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Klamath Falls City Council Considers

Klamath Falls, Ore.– The Klamath Falls City Council meets tonight and is expected to consider taking a position on the Klamath Basin Water and Recovery Act in its changed form after moving out of a legislative committee in Washington DC. Council is also expected to approve a 5-year franchise agreement with Pacific Power. The...
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Sunday Night Fire Destroys Shed

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Investigators are looking into the cause of a shed fire. The fire in the 26-hundred block of Altamont was reported at about 8:45 last night. The fire destroyed a detached structure behind a home at the intersection with Cannon Ave. Crews fought to keep the blaze from spreading to the home...
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Thanksgiving Day Temps Hit Record High

Klamath Falls, Ore.– If daytime temperatures seemed unusually warm on Thanksgiving day… it wasn’t your imagination. Klamath Falls registered a record high for that day of 59 degrees. The previous of 57 was set in 2011.
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WILD Lures Hikers to the PCT

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Pacific Crest Trail enthusiasts are gearing for a potential surge of wanna-be hikers hitting the trail that runs through Oregon this summer, thanks to a movie based on the trail that came out Friday. Wild is the true story of a Midwest woman who hikes the PCT. The main character is...
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Three Injured in Highway 97 Collision

Klamath Falls, Ore.– A Klamath Falls man was life-flighted to Sky Lakes medical center after a head-on collision with a semi truck on Highway 97 at around 6:00 last night. Officer Kyson Culp with the Oregon State Police says the man was headed southbound on 97 near Collier State Park and swerved into the...
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Klamath County High School History at the Museum

Klamath Falls, Ore.– If you’re looking for something to do on Friday that isn’t considered a blood sport… the Klamath County Museum is offering a program on the history of Klamath County High School. Museum Manager Todd Kepple says the idea for the program came from scanning a year book from 1925. The program...
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Tree Permits Available in Klamath National Forest

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Christmas Tree permits are now available in the Klamath National Forest. You can get a permit for ten dollars to harvest one tree. Pick those up at the forestry office on South Main Street in Yreka, or the Goosenest Ranger District Office on Highway 97 in Macdoel during regular business hours.
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Donations Needed for Tree-Lighting

Klamath Falls, Ore.– The Snowflake Festival Christmas tree lighting ceremony is scheduled for next Monday at 5:30 at Veteran’s Memorial Park in Klamath Falls. Rumor has it this year’s tree lighting will be spectacular, with thousands of new LED lights decorating the tree. The American Legion is collecting donations to help off-set the cost...
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Slight Decrease in KCC Enrollment

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Klamath Community College saw a four-percent drop in enrollment this fall when compared to the number of students that were enrolled last fall. But last year the school saw a 17-percent increase in enrollment, the most significant one-year jump.
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Body Found in Siskiyou County

Klamath Falls, Ore.– One man was found dead under the Kelsey Creek Bridge near Fort Jones yesterday afternoon. According to a police report, an autopsey will be performed today to determine a cause of death. The Siskiyou County Sheriff’s office is asking that anyone with information about the man’s death contact their detectives.
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