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Highway 230/West Diamond Lake Hwy Closed Thru Early Afternoon Today June 30th

Diamond Lake, Ore. – ** Updated 11:30am ** At 11:19am today, Friday June 30th the Oregon Department of Transportation announced that Hwy 230/West Diamond Lake Hwy will remain closed at least thru early this afternoon. Oregon State Patrol are on scene for an extensive crash investigation after 3 vehicles were involved in a serious crash...
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Kingsley Field To Host Sentry Eagle Combat Exercise Open House In July

Kingsley Field, Ore. – Saturday July 22nd, Kingsley Field will host the 16th Sentry Eagle air-to-air combat exercise and open house. (scroll down for full schedule) You’ll be able to enjoy a wide variety of fighter aircraft, military operations and other displays from 9am-3pm and admission is free. Sentry Eagle, one of the Air...
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Seth Cunningham Sentenced To Life On Each Charge

Klamath Falls, Ore. – Eve Costello, Klamath County DA has just released a statement on the sentencing of Klamath Falls resident, Seth Cunningham: On November 13, 2014 Mr. Cunningham shot and killed Mr. Tyler Nelson while Mr. Nelson was walking down the O C & E trail. Mr. Cunningham told a companion immediately prior...
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Ordnance To Be Detonated Today At Kingsley Field

Kingsley Field, Ore. – Members of the 9th Civil Engineer Squadron Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Flight will conduct a controlled detonation today at between 11am – 12:30pm at Kingsley Field. The EOD flight responded to a jammed gun on a United States F-15 Eagle aircraft that occurred Wednesday during a routine training flight. The team took control...
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Farmers Market Saturday In Downtown Klamath Falls

Klamath Falls, Ore - This Saturday and every Saturday until mid October is the Klamath Falls Farmers Market. You’ll find local produce, honey, pastries, pretzels, all kinds of bread, plus music, artisans and kids crafts each weekend.   Doreen Chase with the Market said they’ll usually have a food truck every Saturday for you to...
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It May Be Summer But The Learning Continues At Some KCSD Schools

Klamath Falls, Ore. – Just because summer started it doesn’t mean the learning stopped. Several summer camps and summer schools are taking place at Klamath County School District schools throughout the summer break. Summer camps started as soon as school ended, with a one-day Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math (STEAM) Camp for 44...
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Recent Klamath County Sweep Nabs 27 Sex Offenders And Contacts Over 300

Klamath Falls, Ore. - Our Basin law enforcement has been extra busy this week keeping us safe. On Monday June 26th, the Oregon State Police (OSP) partnered with the U.S. Marshals Service, Klamath Falls Police Department (KFPD), Klamath County Sheriff’s Office (KCSO), Klamath County Parole & Probation and the Klamath County District Attorney’s Office as...
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$30-Thousand Dollars Of CHA-CHA-CHA-CHAnges At Mills-Kiwanis Park

Klamath Falls, Ore. – Mills-Kiwanis Park received a check today for $30-thousand dollars towards renovations courtesy of Cascade Comprehensive Care, Cascade Health Alliance (CHA). Thursday June 29th there was a big kick off/celebration which featured Klamath Falls City Mayor Carol Westfall, City Councilman Matt Dodson, a whole army of CHA volunteers, and their fearless...
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An Update On The Klamath Basin Wildfires

Bly, Ore. – **Updated Thursday June 29th 10am PST** As of Thursday June 29th at 10am, the Medicine 2 Fire is 97% contained, remaining at 4.8 acres. The Mill Creek Fire is 64 acres, with 75% containment. Today, firefighters continue their mop up actions and will work to address any heat within the interior...
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Oregon Governor Brown Signs Bill To Allow Nurse Practitioners To Do Vasectomies

Salem, Ore. – Governor Kate Brown has signed House Bill 2103 into law to expand Oregonians’ access to reproductive health care services and allow qualified nurse practitioners to perform vasectomies. Currently, patients in Oregon can wait as long as three months for a vasectomy. Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) Rachel Prusak says that “While many...
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