Mid Pacific Regional Director, David Murrillo, addresses the KID Board of Directors.

The Latest on KID C-Flume and Tribal Litigation

Klamath Falls, Ore – At the Klamath Irrigation District’s Board of Directors special meeting yesterday, there was an update on the C-Flume project as well as the latest on the Hoopa Valley Tribe litigation.   David Murrillo, the Mid Pacific Regional Director said that  a draft of a declaration is being written that must...
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Chiloquin Food Pantry Dates Changed

Chiloquin, Ore – The Chiloquin Food Pantry distribution date has been changed to today, instead of next Wednesday when it’s usually open.  Several local residents… along with Klamoya Casino, donated to the food pantry so families could have holiday meals.  Food distribution at the Chiloquin food pantry is from 10am to 1pm.
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Another Deadly Accident on Highway 97

Redmond, Ore - A Redmond woman died in that accident on Highway 97 Tuesday night. Oregon State Police say 24-year old Kylee Bruce was headed south on 97 when she lost control of her car while passing another vehicle.  Her car slid sideways then it was t-boned by an oncoming sedan, also hitting another vehicle after that....
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6 arrested in connection with dozens of burglaries

Yreka, Calif.– The Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office has arrested several people believed to be responsible for as many as 25 burglaries throughout the county, including Montague, Dunsmuir, and Dorris. Four men and two women were arrested. The string of home burglaries date back to just before Thanksgiving. Deputies did recover some of the stolen...
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KID to hold meeting, update C-Flume construction

Klamath Falls, Ore.– The Klamath Irrigation District holds a meeting Tuesday to provide an update on the C-Flume project. Bureau of Reclamation officials will be on hand for the meeting as well. The district board will also update members on the Hoopa Valley Tribe Litigation. Tuesday’s meeting starts at 11am and is open to...
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Flu on track to outpace last year

Klamath Falls., Ore.– We’re just a couple of weeks away from the historical height of the annual flu season… and so far the number of confirmed cases in Oregon is outpacing last year. State-wide… 14 people have been hospitalized with the flu. 95 percent of those who tested positive for flu had the version...
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Former OSP lab worker sentenced

Bend, Ore.– The former Oregon State Police forensic scientist who was accused of of stealing narcotic drugs she was supposed to be analyzing has been sentenced to three years in prison. 36-year old Nika Larsen pleaded guilty in August to several charges, including obtaining a controlled substance by misrepresentation. Investigators believe Larsen pocketed hundreds...
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State tracks revenue from marijuana sales tax

Salem, Ore.– Oregon’s Department of Revenue now has a page on its website dedicated to tracking sales tax revenue collected as a result of sales of recreational marijuana. The information will be updated every time new data on sales tax returns is processed. So far this year… the first year that recreational pot has...
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Deadly accident closes Highway 31

La Pine, Ore.– At least one person died in an accident in northern Klamath County Monday afternoon. Oregon State Police say the accident happened on Highway 31 about 8 miles south of the Highway 97. The accident and investigation closed down the highway for several hours yesterday.
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Motor Voter led to thousands of new registered voters

Salem, Ore.– Oregon’s new Motor Voter program led to more than 272,000 residents being registered to vote from the beginning of 2016 through November. Eight percent of DMV customers who would have been registered under the new motor voter law didn’t want to be registered. Nearly 44 percent of voters automatically registered to vote...
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