‘When Timber Was King’ theme of program

‘When Timber Was King’ theme of program

“When Timber Was King,” is the title of a program to be presented Thursday, May 23, at the Klamath County Museum. The program is cosponsored by Shaw Historical Library and the Klamath County Historical Society. It begins at 7 p.m. in the Museum’s back meeting room, 1451 Main St. Admission is free.

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Spring Carnival Returns

Spring Carnival Returns

The Spring Carnival returns to Klamath Falls Thursday, May 30 through Sunday, June 2 at the Klamath County Fairgrounds. For 4-days only, Davis Shows Northwest, will offer your favorite rides for your enjoyment. The Orbiter, Zipper, Vertigo, Zendar, Starship 2000, Sizzler, Spider, and the Merry-go-round are just a few of the rides planned to be at the Spring Carnival.

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Winter Weather Advisory issued due to cold spring storm

Winter Weather Advisory issued due to cold spring storm

Those planning on traveling to the mountains late Monday or early Tuesday should expect some snowfall that will reduce visibility and could impact roadways at times. Generally 1 to 3 inches of snow is expected at elevations above 5500 feet and this includes portions of the Cascades, Siskiyous, and Warner Mountains. Snow is expected Monday and Tuesday afternoons as well but impacts are not expected to be as significant due to the late May sun angle and warm road temperatures.

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Iron Owl Challenge pushes teams to their physical and mental limits

Iron Owl Challenge pushes teams to their physical and mental limits

Five teams from the US Naval Academy, US Airforce Academy, University of Washington Navy ROTC, Oregon State University Navy ROTC, and Oregon Tech, came together this weekend for both physical and mental challenges inspired by military special ops training situations at the 9th annual Iron Owl Challenge.

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Several hundred gather to celebrate migratory birds

Several hundred gather to celebrate migratory birds

Despite the wind and chilly spring day, hundreds turned out in Veteran’s Park in Klamath Falls for the annual celebration of migratory birds. Participants from Klamath Bird Observatory, Badger Run, US Fish and Wildlife, Klamath Wingwatchers, and several more helped educate children of all ages and celebrate birds and their habitats.

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Photo Story: Klamath goes to the dogs

Photo Story: Klamath goes to the dogs

For the last two weekends, the Klamath County Event Center has been taken over by dogs both in show and in sport. Last weekend, the Klamath Dog Fanciers held their prestigious annual dog show, this weekend the group hosted the exciting agility trials.

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Klamath Heritage: Feeding Bears at Crater Lake

Klamath Heritage: Feeding Bears at Crater Lake

Feeding black bears was a popular activity at Crater Lake National Park – and numerous other parks around the country – in the early 1900s. Our Photo of the Week for May 19, 2019, is an undated image showing a man feeding four bears at Crater Lake. The photo appears to have been taken in the 1920s.

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Pacific Power President/CEO to be keynote speaker at OIT Commencement

Pacific Power President/CEO to be keynote speaker at OIT Commencement

On June 16, 2019, Oregon Institute of Technology, “Oregon Tech,” will hold its 71st annual commencement ceremony in Klamath Falls at Oregon Tech’s John F. Moehl Stadium. President and CEO of Pacific Power, Stefan Bird, will deliver the keynote address, as nearly 800 students and their families celebrate graduation from the university.

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Kaylee’s Law Passes Oregon House

Kaylee’s Law Passes Oregon House

Salem, Ore – Today, the Oregon House of Representatives passed Senate Bill 576, otherwise known as Kaylee’s Law.  Named for the young woman from Bend, OR who was assaulted and murdered in July of 2016 by a Central Oregon Community College campus security officer, Kaylee’s Law clearly defines how campus security officers may appear so that they are not confused for official police officers. 

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Giving Back: Bonanza students donate time to help community

Giving Back: Bonanza students donate time to help community

BONANZA – More than 200 Bonanza Junior-Senior High School students and staff spent Thursday giving back to their community, cleaning up Big Springs Park, organizing books at the Bonanza Public Library and helping elderly residents with yardwork. They also cleaned up and beautified the grounds around their school.

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Cy Phillips, citizen scientist

Cy Phillips, citizen scientist

Driving south along Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway on the western edge of Tule Lake National Wildlife Refuge, 77-year-old Cy Phillips scans the landscape on a cold, cloudy March morning. He is looking for an old oak tree blown down during a recent storm.

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Native plant sale offered at Klamath County Museum

Native plant sale offered at Klamath County Museum

Klamath Falls, Ore. – A variety of nursery-grown plants will be available on a first-come, first-served basis during a native plant sale being held at the Klamath County Museum, Saturday May 18, starting at 9:00 AM

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STI’s are a public health threat

STI’s are a public health threat

It can be an uncomfortable conversation, but overall health can only be assured when testing is done on specific elements of wellness. Klamath County Public Health (KCPH) encourages routine screenings such as mammograms and colonoscopies, but the sexually active should also get themselves tested. 

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Season 4, Episode 4 - Ben DuVal & Paul Simmons

Season 4, Episode 4 - Ben DuVal & Paul Simmons

Paul Simmons and Ben DuVal of the Klamath Water Users Association are our guests on Season 4, Episode 4 of Ask Klamath. In this episode of Ask Klamath we discuss the current status of irrigation water in the Klamath Basin, future projects of the KWUA and take your questions live.

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