Man Arrested for Threatening with a Gun

Yreka, Calif.–  A Yreka man is in jail after he allegedly pointed a gun at another person’s head while the two argued. According to a bulletin from the Yreka Police Department… 32-year old Gregory Abraria threatened to kill the victim, then pointed a handgun at the victim’s head before leaving the area on a bicycle...
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Irrigation Canal

Irrigation Water Available

Klamath Falls, Ore.–  The Bureau of Reclamation has made a limited supply of irrigation water available for the Enterprise Irrigation District to distribute through its system. If you’re connected to that system, you’re encouraged to grab it while you can. It’s not expected to last beyond July 13th.
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Fire Destroys Recycling Center

Klamath Falls, Ore.– A fire destroyed the recycling center at a local agency that provides jobs and skills training people with disabilities and other employment barriers. There were a handful of workers at the facility when the fire broke out at REACH inc on Maywood Drive at around 5:00 last night. Everyone got out...
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Quilts Wanted for Show

Klamath Falls, Ore.–  Next month the Basin Quilt Guild hosts its bi-annual Quilting around the Basin show— and they’re looking for quilts to showcase. For more information and to register, go to the Heart of the Basin website.
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Vandals in Chiloquin Damage Businesses

Klamath Falls, Ore.– A rash of vandalisms in the Chiloquin community have residents and business owners on edge. The Klamath County sheriff’s office has been investigating…surveillance cameras captured video of at least one suspect in connection to the string of busted out windows. Residents are encouraging neighbors to be on high alert, and report...
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Former KCSO Deputy Sentenced

Medford, Ore.– A man who used to work as a deputy for the Klamath County jail has been sentenced to 7 years in prison… after pleading guilty to a long list of sex crimes. 41-year old Darin Lee Mullica faced more than 30 charges in connection with the sexual abuse of a 17 year...
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Fires Force Moving Cattle

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Fires in eastern Oregon have forced ranchers to move their cattle out of harm’s way. The Corner Creek Fire near Dayville has scorched nearly 26-thousand acres of land in the Prineville District managed by the Bureau of Land Management. Some 1-thousand cow-calf pairs were out on the range and in harm’s...
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Helicopter Crash Victim a KCC Student

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Federal Aviation officials are investigating a helicopter crash in Newberg last week that claimed the life of a KCC student and a flight instructor. Kristian Blackwell was enrolled in Klamath Community College’s aviation program. He was taking a night flight lesson on his own through Precision Aviation Training. Instructor Anthony Gallerani...
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Fire Warning

Fire Danger for Sunday: High

Klamath Falls, Ore.– The National Weather Service has issued a Red Flag Warning for abundant lightning.  Klamath, Lake, and Modoc counties are affected from 5 pm Saturday until 11 pm Sunday night.  Thunderstorms are expected to develop over these counties late Saturday afternoon and evening particularly along the Warner, Hart, and Fremont mountains.  Storms...
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Unemployment Benefits Increase with Adjustment

Salem, Ore.– If you have to file for unemployment in the near future… you’ll see just a little more in your weekly benefits check. The Oregon Employment Department today announced that the maximum unemployment insurance benefits will increase by as much as 15 to 18-dollars a week. The change is only for new unemployment...
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