There are many options available for the purchase of legal fireworks in the Klamath Basin. Gone are the days with a stand on every corner - However, there are several booths and stands used as fundraisers for civic organizations, sports teams, clubs, and more.Read More
Salem, Ore. – The Oregon Department of Human Services is sending notices by mail to approximately 645,000 clients notifying them that their personal information was compromised during a previously announced January 2019 data breach.Read More
As wildfires become more frequent and intense throughout the West, protecting the communities we serve from this increasing threat, while providing safe, reliable power, is our highest priority. We are building on our work over past years to strengthen our system and implement additional safety measures to reduce wildfire risks.Read More
Passengers are still waiting to get to their destination following getting stuck on a train in Oakridge.
The Amtrak Coast Starlight runs from Seattle to Los Angeles. The train is scheduled to pass through Klamath Falls twice daily. Southbound, in the evening. Northbound, in the morning. Since the severe winter storm hit the Cascades earlier this week, the train has done neither.Read More
SALEM, Ore – Right after a winter storm has passed it’s important for property owners to check if their trees were damaged. Knowing how badly wind, ice or snow has injured a tree can indicate what immediate or long-term steps might be needed.Read More
When roads are closed and your GPS navigation system directs you onto a detour route, keep in mind that the device you count on for guidance could instead guide you into trouble. Most navigation tools don’t take current road or weather conditions into consideration. They may direct you onto remote roads that are neither maintained nor passible in all weather conditions.Read More
Salem, Oregon – The Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services has issued a cease-and-desist order against Helen Kyung Lee and Joany Inc., also known as Impact Health Inc., for forging consumers’ signatures on insurance documents, which violates the Oregon insurance code. The department, through its Division of Financial Regulation, is pursuing fines and seeking to revoke the licenses of Lee and Joany Inc.Read More