I regret that the equity committee feels discarded by the city council. My intent was to thank them for their hard work.
I was born and raised in Klamath Falls. In my 50 years of life I have fished and hunted this great county, seeing and enjoying some of the best years that this country has seen.
Choice and freedom have responsibilities.
I am writing about the article in the Herald and News, August 17 about the purchasing of Eternal Hills by a family from Klamath Falls.
As the original inhabitants of the Klamath Basin, we were saddened to hear the disrespectful commentary directed at our Spanish-speaking neighbors by Commissioner Donnie Boyd (from our perspective, himself an immigrant) during a recent administrative meeting.
Well, Sunday’s news that the brave President of Afghanistan fled, and the country has fallen to the Taliban, should have come as no surprise to anyone. The Taliban then freed thousands of formerly imprisoned terrorists while thousands of Americans and our supporters are stranded awaiting execution.
So a county commissioner thinks business should be conducted in English.
Our Basin is in flames. Wells that served generations of area families are going dry, and it will take decades of heavy winters to recharged the falling water table.
Thank you to Grant Knoll and Danny Nielsen for going the extra mile by using your personal money and time to keep the plight of the Klamath basin farmers in view locally and nationally.
Fire crews doing hard work without complaint
Visitors will skip Klamath Falls after threats to city official
Fueled by the overprescription of powerful painkillers, the opioid crisis has ravaged Oregon for more than two decades. According to the CDC, this past year saw the highest drug overdose death rate on record, with roughly 90,000 Americans dying in the 12 months to October 2020.