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Dodson chosen new council president

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — The Klamath Falls City Council chose Matt Dodson as its new council president in its meeting Monday night. Councilperson Trish Seiler Dodson replaced Greg Taylor on the council last year after Taylor resigned following his May arrest on charges of first degree sexual abuse from an alleged incident in Corvallis....
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Final KCSD bond input session is Tuesday

The final input session on a nearly $30 million bond proposal for the Klamath County School District takes place at 7 p.m. Tuesday night at Peterson Elementary. Klamath County School District Superintendent Greg Thede Tuesday night’s session is the third of three to gather public input on what will be the final proposal. The...
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Klamath National Forest hosts job fair

A job fair is set for this weekend for work in the Klamath National Forest. The fair will be held Saturday at the forest’s headquarters in Yreka starting at 9 a.m. Positions include fire apprenticeships and seasonal positions in fire fighting and other resource areas. Staff will be on-hand to discuss the online application...
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Washington man arrested for drugs in Klamath County

KLAMATH COUNTY, Ore. — A 57-year-old man from Washington was arrested this weekend on drug charges. Clyde Levon Henderson is charged with two counts of unlawful manufacture of methamphetamine and two counts of unlawful possession. He was released on his own recognizance. 26-year-old Crystal McDermott of Klamath Falls was arrested on two counts of...
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Grants Pass man dies after one-vehicle rollover

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — One man is dead following a single-vehicle crash west of Grants Pass. 36-year-old John Noveske died Friday evening after he failed to negotiate a curve, struck two large boulders and rolled in his SUV. The incident occurred on Highway 260 west of Grants Pass. Noveske was the owner of a...
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Kinglsey Field night flying set for next week

Night flying operations begin again next week for the 173rd Fighter Wing at Kingsley Field. The exercise is a critical skill for F-15 student pilots and is part of their course curriculum. Most of the training will occur in the military operating airspace to the east of Lakeview where pilots can fly without lights....
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Boy Scouts offering free tree removal through Saturday

Christmas tree pickup is available free-of-charge through Saturday thanks to Boy Scout Troop 71. It is the ninth straight year the troop has offered free haul away of trees, although a $5 donation is requested. The troop uses the funds for events during the year. To schedule a tree removal through the troop, call...
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Touch-and-go landing attempted at Chiloquin Airport

CHILOQUIN, Ore. — Two people were uninjured Tuesday afternoon when their plane received minor damage attempting a touch-and-go landing on the snow-covered Chiloquin Airport runway. A Cessna 182 attempted a touch-and-go landing at Chiloquin Airport Tuesday afternoon on the runway which was closed due to about 18 inches of piled up snow, according to...
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Police seek help in Klamath Falls jewelry theft

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Klamath Falls Police are seeking the public’s help with a theft at Main Street Jewelry this weekend. About 8 p.m. Sunday night, the suspect forced his way into the building on Main Street and took a substantial amount of fine jewelry. He’s described as a white male and young. NBC-2...
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OSP makes New Year’s Day arrests for DUII

SALEM, Ore. — Klamath Falls-based officers made two DUII arrests during the Oregon State Police’s increased enforcement efforts for New Year’s Eve. Both Klamath Falls Area Command Office arrests came after midnight and were part of the 39 total DUII arrests throughout the state during the period. 26 arrests occurred between midnight and 6...
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