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This Chiloquin Man Wanted By KCSO For Multiple Felonies

Chiloquin, Ore. – On Wednesday, June 21st around 7:25pm, the Klamath County Sheriff’s Office (KCSO) was dispatched to the 911 report of an assault at 37776 Modoc Point Road. Oregon State Police were the first on scene and discovered an 84-year-old man, whose name is being withheld, who had been shot in the leg...
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The Launch Of The New Oregon Business Alliance For Climate In Portland Today, June 22nd

Portland, Ore. – With climate change already impacting Oregon industry, private sector leaders from across the state are joining forces to ensure business has a strong role in solutions-based, economically viable climate policy. Led by Alliance chair Tom Kelly of Neil Kelly Company, the new Oregon Business Alliance for Climate (OBAC) will officially launch...
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Shasta Road Closed Both Ways Friday June 23rd Due To Construction

Klamath Falls, Ore. - Tomorrow, Friday June 23rd Shasta Way will be closed both directions for resurfacing between Washburn Way to South 6th Street. During this time, the parking lot of the Klamath Falls Police Station will be closed and there will not be direct vehicular access to the police station. The KFPD will remain...
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The Latest On This Week’s Klamath County Commissioners’ Administrative Meeting

Klamath Falls, Ore. – At the Klamath Board of County Commissioners’ weekly Administrative Meeting this past Tuesday June 20th, the situation regarding the closure of the Eternal Hills Memorial Gardens was briefly discussed. Commissioner Derrick DeGroot said he received several calls on Monday, June 19th from community members who are concerned. He has reached...
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Fresh, Local Produce FREE Every Thursday And Friday Through October

Klamath Falls, Ore. – If you’d like to grab some fresh local produce for Free there are several locations in the Basin where you can do that every week. Every Thursday and Friday now through October, the Klamath/Lake Counties Food Bank are partnering with various organizations offering free, produce to any and all area...
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City Of Klamath Falls’ Linkville Cemetery Receives State Grant

Salem, Ore. – This week Oregon Heritage, which is a division of the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department, awarded 21 grants throughout the state totaling over $70-thousand dollars. The money is for projects that support preservation of historic cemeteries. Projects range from monument repair to information kiosks and awards range from $390-$8,000. Funded projects...
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New Organization To Enhance Quality Of Life In Klamath

Klamath Falls, Ore. – There’s a new entity in town that will benefit Basin residents, it’s called the Klamath Recreation Association (KRA). KRA is a new non-profit organization with the mission of enhancing quality of life in the Klamath Basin through the promotion, preservation, and development of recreation services, tourism, parks, and facilities. Recreation providers with...
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Fire At Residence On East Main Street

Klamath Falls, Ore. – About 5:30pm on Wednesday June 21st, a fire was reported in the 300 block of East Main Street. The American Red Cross responded and assisted the one person who was affected by the blaze.   More details to come as we receive them. The Red Cross in Oregon and Southwest...
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OSP Is Asking The Public For Help In Finding 2 Escaped Prisoners

LaGrande, Ore. – Oregon State Police (OSP) are hoping you can help them locate two 18-year olds that escaped from Camp Riverbend Youth Transitional Facility, on Hwy 244 in La Grande. They were discovered missing yesterday, Tuesday June 20th at around 7:50pm. Escapee #1: 18 year old Brittain McAuliffe of Central Point, is described...
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Motorcyclist Dies In Accident On Hwy 140

White City, Ore. – ** Updated at 7:44am ** – Tuesday afternoon, June 20th around 4pm, the Oregon State Police (OSP) responded to a motorcycle crash on Highway 140 near milepost 18, east of White City.  The preliminary investigation revealed a motorcyclist was traveling eastbound and didn’t stop in time when traffic ahead had...
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