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JROTC instructor waives right to hearing

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – 63-year old Kenneth Gardner has waived his right to a grand jury hearing, according to DA Ed Caleb. Documents filed with Klamath County Circuit Court show there was probable cause for the charges against the Henley High School Junior ROTC instructor. He was arrested last week for having improper sexual...
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Man accused of trying to set up Klamath County terrorist camp to be tried in US

BLY, Ore. – A European court yesterday ruled a Muslim cleric who celebrated the 9-11 attacks in sermons and allegedly tried to set up a terrorist training camp in Bly can be brought back to the US for trial. Abu Hamza Masri and four other terrorism suspects face charges. The Bly camp never really...
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Tulelake Butte Valley Fair sets weigh-in dates

TULELAKE, Cal. – The Tulelake Butte Valley Fair has announced the deadlines for junior exhibitors to pre-weigh their market animals for proof of ownership and rate of gain purposes. Tagging and pre weigh-in for Junior Market Steers will be Sunday, April 29th @ 5:00 p.m. at the Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair and on Sunday May...
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City crews are trimming trees today

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – The City Street Division will be performing tree trimming in Klamath falls today on 9th Street between Prospect and Pine Streets. More tree trimming is planned tomorrow in the same location. The city advises everyone to go slowly in that area and give crews room to work.
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Brighter water outlook now for Refuge

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Dry conditions last year led to an avian cholera outbreak at the Lower Klamath National Wildlife Refuge last month, and thousands of birds died. New projections from the Bureau of Reclamation’s Klamath Basin office show water is flowing at the refuge again, but it’s still a situation of cautious optimism,...
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Important budget hearing today in Klamath Falls

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – At today’s budget hearing, public comments will be taken and deliberations will take place. Discussion will be held too on State Revenue Sharing and how funds might be used. Anyone is welcome to show up and share an opinion with the budget committee. In fact, this is your chance to...
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Registration open for kids summer camp

LAKE OF THE WOODS, Ore. – The registration period is open now for students who want to sign up for the 21st annual Resources and People Camp at Camp Esther Applegate at Lake of the Woods. Students between 13 and 18 are eligible, with learning about fire ecology, wildlife, forestry, fisheries, archeology, wetlands and...
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Violaters of burning restrictions could face tougher penalites

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – State and county officials will meet today to decide which recommendations to implement regarding burning restrictions and penalities. The Klamath Air Quality Advisory Committee released recommendations yesterday on how to improve air quality to comply with EPA standards by 2014. The fall open burning window could be shortened, and greater...
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Klamath County considers how to spend health care dollars

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Klamath County commissioners held a recent panel discussion to bring together local health care providers, community members, and government leaders. At issue – how state funding is spent when coordinated care organizations replace current health care delivery systems for low-income residents. Many want to keep local control.
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RSVP today for Farm Bureau dinner Friday

TULELAKE, Cal. – The Modoc and Siskiyou County Farm Bureau is having a membership drive, and they invite anyone interested to dinner this Friday, April 13. The dinner will feature guest speaker Paul Wenger, the State Farm Bureau President. Social hour starts at 6 with dinner at 7pm, at the Tulelake Fairgrounds in the...
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