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KFPD Offers Child ID Kits

Klamath Falls, Ore.– If you’re a parent… you’ve probably had one of those moments where your little walked off… and you couldn’t find them right away. But what if you couldn’t find them for a while? The Klamath Falls Police department is offering a free child ID kit for parents. Bill Lewis is one...
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2 Killed, 1 Injured in Siskiyou Summit Crash

Asheville, Ore.–  Oregon State Police are investigating a deadly crash that killed a man and a nine-year-old Saturday morning. Lieutenant Bill Fugate with O.S.P. said it happened around seven Saturday morning on northbound lane of Interstate five on the Siskiyou Summit. Fugate said a Toyota Prius ran into the back of a semi-truck that was legally...
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Lakeview Inmate Missing from Fire Camp

Klamath Falls, Ore.– A Lakeview inmate assigned to help with the Stouts fire… walked away from the fire camp over the weekend. According to the Oregon Department of Corrections… 26-year old Kenneth Curtis Polchowski was discovered missing yesterday. He’s a white mail… 5-foot-10 inches tall and was last seen wearing an orange jumpsuit with...
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Live coverage of the Babe Ruth World Series

Klamath Falls, Ore. – Live coverage for the 16-18 Babe Ruth World Series is on now on Basin Mediactive, LLC radio stations. The game that is currently on between the Columbia Basin Riverdogs and Great Fairfax Virginia is broadcast on 1150 KAGO, that game is not streamed on the Internet.  All remaining games will...
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Stouts Fire Update – August 8

Significant progress was made by firefighters on the 21,858 acre Stouts Creek Fire again today, even though that progress generated smoke which created difficult driving conditions along the Tiller-Trail Hwy. Tonight, the community of Azalea hosted a public meeting and Sunday another meeting will be held in Milo, at 7 pm, at the Volunteer...
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City, County Hire Consultant to Grow Shopping Options

Klamath Falls, Ore.–  You sounded off… now the city of Klamath Falls is going to try to do something about the shopping options in the Basin. We told you last month about a survey the city was conducting on its town hall website to find out what kinds of shops you want to see in...
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Oregon Parks and Rec Updates Fire Restrictions

Salem OR – State Park campfire restrictions are in place in the Columbia Gorge, middle and southern portions of the Willamette Valley, on southern Oregon coastal beaches, and a few locations east of the Cascades.  ++Columbia Gorge++ Where: Ainsworth, Viento, Memaloose, Deschutes River State Recreation Area and all day-use parks. What: No campfires or...
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Klamath Reclamation Project’s New Leader Learning the Ropes

Klamath Falls, Ore.–  There’s a new leader for the Klamath Reclamation Project. Theresa O’Rourke Bradford took over the reigns about two months ago after relocating from Carlsbad California where worked at the Army Corps of Engineers. She replaces former area manager Brian Person resigned who retired earlier this year. O’Rourke Bradford tells KOBI that...
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Fraud Alert: Scotty McCreery Tickets are NOT on Sale Yet

Klamath Falls, Ore.– If you’ve already bought tickets to the September 13th performance of Scott McCreery at the Ross Ragland Theater– you paid too much. Crystal Muno with the theater says she was made aware of online ticket resellers that are selling tickets to the Ross Rasgland show– even though they haven’t officially gone...
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Bottle Deposit Hike on the Horizon

Salem, Ore.–  State lawmakers are thinking about hiking the amount of the deposit you pay when you buy beverage bottles, to encourage you to recycle them. In 2011, lawmakers passed a bill that raise the bottle deposit and redemption to ten cents per bottle if we’re not recycling at least 80-percent of them over...
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