Lake County looks to boost internet capacity for Paisley Library

LAKE COUNTY, Ore. — Some parts of Lake County have such poor internet service that county officials want to do something about it. Capacity issues are hampering CenturyLink Internet access in the City of Paisley specifically at the the library where the library’s Internet service through CenturyLink went down in the past month and...
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New records set for cold temps in Klamath Basin area

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — The basin has set a record for low temps this weekend. After the storm cleared several locations set new records like in Lakeview where the mercury dropped to -27 degrees below zero, setting a new all-time record for that location. The previous record was -22 degrees below zero set set...
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Governor Kitzhaber will make announcement today on run for governor

PORTLAND, Ore, –Gov. Kitzhaber is ready to announce whether or not he’s running for a fourth term. He’s holding a news conference in Portland this morning to talk about his plans for the coming year, and he’ll also talk about his progress in the areas of economic development, education and health care.
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Lakeview receives funds for road repairs

LAKEVIEW, Ore. — The town of Lakeview has received grant funds that were awarded in July for road repairs. The Town Council received a letter of notification in the amount of $50,000, will go to fixing a stretch of South M Street around a mile long. The last time that stretch of M Street...
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Snowflake Parade and Mile takes over downtown Klamath Falls

The Christmas spirit was in full force in downtown Klamath Falls last night for the Snowflake Parade and Snowflake Mile. Runners started the night off in the basin with the mile that went by in a flash. And then the parade kicked off with floats, marching bands, and the Purple Tractor. There are more...
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ODOT has driving tips for winter conditions

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — ODOT has a reminder for drivers now that most of the roads in the basin are experiencing ice and snow. Drivers need to pay attention to weather and road forecasts and plan transportation alternatives until conditions improve. If you have to drive on snowy or icy roads, use chains, winter...
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Tehama County Board of Supervisors decide to put the State of Jefferson question on the June 2014 ballot

TEHEMA COOUNTY, Ca. –The Tehama County Board of Supervisors have decided by a vote of 4-1 to put the State of Jefferson question on the June 2014 ballot. The cost of putting the measure on the ballot will be a little more than $12,000, and they believe it will be a cost-effective means of...
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Klamath Community College adds their first-ever Executive Director of Klamath Community College Foundation

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Klamath Community College has added their first-ever Executive Director of the Klamath Community College Foundation. Dr. Steven Meneses will work with the Foundation’s Board of Directors to increase charitable giving for the foundation and build an alumni network. The KCC Foundation supports the mission of Klamath Community College by raising...
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Dennis Linthicum seeing positive response in his run for Congress

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. –Dennis Linthicum has been hard at work on the campaign trail, as his campaign for Congress is in full swing here in Oregon. Linthicum says that so far he’s seeing a favorable response to his run. Linthicum recently posted several reasons why he believes he’s a better candidate then his opponent...
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Lawmakers sign agreement for sharing water in the Upper Klamath Basin

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Gov. Kitzhaber and representatives of the Obama administration have signed an agreement for sharing water in the Upper Klamath Basin. The governor and U.S. Bureau of Reclamation Commissioner joined ranchers and the Klamath Tribes in endorsing key elements of future legislation to reduce the likelihood of shutting off irrigation to...
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