Top Story

Recent images

More stories

“Handing Down the Reins” is the theme for the 29th annual Horse Packing & Wilderness Skills Clinic set for Friday, May 6, through Sunday, May 8, at the Klamath County Fairgrounds by the High Desert Trail Riders Backcountry Horseman.

Think back on the day you graduated high school. You may not of have known what lies ahead, but the event surely felt like a high point in your life at the time. Be it college, entering the workforce, taking a year off to travel, graduating high school is a watershed mark for most people.

DeMATTEIS — Born to Heidi N. and Michael J. DeMatteis of Klamath Falls, April 14, 2016, a girl, Annalise Alicia DeMatteis, 8 lbs. 14 oz.

The pairs of Ed McClure-Dale Taylor and Neal and Judy Shelton won the first places in the two weekly duplicate bridge games held in Klamath Falls this past week.

As part of the American Society of Civil Engineers, 21 students from Oregon Institute of Technology’s civil engineering program participated in the 2016 ASCE Pacific Northwest Concrete Canoe and Steel Bridge Student Competition at the University of Idaho in early April.

Republican presidential hopeful Gov. John Kasich of Ohio rallied a crowd of 400 tonight in Medford, asking voters to help him win in Oregon on May 17 despite facing long odds against his primary opponents.

Three fourth graders pretended to be teeth and stood side-by-side in front of the class as an Oregon Institute of Technology student used a rope to “floss the teeth” as part of a demonstration on how to floss properly.

A Klamath Falls woman accused of luring a man into a robbery last October has been found guilty by a jury and faces a minimum of 70 months in prison.