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Tulelake Butte Valley Fair continues without state help

TULELAKE, Cal. – The Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair has picked its theme for this year. They’ll use “Keeping the Dream Alive,” as the fair celebrates its’ 61st anniversary, September 6-9th. Long term funding solutions are still uncertain for the fair, and this marks the first year that the fair will get no funding from the...
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Alturas to host a Support Rural America Sheriffs Event

ALTURAS, Cal. – The Support Rural America Sheriffs’ Events are going on the road. The next meeting of Constitutional Sheriffs will be in Alturas with Modoc County Sheriff Mike Poindexter hosting the event on Saturday, April 21st at the Casino Convention Center in Alturas at 2pm. Special guest is Wyoming private property rights attorney...
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Lakeview faces school budget crisis

LAKEVIEW, Ore. – Daly Middle School in Lakeview may close. The Lake County School District No. 7 is considering the move to close a projected budget gap. The school sits right next to Lakeview High school and closing it could save the district $83,000 a year. The total budget gap is about $380,000. Other...
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Henley High School instructor arrested

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – A Reserve Officers’ Training Corps instructor at a Klamath Falls high school was arrested yesterday. 63-year old Kenneth Gardner faces accusations he sexually abused a female student. Oregon State police say the charges relate to a juvenile at Henley High School sometime during this school year. Gardner has resigned his...
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Snowpack improves at Crater Lake

CRATER LAKE, Ore. – After another four and a half inches of snow between Sunday and Monday, the snowpack at Crater Lake National park is up above average. The amount on the ground now has reached 135 inches while the average for this time of year is 121 inches. The total accumulated snowfall though...
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Open enrollment period wraps up

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – The open enrollment period has closed, and Klamath County schools stand to gain students. The Klamath County school district received 110 applications during the open enrollment period, which is more than twice the number of students wanting to transfer into Klamath Falls City Schools.
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County budget should be set soon

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Klamath County will have a finalized budget by the end of the month. Rather than across the board cuts there will be cuts to specific departments as the $1.4 million shortfall is balanced. The budget proposal includes cuts of $266,000 to the District Attorney’s office, $219,000 at the juvenile department,...
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BLM changes horse gathering methods

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Bureau of Land Management is increasing its use of an alternative method to remove excess wild horses from the range. For the first time they’ll use widespread bait trapping, which lures mustangs to food, water, and salt. This takes the place of the oft-criticized helicopter method, which activists have claimed...
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Grant helps Sheriff’s office with radio network

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – The Klamath County Sheriff’s office has accepted a grant that will help upgrade the mountaintop emergency radio system. The $80,000 Homeland Security grant is part of $3 million in grant funding that has come to Klamath County over the years as part of an ongoing project to replace outdated radio...
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City Council to consider Cycle Oregon’s September impact

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Klamath Falls City Council tonight will consider a request to conditionally permit Cycle Oregon to use Moore Park September 13-15. That would include using the athletic fields, picnic area, tennis court parking lots, marina pavillion, and parking lots for the event. A beer and wine garden would be established at...
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