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Posted: Saturday, January 5, 2013 12:00 am

Officials at Klamath Community College and Oregon State University are still working on a partnership that could allow students to stay in Klamath Falls and earn a bachelor’s degree in agriculture from OSU.

“The goal is to better serve place-bound students,” Willie Riggs, director of the OSU Klamath Basin Research and Extension Center, said in a press release. “For local students to be able to complete both associate and bachelor degrees right here in Klamath Falls would open a lot of doors for people who otherwise may not have that opportunity.”

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