Science, technology, engineering, art and math: Welcome to STEAM Camp

Science, technology, engineering, art and math: Welcome to STEAM Camp

“Hey dude, I need a marble,” Emmett Samson said as he readied his paper rollercoaster for the ultimate test.

The fourth-grader placed the small ball at the top and let it roll. Not overly pleased with the result, he started to rework his coaster, adjusting the corners and height of the initial drop.

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Snow Days are Work Days for District Maintenance Crew

Snow Days are Work Days for District Maintenance Crew

Snow days for students are an unexpected day off – a reprieve from classes and homework. But snow days for the Klamath County School District maintenance crew are just that – days spent plowing and shoveling the white stuff.

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Fink Player of the Year - Erickson, Hieb and Parnell Receive CCC Honors

Fink Player of the Year - Erickson, Hieb and Parnell Receive CCC Honors

LA GRANDE, Ore. – Oregon Tech's Mitchell Fink, Seth Erickson, Tyler Hieb, and Head Coach Justin Parnell all received Cascade Collegiate Conference (CCC) 2018-19 Men's Basketball honors the Conference office announced today. Fink was named CCC Player of the Year while Erickson was an All-Conference selection. Hieb picked up All-CCC honorable mention and Head Coach Justin Parnell was named CCC Coach of the Year.

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Mazama Wrestling Wins Districts, 18 Local Athletes Qualify for State

Mazama Wrestling Wins Districts, 18 Local Athletes Qualify for State

Three local wrestlers proved to have what it takes to be district champion.

Kyler Pemberton of Mazama became champion winning the 106 lb weight class defeating Gabe Chaves of Hidden Valley 11-3.

Klamath Union’s Isaiah Franco came out on top of the 126 lb weight class by defeating Asa Marwick of Hidden Valley 9-0.

In the 285 lb weight class, Mikey Sierra of Henley had his hand held high after defeating Christopher Woods of Hidden Valley by pinfall, in 1 minute 33 seconds.

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Traditional Klamath, Modoc Songs Subject of Program

Traditional Klamath, Modoc Songs Subject of Program

A program on traditional Klamath and Modoc songs will be presented at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 1, at the Klamath County Museum.

Museum Curator Niles Reynolds will examine samples of Native American music obtained by anthropologists at various points in time. The program is the third in a series of Klamath anthropological presentations by Reynolds at the museum.

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Lightning Fires Continue Cropping up on Modoc NF

Lightning Fires Continue Cropping up on Modoc NF

ALTURAS, Calif.— No lightning has been recorded on the Modoc National Forest in the last couple days, but lighting fires continue to present themselves and fire crews continue to get a handle on them.

Modoc Interagency Communications Center reports 31 active fires with varying levels of containment. Crews called two fires out yesterday and two new fires were discovered yesterday afternoon by the aerial reconnaissance plane.

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Chamber Awards Take Center Stage

Chamber Awards Take Center Stage

The 97th Annual Klamath County Chamber of Commerce Awards Gala was held Saturday night. It is a chance for the Chamber to recognize people and businesses for their innovation, commitments, generosity and overall positive stewardship of the Klamath Basin. 

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Basin Adventures: 7 Family Friendly Indoor Winter Activities [to Avoid the Snow]

Basin Adventures: 7 Family Friendly Indoor Winter Activities [to Avoid the Snow]

The weather guessers are saying that the snow is coming and with the latest satellite imagery, they might be right this time. So what better way to enjoy family time than to spend it inside where it is warm and watch the snow fall. In partnership with the Klamath Falls KOA here are 7 Family Friendly Indoor Winter Activities you can do here in the Klamath Basin and avoid getting cold in the Snow. (no particular order).

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Oregon Tech to Host 9th Annual Pinkout this Saturday

Oregon Tech to Host 9th Annual Pinkout this Saturday

Oregon Tech (13-8, 6-5 CCC) cut Northwest Christians 15-point lead down to just one point in the fourth quarter but NCU controlled the fourth quarter and held on for the 69-59 win at the Morse Event Center Saturday night.

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