KLAMATH FALLS – Klamath Community College is pleased to announce the college’s new dean of instruction, Dr. Michael Flores.Read More
A model railroad show at the Klamath County Museum ends Saturday, July 21.
The model train display is presented by the Klamath Rails model railroad club. Hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. through Saturday.Read More
Work is nearing completion on the new classroom building at Peterson Elementary School. On Friday, Klamath County School District electricians spent the day installing lights in the new structure, which features six 980-square-foot classrooms and two restrooms.Read More
The Klamath Tribes Youth Council helped make history this year at the 42nd Annual 2018 United National Indian Tribal Youth (UNITY) Conference [July 5-9, 2018] by joining a record breaking 2,300+ youth attendees from across Indian Country.Read More
The Klamath County Museum offers several opportunities to explore and learn this weekend: Wildflower walk, New exhibits in the Modoc Gallery, Astronomy event for star and planet gazing, and a Main Street history tour.Read More
For the fourth year in a row, the Klamath County School District has received a Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting from the Government Finance Officers Association of the U.S. and Canada for its Comprehensive Annual Financial Report.Read More
KCSD migrant summer school triples enrollment over three years; kids get jump start on fall
Brian Leon knows why he attends migrant summer school. And it’s not just to hang out with his friends. “I go because I want to learn and I need help, mostly with reading,” he says.Read More
Klamath Works, Falcon Heights Academy partner in new class This month, Trinity Rosas, 17, started a new job with Integral Youth Services. She’s the only girl on the four-person crew tasked with cleaning up Klamath Falls.Read More
The Klamath County Museum is offering several events this week for adventure in the Klamath Basin. Starting with the Trees to Know Walk on June 28, Auto Tour of Walker Rim on June 30, and an Architecture Tour of the Baldwin Hotel Museum on June 30.Read More
At this year’s Rural Business and Innovation Summit, Don Macke with the National Center for Rural Entrepreneurship will address how rural communities can grow a stronger economy and community (and keep/attract young people) through entrepreneurship. The Rural Business and Innovation Summit will be held September 13th at Klamath Community College in Klamath Falls and is the premiere conference for rural business owners, entrepreneurs, and community leaders.Read More
At an annual event created to honor graduating students who participated in the university’s TRiO Student Support Services - Tech Opportunities Program (TOP), graduates along with their families, friends, faculty, staff and mentors gathered to recognize their academic success. Their perseverance, dedication and often nontraditional paths that led them to graduation were celebrated during the event held on Friday, June 15th.Read More
As soon as school is out for the summer, it’s time for the Klamath County School District to get to work on large improvement projects for KCSD buildings. This summer the district has construction projects at 10 of its schools throughout the district.Read More
Throughout February, March, April and May, Superintendent Greg Thede went on a Farewell Tour. He visited Klamath County schools to say goodbye and thank you as he neared the finish line of a 42-year career in education.Read More
High school students gave 525 hours helping at the Friends of the Children annual Friend Raiser fundraiser in May.
More than 600 community guests attended the event that raised about 30 percent of the annual operating budget for the mentoring program. Friends of the Children provides intentional oneon-one support for program youth from a salaried, professional mentor, from
kindergarten through high school graduation – 12 ½ years, no matter what.
The communities of Merrill, Malin and southern Klamath County have a dream of a place everyone can gather to be together; where they can play sports, host events, meet as clubs and organizations and sit down to have a meal. This place will be the Lost River Community Center.Read More
The Klamath County Museum is offering several events this week for adventure in the Klamath Basin. Starting with the Pollinator Celebration on June 22nd and continuing with a wildflower walk, backroom tour, and an astronomy event on June 23rd. On June 24th the Museum is offering a living history tour of the Bonanza Cemetery.Read More
Students in the Dental Hygiene program have helped their community both in and out of their classrooms and labs by providing over $18,000 in dental services in Klamath County through the Community Dental Health course, which all sophomores and juniors take for 4 terms. This year students also held special clinics to reach out to the community, including providing free care for more than 60 veterans and active service members, with a total value of more than $19,000.Read More