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Road Crews to Work Overnight

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Crews will be working overnight in Klamath falls to remove those piles of show from the middle of streets. Plows will be out starting at midnight, and they hope to be removing berms in downtown Klamath Falls, along Washburn Way, South 6th street, Shasta Way and East Main. They should be...
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Residents Still without Power Following Sunday Storms

Klamath Falls, Ore.–  Crews are still working to get power restored to Oregon homes after the region was hammered with snowfall. As of noon Monday, Midstate Electric is still showing about 25-hundred customers without power, including 178 homes in Chemult, and about 450 in Northern Klamath County. For the latest on these outages, check...
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Skrah Scheduled for Tuesday Hearing

Klamath Falls, Ore.–  Klamath County Sheriff Frank Skrah is scheduled to appear in court tomorrow after a previous hearing was rescheduled. The State Department of Justice has filed nine misdemeanor charges against Skrah, following in internal investigation. Skrah has been on restricted duty since the charges were filed. 
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OIT Grads Earn More than Grads from Other Oregon Schools

Klamath Falls, Ore.–  Students who graduate from Oregon Tech rank among the top when if comes to their earning potential after graduation. The Georgetown University Center on Education and Workforce pulls together a survey of more than 14-hundred colleges in the US, reviewing Alumni data to see which schools generate the highest salaries. According...
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Siskiyou County Bans Outdoor Grows

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Siskiyou County’s Board of Commissioners Wednesday voted to ban outdoor marijuana grows in the county. Supervisors heard testimony from residents who were both for and against the ban… most of them speaking out against forcing growers to cultivate medicinal cannabis indoors only. The board approved the ban by a vote of...
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KCC Enrollment on the Rise

Klamath Falls, Ore.–  The number of students enrolled at Klamath Community College jumped nearly ten percent this year compared to last year… with more than 2-thousand students taking classing in the fall. State-wide… enrollment was down at most community colleges, with KCC and Oregon Coast Community Colleges the only exceptions. OCCC saw a nearly 2-percent increase...
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End of Klamath County Flights Leads to Boon for Medford Airport

Medford, Ore.–  No commercial flights out of Klamath Falls means more of us are heading over the hill to catch a plane… and that’s led to the busiest year in the Rogue Valley International Airport’s history. Airport officials say they have seen increased traffic since June of last year… when the Crater Lake Klamath Regional Airport...
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Tribes Surprised by Walden Legislation

Klamath Falls, Ore.–  Klamath Tribal leaders say they had no idea that Representative Greg Walden was drafting legislation to replace the dead-in-the-water Klamath Basin Water Restoration Agreement after it sat drying up in legislative committees. Walden’s plan requires tribes to give up their senior water rights in exchange for 100-thousand acres of timber-rich forest...
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Hoskins Tapped as New Battalion Chief

Klamath Falls, Ore.–  Klamath County Fire District One has a new Battalion Chief. Andrew Hoskins was promoted to the rank of Captain in a weekend ceremony… He replaces former Battalion Chief Scott Brainard who retired from the district last month… and relocated to Alaska to serve as an assistant Fire Chief there. 
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Walden Proposes New Legislation for Water Restoration

Washington, D. C.–  Congressman Greg Walden has unveiled a draft of a bill that he says will help solve the long-running water issues in the Klamath Basin. It’s been close to a year since Tribal, Agricultural, Government, and other leaders signed the Klamath Basin Water Restoration Agreement… but it hasn’t yet received congressional authorization. Walden...
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