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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.

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Oregon’s seven public universities’ bargaining team responded Wednesday morning to a vote earlier in the week by the universities’ classified staff to authorize a strike should negotiations Sept. 23 and 24 not accomplish the workers’ goals, with university negotiators expressing disappointme…

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The Oregon Department of State Lands has delayed the decision for a construction permit for the Jordan Cove pipeline project for a second time.

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The second annual Breaking the Silence: A Community Journey Every Day — Supporting our Military Heroes will bring support services and family fun to Veterans Memorial Park Sunday afternoon in hopes of connecting veterans and military families with resources.

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation Wednesday announced Heather Tramp, executive director of the Klamath County Chamber of Commerce graduated from its premier business leadership program, according to a news release. The inaugural Business Leads Fellowship Program trai…

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The local chapter of Oregon’s public universities’ classified workers union voted Monday and Tuesday to give leadership the power to strike should another mediated bargaining session on Sept. 23 and 24 not meet the SEIU’s expectations after months of negotiating.

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It may seem counterintuitive, but the value of fall tree planting is one of horticulture’s best kept secrets. There are a variety of reasons to consider fall planting of trees and shrubs, some of which are even more important in the Klamath Basin, where hot, dry summers create especially dif…

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Klamath Falls Fish and Wildlife biologist Akimi King has won the 2019 Pacific Southwest Region’s Sense of Wonder Award. King was recognized for her long-term work with the Connecting People with Nature initiative, her high quality environmental education programming, and her efforts to educa…

The weather is beginning to cool down, the midges are finally starting to dissipate, the leaves are beginning to fall, and there isn’t as much daylight – fall will be here within a week! Here are some tips to use in getting ready for fall that won’t break your budget.