Another softball team van hit by thieves

PORTLAND, Ore. — The OIT softball team is not alone. Thieves hit another softball team’s van at Delta Park in North Portland over the weekend. This time the suspects took $6,500 worth of property including laptops and other personal belongings, from the Grays Harbor College softball team. Thieves broke into the OIT van back...
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New fire restrictions in effect near Keno Dam

ODF and the Klamath Resource Area of the BLM are putting the Klamath River Canyon area from Keno Dam to the State Line in a regulated closure this fire season. That means you have to have fire-fighting equipment with you, smoking is permitted only in enclosed vehicles, open fires are permitted only at posted...
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Today marks the beginning of Click it or Ticket

Oregon State police along with local law enforcement agencies are stepping up efforts to enforce seat belt laws today with the beginning of the Click it or Ticket campaign that runs through June 3. State police will also have an increased presence on the roads this Memorial Day weekend, watching for impaired drivers, looking...
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Hickey Fire burns over 450 acres

The Hickey Fire ignited last Wednesday on the Crane Creek Ranch and reached 462 acres in size. The Fremont Winema National Forest says it was eight miles east of Lakeview off of Highway 140 and was human caused. Crews worked through the weekend to make sure it’s out and won’t rekindle, especially with warmer...
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Klamath Falls man begins infant abuse trial

29-year old Jedadya Tamrin River Ferguson is accused of causing severe burns to his then-fiancee’s 10-month old son. The boy’s mother wasn’t home at the time. Ferguson’s trial started yesterday on one count of first-degree assault, three counts of third-degree assault and three counts of first-degree criminal mistreatment for allegedly burning and bruising the...
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City has posted entry forms for Memorial Day Parade

This year’s Memorial Day parade will be Monday, May 28th at 10 AM. The event is sponsored by Klamath Falls City Parks and the Disabled American Veterans Chapter 12. After the parade the annual veteran’s remembrance ceremony will be held at the Veteran’s Memorial in Veteran’s Park. There are no entry fees for the...
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Events planned for Memorial Day

Several events are happening in Klamath Falls to honor veterans on Memorial Day. The parade starts at 10am, followed by a service at the Veteran’s Memorial at Veteran’s Park. The Parks Dept. has also announced a Sun Rise Service at 6 am at Klamath Memorial Park Cemetery off Greensprings Drive. Breakfast will be after...
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OIT holds event for cancer awareness

The Oregon Tech Mammography Class invites us to “booty shake and beat cancer.” The event is at Zumba Fitness today at 6pm. You’ll get a free water bottle for a $5 entry, and proceeds help Norma’s Challenge, Breast Cancer Awareness and Support.
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Man receives prison time after passenger dies

29-year old Marcus Anthony Valentine was sentenced this week to 7 and a half years in prison after a manslaughter conviction. District Attorney Ed Caleb says Valentine caused the death of his passenger when he lost control of his vehicleon Highway 97 in May 2010. Valentine’s blood alcohol content was .11% at the time,...
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Josephine County lays off more than seventy workers

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — On Tuesday Josephine County voters said no to a levy fixing a $12 million budget gap created by the end of timber payments. And it didn’t take long for the layoffs to start. The Josephine County Sheriff laid off 70 deputies and civilian personnel yesterday. That will mean 90 inmates...
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