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Former Klamath Irrigation District Manager John Wolf was found by a private investigator to have allowed an ongoing unprofessional work environment to develop at the district office, according to documents contained in a lawsuit filed by former KID office specialist Linda Seater against the …

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UPPER KLAMATH LAKE – Two species of Klamath Basin sucker have been dying before they can reach adulthood, and U.S. Sen. Jeff Merkley is showing continued interest in expediting efforts already underway to save the fish species.

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Kai Taipin’s whole family spends a lot of time thinking about pigs. At the Klamath County Fair this year, the Taipin family is showing 10 pigs, and they have 16 more at home.

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Preparation for the Klamath County Fair is no joke. Setting up for this weekend of fun, food, music and exhibitions has been underway for almost a year, and right before it begins, there is an excited and busy – if somewhat frantic – energy buzzing around the fairgrounds.

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Bonanza FFA students open their minds, hearts at national leadership conference. Preparing meals for the needy. Talking to lawmakers. Visiting the graves of soldiers at Arlington Cemetery.

A “one of a kind” livestock show will happen during the upcoming Klamath County Fair. While next week will be busy with the fair, and many local kids participating in showing their 4-H and FFA projects, the focus of the Alternative Stock Show Classic (ASSOC) will be on a different type of “s…