KCSD, KFCS and Lakeview High improve graduation rates

SALEM, Ore. – Over 73 percent of Klamath County School District students graduated during the 2011-12 school year according to statistics released by the state this week. That’s above the 68 percent of Oregon students graduating in total. Bonanza, Henley, Lost River and Mazama High Schools all graduated more than 73 percent of its students....
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Pilot loses consciousness over Oregon

PORTLAND, Ore. — A Seattle-bound airliner made a successful emergency landing after its pilot lost consciousness Thursday night. The co-pilot of Flight 473 touched down in Portland after its pilot lost consciousness “somewhere over Oregon,” Alaska Airlines spokesperson Paul McElroy said. The plane originated from Los Angeles headed for Seattle. McElroy said the crew...
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Rep. Walden visits Klamath Falls during nine-day tour

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — U.S. Representative Greg Walden was in Klamath Falls Thursday morning hosting a town hall meeting at the Oregon Institute of Technology. It was part of his nine-day trip throughout the eight-county district to talk to residents about solutions for problems. U.S. Rep. Greg Walden Rep. Walden is the chair of...
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Hosanna Christian closes for the rest of the week

Hosanna Christian Academy’s Facebook page states school has been closed for the remainder of the week. An illness caused a cancellation of classes Tuesday and Wednesday and Head of School Jeff Mudrow told KAGO that the school was prepared to cancel classes through the end of the week if needed. KAGO contacted Mudrow Thursday...
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Woman arrested for drunken driving after hitting police car

BEND, Ore. — A woman has been arrested for drunken driving after hitting a Bend police patrol car late Tuesday. Oregon State Police say 35-year-old Tina Rae Taylor of Bend was arrested on the drunken driving charge, plus assault and reckless driving, after the car she was driving plowed into the rear of the...
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OSU chosen to lead research vessel work

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Oregon State University has been selected to design and coordinate construction of up to three new coastal research vessels. The school announced it was selected by the National Science Foundation to receive $3 million to coordinate the design work. The vessels would likely be deployed one each to the East, West...
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Hosanna Christian closes school because of illness

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – The Hosanna Christian Academy is closed for a second straight day Wednesday after 25-30 percent of its students and six faculty were absent due to illlness. Hosanna Christian Academy Head of School Jeff Mudrow Head of School Jeff Mudrow says the high amount of students out of class plus having less...
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Two arrested in forgery investigation

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – An ongoing forgery investigation has led to the arrest of two more people. 46-year-old Anna M. Rodriguez and 35-year-old Frederick Lee Vierria were arrested Tuesday on over 40 counts on charges ranging from identity theft, forgery and computer crime. The latest arrests by Oregon State Police follow OSP’s arrest of two...
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Earthquake off Southern Oregon coast

COOS BAY, Ore. — An earthquake off the Southern Oregon coast garnered at least four reports of people feeling the shake. It registered a magnitude of 5.3 and occurred about 7:14 p.m. according to the U.S. Geological Survey’s National Earthquake Information Center in Golden, Colo. The earthquake was recorded about 170 miles off the coast. The...
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Gov. Brown calls Calif. special session

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – After years of deficits, California is on the rebound. In his State of the State address Thursday, Governor Jerry Brown said California is back, has a balanced budget, and is on the move. Brown said one of the challenges would be implementing the federal Affordable Care Act, which he’s called a...
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