Sky Lakes Hikes Offered

Klamath Falls, Ore.– In honor of National Get Outdoors Day on June 13, employees with the Fremont-Winema National Forest will be leading free interpretive wilderness hikes of Isherwood Trail in the Sky Lakes Wilderness Area. This easy hike will take participants through dense lodgepole and mountain hemlock stands, wet lowlands and by numerous lakes....
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Justin Parnell name Oregon Tech Associate Head Basketball Coach

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Former Oregon Tech basketball standout, Justin Parnell, has accepted the position of Associate Head Coach for the Hustlin’ Owl men’s basketball program, announced today by Director of Athletics Michael Schell.   Parnell, a NAIA First-Team All-American in 2010 for Tech, joins Head Coach Danny Miles and assistants Mike Pisan and...
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Volunteers Need to Help Vets

Yreka, Calif.– The Veterans Assistance Program (VAP) is a volunteer organization that works to provide assistance to needy Siskiyou County veterans. The VAP is seeking help from the public because they need more volunteers to help veterans. During the past two years, VAP volunteers have provided donated fire wood to elderly and disabled veterans,...
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New Airport Director on the Way

Klamath Falls, Ore.– The City of Klamath Falls has hired a new director for the airport. City Manager Nathan Cherpeski announced today that John Baraslou will take over as Director of the Crater Lake-Klamath Regional Airport. Baraslou will come to the Basin from Flint Michigan where he works at the Bishop International Airport Authority....
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Help Wanted: National Trails Day

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Crater Lake National Park is looking for a few good volunteers to help with projects for National Trails Day tomorrow. Park Officials say they’re working with the Klamath Trails Alliance to clear some down trees, and make some other safety improvements on the trails. Gloves and safety gear is provided, as...
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2015 Graduation Events

Klamath Falls, Ore.– It’s gradation season! Here’s a rundown of graduation events in the area: Friday, June 5 Modoc High School, 8:00 PM, Griswold Gym Surprise Valley High School, 8:00 PM, at the school gym. Sunday, June 7 Chiloquin High School, 2:00 PM, in the Big GymHenley High School, 2:00 PM Klamath Union High...
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Oregonians Not On Board with Per-Mile Tax Plan

Salem, Ore.– Oregon was the first state in the country to start charging a per gallon sales tax nearly 100 years ago. Now we’re set to pioneer a new way to pay transportation taxes… but it’s one more Oregonians aren’t on board with. A recent Mason-Dixon poll finds that 56-percent of those asked… oppose...
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Insurers Ask for Hikes in 2016 Health Care Premiums

Salem, Ore.– If you’re struggling to pay your health insurance premiums now… just wait until next year. More than 40-percent of Oregonians who purchased health insurance through the exchange, chose Moda Health Plan as their provider. Modo is asking lawmakers to approve a 25-percent hike in premium rates for 2016.
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OSP Traffic Stop Nets 60 lbs. of Pot

Lakeview, Ore.– State Troopers in Lake County made a traffic stop yesterday… that resulted in a major drug bust. Oregon State Police stopped a car on Highway 140 East near Lakeview because the driver wouldn’t stay in his lane… and it was causing traffic issues. Troopers identified the driver as 35 year old Bodhi...
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Gov. Brown Wants No Charges Against Email Leaker

Salem, Ore.– Oregon Governor Kate Brown says she’s asking the state to not pursue charges against Michael Rodgers, the former government employee who leaked former Governor John Kitzhaber’s emails to a Portland newspaper. The leaks led to questions about the integrity of Governor Kitzhaber and his fiancé’s work as a consultant, and ultimately led...
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