Senate legislation can reduce opioid addition, overdoses
Reducing our consumption includes renting the things we need instead of buying them. Whether you have a one-time project to complete, or don’t have the space to store the tools you need, you can benefit yourself and the environment by renting tools at the Klamath Tool Library.
Two days of food and activities await at the annual Bonanza Extravaganza, July 31 – Aug. 1, at Big Springs Park.
Mimicking some of the greatest hits of the 1960s and 70s, iconic classic rock band Creedence Clearwater Revival will get the tribute treatment when a collective of musicians led by guitar virtuoso Randy Linder will perform at the Ross Ragland on Sunday, Aug. 1 under the moniker Creedence Rev…
Following a year’s absence, the annual Tulelake Shindig Street Fair and Bazaar will return in August at Otis Roper Park, according to a news release.
Missed the six-hours of main stage music at the Klamath Folk Festival, or simply want to relive the fun? The Klamath Folk Alliance and Ross Ragland Theater have it covered, now offering for a limited time the complete six-hour main stage concert on-demand for a limited time.
Country, 90’s alternative, crashing cars and more await visitors to the 2021 Klamath County Fair, taking place Aug. 5-8 at the Klamath County Fairgrounds, themed as “Dare to Fair.”
Klamath Symphony Orchestra will offer a free summertime concert on Sunday, Aug. 29 at 5:30 p.m., according to a Klamath Symphony news release.
Six Olympic medals and 25 more from world gymnastics championships is more than enough proof that Simone Biles is a young woman who knows how to withstand pressure and perform with the world watching. But something happened at the Olympics in Tokyo, not to her body but to her mind, the well-…
The world is in a race against time to slow the warming of the planet before climate change does irrevocable damage to the nearly 8 billion people who call it home — and America is behind. An idea that has been floating around Congress for years, but with much greater urgency and bipartisan …
Sonic boom could help put out forest fires
The American Problem is writ large in the small print of the latest Gallup poll:
A federal judge has ruled that Indiana University has every right to require coronavirus vaccinations before students may return to class. The ruling is based on precedent as well as common sense. It should boggle the minds of smart, thinking people everywhere why educational institutions sh…
When Racyne Parker takes the stage at the Ross Ragland Theater on Saturday night, she’ll be living her dream.
As the last presidential election approached, one could sense that something was wrong with the polls. The race felt tighter than the polls indicated, and specifically, Joe Biden’s solid lead in the polls felt less solid than the surveys suggested. As they had in 2016, pollsters appeared on …