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While Daymond Monteith lauds the 100th anniversary of Mills Elementary, the Klamath Falls City Schools operations director also knows well how the school, one of four in the district that is at or near the century mark, needs extensive upgrades.

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TIGARD — Oregon’s state employee pension fund is invested in an Israeli company whose smartphone spyware has been used against dissidents, human rights defenders and journalists by repressive regimes. It’s also invested in two prison companies that run immigrant detention facilities, even th…

Thanksgiving dinner can be overwhelming, especially if you are hosting it at your house. Here are a few ideas to help make preparing the dinner a little easier and lower your budget so you can concentrate on the reason we celebrate Thanksgiving.

Recent revisions revealed that job losses in Klamath County were more pronounced than initially estimated. The county lost more than 600 jobs over the past year. Lake County’s employment situation is largely unchanged, according to a news release from the state of Oregon Employment Department.

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WASHINGTON (AP) — A career Army officer on assignment to President Donald Trump’s National Security Council testified Tuesday he felt it was his duty to object to Trump’s “improper” phone call seeking Ukrainian investigations of U.S. Democrats. Republicans answered him with doubts about his …

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The Coalition of the Willing, a group of about 50 to 60 individuals who represent a wide range of interests related to water in Siskiyou, Modoc, and Klamath counties, has hired a facilitator whose salary is being financed in part by county funds, with pledges made by state and federal entities.

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The Henley High School FFA chapter attended the 92nd annual National FFA Convention this month in Indianapolis, Ind., where members had the opportunity to listen and watch keynote speakers and attend workshops about leadership in agriculture.

A Sunday article, “Bonanza, Merrill up in arms, but are clinics in danger?” reported that the medical clinics’ X-ray machines were “... sometimes used on cows.” Michael Sheets, a registered nurse practitioner with the clinics, denies having told the Herald and News reporter this information.…