At this year’s Rural Business and Innovation Summit, Jen McFarland, CEO of Women Conquer Business, will deliver practical digital marketing tips for rural businesses. She will cover email, social media, email marketing, website, and funnels. The Rural Business and Innovation Summit will be held September 12th at Klamath Community College in Klamath Falls and is the premiere conference for rural business owners, entrepreneurs, and community leaders.Read More
Coach Alex Stork and his Henley Hornets football teams of Freshmen, Junior Varsity and Varsity players volunteered time to clean up at the 5-acre Richmond Little League Park in Mills Addition this morning.Read More
The Klamath County Chamber of Commerce has revamped Leadership Klamath for the upcoming class. Experience the brand-new topic of Small Business & Entrepreneurship.
During this topic, students will hear from a Klamath Falls small business owner and entrepreneur to learn from their expertise. Along with this, students will get an in-depth look into the struggles and profit hacks within the small business world in Klamath.Read More
Klamath Falls, Ore. — Whether a city slicker or buckaroo, you’re in for a fun-filled evening of country Western comedy, dinner, and auctions at the Klamath Community College “Hay Klamath! KCC Scholarship Round-up.”Read More
Crater Lake, OR – Saturday, August 10, 2019, is the 43rd Annual Crater Lake Rim Run. This is not a park sponsored event, but each year it is conducted under the guidelines of a special-use park permit. The following information will assist visitors who plan to be in the park before the event on Friday evening, August 9th, and on the day of the run.Read More
As the house lights fell and the spot light danced across the curtain, a hand crept out from beneath. The audience roared as the hand made it’s way up the curtain. The Addam’s Family had arrived! AND “Thing” well, he was just the beginning.Read More
The final day of the Klamath County Fair is home to the Rotary Livestock Auction, the true purpose of the fair. For most 4-H and FFA youngsters, a year of raising livestock culminates at the fair with the sale of their animal inside auction ring.Read More
Lakeview, Ore. – The Fremont-Winema National Forest, in cooperation with local, state and federal partners, will be celebrating Smokey Bear’s 75th birthday with parties in Lakeview and Klamath Falls.Read More
Registrations are still being taken for the “DRK Community 5K” walk-run to benefit the David R. Kingsley Foundation.
The first-ever event jointly hosted by Sky Lakes and Kingsley Field will be Saturday, August 10, at Steen Sports Park, 4500 Foothills Blvd. Start times for the family-friendly event begin at 9 a.m. and are staggered to accommodate runners and joggers, walkers, and participants with small children. Zoomba begins at 8:30 a.m. to help get you warmed up, and there will be a “bounce house” for children.Read More
Considered one of the most successful independent filmmakers of all time, James Ivory grew up in Klamath Falls, graduated Klamath Union and has gone on to make dozens of films over a 50 year career which have been nominated for dozens of Oscars. Last year Mr. Ivory became the eldest filmmaker to win an Oscar for his "Call Me By Your Name" screenplay, which he presented at a special Klamath Film event last Fall.Read More
County music legends, Lonestar arrived in Klamath Falls after leaving Whitefish, Montana the night before. 14-hours in a bus did not hinder the legendary group as they rocked the Klamath County Event Center like no performer has ever done before.Read More
Day number two of the Klamath County Fair has come and gone with a tremendous turnout, exciting experiences, and fantastic family fun. Families and individuals alike cruised through the fairgrounds soaking up the joy and adventure the fair has to offer.Read More
The first day of the Klamath County Fair did not disappoint. The entertainment was strong, food was excellent, vendors were friendly and outgoing. But most importantly, 4-H and FFA Members began showing their animals - poultry, dairy, meat & pygmy goats, sheep, dairy cattle, and beef.Read More
There is a “One of a kind” livestock show happening next week. While the week will be busy with fair and many local kids participating in showing their 4-H & FFA projects, the focus of the Alternative Stock Show Classic (ASSOC) will be on a different type of “showman.”Read More
The Ross Ragland Theater Guild are those men and women you see taking tickets, handing out playbills, ushering and running concessions (plus many behind the scenes functions you may not even know about!). They’re always dressed in black and white and a smile. Their hundreds of volunteer hours are literally what keep the RRT running smoothly and they are currently seeking members!Read More
Kingsley Field personnel and Sky Lakes staff have partnered to host the first-ever "DRK Community 5K" walk-run to benefit the David R. Kingsley Foundation.
The David R. Kingsley Foundation is a non-profit organization that provides financial assistance to both Kingsley Field members and Klamath County citizens who have fallen on hard times because of job loss, medical expenses, disasters, and the like.Read More
A walking tour of Linkville Cemetery will be offered at 6 p.m. Sunday, July 21, by the Klamath County Historical Society. Society members will discuss about a dozen early-day residents of Klamath County who are buried in the cemetery.Read More