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Clogged Pipe Leads to Fish Kill

Roseburg, Ore.– A dead fish got into an intake pipe at Rock Creek Hatchery in Roseburg over the weekend… shutting off waterflow to a raceway and killing 400-thousand spring Chinook pre-smolts. Hatchery officials say the water flow disruption wasn’t enough to set off alarms. Workers at the site realized the problem after about an...
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Two Arrested in Connection with Armed Robbery

Yreka, Calif.– Two people have been arrested after an armed robbery in Siskiyou County. The robbery happened at the Shastina Mini Mart on June 26th. A Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Deputy recognized the suspect’s vehicle yesterday while on patrol— which ended up being a truck stolen out of Idaho. 25-year old Anthony Gerald Parsons from...
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Gardening Summer Camp Registration is Open

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Just because it’s summer, doesn’t mean the kids have to stop learning– but they don’t have to realize that’s what happening. KBREC hosts a kids day camp that will get them out into the garden learning and experiencing the basics of growing. “We have different themes each day, so we’ll learn intro...
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Home Baking Law Opens the Door for Cottage Industries

Lakeview, Ore.– People with a knack for baking and neighbors who want to pay them to do it are getting a boost from the Oregon Legislature with the passage of the Home Baking Bill. In such rural spots as Lake County, allowing people to sell baked goods from their home kitchens comes just in...
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Oregon Guard Troops Return from Afghanistan

Medford, Ore.– Nearly 200 Oregon Army National Guard Soldiers are back home after being deployed to Afghanistan. The troops from the 1st Battalion, 186th Infantry Regiment, 41st Infantry Brigade Combat Team headquartered in Ashland arrived throughout the day yesterday from Fort Hood, Texas where they went through demobilization processing. The companies in the Battalion are...
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Oregon Woman Makes National Guard History

Portland, Ore.–  An Oregon woman is the first in National Guard history to enlist in the US Army as a combat engineer… or a 12-Bravo MOS. 18-year old Mackenzie Clarke is from Damascus and took her enlistment oath Wednesday in Portland at the Military entrance Processing Station. Clarke, who graduated from Clackamas High School, heads to...
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Homeless Outreach Needs Donations

Klamath Falls, Ore.–  Klamath and Lake Community Action Services is gearing up for next month’s Project Family Connect… the event will be at the Klamath County fairgrounds… and is an opportunity for you to learn about resources that are availble to low income families in the Basin… in order to prevent homelesses. Before they...
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Oregon Parents Can Opt-Out of Standardized Testing

Salem, Ore.– Oregon Gov. Kate Brown signed a bill Wednesday that makes it easier for you to allow your kids to opt-out of standardized tests. Federal officials warn that Oregon could lose education funding if too many students opt out. Oregon currently allows parents to opt their children out of standardized tests for religious...
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Oregon House Advances Income Redistribution

Salem, Ore.–  A state House panel has advanced a bill that Republicans are calling an income redistribution scheme. The Democrat-sponsored bill raises taxes on premium cigars… and forces some businesses to pay more than the corporate minimum tax. Some individual taxpayers will also pay more in taxes, and lose a tax credit for buying...
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Unemployment Drops in Lake County, Steady in Klamath

Klamath Falls, Ore.–  Unemployment is holding steady in KIamath County… even with 480 new jobs added during the month of May, which is more than what was expected. 7.4 percent of eligible works in the county are still looking for work. In Lake County… the unemployment rate fell by 3 percentage points from 7.7 in...
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