Infamous Wandering Wolf Turns Up Near Hyatt Lake

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore.- Infamous wolf OR-7 has been tracked in the Greensprings area east of Ashland this week. This is the farthest west he’s been since he wandered out of Northeastern Oregon in September to find a mate. The wolf’s GPS found him on Thursday morning in the mountains southwest of Hyatt Lake after...
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Oregon May Impose Time Restrictions On Music Played At Bars With Outdoor Seating

Members of the Oregon Liquor Control Commission are going to vote today on new time restrictions for bars with outdoor seating next to residential property. Currently, amplified music at bars  with outside seating must end by midnight, but sales and service can continue until last call at 2:30 a.m. With the plan set before...
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Man Tries To Blow Up Ex-Girlfriend With A Propane Bomb

UPDATE: KLAMATH FALLS, Ore.- The suspected propane bomber, that tried to blow up his ex-girlfriend, has been caught just outside Rogue River. Michael J Pankey was arrested a few miles away from Rogue River on Wednesday night. Police say the bomb is made out of small propane cylinder like those used for camp stoves,...
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Klamath Police Department Holds Prescription Drug Buy Back on Saturday, April 27th

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore.- The Klamath Falls Police Department is holding an unwanted prescription drug buy back this weekend at the Police Department at 2501 Shasta Way. This is the  6th time the department has held this event in the last 3 years. All you have to do is bring in your medications that you...
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Klamath Basin Volunteers Honored At United Way Luncheon

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore.-Hundreds of volunteers in Klamath were honored Tuesday at the 20th annual Klamath Country volunteer of the year awards presented by the United Way. Honorees dined while Dennis Linthicum, Klamath County Commissioner made the presentations, awarding the highest honor of the day to Carol Usher, who volunteers at local schools, for PALM,...
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Unemployment drops in Klamath County

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Klamath and Lake counties saw their first significant drop in unemployment in several months, and while the improvement is not dramatic, it is a hint at a sign of a recovery. In Klamath County, the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate in March was 11 percent, down from the February mark of...
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Interview: Miss Klamath County & Miss City of Sunshine Pageant

On Saturday night at the Ross Ragland Theater, Lindsey Reed and Stephanie Matheson were crowned as 2013’s Miss Klamath County and Miss City of Sunshine.  After the pageant, Cory Edmondson had a chance to talk with the ladies. . .    
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Interview: K-Falls Runner shares her experience with the Boston Marathon Explosions

Nora Sellheim, a 26-year-old substitute teacher for the Klamath County School District, who finished the marathon a half hour before the explosions, is back home in the Klamath Basin. Sellheim shares her story. . .  
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Suspect in two-person shooting arraigned

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – The man accused of shooting two people, including a man who died, has reportedly pleaded not guilty. According to NBC-2, 27-year-old Leland Thomas Nicholson Jr. was arraigned on Thursday. He is accused of shooting 28-year-old Terry Entriken, who later died, and shooting 36-year-old Vanessa Alexander in the face on Easter Sunday....
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Gun-control measures move to Ore. Senate floor

SALEM, Ore. — Four gun-control bills have been approved by an Oregon Senate committee. If fully passed, the bills would expand background checks and add new restrictions on carrying firearms. The Senate Judiciary Committee passed the bills on a 3 to 2 party-line vote on Thursday. The package now goes to the Senate floor. The...
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