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Klamath Getting A Little Healthier

Klamath Falls, Ore. - On Tuesday, the Klamath County Commissioners passed a resolution to help promote access to nutritional food in areas where it’s hard to find.  The recommendation came from the county’s food policy council and it’s all to help make healthy food options easily available and affordable to county residents.   Also the...
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Chiloquin Community Fearful Over Self Admitted Pedophile In Their Midst

Chiloquin, Ore. – If you watched the Dr. Phil TV show on Monday January 23rd, you may have seen a man on there from Chiloquin.  The reason Gary Gibson was on the show…. he admits to being a pedophile, authorities are saying that in itself is not a crime and his neighbors and church...
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Are You Listening Trader Joe’s?

Klamath Falls, Ore. - Rumors of a grocery store coming to downtown Klamath Falls have been swirling for awhile.  One Basin resident is taking things into his own hands.  Doug Hallock has started a petition to bring a Trader Joe’s grocery store to Klamath Falls, to the empty building at 9th and Main (pictured).  ...
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Oregonians Turned To Spirits To Keep Winter Spirits Up

Portland, Ore. – The Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC) has announced record-breaking distilled spirits sales in November and December of last year, despite the severe weather. Gross sales in November were over $50 million, 7.3% higher than November 2015 and December 2016 gross sales were nearly $70 million, 6.9% higher than December of the...
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Klamath County Fair Board Welcomes Two New Members

Klamath Falls, Ore. – The Klamath County Fair might not be happening until August but it’s already starting to take shape.  The Klamath County Fairgrounds-Event Center has just welcomed two new board members. At a board meeting last Wednesday, January 25th, Gregg Sherrill and Edith Brown-Vieyra, both of Klamath County, were appointed by the...
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Today January 31st, Last Day To Get Health Insurance For 2017

Salem, Ore. – Got health insurance yet?  If not, your last chance to get it for the year through open enrollment is today January 31st.  Go to HealthCare.gov to enroll on your own or to get application help from an expert.  Financial assistance also is available, which helps bring down the cost of insurance...
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Oregon Coast Aquarium Hosting Volunteer Recruiting Day

Newport, Ore. – Calling all volunteers!  If you love the Aquarium and you’ve always wanted to volunteer, head over to Newport this weekend.  The Oregon Coast Aquarium is hosting a Volunteer Recruiting Day, Saturday February 4, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.  They’re looking for all levels of volunteers but especially interested in seasonal...
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Board Members At The U.S. Capitol To Speak Up For Oregon Schools

Washington, D.C. – Members of Oregon School Boards Association (OSBA) are at the U.S. Capitol this week.  They’re there to discuss educational priorities with members of the state’s congressional delegation.  OSBA members will talk about a number of issues including implementing the Every Student Succeeds Act, school choice and educational vouchers, federal investment in...
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Keep Your Kitties Safe

Klamath Falls, Ore. – Lately it seems that here have been a large number of cats going missing in our area.  We had two people in a row contact us saying that their kitties have disappeared.  One Basin resident said two of her own as well as her neighbor’s cats can’t be found –...
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Irrigators Get Their Day In Court Starting Today

Washington, D.C., – This morning, Monday January 30th, in Washington D.C. members of the Klamath Water Users Association, overall about two dozen irrigators, are participating in two federal court cases.  Litigation that has been 12 years in the making and could affect the Basin for a long time to come.  It’s all part of...
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