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KCC Foundation 5K Run

Klamath Falls, OR– You have one week left to sign up for the Klamath Community College Foundation’s first annual 5K Badger Run. The foundation is hosting the race on October 16th as part of a wellness day, and will have plenty of other health and fitness events for the whole family.  Visit https://endurancecui.active.com/event-reg/select-race?e=10636252 to register for the race. 
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Merkley Turns Down Additional Debate Offer

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Monica Wehby has failed to show up for two of five scheduled debates with Senator Jeff Merkley, and then pulled out of a third debate with no explanation. So when Wehby’s campaign asked Merkley to participate in a debate on Oregon Public Broadcasting, he declined. Merkley said in a statement that it...
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IRS Phone Scam Still Circulating

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Local law enforcement is once again cautioning residents to be on the alert for phone scams. According to a press release from the Klamath County Sheriff’s Office, area residents have received phone calls from someone claiming to be an agent from the IRS, and demanding that you buy a prepaid debit card and...
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In-N-Out Files Application in Medford

Klamath Falls, Ore.– There have been rumors for months on social media that In-N-Out Burger might be coming to Oregon. And while the company has in the past denied any plans to branch out into Oregon, KOBI is reporting that the famed California burger joint has filed a Pre-application to explore Medford as a...
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Suspect Sought in Disappearance of Elderly Gilchrist Man

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Klamath County Sheriff’s Deputies are looking for a man suspected of being involved in the disappearance of an elder Gilchrist man. Deputies have issued and arrest warrant for 63 year old Ricky Lee Snyder, believing that he may know what happened to 76 year old Delbert Lester who is missing. You...
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Another Animal Considered for Endangered Species Status

The US Fish and Wildlife Service yesterday published a notification stating that it plans pursue endangered species classification for a new mammal. The fisher is cousin to the weasel, and wildlife officials say it’s populations are threatened due to widespread wildfires… and the use of rat poison on illegal marijuana grows. Read More Here:...
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National Parks Set to Increase Fees

Klamath Falls, Ore.– You could soon be paying more when you visit Crater Lake and other national parks. National Park Service Director Jon Jarvis has directed park managers at some of the country’s most notable parks, to hike fees by as much as 50-percent. Crater Lake National Park is on that list. Currently a...
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Voter Registration Deadline One Week Away

Klamath Falls, Ore.– You have one week left to register to vote in Oregon if you plan to cast a ballot in the November General Election. Mail-in ballots have already been sent out to most Oregon voters, but you can still receive one if you register by the close of business next Tuesday. You...
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Tax Helpers Wanted

Klamath Falls, Ore.– After Thanksgiving and Christmas comes the government’s favorite holiday… tax season! AARP is looking for some local volunteers to help residents file their taxes starting in February. The organization is offering training and certification for volunteers… that training begins in January. Call Paul Duncan at 541-810-0025 for more information.
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Klamath Falls Expected to Vote on Marijuana Sales Tax

Klamath Falls, Ore.– The Klamath Falls city council plans to begin the process of imposing a sales tax on marijuana and marijuana-infused products sold in the county. Currently, only medicinal marijuana can legally be sold in the state, but with a ballot measure legalizing recreational marijuana expected to pass in November, council members want...
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