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Butte Valley Farmers Market next week

The next Butte Valley Farmer’s Market happens next Thursday, June 28 at 2 p.m. at Dorris City Hall. Vendors will be out on the lawn under the flagpole at 307 S. Main St. The $10 vendor fee is waived on the first visit. For more info contact the BV Resource Center 530-397-2273 or bvcrc@cot.net.
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If you see police at KCC, it could be a test

Law enforcement agencies from the Klamath Basin will be conducting a training exercise at Klamath Community College this Friday from 7 a.m. to Noon. Several agencies will be on campus and may be visible on South Sixth Street during the training. It’s just a training exercise, so don’t be alarmed Friday morning. Building six...
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Woman faces several charges after injury wreck on Highway 97

KLAMATH COUNTY, Ore. — A Prineville woman is facing charges after she ran from an injury accident on Highway 97 about 22 miles south of Chemult Tuesday night. State police say 44-year-old Michelle Richards was driving a vehicle that hit another from behind. After the collision, Richards ran into the forest. The driver of...
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Kinetic Challenge a must-see this weekend

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — If you’re not into classic cars for this weekend’s Kruise of Klamath, Viewing the Basin‘s Cory Edmondson has details on something that might get your attention.
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Viewing the Basin: Relay for Life fundraisers

On Wednesday’s Viewing the Basin (Weekdays at 7 a.m. – Newstalk 1150 KAGO), Erika George and Starla Rovito discussed fundraisers for the 2012 Relay for Life over the upcoming June 22-24 weekend.
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Arson Patrols begin July 1

The Oregon Department of Forestry, U.S. Forest Service and Oregon State Police will activate the Wildland-Urban Interface Arson Patrol on July 1. Retired OSP trooper Jim Davis of Klamath Falls is one of those who will be out on patrol. Another officer will patrol Deschutes County – both considered “high fire” areas by ODF....
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Local veterans have new career opportunity

A crew of military veterans is training to become firefighters. After serving in the military sometimes veterans can have a tough time finding work, but as fire season officially begins this week a group of veterans in Klamath Falls and another group in Medford are trained and ready to help the Bureau of Land...
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Tulelake Fair participants need course this year

New for 2012, the Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair is requiring all 10-A District 4H and FFA exhibitors to attend a Quality Assurance and Ethics Awareness course every two years before exhibiting and selling at the fair. Independent Exhibitors are required to attend the course every year. The next course is coming up June 27 at 5 p.m....
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Tulelake fair board meets next week

The next meeting for the board of directors with the Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair is happening June 27 at 7 p.m. at the Fair office in Tulelake. The agenda shows the board will discuss the upcoming community yard sale, the Keeping the Dream Alive Fundraiser raffle and auction, and the Fourth of July Freedom Festival....
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Downtown Urban Renewal extended despite disagreement

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — At Monday’s Klamath Falls City Council meeting, the agenda included a resolution to renew a credit line for two city urban renewal projects. After all three attending councilmen approved a resolution to renew a $1.9 million credit line from South Valley Bank and Trust for the Town Center Urban Renewal...
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