Editor’s note: This is the second of a three-part series regarding Klamath County tourism: Part 1: The value of tourism to Klamath County ran Sunday, June 16; Part 2: Tourism funding at a crossroads (today); Part 3: Funding tourism for results (June 30).
On Thursday, June 27, representatives from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission will be at the Klamath County Fairgrounds to take community comments on the proposed Pacific Connector Pipeline, which would run fracked gas from the Malin through a 100-foot-wide clearcut through Klamath Cou…
At a recent House Energy and Commerce hearing, Rep. Greg Walden, R-Ore., emphasized that patients follow the rules, pay their premiums, and then through no fault of their own, following an emergency, receive a surprise bill.
If New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez had referred to southern border detention centers as “concentration camps” while making clear she understood that the term predated the Holocaust, that it is rooted in a complex history dating back to the Boer War, this would be a different editorial.
In 2021, four large dams on the Klamath River are due to be demolished, in part to revive the river and Klamath Basin salmon.
Politics is rarely pure and simple. Senate Bill 761, however, is an exception. It is purely and simply an attempt to hobble Oregon’s vaunted initiative process.
One of the biggest concerns in recent decades has been the “hollowing out” of middle-wage, middle-skill jobs. Employment at the low and high ends of the income scale has risen faster, and many jobs that have traditionally supported the middle class have suffered by comparison, with ramificat…
High school track star Rosalie Fish is a class act. At the recent Class 1B meet at Eastern Washington University, she ran not only to win but to share a message about the unacceptable violence that Native American women face every day.
The National Popular Vote (NPV) is rolling across the U.S. Although the popular vote initiative sounds reasonable on its surface, the devil is in the details. The NCSL (National Conference of State Legislators) website states:
iQor call center in Klamath Falls may not shut down on Aug. 30 — putting 300 people out of work — if it is able to secure a new contract for work at the center that sits up in the Tech Hills complex just north of town.