Nothing changes in water crisis, lawyers keep getting
Forest Service needs to solve toilet problems at Great Meadow
Recently a letter was printed begrudging a farmer's use of water to grow hay on "high desert" ground.
I want to thank Sally Wells for her letter and join in the sentiment. We are in for a long, hot summer of fires, political rhetoric and labeling those we disagree with as something other than human beings. We need to keep the conversation rational and level-headed on all sides. All of us wan…
The highly publicized infrastructure bill is being beaten around in Congress. It doesn’t seem to be nearing approval any time soon. Why? Well, for starters this nation’s highest level of government can’t even agree on what constitutes infrastructure. The English language can be confusing, bu…
Firstly, I want express my gratitude to the Herald and News for printing, and to Alex Schwartz for his fine research, writing and reporting, the front-page articles of June 4-5. Our local paper, its editor and reporters are providing us with needed excellent journalism.
All of Southern Oregon is experiencing drought. TID Water in Jackson County is due to be cut off early this year as well as in other parts of Southern Oregon. The fight against climate change and the allocation of irrigation water in Klamath County is not “about fish” as stated by Congressma…
Family appreciates support of community
Neglect at Eternal Hills has gone on for too long
News flash for People’s Rights Oregon: You are not the only folks with rights. First of all, rights are inherent for all people.
Again, tribal rights are violated. Local government failed to protect Klamath Lake and associated Native rights. Local government fails to protect Native water rights. Klamath County land that lay fallow is now green with crops.
The Center for Disease Control continues to gravely mismanage the response to COVID. This huge organization, with over 10,000 employees and a budget exceeding $6.5 billion, continues to needlessly prolong the COVID crisis.
On behalf of Klamath Union High School, I would like to thank several local health agencies for supporting our students and staff to remain safe and healthy throughout this challenging school year.
On May 7, the Klamath County Board of Commissioners, Modoc County Board of Supervisors, and Siskiyou County Board of Supervisors held a special, joint public meeting, the first of its kind within memory of anyone in attendance.
Money. That’s what this boils down to?
In a recent letter, a few landowners in the Reeder Road area stated some “facts.” Well, they didn’t give you all the facts, so let me add to their list.
When you look at the candidates for the Klamath County School Board please consider their experience, their record, and their knowledge about what is best for our kids.
I am supporting Laura Blair for the position of KCSD School Board member for Zone 2. She has experience in our rural education system both as a teacher and an administrator. She has worked for several superintendents and watched the way our district has had to evolve during various crises.