bag with blood on it near 27-year old Grace Sabots’...
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Oregon Jobless Rate Down

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Current drought conditions have led to members of the Modoc Nation to ask federal agencies to stop pumping water out of the Klamath Basin Refuge Complex. The tribe recently passed a resolution to try to protect the Modoc’s natural and wildlife resources in Northern California and Southern Oregon, including Upper and...
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KCC Board Discusses Expansion

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Klamath Community College board members meet tonight to discuss ways to move forward with growing the college after a bond levy failed last November. The school is wanting to expand to accommodate more students and more certification programs, but doesn’t want to raise tuition. Tonight’s meeting begins at 6:00 at the...
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Search for Missing Woman Continues

Siskiyou County, Calif.– Deputies in Siskiyou County continued their search yesterday for a Portland woman who was last seen Friday night. A spokesperson for the Sheriff’s Office confirmed that a deputy found a sleeping bag with blood on it near 27-year old Grace Sabots’ car on Saturday morning, leading  investigators to believe the woman may...
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Modoc Requests End to Pumping

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Current drought conditions have led to members of the Modoc Nation to ask federal agencies to stop pumping water out of the Klamath Basin Refuge Complex. The tribe recently passed a resolution to try to protect the Modoc’s natural and wildlife resources in Northern California and Southern Oregon, including Upper and...
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Big R Under New Ownership

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Big R has a new owner. Coastal Farm and Ranch is a company out of Albany, they bought the ranch and farm supply store branch in Klamath Falls, as well as two others in the state. The store will now be called Coastal Big R, and will offer a larger variety...
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May 20 Election Preview

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Looking ahead to the upcoming May election, Klamath County voters are going to have a lot of decisions to make. Two levies will be on the ballot, one to raise funds for upgrades and increase staffing for the county’s 911 Communications Center. The other renews an operations funding levy for the...
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