Man back in custody after walking away

MEDFORD, Ore. — A man who walked away from transitional leave is back in custody. Scott Bradley Wold was arrested Thursday night by Medford Police. He is now lodged in Jackson County Jail. The transitional program is for selected inmates who complete a 180-day in-prison program. Wold didn’t report back after his 10 p.m....
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Evidence tampering leads to Klamath-area arrest

KLAMATH COUNTY, Ore. — New arrests have two in Klamath County Jail over the weekend. 26-year-old Nicole Marie DeMartini is being held on $15,000 bail for two counts of hindering prosecution. She is charged with tampering with evidence as well. 57-year-old Daniel Lee Hoptowit III of Klamath Falls is charged with violating his probation....
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Arrests made in investigation of body found at base of cliff

MEDFORD, Ore . — Authorities in Medford have two women in custody in connection with the shooting death of one of their husbands last month. 26-year-old Patricia MacCallum and 27-year-old Amber Lubbers into custody on Friday after learning from California investigators that the women may be in the area. Siskiyou County Sheriff Jon Lopey...
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Rodeo and Ag Expo on weekend Klamath Co. Fairgrounds agenda

On the weekend calendar, there’s the Reed Rodeo and the Klamath Falls Ag Expo at the Klamath County Fairgrounds. Rodeo announcer Jerry McCling says the rodeo will offer most typical rodeo events, but adds one for the ladies that was a big hit last year. The Reed Rodeo starts Saturday at 6 p.m. at...
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KCC students write grant for class, earn it for school

LAKEVIEW, Ore. — A student’s effort has resulted in a $20,000 grant for Klamath Community College. KCC student Dean Dier won the grant after writing it in the school’s grant-writing course, which was in its first year as a class. In addition to Dier, students Krystal Atkinson, Michael Shatto and Shantana Wright also worked...
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Update: Suspicious package discovered at Kingsley Field

KINGSLEY FIELD, Ore. – A suspicious package was discovered at Kingsley Field at approximately 9:40 a.m. Thursday. Base personnel are taking appropriate response measures. Security Forces have evacuated personnel from buildings in the immediate area. Base officials are asking the public to stay away from the base until the situation has been resolved. More...
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Arrest made in 2009 murder case

New information received by Oregon State Police Wednesday led to the arrest of a man in Klamath County early Thursday morning. 24-year-old Troy Douglas Adcock is in the Klamath County Jail on charges including murder and first-degree robbery. OSP’s Criminal Investigation Division detectives made the arrest in connection with a September 2009 murder at...
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Southern Oregon skiing starts Thursday

The Mount Ashland Ski Area opens for skiers Thursday. All four chairlifts will be open and the mountain plans to open extra days in December. The mountain will offer ski runs through next Monday and will be closed on Tuesday and Wednesday except the weeks of Christmas and New Year’s Day.
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Two options for extradition of man in 1997 disappearance case

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — A man lodged in Klamath County Jail will remain there unless California Gov. Jerry Brown signs a warrant or the man signs extradition paperwork. Ed Henline Jr. was arrested last month on conspiracy and accessory to commit a crime dating back to the 1997 disappearance of Hannah Zaccaglini. Until he...
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Snowflake Festival Parade Thursday night

Over 100 floats are expected in this year’s Snowflake Festival Parade, which will go down Main Street ending at Veteran’s Park. The parade starts Thursday night at 7 p.m. Many local businesses on Main Street will be open later for those wanting to holiday shop before the parade begins.
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