It’s College Application Month in Oregon

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. - Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber has declared November “Oregon College Application Month”. Rob Siems has what it means for the Oregon Institute of Technology.
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Klamath National Forest

Klamath National Forest needs public input

YREKA, Calif. — The Klamath National Forest is seeking input on its Motor Vehicle Use Map. The request is part of the annual MVUM review cycle. While there is no deadline for input, comments received before Dec. 15 will be the most useful.  Comments may be submitted in a variety of ways. You may...
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Highway 39, 140 construction updates

REDMOND, Ore. — Clean up and corrective work continues on the Link River Bridge on Highway 39. Look for workers to control traffic and expect minor delays. At the Merrill/Lakeview junction on Highway 39, signal, general clean-up and corrective work is planned during daylight hours with minor delays possible. At the Klamath County Boat...
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Local Boy Scouts seeking food donations

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — The Klamath District Boy Scouts of the Crater Lake Council are hosting the annual “Scouting for Food Drive” and will begin dropping off bags and flyers at homes in the area by Saturday. Donors are asked to leave the bags full of non-perishable food items by the following Saturday, Nov....
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New Lakeview library prepares to open

LAKEVIEW, Ore. –The Lakeview library is in the middle of moving to their new location in Lakeview. The new library has been in the making for 10 years, and it opens this Saturday. The grand opening party is on the following Saturday, November 16th, when the library will serve refreshments and have speakers on...
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No vote on Klamath Community College bond

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — The residents of Klamath Falls voted no yesterday to fund an improvement project for Klamath Community College. The $9.85 million bond would have paid for new buildings and more programs at the College. The no vote received 55 percent of the vote. 38 percent of Klamath County voters took part...
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Kingsley Field

173rd Fighter Wing Firefighters raise money for mammograms

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — 173RD Fighter Wing Firefighters from Kingsley Field helped raise money to pay for mammograms during breast cancer awareness month. The firefighters sold $1,300 worth of the pink shirts, and then presented a check in that amount to Sky Lakes Medical Center.  The proceeds are going to fund free mammograms for...
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New rules being put in place for hemp farming

SALEM, Ore. — Oregon agriculture officials said they hope to have rules in place for the production of industrial hemp by the spring planting season. The Oregon Department of Agriculture has assembled a committee of policy officials and agriculture experts, to draft rules for industrial hemp production. The committee will hold its first public...
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Drivers warned to be on the lookout for wildlife in and around roadways

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — ODOT and Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife are warning motorists to be on alert for wildlife on or along our highways at this time of the year. November is the month which both nationally and locally has the highest number of reported wildlife-related collisions. Since 2003 there have been...
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City Council hears from public on proposed mission move

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. –The City Council of Klamath Falls heard from the public last night on a proposed move of the Gospel Mission from Walnut Avenue to near the Ross Ragland Theater. Local residents, businesses owners, and others in the area voiced their concerns over  Mission’s plan to move to 707 High Street. One...
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