It appears that Oregon Tech administration and its lawyers are fighting to lower the future potential of the occupation of professor at OIT — professors whose product are high-level professionals.
After a full year of lockdowns and social distancing, Americans are understandably eager to once again get back to work and travel this summer. With hopes that economic activity is set to roar back in the wake of the ongoing vaccination drive, last week the House sub-committee on Railroads, …
As faculty at Oregon Tech, I wanted to explain to the community why I voted to authorize a possible strike.
We are having one of the toughest water years in history and it’s looking grim for all of us that make a living by growing and producing food for our nation. It is time to look at innovative ways to do things that benefit the entire Klamath Basin including our farmers, ranchers and wildlife …
VERO BEACH, Fla. — The Dodgers are long gone, having abandoned their onetime spring-training home here a dozen years ago. The snowbirds are flocking north to New Jersey and Michigan as the springtime temperatures soar. But in this season of transition, all eyes suddenly are on Florida.
I am appalled at the actions of professor Don McDonnell and the Oregon Tech faculty senate.
South Suburban Sanitary District has chosen to "comply" with new Oregon DEQ water quality regulations by buying 2,000 acres of prime farmland and proposing to build an 11 mile pipeline along the OC&E Trail, construct large sewage lagoons and spray "class B/C" wastewater on the land.
With outdoor gardening season looming, the Klamath County Library will return its popular gardening trivia series for a final round on April 29, according to a news release.
Open auditions will be held on Sunday, April 25 and Monday, April 26 for the Ross Ragland Theater’s summer community production of “The Pirates of Penzance,” according to a news release.
In recognition of the annual grassroots sci-fi quasi-holiday Star Wars Day, “May the Fourth Be With You,” the Ross Ragland Theater will host three nights of Star Wars films and film-themed games May 4-6, according to a news release.
Klamath County Libraries will provide a six-week series starting April 26 intended to prepare children for kindergarten, according to a Klamath County Libraries news release.
ASHLAND — Oregon Center for the Arts at Southern Oregon University Graduate Piano Student Tiffany Fung has won the first prize of the fifth edition of the Best Rachmaninoff Performance Competition with the piece Variations on a Theme of Corelli, Op. 42, according to a SOU news release.
PLAYA, a nonprofit artist retreat located near Summer Lake in Lake County, is offering multiple art workshops and themed weekends now open for registration, according to a news release.
Pelican Cinema, a Klamath Falls-based movie theater affiliated with Coming Attractions Theaters out of Ashland, has sat dormant for months due to COVID-19 crowd restrictions, but with recent rule changes the theater has reopened to the public once more with film screenings Fridays-Sundays.
A total of 13 short films, 10 of which are nominated for Academy Awards this year, will be presented in a special showcase on Saturday at the Ross Ragland Theater starting at 6 p.m., presented by Klamath Film.
The Ross Ragland Theater’s Science on Screen series, a combination film screening and lecture with related experts, returns on April 18 at 2 p.m. with a showing of the film “Radium Girls” – a true story about women fighting for safe working conditions handling radioactive materials.