Rocky Point Fire and EMS Department invites everyone to attend its 38th annual barbecue, flea market, bake sale and auction, set for 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. The event takes place at the Rocky Point fire hall on Rocky Point Road, just north of Highway 140 West between Klamath Falls and Medford.
The Ross Ragland Theater will celebrate its upcoming 30th Anniversary, “Season Launch Party” at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 24.
Heart of the Basin Quilters & Needle Arts Guild invites the community to its upcoming 2019 “Quilts from the Heart” Quilt Show.
Open auditions for a large cast of the Linkville Players’ upcoming production of Thornton Wilder’s drama “Our Town,” directed by Barbara M. DiIaconi, will be on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, July 21, 22 and 23, in the Linkville Playhouse, 201 Main St., according to a news release
Sacred Heart Catholic Church will present the concert, “Music For A Summer’s Eve” at 6 p.m. Sunday, July 28, featuring Suzanne Jensen Stewart, one the Basin’s most talented pianists, and Matthew Hoffman, the director of music and organist at Sacred Heart, another of the Basin’s very talented…
Bill Currier, chairman of the Oregon Republican Party, wants to recall Gov. Kate Brown, a Democrat. If Brown showed contempt for limits of the state constitution by abusing her power as governor, who would be against recalling her?
While San Francisco’s recent ban on e-cigarettes has been making national headlines, the truth is that vape shops nationwide are in danger of being forced out of business by federal bureaucrats. This could push more people back to smoking traditional cigarettes.
A couple of months ago, Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins came to Washington to discuss all things lunar. As in a little moon talk, if you will — the good, the bad ... and the scary.
Rarely has a minor consumer product received more vilification than the plastic straw. As a symbol of human wastefulness and our careless disregard for the environment, straws are the near-perfect villain.
The 80th Oregon Legislative Assembly’s 2019 Regular Session finally came to a rumbling halt on the constitutional day of adjournment, Sunday, June 30. It reminded me of a run-away, “tax and spend” freight train finally hitting a concrete barrier.