After winning its first Skyline conference game of the season Friday, Mazama girls basketball dropped a seven-point loss Tuesday to start the conference season 1-1.
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As a young girl growing up in Canada, Rosemary Mosco loved reading the comic strips in the newspaper. She also thrived – and still thrives – on being outdoors. She loved to laugh, but as she grew older Mosco also realized the newspaper cartoons could be more than funny.
The annual “Celebration of Birds” exhibit will be held starting with a public reception in Klamath Art Association Gallery from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday and continue through the month, according to a news release.