Warmer weather brings an emergence of all the insects that have overwintered in our gardens, yards, and homes.
Liz Parrish, known as “The Iditarod’s Littlest Musher,” died Saturday in a Portland hospital a day before her 63rd birthday.
The Oregon Institute of Technology Board of Trustees expressed their support for university President Nagi Naganathan Tuesday morning, less than a week before the college faces an impending faculty strike.
There is one new COVID-19 related death in Oregon, and the state’s death toll remains at 2,460 because of a data correction from a previously reported death, the Oregon Health Authority reported Tuesday.
A statement from the Oregon Tech Board of Trustees:
Last Tuesday night, before the Klamath County Planning Commission reviewed evidence and public comments related to the South Suburban Sanitary District’s application to apply wastewater biosolids on agricultural lands east of Klamath Falls, Commissioner Kelley Minty Morris asked if anyone wi…
Klamath Community College and Rogue Community College kicked off a partnership that will allow Klamath Basin residents to earn a paramedic degree.
Two Klamath Falls men were charged with attempted murder after they allegedly shot a man and tried to run him over with a vehicle last Thursday.
Firefighters made significant progress Sunday and Monday on the Ponina Fire, which is burning approximately 5 miles north of Beatty.
The Klamath Drainage District began deliveries of water Thursday night after its board voted to operate under a state permit, the legality of which is in question.
Glen Spain, the Northwest regional director for the Pacific Coast Federation of Fishermen’s Associations, is running out of adjectives to describe how bad things have gotten for the West Coast’s salmon fisheries.
Christopher J. Syrnyk, associate professor of communication at Oregon Tech, was received appointed to president of the Western Regional Honors Council.