Gadge Riffle carefully put the seedling in the hole and covered it with dirt before packing the ground around the new tree with his feet.
BARNES VALLEY — From the time he was a young boy Warren Taylor wanted to be a rancher. As he puts it, “Ever since I was a little kid, I knew I was going to have a ranch. That’s all I ever wanted to do.”
Oregon Sen. Jeff Merkley announced provisions in bills coming out of the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Agriculture and Rural Development that will impact Oregon and its rural communities Thursday and briefed Oregon media outlets on local affects.
Building on the spring hike series, The Nature Conservancy and Medford District Bureau of Land Management are sponsoring three educational hikes in late September and early October, according to a news release.
CRATER LAKE – Crater Lake National Park, in partnership with Discover Klamath, will host the second of this year’s Ride the Rim days from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 21, according to a news release. East Rim Drive from North Junction to Park Headquarters will be closed to motorized vehi…
Registration is available for a Bureau of Land Management (BLM) National Public Lands Day project at the Wood River Wetland Sept. 28, according to a news release.
A survey of people living on the street underscored Portland’s need for an alternative to police responding to low-level 911 calls — but who those first responders will be remains up in the air.
Even though it won’t be in October, the Klamath Basin Oktoberfest in the Bavarian tradition of celebrating the fall harvest will be held for just one day from 2 to 9 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 21, at the Bill Collier Community Ice Arena at Running Y Ranch Resort.
Week after week, the Rev. Todd Peperkorn listens as pastors talk — in private — about people wrestling with loneliness, depression and urges to commit suicide.
Oregon Department of Education released assessment scores for school districts across the state on Thursday, including Klamath County and Klamath Falls City School Districts.
Oregon schools recorded their poorest performance in the five-year history of Oregon’s current reading, writing and math tests this spring, registering year-over-year declines in every grade level and among nearly every demographic group, scores released Thursday show.