Trapping rules face scrutiny

SALEM, Ore. – Conservation and animal protection groups want new restrictions on trappers. That would include warning signs posted next to traps, keeping traps and snares more than 100 feet from trails on public land, and requirement to check traps and snares every 24 hours. The groups have petitioned the Oregon Fish and Wildlife...
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Students have the rest of the month to decide on open enrollment

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Open enrollment started March 1 for students, and those applications are due Sunday April 1. But because of the weekend, the district office will need the paperwork by Friday, March 30. Mazama and Henley high schools both have open houses this week.
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Police look for Two Doors Down robber

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Klamath Falls police are still investigating Friday morning’s robbery at Two Doors Down on south Sixth Street. A man reportedly entered the building, brandished a weapon, and demanded money. He made off with an undisclosed amount of cash. Anyone with information should call the anonymous tip line. 541-883-5334
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Local man arrested after weekend break-in

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – A Klamath Falls man is accused of breaking into a home in the 3400 block of Cannon Avenue Friday night, violating a restraining order and showing a knife. He ran before deputies got there, but Saturday morning residents reported to police that someone had been there again. Corey Raymon Freiberg...
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Bald Eagle is off the endangered list

SALEM, Ore. – The state Fish and Wildlife Service voted unanimously Friday to take the bald eagle off the endangered species list. Populations have been rebounding – from a low of 65 nesting pairs in Oregon in 1978 to 570 nesting pairs in 2010 – and protections are no longer needed. One of the...
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KCC narrows search to two candidates for President

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Klamath Community College has named two finalists as it searches for a new President. Jerome (Jerry) Migler and Roberto Gutierrez were picked from a field of more than 20 applicants. The two candidates will come to Klamath Falls for a series of forums and interviews later this month. Migler is...
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CASA gets donation to help foster children

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – The Pacific Power Foundation presented a $2,000 grant award to CASA yesterday to help train child advocates to foster children. With the grant funding, CASA will be able to continue efforts to find permanent homes for three children in Klamath County. For every $600 received in tax deductible donations, CASA...
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Local man sentenced for domestic violence assault

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – 40-year old Raymond Martin Hole was sentenced this week to 70 months in prison for Assault II, which is related to domestic violence. District Attorney Ed Caleb reports Hole was indicted back in December for assaulting and kidnapping his girlfriend by grabbing her neck and throwing her up against a...
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High schools to host open enrollment open houses

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – March is open enrollment month in Oregon and two local schools have invited you to open houses. Henley and Mazama high schools will have teachers and administrators available to chat with parents. Henley High School will have their open house Tuesday March 13 from 6 to 7pm. Mazama High will...
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Gray wolf continues to wander

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA – The lone gray wolf known as OR 7 is back in California after another brief appearance in Oregon. The wolf spent a good deal of time in Klamath and Lake Counties late last year before crossing the border into California, then circled back this way. But now he’s back in California....
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