Waldo Lake and Crater Lake, two of Oregon’s treasured bodies of water, could get additional state protections after action taken by the state Environmental Quality Commission, according to an Oregon Department of Environmental Quality news release.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Some are moving factories out of China. Others are strategically redesigning products. Some are seeking loopholes in trade law or even mislabeling where their goods originate — all with the goal of evading President Donald Trump’s sweeping tariffs on goods from China.
The Gaston Fire District is hosting the first-ever Fire-Up Bootcamp this weekend, an all-female firefighting training camp.
Kassandra Harding, who is getting her final gender reassignment surgery next month, has some thoughts about LGBTQ+ inclusion in Klamath Falls.
In 1997, Family Nurse Practitioner Barbara Bergeron recognized Klamath Basin lacked access to affordable health care services for the underserved.
The workers' union says the late pay has been an issue for decades, and the state has been slow to respond.
LA MONGIE, France (AP) — When the team of Geraint Thomas was in its pomp at the Tour de France, a time trial followed by a big mountain stage would have been playgrounds for Sky — now in new colors as Ineos — to take cycling’s greatest race by the scruff of the neck and leave everyone else f…
WASHINGTON (AP) — White House hopeful Elizabeth Warren is proposing new regulations on the private equity industry, pitching constraints designed to end what she decries as “legalized looting” by investment firms that take over troubled companies.
BEIJING (AP) — Asian stock markets on Thursday followed Wall Street lower after President Donald Trump reignited trade fears by saying he could impose more tariffs on Chinese imports.
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iranians feeling the squeeze from U.S. sanctions targeting the Islamic Republic’s ailing economy are increasingly turning to such digital currencies as Bitcoin to make money, prompting alarm in and out of the country.
Chiloquin’s annual Independence Day Celebration, with the theme “Let Freedom Ring,” was a huge success this year, according to a news release. Floats, bikes, horses, classic cars, motorcycles, a Humvee, Smokey Bear, fire trucks, and patriotism were all on display in the parade. Afterward, ri…
Alky Angels would like to thank the vendors who supported the fifth annual campout that was held June 15. Thanks to your donations, we were able to donate $500 to Klamath-Lake Counties Food Bank, Marta’s House, Klamath Falls Gospel Recovery Center, and suicide prevention at Klamath Basin Beh…