Everyone knows that tobacco is trouble. It’s the hardest thing in the world to stop. This article is not about that. It is not about making you feel bad for using tobacco, or berating you, or being yet another nagging voice to ask you to quit.
Dancing With The Stars isn’t just for television. On Friday, May 12, some of Klamath Falls’ best-known community members will transform into professional dancers on stage for the Ross Ragland Theater’s annual fundraiser.
Share the love of chocolate this Mother’s Day at Bliss Yoga and Wellness.
Those looking for a doggone good time this Mother’s Day weekend might want to try the Klamath County Fairgrounds.
Coming Attractions Theatres is partnering with the Cinema Foundation to help moviegoers celebrate a day at the movies with discounted admissions to kick-off National Cinema Day on Saturday, Sept. 3.
Ka’ila Farrell-Smith will be available for a meet-and-greet session this weekend, the final weekend of her exhibit at the Favell Museum.
The Ragland Comedy Night series continues at the Ross Ragland Theater this month with a show by Chris Kattan.
The Klamath Spinners and Weavers group will be bringing its work to the Klamath Art Gallery during September.
HILDEBRAND — Steam engines and antique farm equipment will be put to work for two days of living history at the annual Hildebrand Threshing Bee over Labor Day weekend.
Watch With Us is a column for the Limelighter section in which the staff of the Herald & News will share with all of you what we’re watching, how we’re watching it and why we’re watching. We hope readers enjoy this little insight into who we are. We would also love to receive suggestions…
When I first came to Klamath Falls about three months ago, I decided that I wanted to do everything I could to experience the city and its culture through its bars and restaurants and by attending every evening and weekend event that I could fit into my schedule.
If you’re anything like me, you’ve seen the electric scooters sitting around town, sometimes on sidewalks, often situated on or near Main Street. And if you’re anything like me, you’ve never tried to actually ride one before.
Two more cattle deaths have been confirmed as being caused by the Rogue Wolf Pack, according to the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife.
Ed Silling approached the Klamath Falls City Council with a brown paper bag in his hand. He removed his mask and spoke into the microphone with a calm, steady voice. He was not the first that evening to protest the addition of a fighter jet to Veterans Memorial Park in Klamath Falls. He was …
The Klamath Independent Film Festival, now in its 10th year, is coming to town once more to showcase made-in-Oregon films.
Expand your horizons with the downtown Klamath County Library’s Summer Documentary & Discussion Series as the series wraps up with a screening of "Attica" at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 23.
Across Klamath County, readers are uniting as a community to read and discuss a book together: “How to Read the Constitution and Why” by former Assistant U.S. Attorney Kim Wehle.
Get on your favorite outfit and hit the town for a Broadway Classic: The Ross Ragland Film Series will present “Kinky Boots” at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 23.
There is still time to see artwork by Fran Belcastro Dearborn.
Listen With Us is a column for the Limelighter section in which the staff of the Herald & News will share with all of you what we’re listening to and how we’re turning in. We hope readers enjoy this little insight into who we are. We would also love to receive suggestions on what we shou…
Henley High School senior dies, presumed drowned
Top-seeded Henley gets stung in Class 4A state softball finale, losing 16-0 to The Dalles
Top-seeded Henley edges Pendleton 11-10 in eight innings, reaches Class 4A state softball title game
Lane closures planned for Graduation Sensation
Dotson, Ryan Allen