United Way Celebrates Annual Campaign Achievements

The United Way says they hit 94 percent this year’s campaign goal with $510,170. Fundraising Campaign Awards were given to United Parcel Service, Sky Lakes Medical Center, The Klamath County Senior Citizens’ Center, Lithia Klamath Falls Auto Center, and Klamath County Commissioners who saw a 100 percent increase in their giving.  A moment of...
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Not Guilty Plea in Fatal KF Accident

A Chiloquin man has pleaded not guilty for a fatal accident that killed a Klamath Falls woman in November. Austin Haynes pleaded not guilty to charges of manslaughter, DUII, reckless driving and reckless endangering for the November 10th wreck on Hwy 97 at Milepost 256 that killed Terry Kirwan. The driver of car Kirwan...
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Oregon Century Farm & Ranch Program Now Accepting Applications

Share Your Family’s Story Oregon Century Farm & Ranch Program Seeking Applications for 2018 Century and Sesquicentennial Awards  Applications are now being accepted for the 2018 award year for the Oregon Century Farm & Ranch Program. The application deadline is May 1, 2018. Families throughout Oregon who have continuously farmed portions of their family acreage for...
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KCC Transfer Days: Preparing Students for Next Steps

Representatives from several Oregon universities will be at Klamath Community College next week to help students prepare for the next step in their college careers.KCC students at all program levels are encouraged to attend Transfer Days, a fun, informative event aimed at providing guidance for community college students considering four-year degree opportunities. “I encourage...
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Dollar General Grand Opening Saturday

Dollar General’s newest store at 1008 Chiloquin Blvd in Chiloquin is now open!  In its new location, Dollar General will offer area residents a convenient new place to shop for everyday essentials at low prices.   Dollar General will celebrate the store’s official grand opening on Saturday, January 27 at 8 a.m. with free prizes and special deals. ...
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KF Working to Find Owners of Old Railroad Rights-of-Way

Along Lake Ewauna and near the Spring Street industrial area, there area number of old railroad rights-of-way. In an effort to help develop these properties, the City is working with a title company to determine who owns these rights-of-way and have any been abandoned or could any be considered abandoned. Although the City has a great...
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Peterson Dedicates Gym to Former Student

Play with the heart of a five year old. These words will live on in thePeterson Elementary gym, remembering a kindergarten student who passed away in 2015.On Jan. 9, Peterson Elementary remembered Louden Miranda by unveiling a plaque with the boy’s smiling face and the phrase reminding everyone to play with the heart of a child. The school held a special assembly to...
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Modoc Officials Seek Missing Man

Modoc County officials are asking your help in finding a missing man. 44-year-old Konrad Charles Reichenberger was last seen at his Alturas-area home on January 13. A friend reported him missing on January 16. Reichenberger is white man, 6’2” tall, weighing 200 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. Anyone with information about his...
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Search Suspended For Man Swept Out to Sea

The Coast Guard has suspended the search for a man swept out to sea Thursday morning near Depoe Bay. Massive waves were reported all up and down the coast as winds and high seas came on top of astronomical high tides. Witnesses say the 46-year-old man who was living in Newport had gone over...
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November Hit and Run Suspect Dies

A Klamath Falls man facing charges for a November hit-and-run accident has died. Officials have not revealed how Rowdy Winterhawk Decker died but it happened earlier this month.  He was arrested in November for a crash in White City in which police say he ran a stop sign and hit a pickup carrying two...
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