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Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) is more than a club. We are a student business organization. FBLA participates in a variety of activities, including state competitions. We excel in community service projects. We even help our younger students learn about business opportunities in t…

Klamath County Library to screen ‘Inseparable’ TuesdayBased on a true story, the film “Inseparable” follows a wealthy businessman, who is paralyzed in an accident, needs to select a personal assistant to help him with daily tasks.

In today’s information age, the average person can empower himself or herself with knowledge like never before. But there is one notable exception: Most Americans have no idea what a health care service costs before they get it. If we expect to lower health care costs, that must change.

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“Savior of the World” is this year’s theme for the annual Snowflake Festival Christmas concerts hosted by the local congregations of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Dec. 6 and 7, according to a news release. The same program will be performed ea…

The Klamath County Libraries are offering more digital checkouts this holiday season through its Hoopla service, according to a news release. Check out up to 10 music albums, movies, comics, ebooks, audiobooks or TV episodes per library card this month through the library’s digital content p…

There has been a clamor for the U.S. government to spend more on research and development. Economic theories such as those of Paul Romer, who won the Nobel prize in 2018, suggest that spending more on R&D would promote long-term economic growth. A growing number of economists also believ…

French President Emmanuel Macron recently declared that “we are experiencing the brain death of NATO.” He made this remark in support of longstanding French policy favoring a more united Europe less dependent for its security on American leadership and protection.

As the decade winds down and we assess how the economy did, two things stand out: productivity growth has been disappointing since the Great Recession and yet economic growth hasn’t been all that bad, compounding at a 2.3% annual rate. But we’ve only been able to manage that level of growth …