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Insurance Navigation Help Offered at Library

Klamath Falls, Ore.– The plan had been to make the Cover Oregon website the go-to place for information about affordable healthcare options in the state. With the enrollment period opening up again on November 15th, you may be trying to gather up information to determine whether you need to make changes to your health...
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Georgia Woman Feared Missing Near Crater Lake

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Oregon State Police are asking for your help finding a Georgia woman who may have gone missing during a day trip to Crater Lake. According to a press released, the woman’s husband contacted State Police Sunday night after he hadn’t heard from 51-year old Andrea Terrell. Terrell is a traveling nurse...
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Wehby Draws Ire of Pro-Choice Group

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Planned Parenthood of Oregon says Republican US Senate Candidate Monica Wehby may be pro-choice, but that’s not enough. The abortion provider yesterday issued a statement criticizing Wehby for her support of the Supreme Court decision that allows employers to choose not to pay for workers’ birth control. Wehby is running against Democrat...
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Secretary of Interior Pleased with Grouse Progress

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell visited Lake County yesterday, and said she likes what she sees. Jewell was in the region to take a look at sage grouse conservation efforts. Several agencies have been involved in implementing a new plan to restore and secure habitat for the bird in order...
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To Tax or Not to Tax– That is the Question

Klamath Falls, Ore.– The Klamath Falls City Council has been pondering the question of marijuana and taxation, and city officials would like to get your thoughts on the matter. While the city is not endorsing Measure 91, which aims to legalize recreational marijuana, they do want to be prepared with a plan should it...
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Flu Clinic Available Saturday

Klamath Falls, Ore.– With the onset of fall, it’s time to start thinking about getting a flu shot. According to the CDC, the flu season generally gets underway in October, reaching its peak in January or February. Klamath Open is offering a flu clinic on Saturday to help you get ahead of the virus....
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Snowflake Festival Seeking Donations for Tree Lighting

Don’t look now… but Christmas is just around the corner… and that means Snowflake Festival time. The Snowflake Festival Committee has scheduled the annual downtown tree lighting ceremony for Monday, December First at Veteran’s Memorial Park. The committee says they need to purchase additional lights for the tree and are asking for donations. If you...
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Child Rapist Sentenced

A Klamath County Circuit Court judge today sentenced a child rapist to 150 months in prison. 49-year old William D’Orazio pleaded no contest to two counts of rape after being accused by two victims of repeatedly molesting them between 2005 and 2007. The victims did not reveal the abuse until they were adults. District...
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Bealls Schedules Job Fair

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Construction is well underway at the new Bealls store which is scheduled to open shop in the old Gottschalks at the Town Center. Store management is gearing up to start hiring, and have scheduled a job fair for October 8th. The store plans to hire up to 40 sales associates and support staff....
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Donations Help Weed Community Recovered

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Pacific Power announced yesterday that they’re giving a 40-thousand dollar donation to an organization that’s helping Weed residents recover following last week’s devastating fire. Great Northern Services has a mission to help serve families in Northern California by helping to meet basic material needs for food, clothing, and shelter. The organization’s...
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