Cuts for Cancer a success

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – The 15th Annual Cuts for Cancer was held yesterday at the College of Cosmetology. 32 Licensed Professionals representing 10 salons, raised nearly $2200. Over $34,000 has been raised through this event since it started in 1998. All of these funds will be donated to the Skylakes Cancer Treatment Center.
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Salmon to be released in March

SALEM, Ore. – The Oregon Dept of Fish and Wildlife has announced plans to release 200,000 Chinook smolts into the Coast Fork Willamette River on March 12. Wildlife officials expect a return of between one and two thousand Chinook in 2014. Fish harvesting, along with the presence of hatchery fish, dams and changes to...
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Suspicious fire still under investigation

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Klamath County Fire District No. 1 is still investigating last week’s fire at 218 Broad Street after determining the fire was human caused. That one happened last Monday. A fire the day before has led to an arrest. The Klamath Falls police department arrested a 40-year old man Friday.
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March to be declared Red Cross month

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – March is Red Cross month, and Klamath County Commissioners will sign a proclamation declaring local recognition of it at their meeting tomorrow. Michelle Thompson, Readiness Specialist in Klamath Falls tells us many events are planned. The session this Thursday is at the Klamath County library at 6pm, and on the...
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Sen. Wyden plans visit to Klamath area

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Oregon US Senator Ron Wyden has plans to speak in Klamath Falls and Lakeview. Both will be this coming Sunday, as part of a series of town hall meetings across the state.
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Budget cuts coming on county level

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Klamath County plans to make $1.4 million in cuts to balance the next budget, and they’ll do it with drops in funds to the sheriff, district attorney, juvenile, and health departments. Layoffs are expected.
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Traffic stop leads to drug bust

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – A traffic stop this week by Oregon State police yielded 12 pounds of marijuana, and led to the arrest of 33-year old William Joseph Ray Patton of Utah. The value of the marijuana was estimated by troopers to be about $32,500. Sixteen pounds of hashish was also discovered, with a...
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March is Red Cross Month

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – The Klamath Falls chapter of the American Red Cross is celebrating the national Red Cross month in March. Next Tuesday, February 28, the Klamath County Commissioners will sign an official proclamation declaring March to be Red Cross Month in Klamath County. There will be several blood drives at the Donor...
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Irrigation outlook is uncertain

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – No one knows for sure how much surface water will be available for irrigators this spring. 128 irrigators have signed up for the Klamath Water and Power Agency’s pumping program that will Klamath Reclamation Project well owners to pump water. The Water and Power Agency projects there could be anywhere...
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Gas prices continue to climb

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – There’s no relief in sight at the pump. In fact, gas prices are expected to continue to climb this spring. Analysts say many factors are leading to the hike, including an improving US economy and the oil market in Iran. Monday’s national average was $3.55. By yesterday it was $3.61,...
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