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Snowflake Festival Committee meeting moved

The Snowflake Festival Committee meets Thursday at noon for the first of monthly meetings leading to the December event. The meeting has been moved to the American Legion on 8th Street. This year’s theme is Star Spangled Snowflake and the committee will determine Thursday the last opportunity for event entries.
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Inaugural Alzheimer’s Walk this weekend

This weekend is the inaugural Alzheimer’s Awareness Run and Walk. That is Pelican Pointe Community Outreach spokesperson Shari Watterberg. Registration for the walk is $20 and participants get a t-shirt. The walk is 3.1 miles. For more information about the walk or the Alzheimer’s support group, contact 541-882-8900. == When: Sunday, Sept. 16. Registration...
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Day 3: Cycle Oregon

CRATER LAKE, Ore. — Cyclists had the option of taking a lap around the Crater Lake Rim as Cycle Oregon continued from its Bly starting point Tuesday. Full story audio from Cory Edmondson of Viewing the Basin On the third day of the event, about 2,200 cyclists traveled from Fort Klamath to Prospect. Cycle...
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Former Mazama coach pleads guilty

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — A former Basin volleyball coach accused of having sex with an underage student pleaded guilty Tuesday in Klamath County Circuit Court and will spend the next two years in prison. 52-year-old Robert Lloyd Thompson pleaded guilty to two counts of second-degree sex abuse regarding his sexual relationship with a 17-year-old...
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Goff fire fully contained

YREKA, Calif. — The Goff Fire and Fort Complex fire is now 100 percent contained about a month after it was started. Two fire teams are leading mop-up, patrol and suppression repair operations, as the fire is not expected to leave the containment lines and the personnel count is being downsized to about 200....
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Speed limit lowered on Business US-97

BEND, Ore. — The Oregon Department of Transportation has lowered the speed limit on the business stretch of US Highway 97 in Bend from 45 to 35 miles per hour. The new limit will affect the highway from Empire Boulevard to Mount Washington Drive. The move comes after analysis of traffic, speed data and...
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August motorcycle deaths highest since 1986

SALEM, Ore. — 13 people were killed in motorcycle-related crashes in Oregon last month – the most since 1986. For the year, the Oregon Department of Transportation says there has been 34 motorcycle-related fatalities, which is just six shy of the state’s 2011 total. ODOT attributes most of the crashes to driver errors such...
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Cycle Oregon comes through Klamath

This week, the Basin hosts Cycle Oregon, a non-profit organization with the goal of exploring the state. Full story audio from Viewing the Basin‘s Cory Edmondson Cycle Oregon’s course started in Bly, goes to Silver Lake, Fort Klamath, Prospect, Ashland, Klamath Falls and back to Bly. Cycle Oregon’s Ingrid Nylen says that’s over 400 miles...
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Culvert work closes forest road near Bly

BLY, Ore. — A culvert replacement in the Fremont-Winema National Forest is prompting the closure of Dixon Creek Road 14 miles northeast of Bly. Workers are replacing a 4-foot culvert with an 8-foot open structural steel arch pipe, allowing for better natural flow of water and fish passage. It is a nearly-$88,000 project and...
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Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair concludes

TULELAKE, Calif. — The Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair concluded Sunday night with the theme “Keeping the Dream Alive”. Part of that theme included pay-what-you-can admission. Susan worked at the front gate. Fair manager Dave Dillabo discusses his preliminary thoughts on fair donations. The fair lost 100 percent of its state funding and its ongoing operations are...
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