An art exhibit titled “Variety in Art” is on display through the end of February in the Klamath County Museum’s Modoc Gallery. Paintings by a group of local adult art students are featured in the exhibition. An opening reception for the exhibit will run from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 19, in the museum at 1451 Main St.Read More
Highlights from this week’s Recreation Report include: 2019 Trout stocking schedule, Hunters have until April 15 to report 2018 hunts, Best best for weekend fishing, Spring bear tags, Buy your 2019 license.Read More
On August 2, 2018, Klamath Falls Police Department arrived at 465 Adams Street to a complaint that Brian Leroy Ross was threatening to blow up the neighborhood. Ross was agitated with individuals living on his property whom would not leave per his directive.Read More
Rep. E. Werner Reschke (R-Klamath Falls), announced his agenda for 2019 Legislative Session after Swearing-in at opening ceremonies on the Oregon House Chamber Floor. "My goals are clear and simple, to represent the needs of this district and look for opportunities to expand Liberty to all Oregonians,” said Rep. Reschke.Read More
Washington D.C. - Consistent with his voting record on border security measures, Representative Greg Walden (R-Hood River) today voted against a Democratic short-term funding bill that lacked adequate resources to secure America’s borders and address illegal immigration.Read More
New media class produces annual yearbook and a new quarterly magazine
Why will Henley High School teacher and coach Shannon Carlson never again wear her pair of golden stiletto heels? Which 1960 Henley graduate was an Air Force pararescueman who jumped from a plane to retrieve the Gemini III space capsule and pick up its astronauts after it landed in the Atlantic? Who was the first female student to receive a letter for a varsity sport at Henley High School?
The answers to these questions and more can be found in articles in the first edition of Henley High School’s “The Blue and Gold,” a 20-page, glossy magazine featuring students and alumni. The magazine, the first of what will be a quarterly publication, was written, designed and published by the school’s new media class.Read More
“Mindfulness Through Cancer,” an eight-week course designed to help cancer patients during treatment and after treatment, begins at 5 p.m. January 21 at the Sky Lakes Community Health Education Center, 2200 N. Eldorado Blvd.Read More
The Klamath Falls City Schools is nearing the completion of a campaign to purchase new marching band uniforms for Klamath Union High School. The present uniforms are many years old and needing to be replaced. These uniforms are expensive and will cost approximately $53,000.Read More
SALEM, Ore.—The Department of Revenue is encouraging taxpayers to start the new year with a paycheck checkup to ensure they’re withholding enough from their wages this year. Not withholding appropriately in 2019 could lead to an unexpected tax bill in 2020.Read More
As a result of the partial federal government shutdown, the U.S Department of Agriculture has asked states to provide early issuance of February benefits for those who rely on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) for food security.Read More
Salem, Ore. – Marissa McGinnis had a different reaction when she realized she won $10,000 playing an Oregon Lottery Scratch-it.
“It was really weird,” she said. “I have never won anything like that in my life. I kept asking if they were sure it was a winner.”Read More
Salem, Ore. – Today, Oregon’s legislators return to Salem to prepare for the 2019 session. In their email inboxes, they will find Oregonians have already begun to react to proposed firearms-related bills. House Republican Leader Carl Wilson minced no words after review of SB 501.Read More
The Oregon Institute of Technology, “Oregon Tech,” and Klamath Union High School (KU) Liberal Arts and Math & Science Academies were in the spotlight in November as leaders from the two schools presented at a national conference in San Antonio, Texas.Read More
Klamath County, Ore. — Eagle Ridge High School in Klamath Falls and Sage Community School in Chiloquin announced today that they will celebrate their schools’ students, teachers, and staff during National School Choice Week 2019, which will be held from January 20-26, 2019.Read More
Giving back at the Klamath Animal Shelter. Attending leadership conferences. Helping Klamath Hospice. Collecting food for the food bank. Raising money for their Sparrow.
These are just some of the projects Mazama High School’s leadership class has undertaken since the beginning of the school year. Four members of its leadership team gave a presentation to the Klamath County School Board Thursday night, talking about and providing snapshots of some of their community service projects. Overall, about 40 students participate in the school’s leadership program.Read More
The moon will turn red over the United States on Sunday night during the last total lunar eclipse of the decade.
A total lunar eclipse occurs during a full moon when the moon passes directly through the Earth’s shadow, causing it to turn rusty orange or dark red in color.Read More