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Public Safety Advisory Committee meets today

The Public Safety Advisory Committee meets today at Klamath City Hall. On the agenda, discussion of a letter from Klamath County Commissioners to the committee that outlines a plan to expand the Public Safety Advisory Committee as it continues to suggest ways to deal with funding law enforcement. They’ll also address funding law enforcement...
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Klamath Union hosts blood drive today

Klamath Union High School is hosting a blood drive today with the local Red Cross chapter. Anyone can stop by to donate between 9am and 2:30pm at 1300 Montclaire. March is Red Cross Month, and the Klamath Falls chapter has a different blood drive planned every day.
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Public forums coming up to meet finalists for KCC President

As Klamath Community College searches for a new president, the school will host two public forums to meet the finalists. The candidates, Dr. Jerome “Jerry” Migler and Dr. Roberto Gutierrez, will visit Klamath Falls Wednesday, March 21, and Friday, March 23, respectively. The public forums will begin on those dates at 5:00 p.m. in...
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Local school wins state award

Only three schools in the state get the honor. The Oregon Department of Education has announced the 2012 Oregon School Wellness Awards and those carry a $2,500 cash prize. Klamath Falls’ Bonanza won the award, along with a school in Ashland and another in Portland. The award recognizes a commitment to well-balanced nutrition and...
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Man acquitted of involuntary manslaughter

ALTURAS, Cal. – Craig Lafferty had been charged with shooting and killing 24-year-old Kevin Konz, of Cedarville, California last June in Lake City. But after a Modoc Superior Court jury deliberated for two and a half hours they concluded Lafferty was innocent of voluntary manslaughter. Konz had reportedly climbed more than 20 feet on...
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Jail levy officially off the ballot

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Klamath County Commissioners voted yesterday to take the jail levy off the May ballot. Property taxes would have been raised to pay for the jail if that had passed, but it’s not necessary since the legislature enacted a bill allowing Klamath and other counties to use money normally restricted to...
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New snow helps, but Crater Lake still below average

CRATER LAKE NATIONAL PARK – The usual number of inches of snow on the ground this week at Crater Lake National Park is 117, and despite all of the new snow recently the number is still in the 90′s. Another 10-15 inches has come down in the past two days, but that just puts...
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Klamath Basin to be featured on TV travel show

SAN FRANCISCO, Cal. – A travel show in the San Francisco Bay area will feature the Klamath Basin on a May episode. It’s called “Eye on the Bay” and reaches about two million viewers there. The TV crew was here last week, hosted by the tourism agency Discover Klamath. The show will focus on...
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Officials narrow down the cause of Sunday fire

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Fire officials say it was probably combustible material too close to a heat source that cause a fire Sunday. The blaze damaged one vehicle and destroyed two carports on Arthur Street. Officials with Klamath County Fire District No. 1 think the fire was started either by combustibles too close to...
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Power restored to 2500

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Pacific Power doesn’t know exactly what caused the power outage yesterday that knocked out electricity to about 2500 people. Power is back on now, but things went dark for about four hours yesterday in the south suburbs. The National Weather Service had issued a high wind advisory yesterday, and the...
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